Edens Zero's original series creator has given Rebecca Bluegarden a cool new makeover with some slick new art! Although it wasn't until a couple of years ago that his newest series finally made its official anime adaptation finally made its debut, series creator Hiro Mashima has been inching closer and closer to the original manga release's notable 200th chapter milestone. The Edens Zero crew are in the midst of their toughest fight in the series yet, and Rebecca and the others find themselves struggling more so than ever before. This means it's been kind of a while since the manga has been able to have its more wacky adventures.
Despite how busy Mashima has been with Edens Zero's manga run and Fairy Tail's official sequel series manga (which will soon be getting an official anime of its own in the future too), the creator has become a major fan favorite with fans as he often takes to Twitter to share new looks for each of his favorite characters. Using his downtime to share fun new sketches of the characters outside of the context of the main series, it's often some of the only times he can experiment with new outfits and designs. That's the case with his flashy new look for Rebecca, and you can check it out below:
サムネの全体図 pic.twitter.com/67fTmhddF7— 真島ヒロ (@hiro_mashima) July 9, 2022
If you wanted to check out the manga run as it gets closer than ever to its milestone 200 chapter mark for more of Rebecca and the rest of the titular Edens Zero crew in action, you can find the Edens Zero manga's newest chapters released alongside their launch in Japan with Crunchyroll. As for the anime adaptation, a second season has been confirmed to be in the works but has yet to reveal any concrete production, staff, or potential release information as of the time of this writing. That also means there is plenty of time to check out that first season run, so it you wanted to catch up you can find the 25 episode first season now streaming with Netflix.
They tease the series as such, "It is the year X492, an age in which people freely travel through the universe. Rebecca, a video-creating B-Cuber, visits the robotic world of Granbell and meets a young man with special powers: Shiki, who's lived his entire life among machines. Soon Shiki is exploring the cosmos with Rebecca, encountering new places, people and things, and making friends along the way."
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