'Boruto: Naruto Next Generations' Spoilers: Boruto Fights the Mujina to Save Tento Madoka; Young Hero Shows Strange Power

9:41 AM EDT 5/19/2017 by Cores Grace, Celebeat Reporter

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Ukyō Kodachi's "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" manga continues the journey of Naruto Uzumaki's son, Boruto as he struggles to avoid the shadows of his father. An anime adaptation started airing on April 5 that follows the story of the manga origin, which is supervised by original "Naruto" creator Masashi Kishimoto. The most recent chapter of the manga series features the Hokage's son as he sets off for an important mission. It can be recalled when Kishimoto said that he wants the manga series to exceed his own work and recent reports suggest that he allows a death of an important character in the series.

"Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" chapter 12 showcases the young hero as he starts to watch over Tento Madoka, the son and only heir of the feudal lord in the Land of Fire, Ikkyu Madoka. As he guards Tento, the two got along well while they play cards, where they both shared the same sentiments - gaining both the attention of their fathers. While on his mission, the young hero also realized that he is still too far from being a respected ninja.

"Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" chapter 12 also revealed Boruto telling Tento to focus on the things that he loves doing rather than spending so much time just to catch his father's attention. However, things went wrong when Tento got kidnapped in an attempt to get his father's agreement with the demands of the Mujina. As posted on Read Manga, the next chapter sees Boruto's battle against the Mujina to save Tento from danger.

Meanwhile, Comic Book reports that the new "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" anime episode preview shows Boruto's strange power. The young hero is able to show it off to his parents. It is said that this revelation catches his father's attention.

As for the death of an important "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" character, Masashi Kishimoto said that it's fine with him for as long as it's done in a significant way. He went on to say that he approves this possibility as he wants the anime series to be more interesting. That way, the longtime "Naruto" fans won't get tired watching.

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