Fans of Black Clover were devastated when it was revealed last year that the anime series would be ending, with the series approaching the events of the book and finding a satisfactory conclusion to Asta, the future wizard king’s animated exploits.
Black Clover, is a Japanese anime story that was published in February 2015. Yuki Tabata is the author and illustrator of the series. Asta is the protagonist of the novel.
While the current news isn’t quite as bad, it appears that Black Clover fans will have to wait another week to watch Asta and his other captains battle crazily strong demonic powers.
Black Clover will not appear in next week’s Weekly Shonen Jump, according to Twitter outlet WSJ Manga, but will return to its usual schedule in the following issue.
Though the television series for Black Clover has come to an abrupt end, the Japanese anime company has assured fans of a new film that would presumably wrap up the story, if not pave the way for a new anime adaptation to reach the small screen, as written by the Verve Times website.
Battle against ultimate devil
Asta and his pals are continuing fighting demons in the Spade Kingdom Raid Arc, with Lucifero being exposed as the Ultimate Devil. The king of the demons now has some companions, which signals danger for the would-be king of the magicians.
The other demons were had been standing back as Lucifero fights Asta and the others, so this new devil was not merely a weird figure. The name of this demon is Adrammelech, and he appears to be on a lower level in the underworld than Lucifero.
Asta returns to the fight along with the other Captains who seem to be capable of making any move. Their reluctance to give up aside from being so much weaker is starting to irritate Lucifero, who just wants to kill Asta at whatever cost, so he attempts to persuade Adrammelech to join the Captains’ fight instead.
Lucifero was hailed as a supreme Satan, and his corporeal form was made available through the underworld’s second gate. He’s unfinished, but he’s still a force to be reckoned with, according to Comicbook.