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Technical Information
Japanese 悪ノ四重奏
Romaji Aku no Karutetto
Publication Information
Author(s) Akuno-P
Cover Artist Tamara
Publisher PHP Institute
Release Date December 20, 2014
Media Type Manga (soft cover)
Pages 160
Illustrator(s) Tamara
ISBN 978-4-569-82202-0
Chronology
Series Deadly Sins of Evil

Quartets of Evil is a yonkoma manga volume released on December 20, 2014. The manga was illustrated by Tamara and based upon the characters and events of the Deadly Sins of Evil and Clockwork Lullaby series.

Publisher SummaryEdit

The Deadly Sins of Evil series?

It began with a novel series based on the musical works of The Daughter of Evil, The Servant of Evil, and the Seven Deadly Sins Series. Each song has a connection, set in the Evillious region at various times, unfolding as a grand historical tale by various people. It started with Moonlit Bear and Chrono Story of Original Sin, The Daughter of Evil of Pride, Evil Food Eater Conchita of Gluttony, The Tailor of Enbizaka of Envy, The Lunacy of Duke Venomania of Lust, Judgment of Corruption of Greed, Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep of Sloth, and The Muzzle of Nemesis of Wrath. The misfortunate fate of those involved with the Seven Deadly Sins is spun.

Plot SummaryEdit

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Conceptualization and OriginEdit

  • A quartet typically refers to a group of four people playing music or singing together; it can also refer to any group of four people or things, possibly a reference to its nature as a yonkoma.

CuriositiesEdit

  • A limited edition purchase of both the manga and The Daughter of Evil: Act 2 from Animate Online Shop was to include a "Trump of Evil" deck of playing cards; due to the release date change to Act 2, the special benefit is instead given out at the register of select shops with proof of purchase of both manga.[1]
  • When trying to transform a Very Amazing Green Onion, Michaela sings Eva's Polka, which was covered by Hatsune Miku and became one of her most popular works.
  • After Michaela rejects Allen's confession, she mentions the song to the Vocaloid song I Don't Care Who, Somebody Go Out with Me made by Takkyu Shounen and sung by Kagamine Len.

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