For a few months now, mangaka Hiro Mashima has been teasing his first post-Fairy Tail project. And now, Kodansha has finally announced its title, which is Eden’s Zero.
They will be releasing the first chapter of Mashima’s new manga on 26th June as previously revealed. And now, they have confirmed a simultaneous worldwide release on that very same date. Kodansha also claims this is the first time such a thing has ever happened for a Japanese manga title. And because it’s a worldwide release, they’re also releasing the new manga in five different languages. These are Chinese, English, French, Korean, and Thai.
Kodansha also revealed several simultaneous publications for Eden’s Zero. As they revealed in the official website, Crunchyroll Manga, comiXology, and Kindle, as well as other outlets, will be releasing the first chapter online.
As for Mashima himself, the mangaka seems to be very excited about the global release. He even sent international fans a very special message about his new work:
I’m bringing you my next series pretty soon!
I can assure you it’s going to be full of surprises and excitement.
Please look forward to it on June 26!
Well, it seems that the manga is really coming in with a lot of hype, huh? Hopefully, Eden’s Zero would have the same amount of success as his two previous manga, Rave Master and Fairy Tail.
source: Kodansha official