Edens Zero Chapter 241 Review/Recap When we last left off with Edens Zero, things had taken a turn for the strange. The Muller was not only back, but in this reality, he … Continue Reading Ride of the Space Valkyrie!
Edens Zero Chapter 208 Review/Recap End of the line, Dead End Crow! That’s all I really have to say about this chapter. Recap Thanks to Kleene being saved by Laguna, the jammer … Continue Reading End of the Line, Dead End Crow!
Edens Zero Chapter 207 Review/Recap Last chapter, we learned two big pieces of information regarding the antagonists. Firstly, Pino revealed that Ziggy hacked into her CPU and unwittingly used it … Continue Reading Cure, I Don’t Care About Your Stupid Reasons!
Edens Zero Chapter 199 Recap/Review Okay, so the Edens Zero manga hasn’t been that interesting for the last few chapters. For a while, it looked like the good guys lost against the … Continue Reading Well, That Was an Interesting Plot Twist!
Edens Zero Chapter 198 Review/Recap When we first met her, I knew I’d like Sister Ivry. Despite dressing like a Nun, she’s loud, crass, and probably the best example of … Continue Reading Sister Is Clown’s Worst Nightmare!!
Edens Zero Chapter 196 & Chapter 197 So, for whatever reason, last week, the website that I usually read Edens Zero off of failed to produce the weekly chapter. As a result, … Continue Reading Sorry for the Delay, But New Edens Zero Now!
Two days have passed since the loss of Witch, and the crew of Edens is still trying to cope with her death.
What do you do when you’re an evil robotic overlord who wants to make robots the masters of the universe? You start a war, turn everyone against your kind, and then wait for the robots to flock to your side while the other side reacts like you expect. That’s basically a summary of what Demon King Ziggy’s done in the Aoi Cosmos. As a result, Shura, the bloodthirsty son of the ruler of the Aoi Cosmos, plans to wipe out all machines. And the only ones who can stop the madness are Shiki and the Edens Zero. But getting to Shura will require a trip to a certain desert planet, and seeking out an oasis from Laguna’s past.
Our adventures on the planet Red Cave came to an end last week, but we learned a lot of new info. There are relics scattered across the universe that are filled with Mother’s Ether. Collect the Ether, and it can lead the way to Mother. It’s simple on paper, but nothing ever goes that simple in a story. Also, remember how I said that Shiki may end up angering Nero, the ruler of the Aoi Cosmos? I fear that we may be building up to just that.
Firstly, I’m sorry that this post is late, but the website that updates the chapters was slow this week. Secondly, when I heard that the planet of Red Cave was supposed to be a fire planet, I called it ironic due to its abundance of water. However, I know that Mashima was just messing with us. That he’d show us why Red Cave’s a fire planet. And as we watch Shiki and the others face their biggest hurdle yet, we see that this was an accurate classification.
Last week, we saw the absolute lowest in Edens Zero give way to an unexpected hope. As Rebecca despaired over Shiki’s death and the loss of her friends, her Ether Gear suddenly activated! Next thing we know, she’s back on the ship as Shiki’s about to leave for Belial Goer. In my last post, I had hypothesized that Rebecca’s Gear returned her to the past. Now it’s confirmed. The counterattack begins!
Normally I try to keep these review/recaps as shirt as possible. For this one though, I feel that would be a disservice to the subject. So, I’m going to talk about the deus ex machina Mashima pulled in the latest chapter of Edens Zero.
I heard somewhere that the hallmark of a good story is it’s ability to make you feel certain emotions. You laugh when the characters are having fun, you cry when they’re suffering, and you whoop in jubilation at their triumphs. As of today, let there be no doubt that Hiro Mashima’s made a great story with Edens Zero. And this chapter was a tearjerker.
There comes a point in many stories or arcs where the hero hits rock bottom. Where things are at their absolute bleakest. As of this chapter, I think I can say that Edens Zero has become the rock. Rock, meet bottom.
Normally I have some sort of introduction for these manga chapter reviews. Today, however, I have nothing. The reason why I have nothing is because I’m stumped at the name of the latest chapter of Edens Zero: “60-Day Commemorative Coin”. What kind of title is that, Mashima?
I’ve read most of Hiro Mashima’s works as a mangaka before. As a result, I think I can recognize a lot of recurring tropes his creations. Firstly, he likes doing a lot of fan service. However, there’s another trope that he’s used in most of his stories. What is it, you may ask? It’s where the main female lead has some big reveal about her past that will have an effect on the story going forward. I’m only bringing this up because that’s exactly what happens to Rebecca in this new chapter of Edens Zero.