Black Clover Chapter 311: Release Date and Read Manga Online

Black Clover Chapter 311 is expected to release around Sunday, October 31, 2021, and the audience is incredibly excited about it.

This illustrious Japanese Manga series has always been loved by readers on a global level. The manga is written as well as illustrated by Yūki Tabata. Initially, it premiered on February 16, 2015, published by Weekly Shōnen Jump. Because of the higher rate of audience and immense hype for the manga, and anime, as well as a video game, were launched.

The original anime video series was directed by Tatsuya Yoshihara which telecasted from October 3, 2017 – to March 30, 2021. The game Black Clover Quartet Knights was launched by PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows. It is also believed that an anime film is also under the works of the prominent manga series.


Black clover revolves around a protagonist Asta who is a young orphan, abandoned and raised in a world full of magic in the outskirts of Clover Kingdom alongside another orphan named Yuno. Furthermore, the presence of outstanding magical abilities amongst every soul except Asta leads to a prioritization of developing his physical strength abilities to be an equivalent of others.
To become a Wizard King, both Asta and Yuno develop a friendly rivalry against each other. Moreover, both the characters receive their respective magical grimoires at their coming-of-age ceremony. Ashta obtains a five-leaf grimoire, which is revealed to be quite harmful and dangerous as it consists of a devil whereas Yuno receives a four-leaf grimoire. The storyline expands after they join the squad of Magic Knight.

Black Clover Chapter 311 Release date

The upcoming chapter of this well-famed manga series is predicted to release on October 31, 2021, with a major captivating and stimulating storyline.

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Black Clover Chapter 311

Where to read

The forthcoming chapter can be read by viewers on the manga plus website, viz website, and the Shonen Jump App.

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