Black Clover is getting ready for its feature film debut around the world next year, and Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King is setting up fans for what to expect with a cool new promo! The TV run of the series might have come to an end quite a while ago, but it was announced that the anime franchise would be continuing with its debut movie project. Fans were left in the dark for quite a while as to what to look forward to with this new movie, and now that it's releasing next year, Black Clover has been showing off quite a lot from its big feature hitting in the Spring.
As Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King inches closer to its release, the franchise is celebrating itself with a cool new trailer not only highlighting how far Asta and Yuno have come in the anime release, but is looking ahead to what they could be getting into with the next movie. It's unfortunately lacking a ton of new footage, but it's a nice promo for those who are still itching for more of the anime. Check it out below:
What is Coming in Black Clover's New Movie?
Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King will be launching on Netflix worldwide on March 31st next year. Original series creator Yuki Tabata serves as the film's chief supervisor and provides the new character designs, Ayataka Tanemura returns from the TV anime to direct, Itsuko Takeda returns as character designer, and Minako Seki will be composing the music. The cast from the TV anime series is expected to return along with new additions like Toshihiko Seki as Conrad Leto, a brand new character.
As for what to expect from Black Clover's debut feature film, it's been confirmed by original creator Yuki Tabata that the movie will feature an original story. Exploring the past of the Clover Kingdom with the introduction of a former Wizard King, this new movie will be set outside of the events of both the anime and manga while likely being able to slot in either of these releases should the TV anime come back in full some day.
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