‘Naruto Shippuden' Spoiler: The Finale, Team 7 Reunites After Fourth Great Ninja War?

An episodic series who withstood for over a decade is saying it’s last goodbye. “Naruto Shippuden” is arguably one of the best-animated series ever and before they sang their swan song, there are still a lot of things to check in their season finale.

The Japanese manga series popularity all over the country is often compared to the Godfather of Japanese anime, Dragon Ball Z. However, during those years, they were able to create a separation and their own identity. “Naruto Shippuden” is a global phenomenon who took the world by storm. As revealed by a respected source, they are happy to end the show.

The End Is Finally Here

On March 23rd, “Naruto Shippuden” will air their 500th episode. Although their official website hasn't acknowledged that the 500th episode is the last installment of the series, the majority of fans who have read its manga series knows already on what is going to happen. Comicbook also backed up the claim of those fans that the 500th episode will show the finale and the reunion of Team 7. The Fourth Great Ninja War have unfolded a lot of stories and miseries to every clan. It also showed each character's personality and in a stunning event, Sasuke Uchiha is back with Team 7.

‘Boruto’ : Next Generations

However, fans should not be worried about “Naruto Shippuden” going out. It’s already reported a few months back that there will be an ultimate spin-off of the show which is “Boruto: Next Generations”. There will be a big difference in the “Naruto” series compared to “Boruto” as explained by the illustrator of the show. Boruto is the son of the Shinobi of Konohagakure, Naruto. There are words that previous characters from the last series will have a big impact in “Boruto: Next Generations”. Although they haven’t confirmed on who the characters they are pertaining to, fans suspect that it could be all the members of Team 7 and their children.

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