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March will soon to come as the end of February approach, some of manga and anime end will soon to come as March approach the calendar. Allegedly some production team and author or mangaka announced that their shows and story will meet their ending soon as the March of this year come. 2020 has been a downside in Anime and Manga industry, as the pandemic (Corona Virus) slows down the industry, as many anime and manga delayed its release until this year, 2021.
But in some sort of event, 2020 turns out to be good year for anime industry. Many, anime production team released an announcement for their expansion for the next season of some seasonal anime and some anime films. Speaking of anime films, cause by the extreme animation for the anime series of Demon Slayer gain a huge fan base, which leads to a multiple achievement for the anime industry. As Demon Slayer Movie Film; "Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train" shaken the whole Japan and Anime industry and some big name anime for there seats as title holder for some achievement. Demon Slayer become a game changer, as some might say that it become over rated anime which I will also said true because of pandemic, many people become bored and out of boredom, jump on the bandwagon of anime. This leads to the new viewer as their own standard for anime, this applies to those people who choose Demon Slayer as their starting or first anime to watch.
Let's go back to our main topic, March as to comes big name anime and manga will come to it's close and will shortly shows their backs at us leaving the fans. The 2 shows and manga stories below mentioned are the one that was announced that will be ending this upcoming March 2021.
Horimiya "Hori-san to Miyamura-kun"
Horimiya was currently airing it's TV adaptation based on the story of manga written and illustrated by Daisuke Hagiwara also known as HERO as his back name author, as it's show definitely catch the attention of the viewer as it was listed as one of the most awaited TV animation and listed on some ranking platform as Top ranked and watched anime series this season.
On the issue of Monthly G Fantasy in the March issue of Square Enix announced that Horimiya manga of Daisuke Hagiwara would end on March 18. The manga will appear on the cover of this magazine, and the final chapter will have a color opening page. As adapting HERO's Hori-san to the Miyamura-kun four-panel school manga, Hagiwara published the manga in the Monthly G Fantasy in 2011. The manga is overseen by HERO. In September 2020, Square Enix released its 15th compiled manga book volume. In July 2020, Yen Press released the fourteenth volume.
The manga inspires a TV anime currently broadcast in Japan on January 9. Funimation streams like it looks, and on the 5th February it debuted an English dub.
Yen Press, the one who published the manga in English, stated about the story of Miyamura and Hori that;
At first glance, the ultra-popular Hori-san seems like a frivolous high school girl, but in reality, she's plain, pragmatic, and family-oriented. On the other hand, the bespectacled Miyamura-kun comes across as an average, gloomy high school fanboy, but he's actually an attractive young man who has a bad-boy streak and is covered in piercings and tattoos. When these two unexpectedly similar classmates have a random run-in outside of the classroom, a bubbly, sweet tale of school life begins!
An anime adaptation featuring Haruka Tomatsu (series of Sword Art Online), Kyoko Hori and Kouki Uchiyama, as Izumi Miyamura first appeared on 9 January and on 16 February there were 7 episodes of live-action TV drama adaptation. For a short period of two weeks, from 5 February of this year, a live-action film version composed of the first three installments of the television drama.
All the nice stuff must stop and you can't even escape such a destiny in your pet species. With a recent update, Black Clover fans were in sorrow when they heard that the show is going to be wrapped. This week, an email from Japan reported Asta and Yuno's worst. The hit animation will be concluded by the end of March and the press is now feeling blinded.
For people who don't know, the final of Black Clover will be held on March 30th, and the Spade Kingdom Arc presumably will be halved. Dependent on the pace, after a lull in the arc the final episode is omitted to avoid a troubling cliffhanger. The plot itself is not done on the computer, but that is because the Spade Kingdom arc is not over.
For all the right reasons Black Clover's in the headlines, but the viewers can just think about a little news about anime. This week, the 170th episode of Black Clover was confirmed to end next month. As you can guess, the appalling update shocked the net-workers, but the news isn't very annoying to some viewers. After all, Black Clover has a fair chance of returning to the little screen, and we break down why.
The statement was made on the official Twitter page of the Black Clover. The account posted a small preview reminding fans of the upcoming finale. Black Clover is expected to show her last episode on 30 March and no known plans are there to proceed.
The show comes too close to the manga, after all. The spade kingdom arch has yet to be written in Black Clover, but it will not be long before the show hits the latest stage in the manga. If the two met, the anime from the Black Clover will either diverge from the continuity and continue with the plot or make a big filler arc. It looks as if neither of them has attracted the Black Clover crew, but at the end of March the performance will be elegant.
This change is a shock for fans, as you might expect. A couple of years ago, Black Clover may have come to a harsh start, but it was a triumph after late. The magic series is now a profitable Studio Pierrot project and TV Tokyo ranks Black Clover as one of the highest-rated. With all this popularity, the final show is definitely a treat, but manga readers knew it was coming.
The pace of the manga is what drove Black Clover out and that's why fans hope it gets back. The show has attracted the plot, but creator Yuki Tabata continues to compose. Currently, the artist hopes to come in even more, but it's still not finished. In order to allow more time for the manga to release material, anime goes out of air, but fans expect that it will come back until the manga of Tabata has a few untouched arcs.
It's going to take time, of course. Black Clover publishes on a weekly basis so that Tabata can develop unfitted arcs for a while. It might take about two years, but it does not take unheard of this schedule. The first Fairy Tail dated back to March 2013 ran into this topic several times. The hit selection hit the manga and the anime was launched before it was happier to tackle it in the air to avoid undue filler misunderstanding. Given Black Clover's success, fans are optimistic that this series looks at such a scheme.
What do you think about this story, do you believe that One day Black Clover will take the path again to continue like the other anime who take a break just to make a big come back?