On the official site for the animated adaptation of the manga written and illustrated by Hiro Mashima, Eden's Zeroa new promotional image of the project was published. The statement also confirmed that the series was scheduled to premiere in Japan next April 10.

Mashima publishes the manga in the magazine Weekly Shonen Magazine from the publisher Kodansha since June 2018. The publisher released the twelfth compilation volume on October 16 and will publish the thirteenth on January 15 in Japan.

The work also inspires two video games developed by Konami, revealed during the event Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online in September 2020, with the former being described as a 3D action RPG for consoles and the latter being described as an RPG for smartphones. More details will be announced in the future.


  • Takuma Terashima as Shiki Granbell.
  • Mikako komatsu as Rebecca Bluegarden.
  • Rie Kugimiya so happy.

Production team

  • Shinji Ishihara ((fairy tale, Log horizon) will be the chief anime director in the studios JCSTAFFwhile Yuushi Suzuki ((fairy tale) will serve as director.
  • Mitsutaka Hirota ((Zoids wild, Kanojo Okarishimasu) is responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • Yurika Sato ((Shokugeku no Souma) is responsible for the character design.

Eden's Zero Synopsis

In Granbell Kingdom, an abandoned amusement park, Shiki lived among machines all his life. But one day Rebecca and her cat companion Happy appear in front of the park gates. Little do these newcomers know that this is the first human contact Granbell has had in a hundred years!

While Shiki stumbles on his way to make new friends, his old neighbors stir on the occasion of a robot uprising ... And when his old home becomes too dangerous, Shiki must join Rebecca and Happy in their spaceship and flee into the cosmos without limits .

Source: Comic Natalie

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