Edens Zero maker Hiro Mashima has celebrated the manga’s third anniversary with special new art! The Kodansha published series may have quite recently made its full anime adaptation debut recently as a feature of the Spring 2021 anime schedule, yet it’s been running in the pages of Weekly Shonen Magazine since June 2018. With the manga as of late hitting its third anniversary of full serialization, series maker Hiro Mashima (who knows some things about long serialization runs with series like Fairy Tail) celebrated the monumental moment with much a similar style he’s been praising significant achievements hitherto.
Mashima has been commending significant achievements for Edens Zero’s anime run with uncommon portrayals praising each character’s presentation as the weeks proceed, however the most current sketch imparted to fans on Twitter is in festival of the manga itself for its third anniversary as of this June. It’s a charming glance at the focal cast of characters as they plan to take on the following period of their experiences all through space.
Edens Zero’s anime has been proceeding through the Summer 2021 anime season for its second cour, yet before long fans outside of Japan will actually want to watch Mashima’s most up to date anime for themselves in the not so distant future. Netflix has affirmed that Edens Zero will start streaming worldwide on August 26th with both the first Japanese sound and English named discharges accessible upon dispatch. It’s yet to be affirmed the number of scenes it will make a big appearance with, nonetheless.
They officially describe the series as such, “It is the year X492, an age in which people freely travel through the universe. Rebecca, a video-creating B-Cuber, visits the robotic world of Granbell and meets a young man with special powers: Shiki, who’s lived his entire life among machines. Soon Shiki is exploring the cosmos with Rebecca, encountering new places, people and things, and making friends along the way. Join in the adventure starting in 2021 on Netflix.”