The anime of Boruto: Naruto the next generations is preparing for the upcoming start of a new narrative arc, a saga that will focus entirely on Kawaki and which will apparently faithfully adapt the paper version of the work.
Although the previous arc also adapted the manga, the anime has granted itself a "poetic license" by enriching the episodes with unreleased material specially created for the series. According to what Honda screenwriter Masaya suggests, this should no longer happen. The animated series is loyal to the manga by Ukyo Kodachi, now entrusted to Master Masashi Kishimoto.
During the bow of the ship, the spectators noticed some small but significant difference between the manga and the anime by Boruto. An example is the first meeting between the Seventh Hokage and Kawaki, which took place under completely different circumstances. However, with the debut of the new saga, this should no longer happen.
""Starting with the next episode, # 193, Boruto will return to follow the manga. The progression of the story will faithfully follow the flow of the original manga, so stay tuned"said the scriptwriter on his Twitter profile.
The animated series will therefore have the difficult task of adapting the "Kawaki Arc: Kara Clash" true to the original. one of the highlights touched by the manga of Boruto. We have no doubt that thanks to the exceptional work of the team and the animation from Studio Pierrot, even the anime will reach incredible heights.
Let's find out why Boruto 192 is one of the best episodes in the entire franchise. In the future, Sarada will be the protagonist of a new Boruto saga in which his Sharingan will evolve.
From the next episode, # 193, BORUTO returns to the original manga. The story will essentially follow the flow of the original manga, so please stay tuned. #BORUTO https://t.co/OOUO3DcGKf- Mas 雅 也: Honda Masaya (@hon_da) April 3, 2021