The Seven Deadly Sins: The Animated Sequel’s New Trailer Confirms A Release in 2023

The Seven Deadly Sins: Grudge of Edinburgh

Since Meliodas, Eleanor, and the others slew the Demon King and Supreme Deity, peace has reigned in the land of Seven Deadly Sins. We can’t expect the good times to stay forever, and the next generation is eager to take responsibility for safeguarding the planet.

The new generation takes inspiration from the Seven Deadly Sins, dubbing themselves the Four Knights of the Apocalypse. Aside from our hero, Percival, most of the other characters are either offspring or relatives of those who appeared in the previous series.

The new protagonist, Percival, and his superhuman power are showcased in the latest teaser for Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse.

It also names Percival’s voice actor as Shou Komura and states that the anime will air in 2023.

Starting with manga panels from the first Seven Deadly Sins series, the trailer then jumps forward in time to Percival’s period. It’s a brand-new tale, untainted by the Sins and brimming with exciting new protagonists just ready to win our hearts.

Percival looks remarkably like Meliodas, and any fan of the original series would immediately recognize that likeness despite the fact that their dispositions couldn’t be more different. Fans frequently draw comparisons between Percival and Meliodas, so I’m curious to see if the latter can emerge from his idol’s shadow.

Furthermore, it has been confirmed by the franchise that Telecom Animation Film is responsible for the animation production of the program. UNLIMITED PRODUCE by TMS, meanwhile, will handle overall operations.

The franchise will soon provide more details on the anime’s voice actors and other staff members.

In terms of plot and characters, the sequel appears to be considerably different from the original series.

Since the Sins are no longer outlaws on the run but heroes celebrated by the public, I have no doubt that the Four Knights of the Apocalypse will be accorded the same respect. That’s why I’m interested in finding out what happens next in the narrative.

The Seven Deadly Sins

Nakaba Suzuki writes and illustrates the Japanese fantasy manga The Seven Deadly Sins. Between October 2012 and March 2020, it ran as a serial in Kodansha’s Weekly Shnen Magazine, and the resulting 41 tankbon volumes compiled the individual chapters.

Princess Elizabeth Liones of the Kingdom of Liones sets out to track down the seven most heinous criminals in the world (Nanatsu no Taizai). You’ve got Meliodas (the dragon’s wrath), Ban (the fox’s greed), Dianne (the serpent’s envy), Merlin (the boar’s gluttony), Escanor (the lion’s pride), Gowther (the goat’s lust), and King (the grizzly’s sloth).

After being falsely accused of killing Great Holy Knight Zaratars ten years ago, all sins were expelled from the Kingdom. Now that the Kingdom is in danger of falling into the hands of the corrupt Holy Knights, it is up to Elizabeth to track down the Sins and their commander, Meliodas, in order to preserve it.