Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Teases Major Deaths in the Series

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Teases Major Deaths in the Series

 Ever since Masashi Kishimoto returned as the mangaka for Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, there have been some big changes in the manga story. The anime series with the latest episode titled Wish is following chapter 58, while Masashi Kishimoto rejoined as the mangaka for chapter 65. Manga readers already know that there have been some major deaths and changes in the story since Kishimoto returned.

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Spoiler Alert

Not to bring up too many spoilers, there will be some major changes in the story which will also transition to the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. The Hidden Leaf Village will go through some serious downgrades with the battle against the Kara Organization, while Kishimoto may also take down some of the biggest names in the series, that way changing the world of Naruto for good.

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Boruto and Kawaki are continuing to battle Code, while Shikamaru might get caught in the crossfire. Kishimoto already took down some major characters from the series, while it is no wonder to have some of the older characters from Naruto taken down as the sequel series is focusing on the new generation. Shikamaru might be the next death in the manga story, which will also reflect on the anime series.

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He will need to choose between his own life and having Code defeated, and it somehow isn’t hard to imagine what Shikamaru’s choice would be. Naruto will also be drawn into this part of the story, having Code as a serious opponent in the series. Will Shikamaru be the next death in the series and how will that reflect on the story?

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