"The Seven Deadly Sins" manga spin-off where its characters are reimagined as high school students is now coming to an end. In Kodansha's Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine November issue, the magazine releases Mayoe! Nanatsu no Taizai Gakuen! final chapter. The series' last compiled book should be shipped to Japan by November 17.
Aside from the high school spin-off, the series also had other adaptations, including one in November by Chie Sakamoto entitled "Nanatsu noTaizai Production" and another with a crossover chapter of "Fairy Tail" back in 2013. The hilarious high school spin-off was launched by Jūichi Kugi is based on Nakaba Suzuki's "The Seven Deadly Sins" aka "Nanatsu no Taizai" characters and the lives they had if they were in high school. The series also had two TV anime and two OVAs.
The original manga was released in Weekly Shōnen Magazine in 2012 and Kodansha Comics published its 22nd compiled volume in September. Its first English version was published in 2014 while the 16th volume is shipped in September. Fans also read the series via Crunchyroll who posts every new chapter as it appears in Japan.
Kodansha Comics, the original manga's publisher, describes the storyline of the school comedy spin-off:
The gang was initially accused of attempting to overthrow the kingdom which resulted to the warriors being exiled. Fortunately, Princess Elizabeth learned about the truth where the Sins were just framed by the guards of the king aka Holy Knights. Now the Princess is on the run to find the Sins and help her regain her throne. Things get a little interesting when the first Sin the Princess finds is a small innkeeper named Meliodas who has a talking pig and doesn't even have his own sword. Maybe the powers of the seven deadly sins aren't really as strong as people think they are... or maybe not.