Black Clover volume 32

Black Clover moves from Weekly Shonen Jump to Jump Giga

Issue 38 of Weekly Shonen Jump will carry the last chapter of Yuki Tabata’s manga Black Clover before it returns in the winter edition of Jump Giga according to Twitter.

“Notice to readers
Thank you for your continued support.

#BlackClover will end serialization with the 38th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, which is available today, and resume serialization in Jump Giga scheduled for release in the winter.”

It is not uncommon for manga to switch magazines in the midst of serialization; usually this is done as series become more or less popular, or if the pace of work changes. Black Clover had gone on hiatus intermittently in the past few years.

Jump Giga is a quarterly magazine, being published in the spring, summer, fall and winter.

Both Weekly Shonen Jump and Jump Giga are imprints of Shueisha.

Young orphan Asta dreams of becoming the next Wizard King. The only problem is, Asta cannot wield magic, and, to his dismay, his friend and fellow orphan Yuno can conjure up spells amazingly. After receiving their grimoires, the two join separate Magic Knight squads — Asta with the Black Bulls and Yuno with the Golden Dawn. Thus begins the journey…

Black Clover is written and illustrated by Yuki Tabata and first serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump on February 16th, 2015. In North America, the English-translated manga is available from both Viz Media and on Shueisha’s own Manga Plus app.

Source: Twitter

© Yuki Tabata/SHUEISHA


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