If you're looking for anime similar to The Seven Deadly Sins: Imperial Wrath of the Gods, you might like these titles.
Lucy is a seventeen-year-old mage with the power to summon stellar spirits, but what she really wants to do is join a guild - and not just any guild. She has her eyes set on Fairy Tail, a notoriously reckless and outrageous group of magic users who are likely to be drunk or destroying buildings and towns in the process of completing a job! While in town one day Lucy meets a perpetually-seasick boy named Natsu who, through a series of events, reveals to her that he's none other than the fire-eating mage Salamander of Fairy Tail! Lucy is finally able to join Fairy Tail and quickly begins to take on odd jobs with Natsu and his gang for fame and profit. Along with her fiery friend, Happy the flying cat, Natsu's archrival Gray and their overseer the invincible and beautiful Erza, Lucy sets forth for epic adventures that leave an epic amount of destruction in their wake. After all, destroying a city or five doesn't matter as long as they get the job done... right?!
Both have are comedy adventures set in a fantasy world with strong main characters, similar art style, talking pets that accompany their journey.
Similar vibe, has over powered main characters who are fighting a battle against evil, but just can't stop being misunderstood. Fairy Tail involves the power of friendship and how that sometimes is the most important t thing in the world. Seven Deadly Sins is much the same way, but it also involves the power of love. Both have time spanning friendships and romance connecting the characters. Fairy Tail is decidedly less ecchi, as Seven Deadly Sins' hero constantly has his head up the female lead's skirt, so I think Fairy Tail is slightly more suitable for kids.
Both are fun fantasy anime that have a mix of story and light-heartedness. Aslo, several of the dub voice actors are shared between the two, so newer fans will appreciate watching both of them
Both of these start with the female lead taking a journey (for different reasons) meeting up with the male lead. Also has magic and they work together to try to protect the people they're closest to.
Both are filled with magic users, although somewhat different.
The characters are interesting and and make you fall in love with them.
Finally, the main reason, both of these are just awesome.
The Seven Deadly Sins aid the Sky People against a powerful group of demons hellbent on resurrecting a demonic beast sealed over 3,000 years ago.
Both movies are great! I myself am a big fan of The Seven Deadly Sins, and I watched both the movie and TV shows over 100 time! So much of my life wasted infront of a screen haha.
they have the same characters its just like a special episode or a spinoff. gives some good backstory on hawk's mum
It's literally the same thing, same characters but I different plotline, it's also the same genre and stuff. Super good, definitely recommend.
Its the same anime and features many of the same kind of themes- action packed, however animation can be a little eh.
Princess Rinda and her brother Remus are the foretold Twin Pearls of Parros – one will be a shining prophet and the other a great ruler. However, when their homeland is lost to the invading Mongaul army and their parents slain during the siege, Rinda and Remus are transported into Rood Forest, a dangerous hideout for ghouls. Lost and vulnerable, the two barely escape death thanks to the help of a powerful man with the head of a leopard called Guin who cannot remember who is or how he became that way. Together they journey across the land, evading monsters, fighting the power-hungry Mongaul army, and gathering trusted companions such as Istavan Spellsword and Suni of the monkey-like Sem – all in the hope of fulfilling their destinies and finally bringing peace to Parros.
While Hawk takes advantage of Merlin's magical items and uses them to fight Howzer, Princess Veronica works hard on her training with Guila. Meanwhile, King spends time in the Fairy King's Forest before joining the other Sins for a trip to the beach.
Lapis is the pudding-loving princess of Sorcerland, as well as the wielder of the Magic Eraser's extraordinary power, allowing her to erase anything she desires at will! Given her unique and inappropriate uses of the eraser, her royal parents decide to teach her a lesson, magically sending her to the faraway Silver Lake to ponder her past misdeeds. But the road home is long and full of unexpected surprises such as a blessed pudding forest, the Health Brother Trio, and Topaz, the great witch of the west and collector of little girls, who wants Lapis for her own personal prize!
As Kiyomaro races to catch the bus to seaside camp, little does he know that Dr. M2, a demonic magic scientist from the future, has sent out a robot to kidnap him. He's trapped in limbo with the mad magic scientist who wants to be his partner and an army of Vulcan robot lookalikes. Dr. M2 sends a robot to pretend to befriend Gash, keeping him away from Kiyomaro until M2 can abscond with the teen genius to the future. In the end, it comes down to saving the world with a little help from their friends...
While the battle to determine the next king of the demon realm has often been fraught, the rules were always clear: 100 demon children partnered with 100 humans would challenge each other, using 100 magical books. What none of them knew was that there was a 101st magical book, powerful enough to stop any of the others. Gash and Kiyomaro must begin a journey that will take them into the demon realm to confront the mysteries of Gash's past. But will they escape in time to help their friends in a battle with a seemingly unstoppable enemy.