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Discussion in 'Nanatsu no Taizai' started by Nataly, Oct 23, 2018.

  1. Nataly

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    The strongest selling point for the series is definitely the characters. They have typical characteristics for Shonen but with the added 'extras.' Sharpness, cynicism, outrageousness, specific humor (which should be number one) only add to the overall interest, at least for me.
    Diane, Hawk, Ban, Meliodas, Elizabeth, all very particular characters. The pig definitely represents cynicism. The bar gave me Howl's Moving Castle vibes.
    I wouldn't say Meliodas has an adequate behavior. His and Ban's personalities are something else. Evil mixture of fierceness and brutality. Grimmjow comes to mind.
    Apart from characters, the mystery in the plot, dynamics of the fights, the drawing style are on point and motivating enough for me to keep reading NnT.