The news that Masashi Kishimoto has become Boruto's new mangaka has been received with mixed feelings by readers. Where it will go Boruto: Naruto the next generations with its direction?
As the next narrative arc of the manga takes shape, Chapter 52 of Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations heralds the possible death of one of the protagonists. Master Kishimoto's involvement could not have come at a better time. But for what elements can he add the continuation of his work? revive the enthusiasm of the public?
From now on, Boruto: Naruto must give the next generations more notoriety for its protagonist. The son of the seventh Hokage deserves more development and in order to arouse the interest of the readers, he must be able to free himself from the bulky shadow of Naruto and Sasuke, the two most powerful ninja of the work. The death of one of the two protagonists could give Boruto the opportunity to change his fate as long as he knows how to properly react to the disappearance of his father or his teacher.
Naruto's success also lies in the big picture Variety of secondary protagonists, each with their own skills. This was not the case in the Boruto manga. The young shinobi of the Blattdorf actually seem to be just a copy of the previous generation.
The next chapters of the manga of Boruto: Naruto the next generations will be crucial for the Future of the series. If they don't meet fans' expectations, the series would decline and bring in the main work. Kishimoto must at all costs avoid such an event from actually occurring. The current story arc is one of the most promising, but at this point a handover between the generation of Naruto and that of Boruto would be required. And what do you think Kishimoto's intervention might lead to? In the meantime, we admire the new form of Naruto on the cover of Boruto, chapter 52.