Boruto: Naruto Next Generations is taking a break from the events that are taking place in the manga to explore a new fight for the village of the Hidden Leaf, as Boruto and the other members of Team 7 attempt to infiltrate an island that is being besieged by a terrifying new threat. With Team 7 now adding Kawaki, the former vessel of the Kara Organization to its ranks, the upcoming episodes of the series have received a new teaser trailer to give fans an idea of what challenges lie ahead for the next generation of warriors created by Masashi Kishimoto.
Currently, things have taken a dark turn in the pages of Boruto’s manga, with a major character seemingly having been killed as Konoha continues to struggle against the new forces of the Kara Organization led by Jigen’s right-hand man, Code. While it might be some time before these events take place in the animated series, the television show is taking the opportunity to give us new adventures for Team 7 and introduce new characters along the way. Though they won’t be facing down Kara, it’s clear that this new arc will see the new version of Team 7 undergoing some deadly new trials.
Twitter User Abdul_S17 shared the newest trailer that gives fans a look into the upcoming battles that Boruto and his teammates will be facing as they deal with a problem facing the Land of Water, following both Kawaki becoming an official member of Konoha and Sarada Uchiha becoming a Chunin thanks to latest round of the Chunin Exams:
Boruto Anime New TV Advert! pic.twitter.com/qnnWQCFiQt
— Abdul Zoldyck (@Abdul_S17) February 5, 2022
With the likes of One Piece and My Hero Academia hinting at their respective finales, Masashi Kishimoto hasn’t stated if the Naruto franchise will be coming to an end any time soon, but considering the creator of the series has returned to writing duties, we would imagine that it would be quite some time if that were the case before the latest ninja battles take a bow. Needless to say, considering how Kishimoto has killed the likes of Jigen and Kurama in recent chapters, we would expect some major casualties should the Shonen franchise come to an end.
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from Ultimate Comic Blog