The Seven Deadly Sins may have ended the tyranny of The Ten Commandments for now, but that doesn't mean all is peaceful in the kingdom. Separated from the rest of The Sins, King and Diane strike a deal with former Commandments Gloxinia and Drole, and agree to undergo special training--which sends them to a Britannia 3,000 years in the past, right before the end of the Holy War! Can the pair navigate this strange past--and a threat more powerful than The Ten Commandments?
SPOILER-FREE Since there is the new studio animating, the quality has dropped drastically. Due to the criticism of the ,,Prisoners of the sky" movie, a new season had to be made. Studio that took up making it had just one year to do so. However, this arc was considered as the possibly best part of the manga, the animation was almost unwatchable. At first we had to deal with censored blood that looked like if a fucking cum was dripping from their wounds (There were some scenes where they vommitted blood. And now try to imagine how it looks like when someone chokes on sperm-like liquid...) then with the bad art... Seriously, the characters looked really bad in some scenes that I just couldn't help myself and do anything but cringe and close my damned eyes. And the animation was almost even not an animation, it looked like a colored manga with bad artstyle + a lot of standstill frames. Mimic movements were that bad that the voices of the voice actors sometimes didn't even fit to the scene. I really hoped that they would make up for it by making a good-looking animation of the most awaited fight (and probably the best fight in the manga). But the fight was absolutely horrible, worse than regular fights with weak opponents, it was that terrible that everyone acknowledges the fan-animation as the better one. At this point I lost all my hopes and expectations that I would somehow enjoy the anime and dropped it. If you are a fan of The Seven Deadly Sins and interested in its story, I really recommend you to read the manga...it's much better. I don't really get why they hurried so much in making a new season knowing that it's not gonna have a good animation when the series has this big fanbase...Personally, I'd have waited or read the manga rather than watched a rushed animation.
Okay, so far it's okay. A new studio was introduced and the animation isn't as good as it was in previous seasons. Less story, again, for right now. But I'm not going to drop it because I really love SDS and I can't go one without watching it.
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