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Black Clover Anime television series


Yūki Tabata launched Black Clover in the twelfth issue of Shueisha's shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump on February 16, 2015.[4] The manga is Tabata's second series in Weekly Shōnen Jump: his first series, Hungry Joker (ハングリー ジョーカー Hangurī Jōkā), was launched in the magazine on November 12, 2012, where it ran for 24 chapters before being cancelled in 2013.[1][5]
On February 9, 2015, Viz Media announced that they would publish the first three chapters of the series in their Weekly Shonen Jump digital magazine as part of their "Jump Start" program.[2] On March 30, 2015, they announced that the series would join their weekly lineup, beginning with chapter 4 on April 6, and publishing at an accelerated rate until the chapters were current with Japan.[6][7] Plans to release the series in print were announced in during their panel at New York Comic Con on October 9, 2015.[8]


An original video animation produced by Xebec that is based on the series was shown at the 2016 Jump Festa between November 27 and December 18, 2016.[9][10][11] It will be bundled with the 11th volume of the manga, which was released on May 2, 2017.[12]
At the Black Clover Jump Festa event on December 18, 2016, an anime television series adaptation by Pierrot was announced.[12] It is directed by Tatsuya Yoshihara, with Kazuyuki Fudeyasu writing scripts, Itsuko Takeda doing character designs, and Minako Seki composing the music.[13] The anime premiered on October 3, 2017.[14][3] Kankaku Piero is performing the opening theme, while the ending theme is "Aoi Honō" (Blue Flame) by Itowokashi.[15] The series will run for 13 episodes.[16] Crunchyroll is streaming the series.[17] Funimation have licensed the series and will stream the English dub.[18]
Directed byTatsuya Yoshihara
Written byKazuyuki Fudeyasu
Music byMinako Seki
Licensed by
Original networkTV Tokyo
Original runOctober 3, 2017 – present

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