While the Edens Zero is worked on, the crew has some fun at a water park. At the same time, though, Labilia is not having any fun at all.
Edens Zero Chapter 175 Review/Recap Ever since we got introduced to the original version of Captain Connor back in the Sun Jewel Arc, there’s been a lot of mystery surrounding … Continue Reading O Captain, My Captain Connor!
Edens Zero Chapter 174 Review/Recap So, the last chapter saw fit to remind us of the fact that the Oracion Seis Interstelar now lump Shiki in with their counterparts, Oracion … Continue Reading Crew of Edens Steamroll the IUA
When Shiki and the others go to Bluegarden to drop off Connor, they find themselves surrounded by the forces of the IUA
WIth the preliminary rounds for the war for Wano now over, it’s on to the main event: Luffy vs. Kaido, for real this time!!
Edens Zero Chapter 172 Review/Recap Sorry that this took so long to get up, but it was the Holidays, and I wanted to enjoy them. Now, if you recall, we … Continue Reading The Multiverse Takes Center Stage in Edens Zero
The fight between the swordsmen of the Straw Hat and Beast Pirates reaches its climax as the true face of King is finally revealed!
Edens Zero Chapter 171 Review/Recap Last week, Edens Zero got a timeskip three years into the future, and a lot of things have changed for the Crew of Edens. Shiki’s … Continue Reading Captain Connor Makes a Comeback!
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!!
The war for Aoi Cosmos is over, and all that’s left is to mourn the lives lost. This week, Edens Zero returns the dead to the sea of stars.
Two days have passed since the loss of Witch, and the crew of Edens is still trying to cope with her death.
Remember when Sanji started using that Germa Raid Suit, and how everyone thought that it was so cool? That may no longer be the case. On the one hand, it’s unlocked his latent super-soldier abilities. On the other hand, Sanji’s worried that it’s going to turn him into a psychopath like his brothers. As the fight for Wano reaches its climax, Sanji grapples with the notion that he’s becoming a soldier of science.
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.
presents hope, inspiration and renewed faith. The ever-famous World represents the end to a cycle of life and the start of something new. However, what’s most relevant to this chapter is the Tower. The Tower represents upheaval and change to the established order, and that’s what we are seeing. Wano is witnessing the fall of two Yonko and the birth of a new order.
ruth to that saying. You should never underestimate the elderly, especially when they’re superpowered and capable of destroying entire planets! In this case, Shura learns a hard lesson: if he’s gonna do one over on his old man, make sure you’ve covered all your bases! This week, Shura’s master plan falls apart in front of him. As for Nero, he learns a lesson: don’t underestimate plot armor!