Black clover ‘s manga has reached another impressive sales milestone! Yuki Tabata’s original manga series recently celebrated its sixth anniversary in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine with the fact that it had finally passed over 12 million copies in print. That seems like a much lower number than expected given the hype surrounding the animated series, but now that the anime is over, it looks like fans who were already hoping for more have headed for the series’ manga. This resulted in another important sales milestone!
The latest issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine reported that Black clover has reached more than 15 million copies printed and in circulation worldwide. So those numbers are climbing steadily across the world, and while it’s not as fast of a hit as some of the other big hits recently like Jujutsu kaisen, the support for Black Clover is indeed there.
The manga is currently the only way to enjoy the new stories in the series for now, unfortunately. With Black clover ‘With the anime ending 170 episodes earlier this spring, it ended with the rest of the Spade Kingdom saga still playing out with the final chapters of the series. The anime series may be over, but that won’t be the end of the anime franchise as a whole. He will be back with his very first film.
Black clover has announced that it will be releasing a feature film at some point in the future, but unfortunately there are very few concrete details on what we can expect to see. It’s unclear whether or not he will adapt what’s to come in the Spade Kingdom arc to continue the animated series, or whether or not that will be an original story instead. But it’s an exciting prospect nonetheless as she will continue the anime franchise.
If you wanted an easy way to follow the manga, you can currently find the three most recent chapters (completely free) in Viz Media’s Shonen Jump digital library. A subscription opens the entire back catalog of the series (along with everything else in the manga library), and the chapters drop in Japan at the same time. But what do you think Black cloverthe most recent milestone of? Let us know your thoughts in the comments or you can even contact me directly about all the animated stuff and other cool stuff. @Valdezology on Twitter!