'Boruto' Animator Shares Sketch Of The Teenage Hero

Fans are now firmly into the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations series, which is the canon spin-off [...]

Fans are now firmly into the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations series, which is the canon spin-off of Naruto, based on the 4th Great Shinobi War. Already, fans have been given a sneak Peek into the future where a teenage Boruto is standing on top of a destroyed Konoha, with the mysterious villain in Kawaki being the culprit.

However, it will be some time before the series catches up to that point, however, fans are hopeful that they will have all their questions answered sooner rather than later. With the series getting more exciting by the episodes, the franchises animator in Chengxi Huang has released a sketch of Boruto as a teenager.

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In the sketch, Boruto looks ready for battle holding what appears to be Sasuke's sword and looking so much like his father in Naruto it's scary. Thus far fans have been given little of Boruto as a teenager and so this is the first time in a while that fans have been given new content of Boruto not being a child.

You can check out the synopsis for Boruto: Naruto Next Generations below:

"The village of Konoha has managed to change, modernized next to an era of peace. Raising high constructions, large computer monitors of transmission of images (televisions last generation), divisions and divisions (streets) connected to run (to mobilize) electric cars, The way to live in the ninja era has changed ...

The leader of the village is, the seventh Hokage. Boruto is the son of Naruto Uzumaki, to become a ninja must enroll in the school "ninja academy". But the students in the surroundings see Boruto with prejudiced eyes for the thing of being "the son of the seventh Hokage". However, Boruto has unprecedented capabilities.


Boruto will meet new friends, and there will be an incident mystery how he will face this challenge, inside the heart of the whole team, now the story of "Boruto Uzumaki," begins."