Many fans were wary of the anime adaptation of “The Seven Deadly Sins” because it was produced by A-1 Pictures, a studio that has a history of controversy. Other well-known anime from this studio include “Blue Exorcist” and “Sword Art Online,” however it is infamous for sabotaging manga adaptations halfway through. While ‘The Seven Deadly Sins’ attempts the same thing, the animation nonetheless manages to shine in its own distinctive way. The plot centres around a young princess, Elizabeth, who is the protagonist of the anime. When she meets Meliodas, the leader of the fabled Deadly Sins, we find out just how important he is to the story. Both of them then went on a search for the other Sins that were still missing.
Despite how simple the plot may be, the anime’s world-building is its main draw. Other well-known fantasy gimmicks include historical fortifications and densely rendered woodlands. Its fantastical environment isn’t unusual, but the story’s influence on these components is what makes it interesting. The show’s characters are the show’s most important selling point. It is impossible to put down the two protagonists, and even their tiniest of developments are engrossing. Overall, ‘The Seven Deadly Sins’ isn’t flawless, yet it still manages to perfectly execute its shounen stereotypes. So, if you’ve already seen it, I’m guessing you’re on the hunt for more of the same! This is a list of all the anime that are similar to “The Seven Deadly Sins” that we could come up with.
9. Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood (2009-2010)
“Fullmetal Alchemist” must have left you scratching your head. Though it’s worth noting that each episode features a bright-eyed, young hero who just so happens to have blonde hair. Alchemists Meliodas and Edward Elric are the most powerful of the Seven Deadly Sins, yet they are also the youngest. Despite the striking resemblances between their protagonists, the underlying notion of the two shows is vastly dissimilar.
When two young brothers attempt a human transmutation, their lives go downhill. The two decide to search for the Philosopher’s Stone as a way to atone for the devastation they caused by engaging in the prohibited act.
8. Hunter X Hunter (2011-)
Monsters and other mythical creatures are still very much alive in the fanciful world of ‘Hunter X Hunter’. He is the son of a great hunter who went missing during one of his expeditions. Gon Freecss His quest to locate his father is sparked when he learns that his father is still alive and well. However, he must first become a licensed hunter in order to achieve this.
Both ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ and ‘Hunter X Hunter’ are based on the nightmares of a young protagonist. Gon, in contrast to Melodas from ‘The Seven Deadly Sins,’ retains a sense of wonder and magic in his dreams. But at the end, both characters have a clear goal in mind and are committed to achieving it.
7. Dragon Ball (1986-1989)
Bulma from ‘Dragon Ball’, like Elizabeth from ‘The Seven Deadly Sins,’ embarks on a quest to find something. In this situation, Bulma is looking for the seven Dragon Balls in order to fulfill her desires. Bulma encounters Goku in the same way Elizabeth meets Meliodas, an overconfident youngster. While traveling, they run with a number of interesting personalities, some even joining them for a short time. ‘Dragon Ball’ has a far smaller cast than ‘The Seven Deadly Sins,’ yet the underlying premise of both shows is remarkably similar.
6. Akatsuki no Yona (2014-2015)
The show’s female protagonist, Princess Yona, is exiled out of her own realm in the first episode. In spite of her well-to-do background, she now finds herself in a position where she must rely on the assistance of her few friends to get by in the world. Even though she was brought up in a lavish household, she shows a strong desire to topple the new monarch.
Elizabeth from ‘The Seven Deadly Sins’ has a lot in common with Princess Yona’s persona. While she is in the middle of a conflict, she must take care of herself as well. In the same way as Hak comes to Yona’s rescue, Meliodas comes to Elizabeth’s aid. Even when the odds are stacked against them, both of these female characters demonstrate incredible mental fortitude. “Akatsuki no Yona” and “The Seven Deadly Sins” share so many similarities that it’s almost like watching the same anime again, albeit with a little different plot and characters.
5. Rokka no Yusha (2015)
Seven Deadly Sins and Rokka no Yusha share more than one connection. Both anime include a diverse group of characters with a wide range of talents. Both Meliodas and Aldet from ‘Rokka no Yusha’ are overconfident in their talents, which makes them a perfect match. Even more interestingly, both shows involve a group of “heroes” who fight each other, only to discover that the real danger is right in front of them.
Nashetania joins Aldet on his quest to defeat the Demon Lord, a guy he claims to be the strongest in the world. Six of the Six Flowers’ Braves have joined them, and everything appears to be going swimmingly. But one day, a seventh member of the group bursts in and causes a rift among the other members of the group. In order to keep the team from disintegrating, Aldet must now discover who the rogue member is.
4. Soul Eater (2008-)
Because of its witty comedy and high-quality action, ‘Soul Eater’ is a popular anime. For the sake of not only safeguarding their city but also preparing to become a Death Scythe, Soul Eater Evans and his friends embark on a journey. Aside from Evans, each member of Evans’ crew adds something new to the plot because of their individual personalities and quirks. If you’re looking for a must-see anime, Soul Eater is one of the greatest.
‘Soul Eater’ tells the story of a kingdom under siege by evil powers, much like ‘The Seven Deadly Sins.’ A group of powerful individuals are attempting to combat these forces in order to safeguard the innocent. Both have seven primary characters, each of whom adds a unique flavor to the story’s narrative. There are many similarities between the series’ action sequences, and the intensity of both is so high that you’ll never get bored.
3. Trinity Seven (2014-)
Trinity Seven, like all of the other shows on this list, has a more upbeat tone than the rest of them. The narrative of Kasuga Karata, a youngster who nearly dies after his town is leveled by a massive earthquake, is told in an Ecchi. After a sequence of misfortunes, he is compelled to enroll in the Royal Biblia Academy, a prominent magic school. Trinity Seven—seven dangerous magical girls with various powers and abilities—are introduced to him here. He must now join forces with the Seven of the Trinity to preserve the planet from the impending peril.
The similarities between Arata and Meliodas are striking, and he never misses an occasion to make advances toward other women. Both characters, despite their terrible perversions, are steadfast in their desire to safeguard their worlds from evil powers. In both cases, the seven members of their respective teams have similar supernatural talents.
2. Akame ga Kill (2014)
An assassination team known as “Akame ga Kill” sets out to uncover the Prime Minister’s actual motives in “Akame ga Kill.” This town’s political leader looks hellbent on annihilating his own community. During the course of his investigation, Tatsumi, the current leader of the group, undergoes a dramatic shift in both his personal values and his previously held views. Akame and the Night Raid frequently engage in intense combat in a variety of settings in their quest to preserve the planet.
In ‘Akame ga Kill’, a group of primary characters are brought together to fight against a corrupt king in their city. As in the book “The Seven Deadly Sins,” the team’s many different personalities conflict early on. That doesn’t stop them from forming a good working relationship, though. Similarly, both series include an opponent who is a corrupt leader, and the gang of protagonists is devoted to defeating his tyrannical reign.
1. Fairy Tail (2009-)
‘Fairy Tail’ has a more lighthearted tone than ‘The Seven Deadly Sins,’ and the plot concentrates around the interactions between the many characters. However, despite their vastly differing plotlines and underlying themes of friendship and “never giving up,” the two shows have a lot in common. Both anime captivate you with their characters, and you grow to care about at least one of them as the series progresses. “Fairy Tail” is an anime that you should not miss out on if you loved watching “The Seven Deadly Sins.”