For now Boruto represents one of the leading series in the shonen category, including in the animation sector, and Ukyo Kodachi screenwriters of many episodes of the anime and particularly the first 51 chapters of the manga before Masashi Kishimoto went back to writing recently discussed the piracy problem with a Message to the fans.

Despite the fact that the original writer is back who started the incredible world of Naruto Uzumaki and his companions in Leaf Village in 1999, Kodachi is aware of the fact that many fans are looking for websites to read the chapters of the sequel for free when the latter is available on Manga Plus, Shueisha's official platform, also available in app format where possible Use the chapters for free and most importantly, legally published every week in magazines like Weekly Shonen Jump and V Jump.

Tired of the disrespectful part of the community, the author himself posted the message on his Twitter account, which you can find at the bottom of the news, underlining what was just said. ""Please read the official editions. Manga is not free content. No copy. Many Thanks!" With these words, Kodachi intervened before the release of the new chapter of Boruto, which will be available today at 5pm on Manga Plus.

Recall that a fanart introduced Sasuke with the karma sign instead of the cursed sign, and we'll leave you with the details of Boruto's eye art.

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