Written and illustrated by the official site for the anime adaptation of the manga Nakaba Suzuki, Nanatsu no Taizaithe new advertising image for season four was officially unveiled with the title Nanatsu no Taizai: Fundo no Shinpan. It was also confirmed that this will be the last season of this project.

This last season will premiere in January 2021. In fact, its premiere was scheduled for October this year, but was postponed due to the impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on production.

Suzuki started publishing the manga in the magazine Weekly Shonen magazine from the publisher Kodansha completed in October 2012 and March 2020 with a total of 41 compilation volumes.

The piece has inspired other spin-off mangas and animations. The first season of the anime had 24 episodes produced by the studios. A-1 pictures, Led by Tensai Okamura and scripts from Shoutarou SugaA second season of 24 episodes produced by the same studios directed by Takeshi Furuta and scripts from Takao Yoshioka, Premiere in January 2018.

From season three, however, there was a change in the animation studio. This season had 24 episodes and was produced by Studio Deen, Led by Susumu Nishizawa and scripts from Rintarou Ikedaand premiered in October 2019. A rumor has it that the new season will have studios J.C. Employee in the animation, but was rejected shortly afterwards.

Synopsis of Nanatsu no Taizai

The Seven Deadly Sins are a group of knights from the Kingdom of Britannia who dissolved ten years ago because of treason and a coup against the Kingdom of Lyon and its Holy Knights.

Liones' third princess, Elizabeth Liones, meets Meliodas, the leader of the seven deadly sins, and asks him to help save the honor of the Holy Knights, who are being manipulated by a demonic entity. Meliodas will then begin to reunite his companions, while several threats will attempt to destroy peace every time they receive it.

Source: Natalie comic

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