Japanese author Yuki Tabata has reached another milestone for reaching more than 15 million copies of his Black Clover manga. According to the news, since its publication in February 2015, the manga already garnered more than 28 volumes, resulting in 15 million print copies.
It’s all thanks to the weekly update by the author for the Black Clover manga series. Currently, the manga is part of the Weekly Shonen Jump publication by Shueisha. While the anime production has been stopped, it seems that it’s not the reason for manga fans to stop supporting the series.
"Black Clover" by Yuuki Tabata has 15 million copies in circulation worldwide. pic.twitter.com/5T1cv6ss43
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The Black Clover anime has been concluded last March 2021 after the release of the Black Clover Episode 170. Following the airing of the final episode, the production team behind the top-hit anime series that anime fans should watch out for the upcoming Black Clover anime.
As of writing, Yuki Tabata’s Black Clover manga series is almost close to reaching a total of 300 manga chapters. With the upcoming Black Clover Chapter 294 releasing on May 30th, fans are now excited to see more action in the Spade Kingdom Arc as Asta and the others fight the Dark Triad and the devils.
Regarding the return of the Black Clover anime, we still don’t have any news about this matter. It’s likely that Black Clover anime fans will be getting the news about the series after the release of the Black Clover movie.
About Black Clover
Black Clover follows the story of Asta, a boy born without any magical power. Asta dreams of becoming the next Wizard King and with the help of the devil inside him and his friends, he starts striving to achieve his dream.
Black Clover is a Japanese manga series written by Yuki Tabata. The manga series was serialized by Shueisha in February 2015. Since its serialization, the manga already reached 28 volumes. In October 2017, studio Pierrot released the first season of the anime adaptation of Black Clover.