There’s a certain emptiness that comes with finishing an anime. Whether it’s a short, 12 episode anime or an anime that stretches into the triple digits, finishing an anime is a bittersweet experience. And although the experience is universal, it carries a little extra bitterness when the series is longer. It’s only natural, given the extra investment and care given in the following characters, seeing them grow, and eventually waving them goodbye.
Black Clover can certainly leave the audience wanting, as they have to leave the dynamic characters and engaging world that is created. Many will want to know if anything similar is out there? However, the world of anime is abundant with content, and even if something can’t perfectly fill the hole left by Black Clover<span stRead More