Interest The Seven Deadly Sins Elaine & Ban Spin-Off Manga Gets Promo Video
posted on 2017-07-16 17:45 EDT by Lynzee Loveridge
The first volume of The Seven Deadly Sins: Seven Days ~Tōzoku to Seishōjo~ (Seven Deadly Sins: Seven Days ~The Thief and the Holy Girl) spin-off manga will be released on Friday and publisher Kodansha released a promotional video for the volume. Not only that, but voice actors Tatsuhisa Suzuki and Kotori Koiwai reprise their roles as the manga's star duo, Ban and Elaine.
The ad has both a 15-second and 71-second version. The shorter version is airing throughout Japan on JOYSOUND karaoke machines. The longer version will start airing on the large screens outside the Animate Ikebukuro office and in bookstores on July 15.
The Seven Deadly Sins: Seven Days ~Tōzoku to Seishōjo~ currently runs in Kodansha's Shonen Magazine Edge. The manga is based on the novel by Mamoru Iwasa which in turn is based on the original manga by Nakaba Suzuki. Yō Kokukuji (Dōtei Jigoku) is drawing the manga adaptation.
The Shonen Magazine Edge website describes the story:
In the land north of Britannia, there is a forest where humans are not allowed to go, and it is known as the "Fairy King's Forest." The one known as The Fairy King, Harlequin, has not been seen for 700 years. His younger sister Elaine guards the Fountain of Youth from human greed by herself. After many partings and 700 years of isolation, her tears are about to dry up. Then, a young man appears seeking the Fountain of Youth. That young man's name is Ban. Over the course of seven days with Ban, Elaine's heart is healed. The distance between them closes, but...
Source: Animate Times
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