Is Boruto Over?

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘Boruto Anime Suddenly Ends After 6 Years’ by Out of Japan

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“Boruto anime goes on indefinite hiatus, leaving fans with cliffhanger and criticism.”

Key Insights

  • Boruto anime is going on indefinite hiatus starting in April 2023.
  • Viz confirmed the hiatus and announced the final episode for Part 1 on March 26th.
  • The break will last for three months or more, but it hasn't been confirmed yet.
  • In the latest episode, Boruto followed Kawaki and encountered two new villains, Ada and Code.
  • Part 2 of Boruto will start after a time skip, leaving anime-only fans on a major cliffhanger.
  • The choice to split the anime into parts has received criticism.
  • Boruto anime has been criticized for the high number of filler episodes (43% of total content).
  • Negative comments have circulated regarding the hiatus, with some hoping the anime doesn't return.
  • Fans expect better animation and adherence to the source material after the hiatus.
  • Studio Pierrot, the animation studio for Boruto, may focus on Bleach's Thousand Year Blood War arc and Black Clover's first feature film during the break.

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The Boruto anime is going on hiatus! It’s time for the latest news, out of Japan!

A recent leak revealed that Boruto would be going on indefinite hiatus starting in April 2023. Then, Viz confirmed it when they announced the final episode for Part 1 on March 26th. This means Boruto fans have only a few episodes left until the break. But that also means a second part will be coming in the future.

According to the leak, the break will last anywhere from three months or more. But this still hasn’t been confirmed.

In the latest episode, Boruto followed Kawaki who was using himself as bait to protect his new family. He met up with two new villains, Ada and Code, so he could keep Naruto safe. Boruto got involved to keep Kawaki out of danger too and activated his karma.

From the pacing, manga fans figured out that Part 2 will start after a time skip. And that will leave anime-only fans on a major cliffhanger.

But other fans aren’t sure about the choice to split the anime into parts. The Naruto anime did the same thing during its run by renaming its second part Shippuden. While in the manga, it’s just one story, with a time skip in the middle when Naruto finishes training with Jiraiya.

But Boruto has received a lot of criticism because of the anime’s choices. One of the main reasons is the amount of filler episodes it includes. Of the 293 episodes, there’s about 126 filler episodes. That’s 43% of its content.

So the news that it’s going on hiatus has brought out a lot of negative comments, and some people are hoping it doesn’t return.

Back in February, fans took to Twitter to complain about the quality, specifically because of how Naruto’s face looked. And there’s the scene of Boruto crying in 2022. That’s still famous for how badly it was animated.

Fans are hopeful that this means they’ll get more episodes that follow the source material, even if it means less content. Likewise, animators and the staff for the show can have a much-needed break. And that would also mean better animation overall.

But considering that Studio Pierrot also animates Bleach’s Thousand Year Blood War arc, people believe the break is to focus on that, since it returns in July 2023. It’s also expected to have 52 episodes total. Black Clover’s first feature film was also done by them, and is releasing in June 2023. It makes sense that the staff would need a break.

From the promise of an epic time skip to this upcoming hiatus, Boruto fans can only hope that their patience will pay off half as much as it has for fans of the Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi games.

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘Boruto Anime Suddenly Ends After 6 Years’ by Out of Japan