The Seven Deadly Sins’ sequel anime has begun a new season with the start of the Winter 2024 anime schedule, and The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse has released a new opening and closing song to commemorate!
The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse has been propelling the franchise forward with the release of the sequel last fall in Japan, and it’s now preparing to debut a new wave of episodes alongside the rest of the Winter 2024 anime calendar as it launches a new arc.
The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse anime has broadcast Episode 12 in Japan to kick off its new arc for the year, and it has also revealed a new set of opening and closing theme sequences. The new opening theme is named “Your Key” and is performed by J01, as seen in the video above. The new ending theme, “Unfinished” performed by Zakinosuke, may be seen in the video below. But be careful of potential spoilers.
The anime is now in the middle of its second wave of episodes in Japan, but fans outside of Japan will be able to start watching the new sequel anime when it releases on Netflix on January 31st. Maki Odaira directs the sequel animation for Telecom Animation Film, which stars Shou Komura as Percival, Akio Otsuka as Varghese, Kikunosuke Toya as Donny, Aino Shimada as Nasiens, Kanna Nakamura as Anghalad, and others.
As for what to expect from the new anime, The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse is teased as such,
Dive into an endless world, into a great destiny…Sequel to The Seven Deadly Sins! A story 16 years after the ‘Holy War’! Percival is a kind-hearted boy who lives with his grandfather in a remote area called ‘God’s Finger.’ However, the world did not allow such peace, and an encounter with a mysterious knight changes their fate and reveals a shocking secret.
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