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What is Edens Zero about?

Hiro Mashima’s Edens Zero (stylized as EDENS ZERO) is a Japanese science fiction manga series that he wrote and drew. Since June 2018, it has been serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shnen Magazine, with chapters compiled into fifteen tankbon volumes as of May 2021.

Shiki Granbell is a little boy who goes on a journey through planets aboard the titular spaceship in quest of a cosmic goddess known as “Mother.” The manga is available in six different languages on Crunchyroll, Comixology, and Amazon Kindle, and Kodansha USA has licensed the series for English publication in North America through Crunchyroll, Comixology, and Amazon Kindle. J.C.Staff developed an anime television series adaption, which premiered in April 2021. Konami has also announced a video game adaption.

Setting

Edens Zero is set in a hypothetical spacefaring cosmos populated by intelligent robots, aliens, and humans. The universe is broken into smaller “cosmoses,” with the Sakura Cosmos acting as the series’ starting point. The majority of planets and locales include futuristic features, some of which are mixed with classic fantasy.

Various cosmic beings inhabit the world, including cyborg dragons that swarm in Dragonfall, a sector bordering the Sakura Cosmos, and the Chronophage, a creature that devours planets and permanently rewinds their time, generating alternate histories without producing temporal paradoxes.

Plot Summary

Shiki Granbell is a human Ether Gear user who lives on Granbell, a barren theme park world in the Sakura Cosmos, amidst robots. Two space-traveling B-Cubers, Rebecca Bluegarden and her robotic cat companion Happy, pay a visit to the park one day, and Shiki befriends them as they make movies for their internet account, Aoneko Channel.

The three set off to explore the world in quest of Mother, the mythical goddess of the cosmos who is claimed to fulfill any request, after the park’s robots forced them off the planet to rescue Shiki from being stuck before their batteries died.