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During a recent interview, Mikio Ikemoto, author of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations," unveiled that its focus will substantiate the narration of the series for the near future. Let's find out what awaits us after the jump.

Although the fans are not happy with the end of "Naruto and Naruto Shippuden," the world created by Masashi Kishimoto, the anime is not yet finished, and the sequel of the series still has much to tell. The manga is now entering the narrative and it looks like the best is yet to come, at least according to Mikio Ikemoto. Mikio unveiled the number of small volumes that comprise the direct sequel to the masterpiece written and drawn by Masashi Kishimoto.

Interview by Ikemoto

Recently, Ikemoto gave an interview to Shueisha publishing house as part of the launch of Manga Plus, which gave him the opportunity to inform fans about the latest news of the story.

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In particular, the chat also focused on future narrative developments, a topic that never fails to interest fans. Here is what was affirmed by the mangaka about the focus of the next events. "As for the future unfolding of the story, we're going to focus on Kawaki and everything that goes around, so I do not really want the fans to lose it." It is worth mentioning that the seventh volume of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations," which was released recently, has Kawaki on its cover.

The story of the anime

According to Comic Book, currently, the "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" is just starting to delve into the mystery behind Kawaki. The character debuted, not long ago in the manga’s on-going arc, but things are not well for the boy.

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And actually, this is one of the main mysteries that lie between the episodes of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations," which has just started showing fans the son of the Seventh Hokage engaged in a clash between the ruins of the village. The enigma lies in the fact that now Kawaki is a guest of the Uzumaki family and of the village, who took him away from the clutches of the criminal organization known as Kara, responsible for turning him against his will into a living weapon.

This is why the news that the next chapters could provide us with clues about it was a true masterstroke on the part of Ikemoto to keep high attention. Serialized in Japan since May 2016, "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" currently consists of 7 volumes.

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