The anime on Edens Zero, by the Mangaka Hiro Mashima, known for Fairy Tail, Rave Maker, and Monster Hunter Orage, has been awaited by fans since the end of Fairy Tail.
Major details and a trailer on the Edens Zero anime, containing original artwork from Hiro, have been released.
Edens Zero Season 1 is coming to Netflix in 2021. J.C. Staff will direct the anime, and Nippon T.V. will begin its broadcast on 11th April 2021 in Japan.
When Will the Anime Premiere?
Considering that Nippon TV will broadcast the anime from 11th April, and the fact that the series will be distributed exclusively by Netflix worldwide, except in Japan. It would be safe to assume that there will be a delay.
The anime series will come on Netflix only around the later part of 2021 (October, November, or December).
The cast for only the Japanese dubs has been confirmed, while the English dub has no confirmation yet.
- Tokuma Terashima, from The Time I Got Reincarnated As a Slime, Ultimate Taiga, etc., as Shiki Granbell.
- Mikako Komatsu, known for her work in The Garden of Words and Nisekoi as Rebecca Bluegarden.
- Shiki Aoki from High Rise Invasion as Homura Kougetsa.
- Hiromichi Tezuka, well-known for his work in One Punch Man as Weisz Steiner.
- Rie Kugimiya, known for FMA: Brotherhood, Fairy Tail: Priestess of the Phoenix, and Jujutsu Kaisen as Happy, the Cat.
- Shiori Izawa of Made in Abyss and Sword Art Online as E.M. Pino.
- Sayaka Ohara, seen in Code Geass and Your Name as Elsie Crimson.
- Houchuu Ootsuka from Demon Slayer as Ziggy.
- Kikuko Inoue as Mother.
Fans are still waiting to hear about the English dubs. We will provide you with the latest reports and any news of the series right here.
Edens Zero Episode Count
There is no information regarding how many episodes Edens Zero’s first season will have. However, looking at past trends with Fairy Tail, it would be safe to assume that the range is between 24 and 48 episodes in the first season of Edens Zero.
Edens Zero Plot Summary
In the distant future, humans have conquered the stars. Special technology, powered by ether energy, is used to survive in this world and to travel across the universe between multiple planets. One such planet is Granbell Kingdom, the inhabitants of which are numerous animatronics and robots and a young boy, Shiki.
After hundreds of years, he encounters his first human, Rebecca, exploring with her cat, Happy. Due to the dangers of remaining in the Granbell Kingdom, Shiki joins them to travel the cosmos, searching for the creator of the universe, Mother.
Like with any other adaptation, fans wonder whether or not the anime will live up to the manga. To find out, we will have to wait patiently until the anime premiers. Until then, you can read the manga on Crunchyroll.