- Black Clover author Yuki Tabata has decided to switch to another publication to maintain a better work-life balance.
- It was a good decision for him as he could prioritize his health and family.
Yūki Tabata’s ‘Black Clover’ is an excellent shounen series that has reached its final stages. The anime series has voluntarily transferred to another of Shueisha’s publications, Jump Giga.
Unfortunately, this swirled multiple troubling rumors about the series not doing so well. Now, the author took it upon himself to address the reason for this significant change.
‘Black Clover’ author Yuki Tabata has decided to publish the series in another magazine to maintain a better work-life balance.
Tabata also revealed that he has more time to spend with his daughter. He also has more time to seek advice from his close friend Kohei Horikoshi, the creator of My Hero Academia. The two are tight, and they have been bouncing ideas off each other.
Yuki Tabata’s decision to switch platforms was driven by health concerns and his desire to prioritize his family.
The move was the right decision for him as it allowed him to maintain the standard and popularity of his work while letting him prioritize his desires.
Manga authors should start prioritizing their health. We keep seeing more and more mangakas succumbing to their illness. More authors should make firm decisions like Tabata, and we, as the audience, should support their choices.
About Black Clover
Black Clover is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yūki Tabata. It has been serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine since February 16, 2015.
The story centers around Asta, a young boy seemingly born without any magic power, something that is unknown in the world he lives in; and his foster brother Yuno who received the rare four-leaf grimoire and has more magic power than most people! With his fellow mages from the Black Bulls, Asta plans to become the next Wizard King.