Thr original Seven Deadly Sins manga might have ended but it seems like the author Suzaki has a found a way to continue the series with a new generation of characters

According to twitter user @WSJ_MANGA, a reliable source of information about Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine, Seven Deadly Sins will be receiving a new one-shot focused on Ban and Eliane’s child Lancelot in upcoming issue 34-35.

For those who don’t know a one-shot is a standalone manga which tells a completed story inbetween 40-60 pages. Most of Jump series first starts off as a one-shot as testing product and if the series recives positive response then it is greenlit for a full serialization.

Just like other characters in the series, who are based on Chrétien de Troyes’s Erec and Enide, Lancelot is is one of the Knights of the Round Table in the Arthurian legend where he typically features as King Arthur’s greatest companion and one of his greatest knights. In the best-known tradition, Lancelot is orphaned son of King Ban of Benwick, raised in a fairy realm by the Lady of the Lake.

Also it was revealed that a new teaser for upcoming fourth season of anime titled Nanatsu no Taizai: Anger’s Judgement will be released in the upcoming issue. The third season is arriving on Netflix in August 6.

About Seven Deadly Sins (Nanatsu no Taizai)

Written by Nakaba Suzuki, The Seven Deadly Sins is Japanese Shounen manga published in Kodansha’s Weekly Shounen Magazine since 2012.

The Seven Deadly Sins were once an active group of knights in the region of Britannia, who disbanded after they supposedly plotted to overthrow the Liones Kingdom. Their supposed defeat came at the hands of the Holy Knights, but rumors continued to persist that they were still alive. Ten years later, the Holy Knights staged a coup d’état and captured the king, becoming the new, tyrannical rulers of the kingdom. The third princess, Elizabeth Liones, then starts out on a journey to find the Seven Deadly Sins and enlist their help in taking back the kingdom from the Holy Knights.

The source material inspired three anime seasons consisting of 24 episodes with an original anime movie all available on Netflix.