Here’s the beginning and end you need to think about The Seven Deadly Sins sequel, Four Knights of the Apocalypse. The Seven Deadly Sins, following the adventures of the demon legend Meliodas and his group of untouchable knights, has as of late finished up.
Be that as it may, in spite of the fact that Britannia has discovered harmony by and by, the universe of The Seven Deadly Sins lives on in the new continuation series: Four Knights of the Apocalypse. This new manga series, likewise by the first Sins mangaka Nabaka Suzuki, highlights a similar adorable art style and the universe of Britannia, however through a new series of eyes. The new legend is a kid named Percival, and he is very not normal for anything exhausted Meliodas, however, similar to him, he conveys a force untold.
The hero of the story, the 16-year-old Percival, is no standard kid. Like Meliodas before him, Percival is more than he appears, and he has a serious family. His dad and granddad were both Holy Knights in their day, however Percival shows no interest in emulating their example. He appreciates a charming, secluded life on the God’s Finger, a little landmass that overshadows Britannia itself.
He has just himself and his darling granddad for organization, yet Percival’s journey is pushed onto him when a Holy Knight out of nowhere shows up and slaughters his granddad. Percival, justifiably unfit to pardon what this knight has done, plans to traverse Britannia to find them by whatever methods available. In any case, Percival thinks nothing about Britannia and its kin and has not very many leads on his grandpa’s executioner.
Some, Percival resembles a sort-hearted stranger unearthing a major, odd new world. Furthermore, additionally, Percival himself is hazardous he may very well be one of the prophecied Four Knights of the Apocalypse. On the off chance that his prophetically calamitous forces are stirred, the truth will surface eventually how Percival will or will not control them.
The initial not many parts of The Four Knights of the Apocalpyse are accessible to read online through a couple of various sources: Crunchyroll, ComiXology, Bookwalker, and Amazon Kindle. The series is progressing with new chapters released same-day-as-Japan, so fans should return each week to ensure they don’t miss anything.