After a very long battle, the Leaf's ninja finally managed to defeat Isshiki Otsutsuki. However, two other enemies appear to be knocking on Konoha's door. Let us analyze episode 219 of Boruto: Naruto the next generations Comparison with the respective paper counterpart!

After clashing with the Otsutsuki, Naruto, Sasuke and Kawaki are still trapped in the alternate dimension Boruto transported them to to defend the Leaf Village. Despite the trauma caused by Momoshiki, the son of the Seventh Hokage, under the guidance of the most experienced Kawaki, is again able to exploit his karma to create a 'Opening towards Konoha. Eventually the heroes return home.

Code that fell asleep while guarding the Ten-Tails, gets a visitor unexpectedly. Isshiki's ghost suddenly appears before him, informing him of his death and recent events. Before the Otsutsuki disappears forever, he entrusts the last intern of the Kara organization his will.

Back at the Hokage Palace, the four heroes can Report on the battle. Naruto lost Kurama and Sasuke lost his Rinnegan. On the other hand, Kawaki seems to have rid himself of the threat of karma forever. Boruto is now a cause for concern that is just a step away from it Transformation into Otsutsuki. Should he run out of his chakra, as happened with Boro and Isshiki, Momoshiki would take possession of his body.

When Amado meets the group, he informs them about it another possible threat. Apparently there is another person in possession of karma. This figure is Code, the last of the Kara, but marked with an imperfect seal, a Karma of the white color. This type of karma, unlike those of Kawaki and Boruto, does not allow an Otsutsuki to regenerate, but still allows access to the devastating power of the alien clan.

Boruto episode 219, as highlighted by Twitter user @ Abdul_S17, fits that Chapter 55 of the manga, with the exception of a few panels and part of those from Chapter 56, including the television interview that the protagonist is subjected to.

We remind you that an original anime story arc begins from the next few episodes. The clip "Goodbye, Naruto" from episode 218 of Boruto exceeded 5 million views on YouTube.

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