On Thursday, the official website for the Naruto anime series declared that four fresh episodes will be broadcasted in September as part of the franchise’s 20th-anniversary celebration. The original Naruto anime was first aired in October 2002. Additionally, selected past episodes of the Naruto anime will be rebroadcasted in Japan from July onwards.
The Visuals were Also Released on the Official Twitter Page of Boruto. The Visuals Below:
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Studio Pierrot released a video called “Road of Naruto” in October, which compresses two decades of Naruto anime history into a ten-minute clip. It contains Spoilers.
The First Naruto television anime was broadcasted from 2002 to 2007. The Naruto Shippūden sequel series debuted in 2007 and concluded in 2017.
In May 2016, Ukyō Kodachi and Mikio Ikemoto launched the sequel manga, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, in Weekly Shonen Jump, with the manga’s publication being monthly. In July 2019, the manga was relocated to Shueisha’s V Jump magazine. In November 2020, Masashi Kishimoto, the original creator of the Naruto manga, resumed writing duties for the manga.
The Boruto: Naruto Next Generations television anime premiered in April 2017. The anime is being simulcast on Hulu by Viz Media as it airs in Japan, and it’s also being streamed by Crunchyroll. Adult Swim’s Toonami block began airing the anime in September 2018, and Viz Media is releasing it on home video. Part I of the anime will wrap up on March 26, with Part II already confirmed for production.