The latest Boruto episode deals with topics you might not expect, with fans surprised to see the show tackle such issues.
Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Strikers might be a weird online multiplayer battle arena game instead of a traditional fighter, but it does one thing those other Naruto games don’t. It lets players make their own ninja. You can never have too many.
Coming next year to PS4, Xbox One and PC, Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Strikers is a team-based online battler that files the many ninja of the Naruto-verse into four categories: attack, ranged, defense and healer—AKA rogue, wizard, warrior and cleric. Don’t worry, all of them kick and punch.
The Naruto manga is finished. The Naruto anime is finished. He is sticking around in his son Boruto’s spin-off series, but it sounds like creator Masashi Kishimoto wouldn’t mind if a ubiquitous Naruto character was killed off.
Flowers are in bloom. The temperature is warming up. It’s perfect weather to go outside. But you know what? Let’s stay indoors and watch some anime.
It’s the end of an era. The final episode of the Naruto-starring TV anime will be aired on March 23, bringing to a close a highly successful series.
Soon a new anime season will start. Excited? A thousand people in Japan were polled about which shows they were looking forward to most. Here are the results.
This isn’t the first Boruto TV anime trailer, nor is it hardly our first look at the character. It is, however, a better look at what to expect in the upcoming anime series.
Don’t be surprised if Naruto’s son got his own anime TV series. I won’t be.
We’ve seen Naruto as a hero and leader; now, in Boruto: Naruto the Movie we get to see him as a father. As it turns out, he’s pretty bad at it. That doesn’t mean this is a bad movie.
Yes, the name “Boruto” is silly. But let that slide for a moment as you watch the first full trailer for the upcoming Boruto movie.
Boruto: Naruto the Movie, which stars Naruto’s son, ahem, Boruto, gets its first trailer. Here, have a look. It also features Sasuke’s daughter, Sarada.
Boruto? Really? We’re really going to run with this?