Masashi Kishimoto, the creator of ”Naruto”, has dramatically reappeared as the manga’s writer, slaying both Jigen, the Nine-Tailed Fox, and Kara’s head Kurama in ”Boruto: Naruto Next Generations”. However, the tv show has moved on from the war with Kara. For the time being, the manga finds Konoha confronting a new enemy within the organization in Code, with more recent conflict appearing to be over.
Boruto Uzumaki appears to have died due to his role in the struggle against Code in the previous volume of Masashi Kishimoto’s Shonen series. As a result, Kawaki is compelled to pierce the child of the Seventh’s chest with his blaster, reports Comicbook.
To stop Momoshiki, the villain who is hidden inside ”Boruto‘s” body, from carrying out his evil schemes. Even though Momoshiki appears to have been defeated, the conflict continues to demonstrate Code’s actual power. Who has a Jutsu that permits him to make scratches on any surface and then teleport to the location of the cuts?
The new trailer for the sixty-eighth chapter of ”Boruto: Naruto Next Generations’ manga”, which is due out in March, was provided by Twitter user Abdul S17. With Kara allies Eida and Daemon lurking in the wings, it appears like the current war against Code will come to a conclusion.
Even though these events are now taking place in ”Boruto’s manga”, it could be a while before we see this battle against Code in the animated series, since the television show presently has Boruto and the rest of Team 7 invading an island to board ships and avert a potential enemy to the ninja world. It will be fascinating to see if the anime’s big actions outside of the comic’s events, such as making Kawaki an authorized member of Konoha and Sarada a Chunin, play out in the manga as well.