The first advertisement for the forthcoming anime adaptation of Nakaba Suzuki’s “The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse” sequel manga was just made available on the manga’s official website.
The anime’s opening song, Up to Me!, sung by Little Glee Monster, can be heard in the video. The series will debut on October 8 at 4:30 p.m. (3:30 a.m. EDT) on TBS and its 27 affiliate channels, with a six-month nonstop run planned.
Are you prepared for an exhilarating journey through magic, adventure, and brand-new obstacles in this gripping sequel to “The Seven Deadly Sins”?
The Seven Deadly Sins are a legendary group of knights that represent each of the seven cardinal sins in the original manga and anime, The Seven Deadly Sins. The narrative is set in the fantastic Kingdom of Liones.
Fans were left wanting more from these bunch of biblical creatures because of their unique combination of charm, comedy, and badassery, and they have now returned with more. They include the impulsive Meliodas, the Serpent’s Sin of Envy, the powerful Diane, the Dragon’s Sin of Wrath, and many more fascinating people in between.
The Four Knights of the Revelation
Toshiyuki Morikawa, who voices Ironside in Four Knights of the Apocalypse, and Rikiya Koyama, who voices Pellegarde, both portray holy knights of Camelot. Camelot’s monarch Arthur Pendragon is voiced by Sachi Kokuryu.
Percival is voiced by Shou Komura, Donny is played by Kikunosuke Toya, Nasiens is played by Aino Shimada, Anghalad is played by Kanna Nakamura, and Shin is played by Kouki Uchiyama.
Telecom Animation Film and Maki Odaira are responsible for the anime’s production. Shigeru Murakoshi is in charge of the writing, Youichi Takada is in charge of character design, and Hiroyuki Sawano and Kohta Yamamoto are in charge of the main theme composition. TMS lists UNLIMITED PRODUCE as the producer of the music.
In November 2020, Nakaba Suzuki’s book The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse, which he also wrote and drew, was released. The manga was gathered into 12 manga volumes after officially starting as a serial in Weekly Shnen Magazine in 2021.
The series was licensed by Kodansha USA for simultaneous publication in North America, and it is now read in English every week on Crunchyroll Manga, BookWalker, ComiXology, and Amazon Kindle.
Percival’s quiet life on God’s Finger, a remote paradise in the sky, is uneventful and serene until a mystery intrusion upends it and uncovers a stunning link to his history.
After losing all he held dear, Percival embarks on a solitary search for the truth. In his newly discovered pals, he finds solace and camaraderie as he navigates the strange environment.
He must face the gravity of his mission and how it will affect people around him as the reality of his destiny, along with the fate of the planet, unravels.
The Four Knights of Apocalypse got off to a thrilling start with its plot and Nakaba Suzuki’s faultless artwork. Suzuki’s artistic talent shines through, creating individuals with distinctive and intriguing looks that enhance the reading experience as a whole.
The characters, although engaging, may not stand out right away since they appear to conform to cliches. However, the manga incorporates fascinating themes like various forms of magic that are reminiscent of “Nen” in “Hunter x Hunter,” giving the plot structure and complexity.
We want to see world-building and character growth in the anime adaptation, even if certain things are still unresolved at this time.