The Seven Deadly Sins 2

The Seven Deadly Sins 2

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SIN VS VIRTUE To save her kingdom, Princess Elizabeth has pinned her last hope on the infamous traitors, "The Seven Deadly Sins" and has set out on a journey with Meliodas--the Dragon Sin of Wrath--to seek out the rest of his fellow knights and former friends. Deep within an uninviting forest they find Diane, the Serpent Sin of Envy. Before they can celebrate their reunion, they must deal with an attack from Gilthunder, an electrifying Holy Knight!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 127 x 191 x 16mm | 191g
  • Kodansha Comics
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 1 Illustrations, unspecified
  • 1612629237
  • 9781612629230
  • 17,420

About Nakaba Suzuki

Nakaba Suzuki is one of only a few manga artists to have work published in all of the "big three" boys' magazines: Shonen Jump, Shonen Sunday, and Shonen Magazine.The Seven Deadly Sins is his first series to be translated into English.
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Rating details

1,330 ratings
4.29 out of 5 stars
5 50% (665)
4 32% (428)
3 16% (207)
2 2% (26)
1 0% (4)

Our customer reviews

I liked this even better than the first volume! First, it was more age appropriate at T+ than the first volume and had a lot of battles. Two more of the 7 Deadly Sins have been found and we are getting to know them. I adore the giantess Diane! Four terrible Holy Knights are loosed to destroy the now roaming Sins and they are pretty freaky dudes who make for some cool battle action. We are also getting to know our characters better with brief looks into their pasts. The plot is becoming deeper and more meaningful as the whys and wherefores of this animosity between the Holy Knights and the Deadly Sins becomes somewhat clearer. Book ends in the middle of a good bloody battle leaving us exited to read what happens in the next volume! The art is only middle of the road but characterization is the strong point (so far) :-)show more
by Nicola Mansfield
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