Edens Zero Chapter 204 Review/Recap Just when we thought that Edens Zero seemed to be losing its edge, Hiro Mashima pulls out this trump card: Ziggy is Shiki from 20,000 years in … Continue Reading The Zero Point is the Key to All of This
Edens Zero Chapter 203 Review/Recap So, you know how I came up with the idea about Ziggy’s true identity as being that of an alternate, future version of Shiki? Everyone who thought … Continue Reading Oh, Man! We Were Right About Ziggy!
Edens Zero Chapter 194 Review/Recap This is getting out of hand. Since the fight between the Crew of Edens and the Dark Stars began, we’ve been getting visions of the … Continue Reading So Killer and Hermit Were Friends, Too?
Edens Zero Chapter 193 Review/Recap Well, that didn’t turn out the way that I expected. As the fight for the fate of the Kaede Cosmos, and the rest of the … Continue Reading Round 1 Goes to the Dark Stars
Edens Zero Chapter 192 Review/Recap For the record, I think we all knew that when the last chapter ended with Weisz seeing his dead mom, it was an obvious trap. … Continue Reading Weisz Faces a Sadistic Fight Against Killer
Edens Zero Chapter 191 Recap/Review I’m sorry that it took so long for me to write this, but I’ve been very busy for the past week. Edens Zero wound up … Continue Reading “Zombie Nurses.” So Dumb, it Works
Edens Zero Chapter 170 Review/Recap The timeskip, one of the most useful narrative devices for storytelling. When a writer wants to show the significant growth of a character but doesn’t … Continue Reading We Got a Timeskip, People!!
With the Edens Zero trapped in an explosion capable of wiping out entire planets, Witch makes the ultimate sacrifice for her family.
Three times. That is how many times we have now seen a planet that Shiki and the heroes have been on come under threat of destruction. Firstly, we saw the Chronophage wipe away the filth of Guilst. Then, we saw the Muller almost destroy Foresta. Now, Nero 66 is about to be on the chopping block thanks to Ziggy. Worse, there’s nothing that Shiki can do to stop his grandfather. His only option now: run.
Edens Zero Chapter 157 Review/Recap In East Asian cultures, there’s a story about something known as the red string, or thread, of Destiny. According to legend, those destined to be … Continue Reading The Red String of Destiny
The more I read Edens Zero, the more I find myself being reminded of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. Think about it. A lot of the Ether Gear used by people can be on the bizarre side. Laguna can turn people into water when they cry. Milani of the Ocean’s 6 has that mirror world gear. And now we have Nasseh with his Ether Gear, the Eye of Horus. Which can somehow hypnotize people into acting however he wants. The Eye of Horus may end up being the gang’s toughest challenge yet.
Emotions can be a very powerful tool. When one learns to channel their emotions properly, they can find themselves achieving things that would otherwise be impossible. If you’re a Shonen protagonist, strong emotions can lead to unlocking a new level of power, and thus, beating the snot out of villains. However, they can also impede one’s progress. In this case, Shura and the Oceans 6 start using the heroes emotions against them.
It goes without saying, but I’ll say it anyway: Shura is an absolute monster right now. He may end up changing for the better in the future of Edens Zero, but right now, he’s an absolute monster. He treats his followers like garbage, plans to commit machine genocide, and has decided to do everything in his power to break Shiki. This week, things for Shiki go from bad to worse, as Shura ups the ante. And threatens the lives of the Shining Stars in the process.
Super Saiyan, Tailed Beast Mode, Dragon Force, Second Gear, Overdrive. It seems like a prerequisite for a lot of Shonen manga to give the heroes some sort of super-powered form. Edens Zero established one some time ago in the form of Overdrive, and Shiki’s already attained it. However, this chapter of Edens Zero sees another hero reach that status. Amidst her fight against the first of the Ocean’s 6, Homura awakens Overdrive, and her inner fox spirit!
I seem to recall a while back comparing some of the fights in Edens Zero to that of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. By that, I meant that they could follow rules that broke the fighting norms in the Shonen genre. Laguna being able to people into water if they cry? That is bizarre, no pun intended! However, I never expected that they would use the concept of the mirror world here. And Homura’s stuck right in the middle of it!
If you’ve followed Edens Zero for a long time, then you know that A big thing about Shiki is that he likes making friends. He wants to make as many friends as he can. But the end of the last chapter saw Shura offer to be his friend! And given how Shura’s a sucker for that line, we had every right to be worried. Fortunately, Shiki proves that he’s smart enough to know that a friendship with Shura is a bad one. Too bad Shura doesn’t take rejection well!