The enchanting world of Black Clover expands onto the silver screen with Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King, a captivating animated fantasy action film. Directed by Ayataka Tanemura and brought to life by Pierrot, this adaptation breathes new life into Yūki Tabata’s beloved shōnen manga series, Black Clover. With a brief but impactful theatrical release across Japan, courtesy of entertainment powerhouse Shochiku, fans of magic, adventure, and camaraderie will be thrilled to witness the glory of the world that the film creates.

Voice Cast:

Here is the complete list of characters in Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King with its respective Japanese and English voice cast actors:

Japanese Voice Actor: Gakuto Kajiwara
English Voice Actor: Dallas Reid

**Yuno Grinberryall**
Japanese Voice Actor: Nobunaga Shimazaki
English Voice Actor: Micah Solusod

**Noelle Silva**
Japanese Voice Actress: Kana Yūki
English Voice Actress: Jill Harris

**Yami Sukehiro**
Japanese Voice Actor: Junichi Suwabe
English Voice Actor: Christopher Sabat

**Julius Novachrono**
Japanese Voice Actor: Toshiyuki Morikawa
English Voice Actor: Robert McCollum

**Conrad Leto**
Japanese Voice Actor: Toshihiko Seki
English Voice Actor: Chris Niosi

**Edward Avalaché**
Japanese Voice Actor: Hōchū Ōtsuka
English Voice Actor: Steve Blum

**Princia Funnybunny**
Japanese Voice Actress: Miyuki Sawashiro
English Voice Actress: Mara Junot

**Jester Garandaros**
Japanese Voice Actor: Fumiya Takahashi
English Voice Actor: Benjamin Diskin

**Millie Maxwell**
Japanese Voice Actress: Marie Iitoyo
English Voice Actress: Tia Ballard

**Vanessa Enoteca**
Japanese Voice Actress: Nana Mizuki
English Voice Actress: Lydia Mackay

**Finral Roulacase**
Japanese Voice Actor: Jun Fukuyama
English Voice Actor: Brandon McInnis

**Secre Swallowtail**
Japanese Voice Actress: Ayane Sakura
English Voice Actress: Monica Rial

**William Vangeance**
Japanese Voice Actor: Daisuke Ono
English Voice Actor: Jessie James Grelle

**Fuegoleon Vermillion**
Japanese Voice Actor: Katsuyuki Konishi
English Voice Actor: J. Michael Tatum

**Mereoleona Vermillion**
Japanese Voice Actress: Junko Minagawa
English Voice Actress: Monica Rial

**Nozel Silva**
Japanese Voice Actor: Kohsuke Toriumi
English Voice Actor: Ricco Fajardo

**Jack the Ripper**
Japanese Voice Actor: Daisuke Namikawa
English Voice Actor: Justin Cook

**Charlotte Roselei**
Japanese Voice Actress: Yu Kobayashi
English Voice Actress: Colleen Clinkenbeard

**Rill Boismortier**
Japanese Voice Actor: Natsuki Hanae
English Voice Actor: Derick Snow

**Dorothy Unsworth**
Japanese Voice Actress: Mariya Ise
English Voice Actress: Jad Saxton

**Kaiser Granvorka**
Japanese Voice Actor: Kenichiro Matsuda
English Voice Actor: Mark Stoddard

**Magna Swing**
Japanese Voice Actor: Genki Muro
English Voice Actor: Ian Sinclair

**Luck Voltia**
Japanese Voice Actor: Ayumu Murase
English Voice Actor: Justin Briner

**Gauche Adlai**
Japanese Voice Actor: Satoshi Hino
English Voice Actor: Dave Trosko

**Charmy Pappitson**
Japanese Voice Actress: Kiyono Yasuno
English Voice Actress: Sarah Wiedenheft

Japanese Voice Actress: Minami Takahashi
English Voice Actress: Megan Shipman

**Gordon Agrippa**
Japanese Voice Actor: Kenichiro Matsuda
English Voice Actor: Mike McFarland

**Zora Ideale**
Japanese Voice Actor: Hikaru Midorikawa
English Voice Actor: Johnny Yong Bosch

**Henry Legolant**
Japanese Voice Actor: Mitsuki Saiga
English Voice Actor: Stephen Fu

**Mimosa Vermillion**
Japanese Voice Actress: Asuka Nishi
English Voice Actress: Bryn Apprill

**Klaus Lunettes**
Japanese Voice Actor: Takuma Terashima
English Voice Actor: Aaron Roberts

**Marx Francois**
Japanese Voice Actor: Yoshitaka Yamaya
English Voice Actor: Aaron Dismuke

**Sekke Bronzazza**
Japanese Voice Actor: Ryota Osaka
English Voice Actor: Garret Storms

**Leopold Vermillion**
Japanese Voice Actor: Kenn
English Voice Actor: Austin Tindle

Japanese Voice Actress: Minami Tsuda
English Voice Actress: Trina Nishimura

Japanese Voice Actress: Aya Uchida
English Voice Actress: Tia Ballard

Japanese Voice Actor: Nobuhiko Okamoto
English Voice Actor: Bryce Papenbrook

**Nacht Faust**
Japanese Voice Actor: Hiro Shimono
English Voice Actor: Max Mittelman

**Father Orsi**
Japanese Voice Actor: Kazuki Nakao
English Voice Actor: Brian Mathis

‘Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King’ Plot Summary & Movie Synopsis:

In a world where magic reigns supreme, Asta, a boy born without any magical ability, and his rival Yuno, a prodigious mage chosen by the legendary 4-leaf Grimoire, have forged an unbreakable bond as they navigate through countless challenges. Their journey is fueled by a shared ambition: to ascend to the pinnacle of magehood and claim the prestigious title of “Wizard King.”

However, their path takes an unexpected turn when Conrad Leto, once revered as the esteemed predecessor of Julius Novachrono, emerges from the shadows with sinister intentions. Once a symbol of honor and authority in the Clover Kingdom, Conrad now harbors a deep-seated vendetta against the very kingdom he once served. Armed with the formidable “Imperial Sword,” he seeks to dismantle the existing order and usher in a new era of equality, where only those he deems worthy shall thrive.

‘Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King’ Ending Explained:

In the climactic showdowns of the film, Asta finds himself locked in a fierce battle against Conrad Leto, the formidable 27th Wizard King. Conrad’s mastery of terrifying magic poses a daunting challenge for Asta, whose every move is met with formidable resistance. Meanwhile, Yuno faces off against the enigmatic Jester Garandros, the 16th Wizard King, whose barriers prove impervious to Yuno’s relentless onslaught.

As the conflicts escalate to a critical juncture, Conrad, driven to desperation, unleashes a forbidden spell with the intent to annihilate the entire kingdom. With the fate of the realm hanging in the balance, Asta receives a crucial boon from Julius Novachrono: the Wizard King’s sword. Empowered by this legendary artifact, Asta channels the destructive force of Conrad’s spell into the blade, ultimately vanquishing the formidable mage.

In a parallel struggle, Yuno grapples with the realization that his conventional attacks are futile against Jester, a foe who has long since passed away. Drawing inspiration from Asta’s unwavering resolve, Yuno harnesses a signature technique and, with the aid of the Squad Captains, exhausts Jester’s formidable energy reserves. This pivotal distraction not only aids Asta in his own battle but also proves instrumental in turning the tide against Jester.

As the dust settles and the battles reach their climax, Conrad meets his demise with a sense of peace, entrusting his dreams of societal change to Asta. Meanwhile, the other resurrected Wizard Kings reach the limits of their physical forms, their transient presence fading into the annals of history. The film ends with Asta and Yuno reaffirming their enduring rivalry and mutual respect, symbolized by a spirited sparring match in the tranquil surroundings of their village.

Where to Watch ‘Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King’?

On the same day as its theatrical release, Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King was also released on streaming as a Netflix original. If you are a Netflix subscriber, you can watch the anime movie for free here.

Watch the trailer here:

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