Boruto: Naruto Next Reveals new visual Generations and prepares for Naruto’s 20th anniversary

During the event Leap Festa 2022 A special video was shown for the 20th anniversary of the animated franchise based on the manga written and illustrated Masashi Kishimoto, Naruto, to be held in 2022. The video shows scenes between Naruto Uzumaki Y. Sasuke Uchiha on his way from his youth to the remand in the Valley of the End. In addition, in the promo image unveiled for the anniversary, adult Naruto Uzumaki is next to his child version.

The original manga was published in the magazine Shonen Weekly Jump from the publisher Shueisha between 1999 and 2014, and the anime adaptation began in 2002. The anime is currently being broadcast Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, where Boruto Uzumaki, the son of Naruto Uzumaki, takes the lead role. In fact, a new advertising visual revelation for this series.


Boruto: Summary of Next Generation Naruto

Following the successful end of World War II Shinobi, Konoha Village is enjoying a period of extraordinary peace, prosperity and technological advancement. This is all due to the efforts of the Shinobi Allied Forces and the village's Seventh Hokage, Naruto Uzumaki. Now it looks like a modern city, Konoha Village it has changed, especially shinobi life. Under the watchful eye of Naruto and his old comrades, a new generation of shinobi has arrived to learn the ways of the ninjas.

Boruto Uzumaki is often the center of attention as the son of the Seventh Hokage. Despite inheriting a polite and erratic Naruto legacy, Boruto is considered brave and able to unleash his potential with the help of supportive family and friends. Unfortunately, this only served his satiety and desire to go beyond Naruto which put great pressure on their relationship, as well as his father's busy lifestyle. However, a sinister force brewing in the village could threaten Boruto's gay life.

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