It will not be easy to survive the next expectations of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. The manga prepared by Ukyo Kodachi and Mikio Ikemoto enters a phase with excellent potential and always stays on the side with important decisions.
In Chapter 48 of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, there seems to be all the cards for a prelude to the destruction of the Leaf Village. In fact, Isshiki Otsutsuki knocked out Jiraiya's clone Koji Kashin and then went to Konoha to get Kawaki before time ran out in the new container.
But this chapter also has room for Amado maneuvers. In order to contact the Hokage, the former Kara scientist had threatened to detonate the collar that Shikadai wears. However, if he had been granted political asylum in the village, he would have removed the device. After the recent events, Naruto guarantees that there is room for Amado in the village and that he can do research under the control of the group of ninja scientists from Konoha.
In response, Amado reveals that the collar was inserted into Shikadai's neck It was just a bluff and that there was therefore no risk of explosion. Of course, everyone was amazed by the statement, but it seems that this was necessary for the scientist to ensure a certain level of collaboration as time was running out.
Archived the Amado bracket one only has to see the new clash between Sasuke, Naruto and Isshiki Otsutsuki.