It was announced that the animated adaptation for the manga Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, written by Ukyo Kodachi and illustrated by Mikio Ikemoto, It will resume its regular broadcast from next July 19 with its episode number 157. In itself, the series will begin to broadcast again on Japanese television from July 5, but with the repetition of episode number 155.
The series had suspended the broadcast of new episodes last April due to production problems related to the COVID-19 pandemic situation in Japan.
Kodachi and Ikemoto began publishing the manga Boruto: Naruto Next Generations in the magazine Weekly Shonen Jump from the publisher Shueisha monthly in May 2016, and later they moved her to the magazine V Jump in July 2019. The publisher published the tenth compilation volume on January 4.
The anime adaptation is currently broadcasting since last April 2017, under the production of Studio Pierrot.
Boruto Synopsis: Naruto Next Generations
After the successful end of the Fourth Shinobi World War, Konohagakure is enjoying a period of peace, prosperity, and technological advancement. This is due to the effort of the Allied Shinobi Forces and the village's Seventh Hokage, Uzumaki Naruto. Now Konoha resembles a modern metropolis, and changes are also occurring in the lives of shinobi. Under the care of Naruto and his old companions, a new generation of shinobi learns how to be a ninja.
As the son of the Seventh Hokage, Uzumaki Boruto is sometimes the center of attention. In addition to having inherited Naruto's boisterous and stubborn behavior, Boruto is considered a prodigy capable of unleashing his potential with the help of his friends and the support of his family. Unfortunately, this only increases his arrogance and his desire to surpass his father who with a busy lifestyle has strained the relationship with his son. However, a sinister force that is born within the village threatens Boruto's carefree life.
New friends and family faces join Boruto kicking off a new story in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations!
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