The Seven Deadly Sins Gets a Sequel! “The Four Knights of the Apocalypse” Coming Soon!
Nakaba Suzuki’s smash-hit shonen manga The Seven Deadly Sins will be completing a nearly 8-year long journey when its final chapter is posted today, available to read on comiXology, CrunchyRoll, and BookWalker. We may bid farewell to Meliodas, Elizabeth, and the rest of the Sins, but fans should be pleased to know that we aren’t done with the world of the series just yet! In the wake of its final chapter, a sequel series has been announced – “The Four Knights of the Apocalypse!” Details are scarce about what it’s about or when it’s going to come out, but it’s definitely exciting to hear that Suzuki has more stories to tell in this world after all.
For more details, you can read the official press release from Kodansha Comics USA on the announcement below:
“Today marks the historic end of Nakaba Suzuki’s 8-year run creating The Seven Deadly Sins manga series, with Chapter #346 as its finale. Fans can read this final chapter same-day-as-Japan through our digital retail partners comiXology, CrunchyRoll, and BookWalker.
To celebrate this epic conclusion, Kodansha and Nakaba Suzuki have announced a The Seven Deadly Sins sequel series tentatively titled The Four Knights of the Apocalypse. Further details on this follow-up series will be revealed at a later date.
Manga fans new to the series can read The Seven Deadly Sins from the very beginning in print, and through all our digital partners: BookWalker, comiXology, Google Play, Kindle, MyAnimeList, Apple Books, Rakuten Kobo and nook.”
About The Seven Deadly Sins
When they were accused of trying to overthrow the monarchy, the feared warriors the Seven Deadly Sins were sent into exile. Princess Elizabeth discovers the truth—the Sins were framed by the king’s guard, the Holy Knights—too late to prevent them from assassinating her father and seizing the throne! Now the princess is on the run, seeking the Sins to help her reclaim the kingdom. But the first Sin she meets, Meliodas, is a little innkeeper with a talking pig. He doesn’t even have a real sword! Have the legends of the Sins’ strength been exaggerated … ? Prepare to get swept away by an epic fantasy story and colorful cast of characters that will rewrite the history of manga as we know it!
About Nakaba Suzuki
Born in Fukushima, Japan on February 8, 1977, Nakaba Suzuki debuted as a mangaka in 1994 in Weekly Shonen Jump Special ‘95 Spring Special (published by Shueisha). In 2012, he began serializing The Seven Deadly Sins in Weekly Shonen Magazine (Kodansha). Suzuki, is one of very few manga artists who have serialized manga in all four major weekly manga magazines in Japan.