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
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ROB THE FRONTIER
Performed by Uverworld
Lyrics by TAKUYA
Composed by Nobuto and TAKUYA
Arranged by Uverworld and Satoru Hiraide
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The Seven Deadly Sins is deadly good fun.
I love anime; there's no curve-balling around that argument for me. It's one of Japan's finest contributions to the world of entertainment, and The Seven Deadly Sins is an entertaining albeit derivative piece of that ever-expanding yet established medium.
We have a pretty-boy protagonist, an animal sidekick, a hot-chick, a giant hot-chick, an immortal tough-guy, and a green pig who's as big as a mountain. And considering the oddities in anime, this isn't that odd a thing to have in a show of Deadly Sin's ilk.
There's good animation, good scenery and nice action to top it all off. The characters are well done, though they're not anything groundbreaking for animes in general.
Seven Deadly Sins is a solid watch you should probably check out whenever you like. After all, it is on Netflix. And this is worth an anime fan's time.
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