Naruto Celebrates Spring With New Official Art

The world of Naruto has been running through the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump for decades, with the story of the Seventh Hokage introducing a new generation of ninja to the Hidden Leaf Village via Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. With the manga and anime series following Konoha on two very different adventures, the Shonen series has released new official artwork that sees Naruto and his fellow ninjas taking a much-needed break and celebrating the season of spring.

In the pages of the manga currently, Code is far from defeated, as Jigen’s heir apparent attempts to fulfill the Otsutsuki’s dreams and harness the chakra of the ninja world. With Shonen creator Masashi Kishimoto returning to writing, we’ve seen some major events happen since his return, including the deaths of Jigen and the nine-tailed fox Kurama, who was previously an ace major in the hole. of the Seventh Hokage. As Boruto’s latest chapter sees the return of Delta, who now fights alongside the Hidden Leaf ninjas thanks to Amado’s machinations, Code’s new allies Eida and Daemon have entered the fray, which does not is sure to cause serious trouble for Boruto and company. .

Twitter user Abdul_S17 has shared official Naruto art which sees the vast majority of Konoha ninja coming together not to fight the Kara Organization or some other major threat, but rather take the opportunity to take advantage of a break while celebrating the spring season as they wait for their next ninja battle:

It might be a while before we see the events of the manga play out in the anime again, as the TV series seriously caught up with the battle against Jigen, who almost caught up with the anime with the final manga chapters. Although there have been a number of manga chapters that have been released for Boruto: Naruto Next Generations After the anime adaptation, the monthly release schedule for the Shonen series means that it might be a while before this current battle against Code hits the small screen.

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