Sci-Fi Anime ‘Edens Zero’ Renewed For Second Season


‘Edens Zero’ is a science fiction manga written and illustrated by the creator of ‘Fairy Tail’ Hiro Mashima. Published through Kodansha, the series was picked up by the Japanese animation studio J.C.Staff for an anime adaption which was streamed to North American audiences on Netflix. The first season consisted of twenty-five episodes, following the main character Shiki as he and his shipmates search for “Mother,” a space spirit.

Fans of the show are in for some excitement, as Tokyo Otaku Mode News reports that the anime has been confirmed for a second season. While there is no release date as of the writing of this article, the team behind the show released a promotional poster along with the announcement.


You can watch the trailer for the show below:

MyAnimeList describes the synopsis as follows,


“All his life, Shiki has been surrounded by machines. At Granbell Kingdom, a long-abandoned amusement park, he is the only one of his kind around. That is, until Rebecca Bluegarden and her feline companion Happy arrive, unaware that they are Granbell’s first visitors in one hundred years. Their goal is to make fun videos for their B-Cube channel, but what they find instead is a friend in the socially awkward Shiki.

When Granbell becomes too dangerous for the three of them, they set off on an adventure through the Sakura Cosmos. They hope to make more interesting videos and even find the elusive goddess Mother, while Shiki wants to make more friends, spurred on by the words of his late grandfather. Of course, the journey will not be easy, as no one has seen Mother before, but Shiki is determined to reach his goal and explore the boundless reaches of space together with his new friends.”

‘Edens Zero’ has also been adapted as an RPG video game through Konami.

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