The Seven Deadly Sins were once an active group of knights in the region of Britannia, who disbanded after they supposedly plotted to overthrow the Liones Kingdom. Their supposed defeat ...
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The Seven Deadly Sins were once an active group of knights in the region of Britannia, who disbanded after they supposedly plotted to overthrow the Liones Kingdom. Their supposed defeat came at the hands of the Holy Knights, but rumors continued to persist that they were still alive. Ten years later, the Holy Knights staged a coup d'état and captured the king, becoming the new, tyrannical rulers of the kingdom. The third princess, Elizabeth, then starts out on a journey to find the Seven Deadly Sins and enlist their help in taking back the kingdom.Written by
I first tuned into The Seven Deadly Sins a couple months ago, watched maybe 3 episodes and then cast it aside as some sort of weird, overly fluffy cartoon. Couldn't, for the life of me, figure out why Netflix recommended it to me or it came with such a high rating. Then, after having it pop up in some lists a few more times, I decided to sit through one more time. A few more episodes in and I was hooked!
This one didn't win me over from the very start. The heroine starts off a vapid crybaby. The hero is a bit of a perv and painfully optimistic and happy. Plus, he looks like a kid, which make his pervy nature even more disturbing. However, once the action starts, you see the more serious side to these characters and a surprisingly intriguing plot that does not leave you unsatisfied. It's a really interesting blend of Arthurian legend and Dante's Inferno with some glimpses of the same comedic/action/drama pull as FMA. Can't wait for season 2!
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