The charm of Black Clover's magic has touched many manga readers, especially the younger ones. Those born in the late 1990s or early 2000s are more likely to have been exposed to the work of Yuki Tabata than those of earlier authors such as Masashi Kishimoto. Naruto.

Nevertheless, Own Black Clover is very related to Naruto. Obviously, there are many Weekly Shonen Jump manga that seem to be inspired by the blonde ninja manga: Another contemporary title is Kohei Horikoshi's My Hero Academia, which used tables and some plot options as a model, but Jujutsu Kaisen also used some Naruto tropes out of. though they then reject her in their own way.

However, it seems that Black Clover made the best of Naruto. Also according to Shueisha publisher's intentions, the Tabata manga should be the heir to the Shonen on Ninja. User Dasien wanted to underline how very obvious inspirations are, both in setting the tables and in some speeches. Apparently That's not enough to say that Black Clover copies Narutoas there are 16 parallels out of 350+ chapters, so a small number, and many of these are tropes typically used in most Weekly Shonen Jump-Shonen.

However, the way Masashi Kishimoto inspired Yuki Tabata and many other mangakas is very clear and bears witness to this how Naruto left his mark in subsequent generations.

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