On Tuesday, the official Twitter account of the Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King (Black Clover: Mahо̄tei no Ken) anime film shared an exciting new promotional video. The video showcases the film’s captivating insert songs, “Break Together” and “Haruka Mirai,” performed by the talented band Kankaku Pierrot.
The movie premiered in Japan on June 16 and simultaneously made its global debut on Netflix. Originally scheduled for March 31, the film faced a delay to June 16 due to COVID-19’s impact on production. Alongside the movie, a novel adaptation was released on June 9.
Yūki Tabata, the original manga creator, assumed the role of chief supervisor and original character designer for the film. The dedicated team from the TV anime returned to contribute to this cinematic endeavor. Ayataka Tanemura directed the film, Itsuko Takeda handled character design, and Minako Seki composed the captivating music.
Exclusive screenings of the movie reward ticketholders with the “Volume 23.5” bonus book. Within this limited-edition publication, fans can find Yūki Tabata’s character designs for the film’s original characters, a short novel penned by film writer Johnny Onda, and an interview with the talented voice actors. This special book will only be available during the film’s first week and in limited quantities.
Toshihiko Seki portrays Conrad Leto, a former Wizard King, while Marie Iitoyo, an actress and model, lends her voice to the original character Milly Maxwell (exact romanization of the character name not confirmed). Fumiya Takahashi portrays Jester, Miyuki Sawashiro takes on the role of Princia, and Houchu Ohtsuka breathes life into Edward in the film.
The film’s mesmerizing theme song, “Here I Stand,” is performed by the talented musical group Treasure.