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The Black Clover Anime Is Ending at the Ideal Time

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Black Clover Updates: News of the end of the Black Clover anime may be frustrating to viewers, but it might also ensure the franchise’s future.

The announcement that Black Clover is going to air its final March 30 episode may come as a disappointment to viewers. Worldwide, the show is successful, the anime has just entered what seemed to be a long and thrilling arc, and the manga is still being published. But the anime coming to an end shouldn’t dishearten Black Clover fans so much — this is probably the best moment for it to do so.

One of the main reasons why Black Clover viewers enjoy the program is the continuity and timing. Episodes have been published on a very tight, weekly schedule from the very beginning and throughout the entire life of this program.

During Japan’s lockdown last year due to the pandemic, during which time animators and those working on the show were not permitted to join their workspaces to continue production, the only time the show stopped broadcasting was. In general, compared to other shonen anime, Black Clover has had a very limited episode-count.

In the past few months, with the expectation that the anime will not catch up to the manga too soon, Black Clover produced anime-canon series. The mangaka season, Yūki Tabata, also proposed these episodes and centered on world-building and character development.

The lack of filler, which is one of its greatest strengths, has held the anime true to its source content. That said, this is also probably the reason why the show ends in March.

It is now dangerously close to keeping up with the manga due to the rapid timing the show took on over the duration of its run. This is not a bad thing, but it leads to the question: what’s going to happen?

It seems that putting the show to an end is the solution. Although this may sad or upset more than a few people, it’s really a positive thing.

In this high-stakes arc, the sudden end will leave Black Clover anime fans uncertain what would happen next. With too many unanswered questions, especially about the origin of Asta, this might even show the world that the fanbase is alive and ready for what’s next, thus ensuring the existence of Black Clover regardless of what it looks like.

Black Clover Anime Is Ending

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This turn of events could also improve the manga’s sales, which will further support the belief that the manga appears to be worthy of an anime of some way or another.

As far as the plot’s direction is concerned, the end of the anime now holds the integrity of what has already been published intact, as well as the protection of what has not yet been released.

So far, the series has remained faithful to the manga, and it seems in-character to continue in that manner to avoid in some way jeopardizing the original vision.

This could interrupt the events that Tabata had in mind if the anime continued on beyond the manga. There have been mixed reviews of several anime that have followed this controversial approach, such as the original Fullmetal Alchemist anime. Often, ending a series and then continuing the plot in another version is not rare, as was done in Naruto: Shippuden.

The announcement of the final episode and the end of the show suggests that after the season finale there will be a “big announcement.” Some have suggested that a Black Clover movie may be on the way, but a sequel to the Black Clover anime that will finish where the current show leaves off is one of the more common theories.

The other theory is that the anime will pick up, but will be aired as a seasonal series rather than a regular running one, under the same show. We’re going to have to see what the announcement means for the future, but regardless of what it is, Black Clover’s limits are sure to be surpassed.

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