Edens Zero Chapter 164: Release Date and Read Manga Online

Edens Zero Chapter 164 is expected to release on 21st October 2021. Fans are eagerly waiting for the release of the new chapter.

The story is at the edge and fans are excited to know what happens next. The manga is written and illustrated by Hiro Mashima. The series began in Kodansha’s Shōnen Magazine on June 27, 2018, with the characters collected into seventeen tankōbon volumes as of September 2021.

About the series
Edens Zero adopts Hiro Mashima’s popular manga about a boy who was raised by robots and subsequently and jets into outer space for adventure with an influencer girl and her talking cat. In Chapter 163 of Edens, Zero Shiki was overpowered by Shaura in his overdrive form. Shaura uses his Demon Gravity to take Shiki down with a hail of stone and finally conjures a lance that goes right through his body.

Shaura reveals that he had killed Shiki and now is set to activate the All-Link system and destroy all the bots in AOI. Emperor Nero’s words left everyone surprised. He addressed Shaura as his son. Ziggy who everyone thought was dead, came back to life and stabbed Nero from the back.

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The upcoming chapter of Edens Zero will be released under the title “ The Black Sky Poured down”. Still not sure who will use the Black Sky ability to defeat their enemies. Ziggy is the Demon King and is sure to possess much more power than anyone else. Eventually, Xenolith has recognized Shiki potential as a prodigy and that he could teach him Black sky. This means that Shiki and Ziggy will both unleash the ability at the same time defeating Shaura and Nero.

Edens Zero Chapter 164 release?

It is set to release on 21st October 2021. The English version will be available soon after the Japanese version is released.

Edens Zero Chapter 164

Where to Read Edens Zero Chapter 164?

You can read the official version on Amazon Kindle, Comixology, Crunchyroll.

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