The final season of The Seven Deadly Sins began today, and will have a total 24 episodes! It’s listed over 2 Blu-ray and DVD volumes. Volume 1 will release on September 15, 2021 and cover episodes 1 to 12, while volume 2 releases on November 17, 2021 and will cover episodes 13 to 24. It’s the fourth season of the anime, and animation is again by Studio DEEN with assistance from Marvy Jack. The latest trailer:
The third season ended back in March 2020, and Netflix is streaming the new season as well. The latest key visual which is also available:
The staff returned from the previous The Seven Deadly Sins: Imperial Wrath of The Gods series:
Director: Susumu Nishizawa
Script: Rintarou Ikeda
Character design: Rie Nishino
Sound: Chikako Yokota
Music: Hiroyuki Sawano, Kohta Yamamoto, and Takafumi Wada
Studio: DEEN x Marvy Jack
All the main cast voice actors are back as well!
Suzuki Nakaba started The Seven Deadly Sins manga back in 2012. It was serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine, and ended earlier this year on March 25th. He published a one-shot with characters based on Derieri and Monspeet a few months ago, but that had nothing to do with the actual 7ds story. However, there is also a direct Seven Deadly Sins sequel starting in two weeks!
Hopefully the 24 episodes are enough to wrap up the final season of The Seven Deadly Sins!
In case you never watched or heard of it, the story starts:
Having saved the kingdom of Liones from the Holy Knights, Elizabeth and the Seven Deadly Sins enjoy some well-earned downtime before heading off to their next adventure. Ban and Meliodas have a bout, settling an unresolved score and attracting a large crowd in the process. King and Diane enjoy a date together, Merlin tries waitressing at the Boar Hat while Gowther makes a new friend in town, and Hawk sends everyone on a wild pig chase! All the while, their defeated enemies are slowly recovering their strength, promising to make a lot more trouble for everyone in the not-so-distant future…
The first 2 seasons were animated by A-1 Pictures, while Studio DEEN took over afterwards.
Source: Official Website
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