Boruto Two Blue Vortex Manga Begins Serialization, Story Continues After Timeskip
Boruto: Two Blue Vortex has officially begun serialization, and the story continues with the after-timeskip versions of Boruto, Sarada, Kawaki and, well, everyone else. Naruto has now left the title after Boruto: Naruto Next Generation ran for 80 chapters. Check out the color page from the new chapter:
Boruto is a continuation of the Naruto franchise, which is a manga written by Masashi Kishimoto. It began serialization in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump in September 1999 and ran for 15 years, until November 2014 with a total of 72 volumes. Studio Pierrot animated the anime adaptation, which premiered in October 2002 and ran for 220 episodes. The anime was followed by a sequel titled Naruto Shippuden, which ran for 500 episodes.
Pierrot is also adapting the Boruto manga, originally written by Ukyo Kodachi. Masashi Kishimoto later took over the story, which has illustrations by Mikio Ikimoto. The manga started in the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in 2016 but moved to V Jump in 2019. The Boruto: Naruto Next Generations anime adaptation began broadcasting in April 2017. The anime went on a break in March, but new episodes of Naruto will be premiering in September. Crunchyroll is streaming the Boruto anime, and they describe the story:
As peace prevails throughout the ninja clans, so does the question of becoming one. Now a generation of prodigy like Boruto Uzumaki, son of Seventh Hokage Naruto Uzumaki, are challenged living under their parents’ shadow. The shinobi life has changed and so must the path to it. The legacy of ninja continues and a new chapter of ninja begins!
Source: Official VIZ Website
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