Nakaba Suzuki’s The Seven Deadly Sins is now famous worldwide. The manga which was later made into Anime already has a huge fanbase.
SDS is now getting a new TV Anime series. It will be named Seven Deadly Sins: Wrath of Gods. The original manga was published in weekly Shonen magazine in 2014.
However, the official website of the Anime released a new promo video of the series.
Moreover, the series is set to be released this fall (2019) and will mostly conclude the epic saga. Nakaba Suzuki gave an interview in August. He stated that he is about to ‘end the series’ in ‘a year or so’.
Netflix also streamed the Anime with both Japanese and English audios. The series was added to Netflix in February 2017.
The storyline follows a group of seven people. They are named the ‘Seven Deadly Sins.’ They try to overpower the kingdom itself. The story revolves around the princess Elizabeth Liones, who is on a desperate journey to find the group of seven people who previously plotted to overthrow the kingdom.
This time the Holy Knights capture the throne, and thus the 3rd Gen princess is forced to set out and seek the SDS.
— Netflix Anime U.S. (@NetflixAnime) November 1, 2015
The first Anime series aired in fall of 2014. It included 24 episodes in its run. These episodes were followed by four special TV episodes too.
Also, last year the series continued with Seven Deadly Sins: The Resurrection of the Commandments and in the latter half of 2018 a movie too was released. This movie was named Seven Deadly Sins: Prisoners of the Sky.
Storyline for Seven Deadly Sins: Wrath of Gods
Hopefully, the sins will continue the battle in the latest installment too. They will face off against the Ten Commandments. Elizabeth’s and Mediolas’s twisted fate will be tested too.
"Nanatsu no Taizai: Wrath of the Gods" Anime Sequel ANNOUNCED!
— Anime News And Facts (@AniNewsAndFacts) April 9, 2019
The director of the Anime is Susumu Nishizawa. As we can observe the website for the Anime is already there. Fans should expect an announcement anytime soon!
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