My Hero Academia will also be getting an anime special for the upcoming Jump Festa 2017
An early look at next week's issue 39 of Shonen Jump has revealed that an OVA based on Yūki Tabata's 2015 fantasy action series Black Clover will be screening at this year's Jump Festa event, touring November 27-December 4 before an exposition December 17-18 at Tokyo's Makuhari Messe.
My Hero Academia will also be getting an anime special for the upcoming Jump Festa 2017. Its original story, set between the first and second season of the TV anime, will be written by author Kouhei Horikoshi.
Viz, the series' English publisher, describes Black Clover
Young Asta was born with no magic ability in a world where magic is everything. In order to prove his strength and keep a promise with his friend, Asta dreams of becoming the greatest mage in the land, the Wizard King!