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Black Clover
Season 1

Cover of the first Blu-ray volume of the first season released in nhật bản on February 23, 2018.

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Country of originJapan
No. of episodes51
Release
Original networkTV Tokyo
Original releaseOctober 3, 2017 –
September 25, 2018
Season chronology

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The first season of the Black Clover anime television series was directed by Tatsuya Yoshihara and produced by Pierrot.[1] The season adapts the first nine volumes (chapters 1–75) of Yūki Tabata's manga series of the same name, with the exception of episode 13 (which has a separate storyline from the manga) and episode 29 (recap). It follows the first adventures of Asta and the Black Bulls in the Clover Kingdom. After Asta receives a grimoire and joins the Black Bulls to tướng become the new Wizard King, he explores a dungeon and meets Mars, a magic knight from the Diamond Kingdom. Shortly afterwards, Asta is captured during a zombie invasion of the capital by a group of rogue mages who are working for the Eye of the Midnight Sun squad (also known as the Midnight Sun). After Asta is rescued, he teams up with a fellow Black Bull and later on his captain to tướng battle some child kidnappers. Later on, the Black Bulls travel to tướng the Underwater Temple and meet a series of challenges to tướng find a magic stone (which the Eyes is also searching for).

The season initially ran from October 3, 2017 to tướng September 25, 2018 on TV Tokyo in Japan;[2][3] Avex Pictures released it on DVD and Blu-ray in five compilations (each containing nine to tướng 11 episodes) between February 23, 2018 and January 25, 2019.[4][5] Crunchyroll and Funimation licensed the series for an English-language release, with Crunchyroll simulcasting the series worldwide[3] and Funimation producing a North American Simuldub.[6][7] Funimation's adaptation aired from December 2, 2017 through January 6, 2019 on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block,[8] and they released the first DVD and Blu-ray compilations on August 7, 2018.[9]

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The first season has eight pieces of theme music: four opening and four closing themes. The first opening and closing themes (used for the first 13 episodes) are "Distant Future" (ハルカミライ, Haruka Mirai) by Kankaku Piero and "Blue Flame" (蒼い炎, Aoi Honō) by Itowokashi.[10][11] In episodes 14 to tướng 27, the opening and closing themes are "Paint It Black" by Bish and "Amazing Dreams" by Swanky Dank.[12][13] In episodes 28 to tướng 39, the opening and closing themes are "Black Rover" by Vickeblanka and "Black to tướng the dreamlight" by Empire.[14][15] For the remainder of the season, the opening and closing themes are "Guess Who Is Back" by Koda Kumi and "Four" by Faky.[16][17] Megumi Han thanh lịch "Four" as her character, Kahono, in episode 50.[18][19]

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Episodes[edit]

Home truyền thông media release[edit]

Japanese[edit]

In nhật bản, Avex Pictures released the season on DVD and Blu-ray in five "chapter" volumes. The first volume was released on February 23, 2018,[4] and the fifth was released on January 29, 2019.[5]

Avex Pictures (Japan – Region 2 / A)
Chapter Episodes Release date Ref.
I 1–10 February 23, 2018 [4]
II 11–19 May 25, 2018 [29]
III 20–29 July 27, 2018 [30]
IV 30–39 November 26, 2018 [31]
V 40–51 January 25, 2019 [5]

English[edit]

In North America, Crunchyroll and Funimation released the season in five volumes. The first volume was released on August 7, 2018,[9] and the fifth volume was released on July 2, 2019.[32] The volumes are available in standard Blu-ray and DVD combination sets, and volumes three and five are also available in limited edition sets.[33] In the United Kingdom and Ireland, Sony Pictures UK released the first volume in DVD and Blu-ray combination sets on August trăng tròn, 2018;[34] Manga Entertainment is handling subsequent releases.[35] In Australasia, Universal Sony released the first part of the series on DVD on August 15, 2018,[36] and Madman Entertainment released the rest of the season, with part two released on April 3, 2019.[37]

Crunchyroll / Funimation (North America and Australasia – Region 1, 2, 4 / A, B); Sony Pictures UK (Part 1 only) / Manga Entertainment (British Isles – Region 1, 2, 4 / B); Universal Sony (Australasia – Part 1 only; Region 1, 2, 4)
Part Episodes Release date
North America British Isles Australasia
Season 1 1 1–10 August 7, 2018[9] August trăng tròn, 2018[38] August 15, 2018[36] (DVD)
December 4, 2019[39] (DVD and Blu-ray)
2 11–19 November 6, 2018[40] May trăng tròn, 2019[35][41] April 3, 2019[37][42]
3 20–29 January 15, 2019[43] July 1, 2019[44]
4 30–39 April 9, 2019[45] August 19, 2019[46] June 5, 2019[47]
5 40–51 July 2, 2019[32] October 14, 2019[48] September 18, 2019[49]
Complete 1–51 May 26, 2020[50] June 29, 2020[51] August 5, 2020[52]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Adult Swim uses Funimation's English title.
  2. ^ If there's one title; it is taken from Funimation and Crunchyroll. As the second title is taken from Crunchyroll.
  3. ^ Adult Swim showed a Cowboy Bebop marathon on December 23–24, 2017[21] and a Dragon Ball Super marathon on December 30–31, 2017.[22]
  4. ^ Due to tướng special scheduling, Black Clover moved down to tướng 1:00 a.m. EDT/PDT beginning on the night of April 7–8, 2018, which is effectively Sunday.[23]
  5. ^ Black Clover moved a half-hour (to 1:30 a.m. EDT/PDT, switching time slots with Hunter × Hunter) on the night of May 5–6, 2018.[24]
  6. ^ Adult Swim showed a FLCL marathon on May 26–27, 2018.[25]
  7. ^ Adult Swim showed a My Hero Academia marathon on September 1–2, 2018.[26]
  8. ^ Adult Swim showed an Attack on Titan marathon on November 17–18, 2018.[27]
  9. ^ Adult Swim showed a Dragon Ball Super marathon on December 22–23, 2018 and a Boruto: Na-ru-to Next Generations marathon on December 29–30, 2018.[28]

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External links[edit]

Black Clover at IMDb