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Technical Information
Japanese 悪ノ大罪
Romaji Aku no Taizai
Publication Information
Author(s) HR (SHDX)
Publisher PHP Institute
Release Date December 24, 2013
Media Type Manga
Pages 25
Illustrator(s) Tamara
Published in Waltz of Evil: The Deadly Sins of Evil Guidebook
Chronology
Series Deadly Sins of Evil
For other uses, see Deadly Sins of Evil (disambiguation)

Deadly Sins of Evil is a collection of yonkoma manga included in Waltz of Evil: The Deadly Sins of Evil Guidebook, released December 24, 2013. It was written by HR (SHDX) and illustrated by Tamara. The manga parodies the events of the series of the same name with outrageous and exaggerated portrayals of the characters and their actions throughout various media.

The Lunacy of Duke VenomaniaEdit

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OverviewEdit

The Lunacy of Duke Venomania is the first manga in the collection. Loosely following some of the events present in the light novel adaptation for the series, the characters from the original story are given exaggerated and comedic portrayals of their personalities. The manga details Duke Venomania's antics with his harem and Karchess' woes as he attempts to infiltrate the mansion, as well as unwantingly attracting the eye of the lustful Duke while the ladies are up to no good, such as ratting out each other, scribbling on the duke, and dressing Karchess as a Playboy bunny.

Evil Food Eater ConchitaEdit

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OverviewEdit

Evil Food Eater Conchita is the second manga in the collection. Loosely following some of the events present in the light novel adaptation for the series, the characters from the original story are given exaggerated and comedic portrayals of their personalities. The manga details the budding yet awkward relationship between Banica and Carlos, the haste to serve Banica the food she desires, and Platonic being foiled by the mansion's mischievous pair of servants.

The Daughter of EvilEdit

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OverviewEdit

The Daughter of Evil is the third manga in the collection. Loosely following some of the events present in the light novel adaptations for the series, particularly the first two, the characters from the original story are given exaggerated and comedic portrayals of their personalities. The manga parodies the dramatic scene after Riliane and Allen swap clothes as well as Elluka's attempts to retrain Michaela and Gumillia to act like normal humans.

Gift from the Princess who Brought SleepEdit

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OverviewEdit

Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep is the fourth manga in the collection. Loosely following some of the events present in the original song, the characters from the original story are given exaggerated and comedic portrayals of their personalities. The manga reexamines Margarita's downtrodden state due to her husband's philandering and the result of her friend Julia's "advice".

Fifth PierrotEdit

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OverviewEdit

Fifth Pierrot is the fifth manga in the collection. Loosely following some of the events present in the original song, the characters from the original story are given exaggerated and comedic portrayals of their personalities. The manga portrays Lemy's duties for Père Noël as Pierrot as well as his tutelage under "Ms. Santa".

The Tailor of EnbizakaEdit

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OverviewEdit

The Tailor of Enbizaka is the sixth manga in the collection. Loosely following some of the events present in the original song, the characters from the original story are given exaggerated and comedic portrayals of their personalities. The manga shows Kayo Sudou's continuous attempts to gain the attention of her "lover" so he will come back to her and portrays the lengths she will go to to earn his love.

Judgment of CorruptionEdit

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OverviewEdit

Judgment of Corruption is the final manga in the collection. Loosely following some of the events present in the original song, the characters from the original story are given exaggerated and comedic portrayals of their personalities. The manga parodies the dichotomy between Gallerian's behavior in the courtroom and his behavior towards his daughter, portraying the serious and greedy Gallerian during work as flamboyant and obsessive, albeit still greedy, to please his daughter at home.

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