The manga written and illustrated by Yuuki Tabata, Black clover, will not have a new chapter in the next edition of the magazine Weekly Shonen Jump from the publisher Shueisha, scheduled for June 8.

The manga will resume its serialization in issue # 29, scheduled for June 15. The manga written and illustrated by Yuuki Tabata began to be published in the Shueisha publisher Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in February 2015. The publisher published the twenty-third compilation volume on January 4.

The play is inspiring an anime adaptation that has been on air since October 2017. However, due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on production, airing of new episodes is currently suspended, and has not been reported a resumption date.

Synopsis of Black Clover

In a world full of magic, two children are abandoned the same day in a church, Asta and Yuno. While Yuno grows up demonstrating immense power, Asta dreams of becoming the greatest magician of all time. However, it seems to be the only one on earth that lacks magical power.

Source: @WSJ_manga

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