Edens Zero Hypes Season 2’s ‘Aoi Cosmos’ Arc with a Stellar Trailer

‘Edens Zero’ adapts Hiro Mashima’s popular manga about a boy who was raised by robots and subsequently jets into outer space for adventures with an influencer girl and her talking cat. The series addresses serious issues such as oppression and the divide between humans and robots, death, loss, and many others.

Edens Zero’s season 1 premiere, which was a J.C. Staff production, unintentionally laid the groundwork for an intriguing second part or season. With the release of episode 12 of Season 2 the series has completed its first cour but worry not as Edens Zero is here to stay.

On Wednesday, the official Twitter account for Hiro Mashima’s Edens Zero television anime revealed new cast members and the “Aoi Cosmos” arc trailer for the next cours (quarter of a year) of the second season. Tani Yuuki’s new opening theme song “Kaibutsu” is also featured in the video.

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The trailer gives the viewers an idea of what to expect from the second part of the season, as it showcases the adversary that Shiki and his friends will battle against.

The first half of Edens Zero Season 2 covered the gruesome Belial Gore arc, while the second half will begin the Aoi Cosmos Saga, beginning with the manga’s Red Cave arc, which covers chapters 105-111 (Volume 13). 

The main staff of the series is also expected to return for the second part of season 2. The trailer also reveals the new cast members, which are as follows:

CharactersCastOther Works
NeroTakaya HashiMukade (Bleach)
ShuraKenichi SuzumuraLavi (D.Gray-Man)
XenolithKazuhiko InoueOboro (Gintama)

‘Eden’s Zero’ has already proven to be a worthy successor to Fairy Tail. That might be due to how Mashima had a plan for where he wanted to take the series. But with the new arc, it seems like ‘Edens Zero’ is determined to shake up the anime industry.

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About Edens Zero

Edens Zero is a Japanese science fiction manga series written and illustrated by Hiro Mashima. It has been serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine, into fourteen tankōbon volumes as of March 2021.

At the Granbell Kingdom, Shiki has lived his entire life among machines, in an abandoned amusement park. But one day, Rebecca and her cat companion Happy appear at the park’s front gates.

Little do they know that this is the first human contact Granbell has had in a hundred years! As Shiki stumbles his way into making new friends, his former neighbors stir at an opportunity for a robot-rebellion.

When his old homeland becomes too dangerous, Shiki must join Rebecca and Happy on their spaceship and escape into the boundless cosmos.

Aaheli Pradhan

Aaheli Pradhan

A grandma by heart who loves to knit, sketch, and swing in parks. Binge-reads a massive amount of manga from psychological to shounen-ai. Either awkward or salty, there's no in-between.


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