The series begins with a Boruto already grown, resembling what was Naruto Shippuden, here we can see how the village is once again devastated by chaos and an enemy whose identity has not yet been presented in this first episode, which tells us that the Adventures of the protagonist have many stories to tell, immediately engaging the audience.
The episode gives some degree of nostalgia for those who saw Naruto from its beginnings, unlike that series, here we are presented a protagonist in a world already more advanced, where some customs are maintained over the urbanization of society.
We see a protagonist very similar to that of 14 years ago, the rebellion, about trust and the ability not to surrender to any adversity, create the essence of the Uzumaki family.
Undoubtedly Boruto will echo his name, marking a new generation with his triumphs, failures, sadness, among other emotions that brought us the adventures of Naruto.
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations is a series of Action, Adventure, Martial Arts, Shounen, Super Power.
History: Not much to say here ... show opens on a cool action shot that looks like it happens 10-15 years from the current timeline. It tells us nothing about anything and is only as a bait for inexperienced anime viewers who will watch the show for 600 episodes to finally get to it.
The Characters: Again, not much to say about characters. Most of them are just copies of old characters with a little different design, different gender or slightly different name. Theiir personalities are the same as the old versions of characters but worse.
There are some brand new characters such as the class rep who is a quiet girl with no respect, or delinquent who does not study and completely changes his personality in a single episode. T
The Art: The show has vibrant colors and decent character designs (most of which are copies of old characters). Animation is very inconsistent, especially in ep. Four.
The Sound: The music is awesome. I would expect nothing less from Takanashi Yasuharu, who created some of my favorite OST's.
Boruto is born in my opinion as an attempt to continue the saga of Naruto, but this time teaching new adventures and perspectives of his universe.
Boruto maintains the same scheme of Naruto almost without any difference. The action, animation and design are the same, except for the protagonists, however the features are practically the same and this can symbolize a big problem because it makes the anime less innovative.
There is not much to say about this anime, I must say that it is quite exclusive to Naruto fans, given that it completely adapts to this type of audience.
To summarize: It is a good series, however the little innovation makes it monotonous, as it varied too little in the main focus of the plot, yet offering the same good quality in some of its elements.
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