Black Clover Chapter 310 is expected to be released on October 24, 2021. Readers are avidly waiting for new chapters to be released.
Black Clover is an adventurous fantasy drama manga series that originated in Japan. Yūki Tabata is the writer and the illustrator of the popular Black Clover. The series was first released in February 2015 by Shueisha.
There are a total of 29 volumes that have been serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump. Because of its sheer popularity and love garnered by fans, an anime adaptation into a film has also been announced.
What happened in the previous chapter?
In the previous chapter, we see that the fight between Yuno and Zenon is still going on. We see that Zenon was fighting with the shadow of Yuno and as soon as he saw the two grimoires beside Yuno, he was attacked by the vice-captain of the Golden Dawn. It was not too late for Zenon to realize that Yuno was part of the Royal family of the Spade Kingdom. Yuno upgrades his powers with the help of Bell and vice-captain.
Zenon was continuously trying to attack Yuno but because of the powerful magic powers that he has upgraded within him, it was almost as if nothing was happening to him. Zenon saw that Yuno had gained a power in which he could magically teleport from one place to another. Zenon was annoyed but he couldn’t give up. Yuno confessed that he will never let an evil power win over good and he will do everything he can to defeat him. The last chapter ended with both Yuno and Zenon’s swords clashing.
Black Clover Chapter 310 Release Date
It is expected to release on October 24, 2021. We all are excited to see what will happen in the battle between Yuno and Zenon. Yuno may have upgraded his powers but Zenon still is the host of the devil with numerous capabilities. It will not be easy to defeat Zenon. We can expect to see more powers that Yuno upgrades within him. The countdown begins and there are just 6 days left for upcoming chapters to release.
— emi (@pinkykkat) October 18, 2021
Where to read?
You can read it on the Viz website, Mangaplus website, and the Shonen Jump App.
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