The Black Clover manga series has been on hiatus for over three months. Yuki Tabata, the series’ creator, took a hiatus from illustrating because he felt he needed to prepare before writing the forthcoming arc, which would be the final arc of the Black Clover series.
The Black Clover manga series returns on August 1 with chapter 332, titled “A little over a year after the fierce battle.” Asta and many others have been summoned!?” According to sources, the last arc of Black Clover is named “Those who become the Strongest Wizard King.”
The information comes from @shonenleaks, who routinely gets his hands on the new Weekly Shonen Jump magazine (which publishes the Black Clover manga series) a few days before the official publication. The cover of Weekly Shonen Jump issue 34, according to the leaker, suggests a one-year time jump for the Black Clover series.
Because of the time jump of more than a year, some of our primary characters, such as Yuno, Asta, and Noel, are now 18 or older. Fans might finally witness Asta and Noel’s romance blossom. We will also witness time skip characters whose look might drastically alter. Asta’s height may have increased, or his voice may have become louder.
The anime adaptation of the Black Clover manga series concluded its run on March 30, 2021, with the last episode airing. The production team has not said when or if the Black Clover anime series would be revived.
The Black Clover manga story is now exposing some surprising new information, including the name of the time devil, which could transform one of the most adored characters into a traitor. Black Clover may not be as long as One Piece, but it will undoubtedly become a favourite manga series for many people if the last arc is completed well.
Manga Plus describes the manga series as follows:
Young Asta was born with no magic ability in a world where magic is everything. In order to prove his strength and keep a promise with his friend, Asta dreams of becoming the greatest mage in the land, the Wizard King!
Source: Weekly Shonen Jump Issue 34 Via Twitter