The preview images and staff for Edens Zero Season 2 episode 20 (ep. 45 overall) have been revealed. The episode titled “Kiss and Die” will officially release on Saturday, August 12, 2023. Crunchyroll is streaming the anime outside of Japan with English subtitles.
Edens Zero Season 2 episode 20 synopsis via the official English website:
Shiki and Homura encounter the Interstellar Union Army’s Justice, Victory and Creed. After they confirm that Shiki’s Ether is the “Demon King”, they become hostile. Shiki collapses before the overwhelming power of Justice. Elsie comes running to help in this desperate situation. Meanwhile, Weisz and Hermit are in the satellite server, facing the reason Hermit has a distrust for humans— Dr. Muller, who had now restructured himself as an O-Tech.
The following is the main staff for Edens Zero Season 2 episode 20:
- Episode Director: Toshinori Watanabe
- Chief Animation Director: Yurika Sako
- Screenplay: Megumu Sasano
- Storyboard: Shinji Ishihira
Studio J.C. Staff returned to animate Edens Zero Season 2. After two years of waiting, our favorite space fantasy crew is back! The first cour of this season covered the Belial Gore arc. Now that we’re into the Aoi Cosmos saga this episode will continue with the Foresta arc starting with chapter 123 of the manga! Leave your power of friendship notions behind because this saga is anything but sunshine and rainbows. Staff members will be revealed with each new episode this season. The series has yet to crack a spot in the Top 10 for our weekly polls, so make sure to vote for Edens Zero Season 2!
Edens Zero is an anime adaptation of the original manga series written and illustrated by Hiro Mashima. The manga began serialization in June 2018 in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine and has released a total of 27 volumes. Ishihira is the chief director for Edens Zero Season 2 with Toshinori Watanabe credited as a director. Hirota is handling the series composition with Yurika Sako in charge of the character designs. Yoshihisa Hirano is composing the soundtrack.
Source: Official Website
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