During an event information field Jump Festa '21A new promotional video has been released for the upcoming arc of the anime adaptation of the manga Ukyou Kodachi and illustrated by Mikio Ikemoto, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations.

The announcement also revealed a preview of the band's upcoming opening song. Ikimonogakari ((Bleach (ED7), Nanatsu no Taizai (OP1, ED1), Naruto Shippuden (OP3, OP5)) and titled "BAKU" which will debut in January 2021.

Ukyou Kodachi and Mikio Ikemoto began to publish the manga in the magazine Weekly shonen jump from the publisher Shueisha Changed to the magazine monthly in May 2016 and later V jump in July 2019. The publisher published the eleventh compilation volume on September 4th. Recently it was announced that the author Masashi Kishimoto will replace Kodachi in writing this manga.

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Synopsis

After the successful end of the fourth Shinobi World War, Konohagakure experienced a time of peace, prosperity and technological progress. This is due to the efforts of the Allied Shinobi Forces and the village's seventh hokage, Uzumaki Naruto. Now Konoha resembles a modern metropolis, and changes are taking place in the lives of the shinobi too. Under the care of Naruto and his former companions, a new generation of shinobi is learning how to be a ninja.

As the son of the seventh Hokage, Uzumaki Boruto is sometimes the focus of attention. In addition to inheriting Naruto's exuberant and stubborn demeanor, Boruto is considered a child prodigy who can reach his potential with the help of his friends and family. Unfortunately, this only increases his arrogance and desire to get over his father, who has weighed down his relationship with his son with a busy lifestyle. However, an eerie force born in the village threatens Boruto's carefree life. New friends and familiar faces start a new story with Boruto in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations!

Source: Comic Natalie

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