Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King film’s English-subtitled trailer focuses on Asta

The highly anticipated Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King anime film is set to make its debut in Japan on June 16, and will also be available for streaming on Netflix. To give fans a taste of what’s to come, Netflix recently unveiled an exciting English-subtitled character trailer for the film, focusing on the beloved protagonist Asta.

Originally scheduled for a March 31 release, the film faced delays due to the impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic on its production. However, fans can now mark their calendars for the new release date and look forward to experiencing the magic and adventure of the Black Clover universe on June 16, both in theaters and from the comfort of their homes through Netflix.

The film boasts the involvement of the original manga creator, Yūki Tabata, who serves as the movie’s chief supervisor and original character designer. This ensures that the film stays true to the essence of the Black Clover series and delivers an authentic experience for fans.

Reuniting the talented staff from the Black Clover TV anime series, Ayataka Tanemura takes the director’s chair, while Itsuko Takeda handles the character designs and Minako Seki composes the captivating music that will accompany the film’s thrilling moments.

In addition to the film itself, fans can look forward to a novel adaptation that will be released on June 9, providing further exploration of the Black Clover world and its characters. It’s an exciting opportunity for fans to delve deeper into the story and immerse themselves in the rich narrative that has captivated audiences around the globe.

For those fortunate enough to attend screenings of the film, a special bonus awaits. Ticketholders will receive the “Volume 23.5” bonus book, featuring character designs of the film’s original characters, which were meticulously crafted by Yūki Tabata himself. The book will also include a captivating short novel penned by film writer Johnny Onda, as well as an insightful interview with the talented voice actors involved in bringing the characters to life. It’s a limited-edition treat that will be available exclusively during the film’s first week of release.

As for the cast, Toshihiko Seki takes on the role of Konrad Leto, a former Wizard King whose English name romanization is yet to be confirmed. The talented actress and model Marie Iitoyo lends her voice to the original character Milly Maxwell, adding her unique touch to the enigmatic role. Fumiya Takahashi brings life to the mysterious wizard Jester Galandros, while Miyuki Sawashiro portrays Princia and Houchu Ohtsuka takes on the character Edward, whose romanized names are yet to be confirmed. With such a talented and diverse cast, fans can expect an exceptional performance that will elevate the film to new heights.

Adding to the excitement, the film’s theme song, titled “Here I Stand,” is performed by the sensational musical group Treasure. Their energetic and captivating sound perfectly complements the spirit of Black Clover, promising an unforgettable audiovisual experience for fans.

With its delayed but eagerly anticipated release, Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King promises to deliver an action-packed and magical journey that will captivate both longtime fans of the series and newcomers alike. Get ready to immerse yourself in the fantastical world of Black Clover and witness Asta’s heroic adventures unfold on the big screen and through the streaming platform of Netflix. The wait is almost over, and the countdown to June 16 has begun.

We bring out some of the most well-known Black Clover collection, all of which are available at reasonable costs. Visit our link now if you are interested in the Black Clover collection

Randall, Charlotte, Kirsch, Rill, Jack, Kaiser

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *