Star Comics announces that the next March 2 the first volume of FOUR KNIGHTS OF THE APOCALYPSEofficial sequel to the manga by The Seven Deadly Sins by Nakaba Suzuki. It will be available in two different editions, one with a limited edition postcard. Here are all the details.
FOUR KNIGHTS OF THE APOCALYPSE: THE OFFICIAL SEQUEL OF THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS
Coming in March with the first volume, signed by Nakaba Suzuki
The universe of THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS – work that made its author famous all over the world Nakaba Suzuki – expands and is enriched with characters and new adventures, thanks to the release of FOUR KNIGHTS OF THE APOCALYPSE. This new series, in progress at home, is the sequel to the famous and long-lived manga, which has as its protagonists 7 fearsome warriors, the so-called Seven Deadly Sins.
A prophecy tells that, one day not too far away, the world will be destroyed by the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. The invincible Holy Knights loyal to King Arthur are in turmoil to prevent this from happening. The consequences reach the farthest reaches of the country and upset the life of Percival, a boy who will take his first step following his heart. What will fate have in store for him? Dreams, hopes, honors … or punishments?
With his unmistakable design style Nakaba Suzuki will immerse readers, who for years have followed the exploits of the protagonists of THE SEVEN DEADLY SINSin the fantasy imagination that has conquered millions of people around the world.
To celebrate this arrival, the first volume will also be available with a limited edition version with attached a celebratory postcard from the two series. Both versions, with and without gadgets, will be available from March 2nd.
- STARDUST 106
FOUR KNIGHTS OF THE APOCALYPSE n. 1
- Nakaba Suzuki
- 11,5 × 17,5, B, b / n, pp. 192, € 4.50
- Release date: 02/03/2022 at newsstands, comic shops, bookstores and online stores
- Isbn 9788822631008
Nakaba Suzuki was born on February 8, 1977 in Fukushima.
In 1994 he made his debut with the one shot episode Revenge in Shueisha’s “Weekly Shonen Jump ’95 Spring Special” magazine. In 2012 he starts working on the serialization of THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine.
He is one of the few mangaka who, despite his young age, has already obtained a publication in all four weekly magazines specializing in shonen manga currently published in Japan.
Source: Star Comics
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