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Netflix’s The Seven Deadly Sins (Nanatsu no Taizai) Season 4 “Wrath of the Gods” Disappoints Fans! What Happened?

Alright, I’ve seen clips of the Netflix’s The Seven Deadly Sins (Nanatsu no Taizai) Season 4 “Wrath of the Gods” and well damm, I’m lowkey glad I didn’t watch this season.

I know it sounds harsh, which it is, but I don’t know what the hell happened to this season. Was it a lack of budget? Man-power? Mismanagement? Or all three above? Yes, and no. Apparently, at the last minute, the studio that was initially meant to animate the season passed or dropped the project and Studio DEEN had to pick up the slack. And being that this somewhat happened without warning, well you’ve seen the results. So if there’s someone to blame, it’s A1 Pictures for deciding to pay more attention to Fate Grand Order: Babylonia instead of committing to The Seven Deadly Sins Season 4.

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Either way, from what I gathered among the faithful Seven Deadly Sins (Nanatsu no Taizai) fans is that they weren’t too happy with how a pivotal moment in the manga was handled so poorly, to the point that I’ve seen some people even advising others to avoid the season altogether and just read the manga.

It’s honestly sad to hear this and actually made me wonder if they could refix this season with a special BluRay release version or turn that moment into a movie, similarly to how Dragon Ball Super turned the resurrection of F and Battle of Gods into episodes when it didn’t need to. It’s highly doubtful but one can dream, but I can’t fault DEEN to be honest. They didn’t ask for this and was pulled into it.

2 thoughts on “Netflix’s The Seven Deadly Sins (Nanatsu no Taizai) Season 4 “Wrath of the Gods” Disappoints Fans! What Happened?

    1. Well, there was an important fight between escanor vs meliodas that fans have been waiting to see animated but that didn’t turn out well. In fact, most of the season didn’t turn out well

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