'Naruto Shippuden' Ends, 'Boruto: The Next Generation' To Kick Off Soon; Expectations And Storyline Revealed

Fans have been very eager to see how the upcoming anime spin-off would differ from the usual "Naruto" series. Sources told that Masashi Kishimoto, "Naruto" mastermind, gave the real contrast between the Hokage and his son, who is an upcoming ninja as well. As stated, all hanging questions in the hit anime series would be answered in the upcoming spin-off "Boruto: The Next Generation."

'Boruto: The Next Generation' Spoilers And News Update, Character Expected To Be More Mature Than Naruto

According to Christian Post, the series would be based on the Japanese manga written and illustrated by Ukyō Kodachi and Mikio Ikemoto, "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations". The said spinoff was once confirmed last December in Jump Festa 2017.

In an interview made with Kishimoto, he admitted that Boruto is way more mature and sarcastic than Naruto. Sources told that Naruto showed more flaws than Boruto, which made him more refined and straightforward than the first one. Kishimoto revealed that it is basically the difference between the new and old character.

"Naruto moves without thinking, and he's kind of unrefined. He's like a classic rascal. As for Boruto, well, I wouldn't say he's lazy - he's more refined than that. It's more that he knows all the shortcuts. He's crafty. He's more mature in knowing how the world works,"

'Boruto: The Next Generation' Is Way Funnier Than 'Naruto' Series, Kishimoto Hints

On the other hand, creator of the hit anime series admitted that the upcoming installment would be funnier and lighter, a genre that people of a younger age would definitely love to watch. They also admitted that the series was made to have its own unique distinction than the previous one, proving that Boruto won't live in the shadows of the popular character, Naruto. However, viewers could also expect a darker storyline that would produce fights and battles that are never seen before.

"Boruto: The Next Generation" is all set to have its released on the small screen by April of 2017.

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