Could Yuno from Black Clover turn evil? I don’t know if you all are following me very closely but if you remember, I once said that I wouldn’t read manga anymore, to further enhance my anime experience. Well, that phase is over lol.
Yeah, I know the title seems like a stretch but hear me out here. I’ve recently been catching up with the Black Clover anime and while watching the part in which the Queen of the Witches was explaining the origins of the two swords, something caught my eye.
If you’re a fan of manga and want a safe place to go to consume as much manga as humanly and weabooly possible, Shonen Jump seems to have a solution that I think is actually pretty damm awesome.
Now, this news wouldn’t be much on its own but I’d like to talk about it, as it once again demonstrates that Black Clover is in fact doing well, despite what the anime community would like you to believe.
Right off the bat we were told that Asta and Yuno were orphans left at the church who grew up together and ever since then, I’ve being curious as to who their parents were and how important could they be in the story.
Back at it again with another review, as we kick off with Black Clover Episode 38 – The Magic Knights Captain Conference.
Another day, another review! This time it’s the long over due Black Clover. I’ve been following this anime for a while now but I haven’t been talking about it as much as I’d like to. That and I’ve only been watching the dubbed version so I’m always a couple of episode behind. However, I’ve decided to start reviewing the anime on a weekly bases, starting with episode 37.
It’s been a while since Black Clover debut on Funimation, October 2017 to be precise. It’s true that Black Clover has had a rocky start, but over time I feel like the anime has gotten substantially better. Makes me wonder why people still give it such a hard time?
I couldn’t help but ponder about Black Clover these past couple of day and the one thing that keep crawling back is the question, is Asta already too over-powered? It’s interesting because, yes, normally the shonen protagonist ends up becoming OP, but that take a while and after going through hardships to obtain their incredible powers.