With a spectacular new poster for the upcoming episodes, Edens Zero fans are getting pumped for the highly anticipated return of the anime series next year! After Hiro Mashima’s most recent manga series’ first season of anime adaptation came to a close last year, it was swiftly announced that a second season will be airing. After the first season’s director passed away, there was some uncertainty as to whether or not that would still be the case, but shortly, viewers will be able to watch Edens Zero Season 2.
Hiro Mashima is promoting the next episodes of the anime with a unique new poster that was published in the pages of the most recent issue of Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine as the second season of the show is ready to be released next Spring. This latest artwork from the creator not only gives us a nice look at the cast but also excites many of the names we will get to witness in Edens Zero Season 2.
The anticipated plot of the anime
Edens Zero is set in a world where magic, technology, and the cosmos all interact, and it centers on two main characters named Rebecca Bluegarden and Shiki. The two species, Humans and Machines, coexist, but there are factions on each side that view the other as inferior and have imprisoned them.
In the Kingdom of Granbell, Shiki has spent his entire life surrounded by machines. He was given up for adoption at birth and even received instruction in using ether gear from his “grandfather,” a machine. Contrarily, Rebecca is a budding B-Cuber who aspires to be the best on the platform with her humorous videos and her cat, Happy.
A long-abandoned amusement park at Granbells is found during one of her explorations, and she immediately sets out to film her next viral video there. A socially awkward individual who has never interacted with a human is the next person she meets. Rebbeca, Shiki, and Happy are forced to return to the Sakura Cosmo after getting to know each other because it appears that the equipment on Granbell is having trouble.
It’s difficult to predict the fate of the upcoming series because Rebecca and Shiki encountered new allies when they set out on their explorations of the Sakura Cosmos. Even so, it appears that the anime has faithfully adapted the manga, allowing manga readers to enjoy the show without the dreaded filler episodes that plague the majority of anime.
The forthcoming new season will feature many twists and secrets, and anime lovers can anticipate the same amount of action as the prequel. And that is all there is to know about Edens Zero Season 2.
Edens Zero Season 2 Release date
For fresh episodes of the cosmic anime series, fans have been waiting since last fall. The Edens Zero Season 2 release date on Netflix has finally been revealed. The second season’s premiere will take place in April of next year, although we do not yet know the precise release date.
The sequel is once more being produced at Studio J.C. Staff, although this time Toshinori Watabe (Tokyo Ghoul: re) is directing instead of Shinji Ishihara (Fairy Tail). Takes over the series composition is Mitsutaka Hirota (Bakumatsu Rock).
The content template continues to be taken from Hiro Mashima’s manga of the same name. You probably recognize the name, which is understandable. Additionally, one of the most popular manga series ever, Fairy Tail, was created by Mashima. The series, which had been regularly published for more than eleven years and had sold over 72 million copies worldwide, came to an end in July 2017.
How many episodes will be there in season 2?
It’s not yet known if Edens Zero season 2 will have a full 25-episode run like the predecessor. When the material is available, we’ll try to update this area with a complete listing of Eden Zero Season 2 episodes.
What are the Makers up to?
Shinji Ishihara and Yasuhiro Watabe will serve as the season’s directors, Koki Hirota will be tasked with series composition, and Yurika Sako will assume the position of the character designer. JC Staff will return to animation duties for the season. While a third season of the manga has not yet been confirmed, there is still plenty of material for the anime adaptation to cover as the printed story doesn’t seem to be coming to a close anytime soon thanks to creator Hiro Mashima. The manga first debuted in 2018 within the pages of Shonen Jump.
Voice cast of the anime
The following voice actors are currently part of Edens Zero’s voice cast and will help launch the second season:
- Takuma Terashima as Shiki
- Mikako Komatsu as Rebecca
- Mitsuo Iwata as Takao
- Honoka Inoue as Xiaomei
- Daisuke Kusunoki as Drakken
- Rie Kugimiya as Happy
- Hiromichi Tezuka as Wise
- Kiyono Yasuno as Witch
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