There Animated series from Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations it has come under heavy criticism. In the opinion of the fans, the anime moves at a too fluctuating pace and gives too much space to insights into the daily life of the protagonists.

From the sequel to the work of Masashi Kishimoto, fans expected a lot and precisely because of this great impatience. Boruto: Naruto Next Generations has not been able to repeat the success of Naruto and Naruto: Shippuden so far. The subject of the main review is the animated series, which it doesn't seem to be at the height of the paper counterpart.

Boruto Anime: Naruto Changes the Next Generations definitely interesting storylines and full of action in numerous episodes that are entirely dedicated to the daily life of the Leaf Ninja. However, this is a problem common to many Shonen, and Naruto himself was not exempt from it. In fact, these souls are known for the presence of dozens of episodes of filler, fillers useful only for filling the number of bets and keeping the distance from the paper counterpart.

Hence, the main difference between the manga and the anime from Boruto: Naruto is the next generations the numerous fillers present in this latest version. For example, the animated series begins with the young ninja training at the academy; A completely skipped part of the manga that instead begins with the Chunin Exams, one of the best arcs. Many of the anime's more mundane stories appear as simple quotes in the manga, which for this reason maintains a much faster pace. Which version do you prefer? In the anime, Team 5 discovered one of the secrets the Hokage had hidden in Boruto. In addition to the various complaints about fillers, Boruto fans are calling for a more substantial role for Yamato.

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