The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse is listed for 24 episodes

The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse is listed for 24 episodes

The world of anime and manga enthusiasts is currently abuzz with the exciting news that The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse is set to run for 24 episodes. This revelation comes as the non-credit opening and ending videos for the TV anime have been released, adding to the anticipation and mystery surrounding the series. In this article, we’ll explore the significance of this announcement and what fans can expect from this series.

The Seven Deadly Sins

A still from the original Seven Deadly Sins anime
A still from the original Seven Deadly Sins anime (Image via IMDb)

Before diving into the details of Four Knights of the Apocalypse, it’s essential to revisit The Seven Deadly Sins, a globally acclaimed manga and anime series created by Nakaba Suzuki. This story follows the adventures of the Seven Deadly Sins, a group of knights, each representing one sin from the traditional list of seven sins, as they protect the Kingdom of Liones from various threats.

Four Knights of the Apocalypse

Four Knights of the Apocalypse is a spin-off series offering a fresh perspective on Nakaba Suzuki’s world. It introduces new characters, including Percival, who embarks on a quest to become a true knight. With the high standard set by the original series, fans have high expectations for this spin-off.

The exciting announcement

The news of Four Knights of the Apocalypse running for 24 episodes has stirred the anime community’s excitement. This extended episode count signals a commitment to delivering a comprehensive storyline that remains true to the source material while keeping us engrossed.

The non-credit opening and ending videos

The non-credit opening and ending videos are a treat for fans. The opening video, set to “UP TO ME!” by Little Glee Monster, features stunning anime visuals that convey the grandeur of the adventure and the bonds between the main characters. The song’s upbeat vocals uplift the story and encourage Percival and his companions on their journey.

The ending video, accompanied by “Friends Are For” by MOONCHILD, showcases the characters in moments of peace, indulging in sweets. This harmonious and colorful visual spectacle perfectly complements the poppy singing in the ending video.

Broadcast information

A still from Four Knights of the Apocalypse
A still from Four Knights of the Apocalypse (Image via Telecom Animation Film)

The anime is set to air on TBS and its nationwide network of 28 stations, commencing on October 8th, every Sunday at 4:30 PM. It will run for two consecutive cours, making it a significant commitment for both the creators and the viewers.

Episode Netflix Other Platforms (October 15 Onwards)
1 October 8 October 15
2 October 15 October 22
3 October 22 October 29
4 October 29 November 5
5 November 5 November 12
6 November 12 November 19
7 November 19 November 26
8 November 26 December 3
9 December 3 December 10
10 December 10 December 17
11 December 17 December 24
12 December 24 December 31
13 December 31 January 7
14 January 7 January 14
15 January 14 January 21
16 January 21 January 28
17 January 28 February 4
18 February 4 February 11
19 February  11 February 18
20 February 18 February 25
21 February 25 March 4
22 March 4 March 11
23 March 11 March 18
24 March 18 March 25

What is it about?

A still from Four Knights of the Apocalypse
A still from Four Knights of the Apocalypse (Image via Telecom Animation Film)

Four Knights of the Apocalypse is a legitimate sequel to the immensely popular manga by Suzuki Nakaba. It’s currently being serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine (Kodansha) and is set in a world 16 years after the Holy War. The story follows Percival, a kind-hearted boy living with his grandfather in a remote land known as the Finger of God. Their tranquil life takes an unexpected turn when they encounter a mysterious knight named Ironside, setting them on a journey filled with astonishing secrets.

Conclusion

In conclusion, the announcement of The Seven Deadly Sins: Four Knights of the Apocalypse running for 24 episodes has sparked excitement and anticipation among fans. This spin-off series promises to bring fresh adventures, character development, and intriguing plotlines to the beloved world created by Nakaba Suzuki. With the non-credit opening and ending videos setting the stage, this journey promises to be an unforgettable one.

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