‘The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgment’: Will it suffer same Season 3 fate?

The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon's Judgment

Fans are now looking forward to the coming of The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgment. As this will be the final season of the series, viewers have great expectations for the show.

However, major complaints emerged due to the low animation quality of Season 3. With that, there are questions if The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgment will suffer the same fate.

Fears for the final season’s animation

There are a lot of memes circulating online about how bad the third season’s animation was.

According to Anime News Network, the decline in animation quality had something to do with the sudden studio change that happened when production was already starting.

Studio A1 helmed the anime’s Seasons 1 and 2 and handed the making of Season 3 to Studio Deen. With the little time it got, it might be safe to assume that the animation suffered.

The studio, reportedly, didn’t specialize in doing shonen anime. It also came to the point that some of the episodes were outsourced to Marvy Jack.

The two studios worked together in a rush that resulted in a “disjointed anime.”

As Studio Deen will handle The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgment’s animation, fans fear it may have the same fate.

The final installment is expected to have a number of episodes. However, due to the time crunch, some of its episodes may also be outsourced.

Anyhow, there may still be some hope for the last few episodes. As Studio Deen now has past experiences in animating anime, its animation may have improved.

The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon's Judgment

New season’s theme songs, release date, and more

Meanwhile, The Seven Deadly Sins’ official website dropped a new promotional video for The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgment.

The clip gave a glimpse of the new installment’s theme song artists. It also included a preview to the theme song, “Hikari Are” or “Let There Be Light” in English by Akihito Okano.

On the other hand, Hiroyuki Sawano and ReoNa collaborated for the anime’s ending theme song, using the unit name “SawanoHiroyuki[nZk]: ReoNa.” Together, they performed the closing tune, titled “Time.”

Sawano composed and arranged both of the opening and ending theme songs.

The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgment is initially set to be out this October. However, with the widespread of the coronavirus, the movie, TV, and anime productions were put to a full stop.

Now, it has a new release date, and it is set to be out on Jan. 6, 2021, in Japan. The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgment will also stream on Netflix next year.

Featured images used courtesy of Netflix Anime/YouTube Screenshots

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