The anime of Boruto: Naruto Next Generation has for many years lain between controversy over the profusion of full episodes and praise for the more than unparalleled quality of Studio Pierrot. In addition, the series recently resumed adaptation of the original manga.

The last episode of Boruto allowed us to meet Eida, who sees everything and who could change the balance in the new controversial one with Code, heir of the Ohtsutsuki clan. Pierrot thus resumed to adapt the original chapters of the manga written by Masashi Kishimoto however, tries to remain as faithful as possible to the vision of the author and designer Mike Ikemoto.

In fact, a fan tried to collect a few fragments of episode 288 to compare with the paper counterpart to analyze the similarity between the two versions. As you can see from the images attached below, which are just some of the episodes, The anime is very faithful to the manga both in terms of the shots and the gestures of the characters.

And you, on the other hand, appreciate the TV rendition of this new Boruto story arc? As usual, let us know with a comment below.

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