Through his official Twitter account, Hiro Mashima confirmed that the manga Edens Zero will be adapted to anime. Details about this production will be revealed in issue # 28 of the magazine Weekly Shonen Magazine from the publisher Kodansha, scheduled for June 17.
EDENS ZERO is getting an anime release!- 真 島 ヒ ロ (@hiro_mashima) June 12, 2020
Stay tuned for incoming updates! pic.twitter.com/WI1KQ8ZbDn
Additionally, the series will also feature prominently on the cover of the aforementioned magazine and the front page in color. Mashima publishes the manga in the magazine Weekly Shonen Magazine from the publisher Kodansha since June 2018. The publisher published the ninth compilation volume on April 17 and the work is being officially published in more than six languages.
Mashima is perhaps most recognized for being the author of the manga Fairy Tail, which he published in the Kodansha publishing house Weekly Shonen Magazine between August 2006 and July 2017, with a total of 63 published compilation volumes.
Synopsis of Edens Zero
Shiki's life as the only human to inhabit the planet Granbell, a huge robot-controlled amusement park, is altered with the arrival of Rebecca and her cat Happy. After fleeing together due to a robot rebellion, they set off on an adventure-ridden interstellar journey to search for Mother, a colossal female entity who knows the whole truth about the mighty Shiki.
Source: Official Twitter Account
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