Announced this Monday in the 50th issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, Black Clover by author Yuki Tabata is on a two-week break and will return in issue 52 of WSJ. The magazine listed the reason as the author has come down with a “sudden illness”. All the best to author Yuki Tabata! Breaks are good things, especially when sick, it’s horrible to work ALL the time as that’s how you end up burning yourself out. We hope he gets all the rest he needs and feels better soon!
The author has a lot on his plate, with the new Black Clover movie on the horizon and the manga entering its final arc, make sure you send him your well wishes!
About Black Clover:
Created by author Yuki Tabata, Black clover was launched in Weekly Shonen Jump on February 15th. The anime got its first release in Japan in October 2017 with an initial run of 52 episodes and season 2 of the series was picked up in October 2019 and ended with its 170th episode in March 2021.
The series follows Asta and Yuno who are both found abandoned at a church. Now grown up in a world full of amazing magic powers, Yuno is blessed with exceptional magic abilities meanwhile Asta is the only person in this world without any. At the age of 15, the two receive grimoires, magic books to amplify their magic. Asta receives a rare Grimoire of Anti-Magic that negates and repels his opponent’s spells and magic. Asta and Yuno gear up to achieve their joint dream, to become the world’s greatest magic knight, the Wizard King!