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Boruto and Sasuke travel over into the past of Konoha, meeting past adaptations of the ninja that populate the Hidden Leaf Village. Well, fans won’t need to stand by any longer, as the Mujina Bandits circular arc, which follows the following large storyline of the manga, will make its introduction in the not so distant future and an official depiction of the arc has been discharged!

The official description of the forthcoming arc has been translated by Twitter user “OrganicDinosaur” that is hoping to acquaint another danger with both Boruto, the remainder of Team 7, and Konoha as hoodlums that are hoping to make their next huge score.

Houzuki Castle is a penitentiary that is difficult to break out of, and is currently being managed by Kusagakure Village. It’s been decided that Boruto and Mitsuki from Team 7 would be dispatched to this castle. Imprisoned there is someone from the atrocious thieving organizations, ‘The Mujina Bandis‘ = They come into contact with a former member named Kokuri, who tried to escape from and betray ‘The Mujina Bandits‘. The two of them have been given a mission to start protecting him from the assassins from the ‘Mujina‘. Concealing her true identity, Uchiha Sarada also joins forces with them later on. And so, the escort mission for Team 7 has begun!”

Boruto started from Shueisha‘s proposition to Kishimoto on making a continuation of Naruto. Be that as it may, Kishimoto rejected this offer and proposed his previous collaborator Mikio Ikemoto to draw it; the essayist of the film Boruto: Naruto the MovieUkyō Kodachi, made the plot. While both Kodachi and Ikemoto are responsible for the manga, Kodachi additionally regulates the anime‘s adjustment close by Kishimoto.

The story was likewise praised for structure up the first Naruto situation by appearing new age of ninjas and their associations with their folks and coaches. Pierrot‘s anime prequel additionally earned commendation for its utilization of both new and returning characters. Shueisha has delivered a million duplicates of the manga arrangement as of January 2017.

(C) Ukyō Kodachi, Shueisha / “Boruto: Naruto Next Generations” Production