Ever Since Naruto: Shippuden’s premiere in 1999, it has been getting steady feedback from many of its viewers, and with the announcement of the Boruto anime’s conclusion, it will definitely be a big change for its fans and avid viewers.
According to recent Japanese sources, Boruto: Naruto Future Generations is poised to end its anime run. The Boruto anime has announced that its first season would end soon, following suspicions that a conclusion was on the way. But don’t worry, Boruto intends to return with a part two in the future!
According to official reports, the first half of the Boruto anime will conclude with episode 293. This implies that the Naruto anime will end on March 26th, taking our beloved heroes with it. Thus, if you have anything to say to Hinata or Sasuke, you should say it now.
Of course, Studio Pierrot and Shueisha have confirmed that the Boruto anime will return at some time. Part two of the sequel has been ordered, although there is no specific return date for the series. With the release of Boruto’s conclusion, a plethora of other anime-related news were announced, including the rebirth of the original Naruto series. The original series will make a four-part return later this year, with numerous original episodes broadcast.
After hearing the news, fans immediately took to Twitter to express their sentiments over the end of the Boruto franchise. Even though its controversies over the past few years, Boruto is still well-loved and received by many.
Boruto’s conclusion, on the other hand, was predicted by Naruto fans a mile away. After all, the smash sequel has been plagued by pace issues since the release of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. Because more than 70% of Boruto does not come from the manga, the anime has been plagued by filler arcs from its inception. This is due to the fact that the Boruto manga is published monthly, making it hard for the Naruto sequel to keep up with Studio Pierrot’s weekly animation. By taking a hiatus, the Boruto manga will have more time to provide additional content for the anime.
Catching up with Boruto any time soon? Or are you going to wait for the end and finish it in one go?
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