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Edens Zero Chapter 157: Release Date and Read Manga Online

Edens Zero Chapter 157 was released on August 31, 2021. It is available on ComiXology, Crunchyroll, and Amazon Kindle. Fans are excited.

Edens Zero is a Japanese sci-fi, action, adventure, and fantasy manga series written and illustrated by Hiro Mashima. The series is published in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine.

Kodansha has also collected its chapters into seventeen volumes as of September 2021. Kodansha USA licensed the publication of the series in English on ComiXology, Crunchyroll, and Amazon Kindle.

About Edens Zero

Edens Zero is the saga of humans, aliens, and robots. Shiki is an orphan who grew up among robots. He is the only human on the planet Granbell, a deserted theme park world. The universe is created by Mother, the goddess of the cosmos. The universe is divided into smaller cosmoses. Granbell is a part of the Sakura Universe.

One day Rebecca, a B-Cube (a video-sharing website based on YouTube) content creator, and her robot cat Happy travel to Granbell planet. When Shiki meets Rebecca, he asks her to be his friend but she rejects him. When robots abduct Rebecca and Happy, Shiki rescues them at the risk of his life. Rebecca pulls him into her spaceship and says that they are friends. Together they escape Granbell.

After arriving on the Blue Garden planet Rebecca introduces him to her B-Cube community. Shiki inherited the interstellar warship Edens Zero from his adoptive grandfather Ziggy. Rebecca, Shiki, and Happy explore the Sakura cosmos in search of the Mother goddess in Shiki’s Edens Zero spaceship.

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Edens Zero Chapter 157

Edens Zero Chapter 157 Release Date

It was released on August 31, 2021. The chapter is named “The Red String of Destiny.” In this chapter, Shinki and Rebecca find the red strings made of Ether. To find out more don’t forget to check Chapter 157.

Edens Zero Chapter 157

Where to Read Online

You can read it online on ComiXology, Crunchyroll, and Amazon Kindle.

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