Another Fairy Tail alum has made its way to Edens Zero! As the anime is now on its way to its first major cour, this new addition will surely make it more intense.
Edens Zero might have already started, but the international fans are yet to see it on the small screen. As it now receives a global Netflix release date, it will feature another Fairy Tail comeback.
A New Fairy Tail Addition
According to Comicbook, the franchise has announced the coming of Sister Ivry, one of the titular Edens Zero ship’s four pillars.
She will be making her way to the anime series, voiced by Yukiyo Fujii. To recall, this voice actress is behind the great voices of Millianna, Gemi, Katja, Michelia and more.
Aside from the announcement, the anime’s official Twitter account also gives a glimpse of Sister Ivy. And by the looks of it, she is every inch stunning.
Edens Zero has been featuring several characters from Hiro Mashima’s equally genius brainchild, Fairy Tail.
The two series seem to feature an incredible connection due to the characters’ uncanny similarities.
The newly-added Elsie Crimson seems to be like Ezra Scarlet, while Justice seems to mirror Jellal.
To make it more dramatic, they are portrayed by the same actors behind their lookalikes.
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First International Trailer
So far, Edens Zero is now on its 11the episode, making its way to a new cour after the end of Episode 10 on June 13.
The manga’s debut season began on April 11 and it seems promising, receiving not lower than eight stars on IMDb every episode.
As international fans are waiting to see it on their small screen, it looks like their long wait will be soon over.
Netflix has finally unveiled a new trailer for its release on the streaming giant at the recent Geeked Week celebrations.
Based on the manga of the same name from the creator Mashima, Edens Zero follows the story of a young boy named Shiki Granbell.
The kid boards the Edens Zero starship to look for the cosmic god, Mother, per CBR. Fortunately, he is not alone and he has the company of the social media influencer Rebecca Bluegarden and her robotic pet cat, Happy.
Mashima first announced the anime’s coming in 2020, produced by J.C. Staff and directed by Yushi Suzuki.
The manga is published in Weekly Shonen Magazine, while its English version can be found on Crunchyroll, Comixology and Amazon Kindle.
Finally, Edens Zero can be seen worldwide, beginning on August 26 on Netflix.