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The Seven Heavenly Virtues Anime's Cast, January 26 Premiere Revealed

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda

The official Twitter account for the television anime adaptation of Hobby Japan's The Seven Heavenly Virtues (Nanatsu no Bitoku) multimedia project revealed the anime's main cast on Monday. The cast includes:

Yumi Uchiyama as Michael (Faith)

Asami Seto as Uriel (Patience)

Sakura Nakamura as Sariel (Kindness)

Shiori Izawa as Sandalphon (Diligence)

Ari Ozawa as Metatron (Charity)

Lynn as Raphael (Temperance)

Hiyori Nitta as Gabriel (Chastity)

The Twitter account also revealed on Monday that the anime will premiere on January 26 on AT-X at 24:25 (effectively 12:45 a.m. on January 27). Hobby Japan's YouTube channel will also stream the series starting on January 29.

The project is connected to Hobby Japan's Seven Mortal Sins (sin Nanatsu no Taizai) multimedia franchise.

In the show's story, the "Seven Mortal Sins," demons from hell, have pressed forward and have started to spread their plague. Heaven is in chaos, and the angels of the "Seven Heavenly Virtues" are sent to Earth to search for a candidate to become the "true messiah."

Shinji Ishihira (Fairy Tail, Log Horizon, Heybot!) is directing the anime at the studio Bridge. Niθ is credited with the original character designs, and Masanori Iizuka (animation director for Dog Days, Fairy Tail) is the character designer, prop designer, and chief animation director.

Other staff members include:

The official Twitter account for the anime also began serializing a manga by zunta starting on December 1.

The 12-episode Seven Mortal Sins anime premiered on April 14. Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired, and Funimation streamed the series with an English dub.

Source: Comic Natalie

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