“Black Clover” Announces 1st Anime Film Adaptation

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The 17th issue of Weekly Shōnen Jump announced on 29th March that Yūki Tabata’s “Black Clover” manga is getting an anime film. The manga also celebrates its 6th anniversary in 2021. A teaser visual and special promotional video is revealed for the announcement.

The manga’s anime adaptation premiered in Japan in October 2017 and ended in its 170th episode on 30th March. The anime series is directed by “Yatterman Night” director and animated by Studio Pierrot.

The story centers around Asta, a young orphan who was raised from birth after being abandoned at an orphanage along with his fellow orphan, Yuno. 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.

▼ Teaser visual by the anime’s character designer Itsuko Takeda

Special PV

Staff and Production

Original Work: Yūki Tabata [Serializing at Weekly Shōnen Jump]
Director: Tatsuya Yoshihara
Series Composition: Kazuyuki Fudeyasu
Character Design :Itsuko Takeda
Sub Character Design: Kumiko Tokunaga
Prop Design: Kosei Takahashi
Color Design: Aiko Shinohara
Music: Minako Seki
Animation: Studio Pierrot

■ Asta – CV: Gakuto Kajiwara
■ Yuno – CV: Nobunaga Shimazaki
■ Yami Sukehiro – CV: Junichi Suwabe
■ Noelle Silva – CV: Kana Yūki
■ Finral Roulacase – CV: Jun Fukuyama
■ Magna Swing – CV: Genki Muro
■ Luck Voltia – CV: Ayumu Murase
■ Gauche Adlai – CV: Satoshi Hino
■ Vanessa Enoteca – CV: Nana Mizuki
■ Charmy Papittoson – CV: Kiyono Yasuno
■ Gordon Agrippa – CV: Kenichiro Matsuda
■ Julius Novachrono – CV: Toshiyuki Morikawa
■ Mimosa Vermillion – CV: Asuka Nishi
■ Klaus Lunette – CV: Takuma Terashima
■ Charlotte Roselei – CV: Yū Kobayashi
■ Jack the Ripper – CV: Daisuke Namikawa
■ Licht – CV: Takahiro Sakurai

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