Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine’s eleventh issue uncovered on Monday that Yūki Tabata’s Black Clover manga won’t have another part in the magazine’s twelfth issue on February 17.
Black Clover is a Japanese manga arrangement composed and outlined by Yūki Tabata. It has been serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine since February 16, 2015, and has been gathered into 22 tankōbon volumes. The story revolves around Asta, a little fellow apparently conceived with no enchantment power, something that is obscure on the planet he lives in. With his individual mages from the Black Bulls, Asta plans to turn into the following Wizard King.
The manga has been adjusted into an original video activity delivered by Xebec, which was discharged in 2017, likewise to an anime arrangement created by Pierrot, which likewise debuted in Japan in 2017. The manga arrangement was authorized for an English language discharge in North America by Viz Media, while the anime arrangement is authorized by Crunchyroll and Funimation.
“The series focuses on Asta, a young orphan who was raised from birth after being abandoned at an orphanage along with his fellow orphan, Yuno. While everyone is born with the ability to utilize Mana in the form of Magical Power, Asta is the only exception. He tries to gain magical power through physical training. Conversely, Yuno was born as a prodigy with immense magical power and the talent to control wind magic. Motivated by a desire to become the next Wizard King, an authority figure second to the king of Clover Kingdom, the two youths developed a friendly rivalry. Yuno obtains a legendary four-leaf grimoire held by the kingdom’s first Wizard King. Asta, despite his lack of magic, obtained the mysterious five-leaf grimoire, which contains mysterious elf swords and rare anti-magic. Afterward, he and Yuno each join a Magic Knight squad as the first step to fulfill their ambitions.“
“(C) Yūki Tabata, Shueisha / “Black Clover” Production Committee”