February 15, 2023
It has long been known that the anime adaptation of Eden's Zero will have a second season. A new trailer has meanwhile revealed the concrete start date on Japanese TV.
The second season of Edens Zero will therefore premiere on April 1, 2023 on Japanese television. The new trailer (see below) gives a first glimpse into the upcoming adventure of Rebecca, Shiki and Co.
The 25-episode first season of Edens Zero was created by Studio JC Staff under the direction of Yūshi Suzuki, who died in 2021, and ran on Japanese TV from April to October 2021. In Germany, all episodes are available to stream on Netflix. It is not yet clear when the streaming giant will add the second season to its catalogue.
Edens Zero is based on the manga series of the same name by Fairy Tail mangaka Hiro Mashima, which has been published in Weekly Shōnen Magazine in Japan since 2018 and has 22 tankōbon volumes to date. In German-speaking countries, Carlsen Manga has published 15 volumes in German so far.
> Watch the series on Netflix
This is what Eden's Zero is about:
It is the year X492, an age when humans travel freely throughout the universe. Rebecca, a video creative B-Cuber, visits the robotic world of Granbell and meets a young man with special powers: Shiki, who has spent his entire life among machines. Soon Shiki explores the cosmos with Rebecca, encounters new places, people and things and makes friends along the way.
Source : Twitter Images: © 2018 Hiro Mashima, Kodansha Ltd.
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