Naruto's Father's Manga Special Gets a Release Date

 

In a recent popularity poll, it was revealed that the most popular Naruto character wasn't the main protagonist or his son, the current focus of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. Surprisingly, a character who has been deceased for a significant portion of the franchise, Minato, secured the top position. As a tribute to the Fourth Hokage, Masashi Kishimoto, the creator of Naruto, has announced the development of a one-shot manga special that delves into Minato's early years. Fans can now anticipate the release date for this highly anticipated manga.


The upcoming manga special will delve into Minato's past, long before he became the Fourth Hokage of Konoha. It will explore his journey in acquiring one of his most formidable jutsus, earning him the renowned moniker, "Yellow Flash." In a recent statement, Masashi Kishimoto, the creator of Naruto, shared his excitement about the upcoming special, saying, "I'm currently working on a short manga featuring Minato, who ranked 1st. As I aimed to meet the high expectations of his fans, the story ended up being more extensive than I initially anticipated. I invite you to anticipate the captivating tale behind Minato's remarkable jutsu!"







Here In A Yellow Flash:

The highly anticipated new chapter is scheduled to release in the 33rd issue of this year's Weekly Shonen Jump on July 18th. This upcoming special marks a significant occasion as it will be the first time in over seven years that Kishimoto will grace the publication with his artistry. With both the Boruto manga and anime currently on hiatus, fans who have been yearning for the ninja world will undoubtedly welcome this exciting addition.


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Studio Pierrot has officially announced that the anime adaptation of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations will be going on a temporary hiatus. However, to the delight of fans, the animation studio is diligently working on four brand-new episodes for the original anime series, slated to premiere this fall. As for the manga, a specific release date for the source material's return has yet to be unveiled, but it is expected to make a comeback sometime this year. With the manga and anime leaving viewers on suspenseful cliffhangers, enthusiasts have been eagerly anticipating the future destinies of Konoha's next generation, eagerly awaiting what lies ahead. 


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