|“|| If Sin is a part of the Grand Design, is not Sin then, by definition, divine?|
— The Riddle of Sorrows
Due to the early Apocalypse and the destruction of Mankind, they escaped and made their way to Earth, where each one is transforming the Earth into a unique hellish environment of their own design. Fury is tasked by the Charred Council to hunt and kill them.
- Pride, Keeper of the Vigil
- Avarice, The Collector
- Wrath, The Molten Lord
- Sloth, Lord of the Flies
- Envy, Resentment Made Flesh
- Lust, Ruler of Twisted Desire
- All of the seven Sins have an aspect in the story that is ironic with the sin they embody.
- Envy - Envy was so jealous of the power that the other Sins possessed that she created a talisman to siphon off their energy. This talisman proved to be her own end after Fury trapped her inside of it.
- Wrath - While most of the Sins immediately engage in combat with Fury, Wrath has a moment of calm where he admires how beautiful Fury is.
- Avarice - During his fight with Fury, Avarice battles by throwing various things that he has horded at her, effectively destroying pieces of his own collection.
- Sloth - Though he is initially hesitant to battle, Sloth is quick to action after the destruction of his throne.
- Lust - While Lust is usually associated with sexual desire, Lust is androgynous, eliminating any sexual aspect.
- Gluttony - Gluttony is defeated by swallowing underwater bombs.
- Pride - Pride has scars surrounding her right eye which she is so ashamed of, she hides them by covering her entire face with a mask.
- Avarice is the only member of the Seven Deadly Sins to not have his name based on his Sin, Greed.
- However, it should be noted that the word Avarice does mean insatiable greed for riches; inordinate, miserly desire to gain and hoard wealth.