Edens Zero Season 2 Releases Main Visual

Edens Zero Season 2 Releases Main Visual

Second season of Eden Zero has received a major visual depicting Shiki Granbell, Rebecca Bluegarden, Drakken Joe, and Element 4.

Element 4 was previously previewed in a trailer released on February 14.

Eden Zero Season 2 will premiere in Japan on April 1 (effective April 2 at 12:55 JST). The first season will premiere in Japan in April 2021; Netflix released the first 12 episodes internationally in August and the remaining 13 in November.

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Eden Zero is an adaptation of the manga by Fairy tail‘S Hiro Mashimawhich began in 2018 and has 24 tankoubon volumes as of December 2022. This manga is serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine and published under the Kodansha Comics label.

Kodansha USA describes the manga as:

In the Granbell Kingdom, an abandoned amusement park, Shiki has lived his entire life among machines. But one day, Rebecca and her cat friend Happy appeared at the park’s front gate. Little do these newcomers know that this is the first human contact Granbell has had in a hundred years! As Shiki stumbles into making new friends, his former neighbor awakens the opportunity for a robo-rebellion… And when his old homeland becomes too dangerous, Shiki must join Rebecca and Happy on their spaceship and escape into the boundless cosmos.

Including staff returning from Season 1 Shinji Ishihira as the main director, Mitsutaka Hirota as series composer, Yurika Sako as character designer, and Shunya Kikuchi as sub-character designer. Toshinori Watanabe (Teppen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!: Laughed to tears) replaces the late one Yuuji Suzuki as director. JCStaff is an animation production company.

Meanwhile, the returning cast is included Takuma Terashima as Shiki Granbel, Mikako Komatsu as Rebecca Bluegarden, and Rie Kugimiya as Happy, Hiromichi Tezuka as Weisz, Shiori Izawa as Pinos, Shiki Aoki as homura, Taiten Kusunoki as Drakken, and Honoka Inoue as xiaomi. Element 4 voice cast included Taku Yashiro as Lagoon, Rumi Ookubo as Sylphs, Toshiki Masuda as Fie, and Atsushi Imaruoka as Daichi.


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