This year’s combined 21st and 22nd issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine has announced that Yūki Tabata’s Black Clover manga will go on hiatus for about three months starting with the next issue so that Tabata can prepare for a new arc for the manga. Tabata discussed the matter with the editorial department, and they all made this decision so that this would also give Tabata time to rest. Weekly Shonen Jump will reveal at a later date exactly when the manga will return.

Tabata specified in his comment in the magazine the new arc would indeed be the “final arc” of the manga (the wording used could also be translated as “final saga”). He added that while he himself had planned to not take a break, after discussion with the editorial team, they decided this extended rest would give him time to write the manuscripts for the final arc/saga.

Tabata launched Black Clover in Weekly Shonen Jump in February 2015. VIZ Media is publishing the series digitally and in print in North America and MANGA Plus is also publishing the manga in English digitally.

Source: ANN