With just 31 days remaining, the excitement of Black Clover's fans is palpable. Studio Pierrot, known for its exceptional animation prowess, takes charge of the production, while the talented Ayataka Tanemura returns to direct the film. Adding to the thrill, the movie will be available for streaming on Netflix. To give fans a taste of what's to come, new preview images have been unveiled:
Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King Movie – New Preview Images
Originally slated for a simultaneous release in theaters across Japan and on Netflix worldwide on March 31, the movie encountered delays due to production challenges triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, fans can now look forward to the long-awaited spectacle. Apart from Ayataka Tanemura, the director, the movie's main staff includes Itsuko Takeda as the character designer, Minako Seki as the music composer, and Johnny Onda credited as one of the scriptwriters. Ensuring the fidelity to the Black Clover universe, the original story will be supervised by none other than Yuki Tabata, the acclaimed author of Black Clover. Feast your eyes on the latest trailer:
One of the movie's highlights is the appearance of several past Wizard Kings, portrayed by an exceptional cast of voice actors:
- Toshihiko Seki as Conrad
- Fumiya Takahashi as Jester Galandros
- Houchu Ohtsuka as Edward
- Marie Iitoyo as Milly Maxwell
- Miyuki Sawashiro as Princia
Black Clover, an anime based on Yuki Tabata's manga, debuted in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump in 2015 and has since garnered a dedicated following. With 33 volumes currently available, the franchise continues to captivate audiences. The anime adaptation, produced by studio Pierrot, aired from 2017 to 2021, encompassing an impressive 170 episodes. For those eager to catch up on the series, it can be streamed on Crunchyroll.
In addition to the upcoming movie, fans can anticipate an exciting mobile game titled "Black Clover: The Opening of Fate," currently under development. Initially planned for release this year, the game's launch has been postponed to 2023, ensuring an immersive gaming experience that stays true to the Black Clover universe.