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Short break for Black Clover

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Published on Feb 11, 2020

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Through the pages of issue 11 of Weekly Shonen Jump, which is available in Japan for purchase, Shueisha announced that Black Clover, the manga written and illustrated by Yuki Tabata, you will stop for one week.

This is to be understood that the manga is the highlight of the Jump will not be published in issue 12 of the magazine (17 February) to return immediately in the 13th (February 22).

Shueisha has not publicly stated the reasons behind the break, but Tabata-sensei is always toe-cap, with its deadlines and publications, therefore a break is granted.

The ASPIRATIONS, the RIVALRIES, the CHALLENGES TO the SOUND OF SPELLS, Born with no magical skills, mocked by all, the young protagonist of this engrossing fantasy does not intend to yield to destiny, and grow a dream... In a world where magic is everything, he wants to become the most powerful of wizards!

Black Clover is a manga of the shonen genre fantasy, action and comedy, written and drawn by Yuki Tabata. The manga began serialization on Weekly Shonen Jump (Shueisha) from February 16, 2015 and at the moment have been made of the 239 chapters. The first 228 are collected in 23 volumes.

In Italy, the manga is published by Planet Manga, and at the time the publication is now in volume 21.

The animated series of Black Clover, produced by Studio Pierrot (Naruto), he made his debut in Japan in 2017, and now has 121 episodes transmitted. The anime is obviously still in progress, and in Italy you can watch it with Italian subtitles, and legally through the streaming platform on-demand Crunchyroll.

Short break for Black Clover is MangaForever.net

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