Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King – a magical mishmash of mayhem? (Netflix anime: trailer)
In the land of Clover Kingdom, magic ruled the world, and every aspiring mage dreamed of becoming the all-powerful Wizard King. That is, until the notorious Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King unleashed a whirlwind of animated chaos, giving every anime fan a chance to witness the epic battle between the new generation of mages and the legendary Wizard Kings of old.
In this soon-to-be-released animated film directed by Ayataka Tanemura and produced by Pierrot, the world of Black Clover is set ablaze as the past and present collide in an all-out magical war. With a release date set for June 16th, 2023, Black Clover enthusiasts are eagerly sharpening their wands and readying their Grimoires for the ultimate showdown.
The plot thickens as Asta, a boy born without a trace of magic in a world where magical prowess is paramount, and his arch-rival Yuno, the prodigious mage chosen by the legendary 4-leaf Grimoire, embark on a journey to prove their mettle against a slew of powerful adversaries. The duo, each vying for the title of Wizard King, are thrust into a battle against the infamous Wizard Kings from the past, now revived and ready for mischief.
Led by the once-respected Conrad Leto, Julius Novachrono’s predecessor, the resurrected trio of Edward Avalaché, Princia Funnybunny, and Jester Garandaros are hell-bent on taking over Clover Kingdom using the mighty “Imperial Sword.” With a motley crew of allies, including Noelle Silva, Yami Sukehiro, and Julius Novachrono, Asta and Yuno must rise to the challenge and face their formidable foes in a magical clash for the ages.
The star-studded voice cast features Gakuto Kajiwara as Asta, Nobunaga Shimazaki as Yuno Grinberryall, Kana Yūki as Noelle Silva, and many other talented actors breathing life into these iconic characters. As fans eagerly await the movie’s release, the anticipation is palpable.
The film’s soundtrack, composed by Minako Seki, features the theme song “Here I Stand” by Treasure, adding to the cinematic experience. With a slew of promotional material released, including key visuals featuring Asta and Yuno, and bonus manga for lucky theater-goers during its debut week, the hype train has left the station and shows no signs of slowing down.