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‘Seven Deadly Sins the Movie: Prisoners of the Sky’ German Anime Dub Clip Debuts

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The manga is created by Nakaba Suzuki with over twenty-five volumes in print so far and over three million copies in circulation total.

The feature film The Seven Deadly Sins the Movie: Prisoners of the Sky had itself an August 18th, 2018 debut in Japan and is scheduled for a home video release there next month by Peppermint Anime in Germany. The film has a September 5th, 2019 debut where it’s getting a DVD and Blu-ray release much like the TV properties. Ahead of the release, the distributor has brought out their first German-dubbed clip for it.

The film can also be seen in this form as Netflix previously picked it up for streaming. The film is available in German, English, Spanish, French, and its original Japanese language form while including English, Spanish, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese subtitle tracks.

Working from a new story by original creator Nakaba Suzuki, the film has Noriyuki Abe serving as the chief director with Yasuto Nishikata directing. Makoto Uezu adapted the story to screenplay while Keigo Sasaki is back as the character designer and chief animation director with production at A-1 Pictures.

The Japanese cast includes Yuuki Kaji as Meliodas, Sora Amamiya as Elizabeth, Jun Fukuyama as King, Misaki Kuno as Hawk and Mamoru Miyano as Gilthunder so far.

The manga is created by Nakaba Suzuki with over twenty-five volumes in print so far and over three million copies in circulation total. The manga series began in 2012 and Kodansha Comics is bringing the series out for North American fans in print while Crunchyroll has the digital chapters being published on their site.

Property Concept: When Holy Knights arrest her family, Princess Elizabeth seeks out a group of legendary warriors known as the Seven Deadly Sins. Finding them is no easy task and her journey takes her to a small tavern run by an unassuming, albeit perverted, barkeep and his talking pig. But this man reveals himself to be Meliodas-the Dragon Sin of Wrath! Agreeing to help her, the two seek out the remaining sins.

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