According to Crunchyroll’s French counterpart, the Black Clover anime will be continuing beyond its current 51 episode listing. Crunchyroll France has stated that the anime will continue beyond its 51-episode listing in a new season that is set to begin airing this October.

In addition to reporting this, they also released a trailer with the announcement of the show’s continuance which you can view below:

Black Clover began airing in October 2017 and instantly became infamous for main character Asta’s voice. As of this writing, 48 of the 51 originally listed episodes have aired. Black Clover’s manga is also being released here in North America via VIZ Media. Currently, 12 volumes have released. describes Black Clover as follows:

In a world full of magic, Asta—an orphan who is overly loud and energetic—possesses none whatsoever. Despite this, he dreams of becoming the Wizard King, a title bestowed upon the strongest mage in the Clover Kingdom. Possessing the same aspiration, Asta’s childhood friend and rival Yuno has been blessed with the ability to control powerful wind magic. Even with this overwhelming gap between them, hoping to somehow awaken his magical abilities and catch up to Yuno, Asta trains his body relentlessly every day.

In the Clover Kingdom, once a person turns 15 years old, it is time for them to receive their Grimoire, an item allowing its wielder to use their magic to its full capacity. At the ceremony, Yuno obtains a Grimoire with a legendary four-leaf clover, indicating the exceptional strength of its wielder, while Asta pointlessly waits for his. Feeling dejected, yet unwilling to give up, Asta sees Yuno caught by a mage who is trying to steal Yuno’s special Grimoire. Despite being completely overpowered by Yuno’s captor, Asta’s will to keep fighting rewards him with his very own Grimoire—one with an unheard-of black five-leaf clover.

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