Black Clover Film Unveils 2nd Commemorative Visual

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We gave a tearful farewell to Asta and the gang of the misfits in March, but we’re not leaving them behind in 2021! Jump Festa 2022’s Black Clover stage event revealed a new commemorative visual depicting Yuno for the upcoming film, matching Asta’s from the film’s announcement:

 

Additional details about the film, such as release date and title, are yet to be revealed.

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Based on the manga by Yūki Tabata, Black Clover was directed by Tatsuya Yoshihara and Ayataka Tanemura at Studio Pierrot, starring Nobunaga Shimazaki (Free!) and Gakuto Fujiwara (Fire Force) as Yuno and Asta as they strove to become the next Wizard King.

If you’re a fan of shounen anime with a lot of heart, don’t miss all 170 episodes of Black Clover in English dub, right here on Funimation!

Synopsis: Asta and Yuno are two orphans who want the same thing: to become the Wizard King. Locked in a friendly rivalry, they work hard towards their goal. While Yuno excels at magic, Asta has a problem uncommon in this world: he has no powers! But, on the day they receive their grimoires, they surprise everyone. To reach their goal, they’ll each find their own path to greatness—with or without magic. 

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Are you hyped for the return of Black Clover? Share this post and let us know! And stay tuned to Funimation for all the latest Shonen Jump news out of Jump Festa 2022.

Source: Black Clover official Twitter account

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