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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
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Summary

A quick synopsis of the BORUTO manga is as follows:

The stage of shinobi life is taken up by members of a new generation of ninjas. Boruto Uzumaki, who is the son of Naruto Uzumaki, the 7th Hokage, is the main protagonist of this narrative. Because of his work, his father spends very little time with his children, and this makes him furious. Under the leadership of Konohamaru Sarutobi, they are a part of a squad that also includes Sarada Uchiha, daughter of Sasuke and Sakura Uchiha, and Mitsuki.

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations is a Japanese manga series that is authored by Ukyo Kodachi and Masashi Kishimoto. Mikio Ikemoto is responsible for the series’ illustrations. It first started serialization in Shueisha’s shonen manga magazine, Weekly Shonen Jump, in May 2016, with Kodachi serving as the writer and Kishimoto as the editorial supervisor. In July 2019, it was moved to Shueisha’s monthly magazine, V Jump. Both magazines are published by Shueisha. In November of 2020, Kodachi resigned aside from his position as writer, and Kishimoto assumed the role. Boruto is both a spin-off and a sequel to Kishimoto’s Naruto, and it chronicles the adventures of Boruto Uzumaki and the ninja squad that he leads. Boruto is the son of Naruto Uzumaki.

Boruto was first conceived of as Shueisha’s pitch to Kishimoto for the production of a sequel to Naruto. Kishimoto, on the other hand, turned down the opportunity and instead suggested that his old assistant Mikio Ikemoto should draw it. Uky Kodachi, the writer of Boruto: Naruto the Movie, was responsible for developing the storyline. Kodachi and Ikemoto share the responsibility of directing the manga. In April of 2017, an adaptation in the form of an anime television series began broadcasting on TV Tokyo. In contrast to the beginning of the manga, which was a retelling of the Boruto movie, the beginning of the anime is a prologue that takes place before Boruto and his pals become ninjas in a later plot arc. In addition to that, a number of light novels have been written.

The storyline of the manga was recognized to be more serious since it concentrated more on the protagonist, while the anime prequel of Pierrot received acclaim for its use of both new and returning characters. The anime prequel was also praised for its use of both new and returning characters. As of the beginning of 2017, Shueisha has already distributed one million copies of the manga series.

Plot:

After beginning with a confrontation between a young Boruto Uzumaki and an adversary called Kawaki that takes place during the destruction of his village, the manga continues with a recounting of the events that took place in Boruto: Naruto the Movie that includes new information. [3] Boruto Uzumaki, son of the Seventh Hokage Naruto Uzumaki, has resentment at his father for prioritizing the needs of the community above those of his family. At that time, Boruto joins forces with Sarada Uchiha, the daughter of Sasuke and Sakura Uchiha, and Mitsuki, an artificial son created by Orochimaru. They are all part of a ninja squad that is commanded by Konohamaru Sarutobi, Naruto’s protégé who was trained by Sarutobi. Sasuke has returned to the town to deliver a message to Naruto in which he alerts him of the imminent danger posed by Kaguya tsutsuki and his objectives. In an effort to make a good impression on his father, Boruto approaches Sasuke with the request to prepare him for the impending Chunin test. Momoshiki and Kinshiki tsutsuki, a pair that Sasuke encountered, kidnap Naruto when he is taking the test so that they may utilize kurama, a tailed beast that is trapped within Naruto’s body, to resurrect the dying Divine Tree in the realm that they originated from. Naruto is in danger, and Boruto, Sasuke, and the four Kages, who are the leaders of other ninja villages, have set out to save him. The battle comes to an end when Momoshiki, who had sacrificed Kinshiki in order to increase his own strength, is defeated by Boruto and Naruto with the assistance of Sasuke; however, Momoshiki manages to survive long enough to inform Boruto of his full potential while also forewarning him of impending challenges. After he has recovered from the battle, Boruto comes to the conclusion that he will one day become just like Sasuke, and he tells Sarada that she should pursue her ambition of becoming the next Hokage.

Boruto, on his second assignment, acts as a bodyguard for Tento, the son of the Fire Daimyo. During this time, Boruto and Tento discover that they have a common desire to be recognized by their respective fathers. Boruto is able to rescue Tento after he is kidnapped by a gang of criminals known as the Mujina. The head of the Mujina group, however, is taken into custody since he is aware of the mark that Momoshiki has set on Boruto. Naruto and the others find out that there is an organization looking for persons with the markings known as Karma. This gang goes by the name Kara. The crew led by Boruto comes face to face with Kara’s fugitive Kawaki, a kid who also has Karma. In order to safeguard him, Kawaki is welcomed into the Uzumaki family as a member by adoption. Jigen, the commander of the Kara, manages to beat Naruto and Sasuke as they are attempting to defend Kawaki. Jigen then imprisons Naruto while allowing Sasuke to flee the castle. When Boruto is possessed by Momoshiki as a result of his Karma, Team 7 comes to Naruto’s rescue and rescues him. After gaining this knowledge, Sasuke finds out that the tsutsuki clan intends to seize control of all Karma users, including Jigen. Koji Kashin challenges Jigen while Amado goes to Konoha to seek asylum in exchange for information, which reveals that the real leader of Kara is Isshiki, who has been possessing Jigen ever since he was betrayed by Kaguya when they came to Earth millennia ago, and that Karma allows the tsutsuki clan to resurrect via the host’s body. In the meantime, a mutiny begins to form in Kara Isshiki is able to compel Koji to flee and then departs to launch an assault on Konoha, despite the fact that Koji has killed Jigen and caused Isshiki to reincarnate improperly while also removing Kawaki’s Karma in the process.

There, Isshiki looks for Kawaki to no avail. Naruto confronts him directly and readies himself for battle. Boruto removes himself and Isshiki from the hamlet by teleporting them to an other dimension, and Sasuke and Naruto soon pursue them. Isshiki intends to grow a Divine Tree, and as Boruto is Momoshiki’s vessel, he wants to feed Boruto to his Ten Tails in order to do so. Isshiki is killed as a result of Naruto utilizing his new ability, the Baryon Mode, to beat him before Kawaki can fool him. However, this victory comes at the expense of Kurama’s life. Boruto, who was possessed by Momoshiki, stabbed Sasuke in the chest, destroying his Rinnegan in the process. However, while Boruto recovers from his injuries, it is up to Sasuke and Kawaki to fight Momoshiki. Isshiki demands that Code, who was protecting the Ten-Tails, follow out tsutsuki’s wishes by sacrificing either Boruto or Kawaki to the Ten-Tails, then eating the chakra fruit and becoming tsutsuki himself. This request is made after Isshiki has been beaten. Code was guarding the Ten-Tails. Code makes a solemn oath that he would seek vengeance for Isshiki by following Naruto, Sasuke, Kawaki, and Boruto. He goes to Boro’s hiding place and kills the guards with relative ease. After that, he goes on to let free one of Amado’s most powerful cyborgs, which was originally intended to be destroyed by the previous owner. Eida, a female cyborg, offers to assist Code in killing Naruto on the condition that he spares Kawaki for her to have a regular relationship with. This is due to the fact that her abilities of seduction prevent her from feeling real love. Because her abilities are ineffective on tsutsuki, and because Kawaki and Boruto are already a part of them, she is able to experience it with them.