What follows is a brief summary of the BORUTO manga:
Members of a new generation of ninjas take up the stage of the life of a shinobi.
Members of the latest ninja generation take to the stage of shinobi life. The primary character of this story is Boruto Uzumaki, who is the 7th Hokage and
The primary character of this story is Boruto Uzumaki, who is the son of Naruto Uzumaki, the 7th Hokage.
His father is upset because he doesn’t spend enough
He is enraged by the fact that his father, who works hard, does not spend much time with his kids. They are a member of a team that
also consists of Mitsuki and Sarada Uchiha, the daughter of Sasuke and Sakura
They form a team with Mitsuki and Sarada Uchiha, the daughter of Sasuke and Sakura Uchiha, under the command of Konohamaru Sarutobi.
Developed by Ukyo Kodachi and Masashi Kishimoto, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations is a Japanese manga series. The artwork for this series was created by Mikio Ikemoto. In May 2016, Kodachi, who served as the author, and Kishimoto, who served as the editorial director, began serializing it in Shueisha’s shonen manga publication, Weekly Shonen Jump. The transition to V Jump, a monthly publication from Shueisha, happened in July 2019. Published by Shueisha, both periodicals. Kishimoto took up Kodachi’s writing duties in November 2020 after Kodachi withdrew his resignation. The exploits of Boruto Uzumaki and the ninja team he commands are chronicled in Boruto, which is both a spin-off and a sequel to Kishimoto’s Naruto. He is Naruto Uzumaki’s son, Boruto.
When Kishimoto was approached by Shueisha to produce a Naruto sequel, that is how Boruto was initially conceptualized. However, Kishimoto declined the offer and offered that his former helper Mikio Ikemoto sketch it instead. Creating the plot was the responsibility of Boruto: Naruto the Movie author Uky Kodachi. The direction of the manga is a joint effort by Kodachi and Ikemoto. Anime television series based on the adaption debuted on TV Tokyo in April of 2017. The opening of the anime is a prologue that takes place before Boruto and his friends become into ninjas in a later story arc, in contrast to the opening of the manga, which was a recreation of the Boruto movie. The writing of many light books has also occurred.
When compared to the anime prequel of Pierrot, the manga’s plot was praised for using both new and recurring characters whereas the anime’s focus was mainly on the protagonist. The use of new and recurring characters in the anime prequel received attention as well. The manga series has already been published in one million copies by Shueisha as of the start of 2017.
Plot: The manga begins with a fight between a young Boruto Uzumaki and an enemy named Kawaki that occurs after the collapse of his town, and then it continues with a description of what happened in Boruto: The new information-containing Naruto movie.  The Seventh Hokage Naruto Uzumaki’s son, Boruto Uzumaki, holds it against him because his father put the demands of the community above those of his family. The daughter of Sasuke and Sakura Uchiha, Sarada, and Mitsuki, a synthetic son made by Orochimaru, join forces with Boruto at that point. All of them are members of a ninja team led by Konohamaru Sarutobi, a student of Sarutobi who served as Naruto’s mentor. To inform Naruto about the impending threat presented by Kaguya tsutsuki and his goals, Sasuke has returned to the town. He will deliver the word to him. Sasuke is asked to help Boruto get ready for the upcoming Chunin exam as part of Boruto’s attempt to make a good impression on his father. Sasuke met a couple named Momoshiki and Kinshiki tsutsuki, who abduct Naruto as he is taking the exam so they may use kurama, a tailed beast imprisoned within Naruto’s body, to revive the dying Divine Tree in the world they came from. The four Kages, the headmen of the other ninja villages, Boruto, Sasuke, and Sasuke have set out to rescue Naruto since he is in danger. Momoshiki, who had sacrificed Kinshiki to bolster his own power, is destroyed by Boruto and Naruto with the help of Sasuke, bringing the conflict to a conclusion. Despite this, Momoshiki manages to live long enough to reveal to Boruto his full potential and warn him of upcoming difficulties. After he has recovered from the fight, Boruto realizes that he will one day become just like Sasuke and advises Sarada to follow her dream of becoming Hokage.