Boruto 66: a death upsets the world of Naruto

Boruto 66: a death upsets the world of Naruto

Boruto 66

Within the recent Chapter 66 of Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations (available here for reading on MANGA Plus), the official sequel to Masashi Kishimoto's masterpiece - Naruto, a new death has shocked the world of ninja and from now on nothing will be the same same.


After Kurama's departure, now it's up to another important, if not the most important, character to leave the scene (although we believe temporarily), namely the protagonist of the new generation, Boruto.

Naruto's son was fatally wounded by Kawaki after the latter, restored with the power of Karma by Amado which gives him the power of the deceased Isshiki Otsutsuki, once again grasped Boruto's inability in checking his, of Karma, installed inside him by the former threat of Momoshiki Otsutsuki.

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And here then, even on the agreement of Boruto after the latter has regained consciousness, Kawaki wounds his own companion to death by piercing him. Click here to retrieve the scene.

Chapter 66 ends with what seems to be Boruto's death, but, as reported at the beginning of the article, it could only be temporary. In order to avoid a sudden change of plot, we remind you that at the beginning of the sequel an adult Boruto confronts Kawaki in the ruins of Konoha razed to the ground and in the flames. That the destructive battle that will lead to that very moment begins now? Or with the death of Boruto? We just have to follow what will happen in the future of the new generation of Naruto to find out.

Boruto - Naruto the Next Generations: the manga and the anime

Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations is a manga drawn by Mikio Ikemoto (assistant of Masashi Kishimoto during the serialization of NARUTO) and written by Ukyo Kodachi up to Chapter 51 (assistant of Kishimoto during the realization of the screenplay of the film of "Boruto: Naruto the Movie").

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The work is a sequel to the manga NARUTO. Currently 66 chapters have been published, and the first 63 are collected in 16 volumes. In Italy, the manga is published by Planet Manga with the first 13 issues (find the 13th here on Amazon if you are willing to buy it).

Five novels have been published in Japan. They are inspired by the opening arc of the Boruto anime: Naruto the Next Generations until it reached the events of Boruto: Naruto the Movie. Planet Manga has already published all the volumes that are available for purchase.

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Boruto, son of Naruto and Hinata, desperately tries to attract the attention of his father, who is very busy because of his role as Hokage. Rebellious and dissatisfied, he will become Sasuke's disciple. The unusual couple, despite the period of peace, will have to face an enormous threat ...

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