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"Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" is one of the most popular anime in the world. The animated series is currently at the climax of the original narrative arc of Mitsuki's disappearance. With each passing episode, the arc is getting more interesting. Starting from February 10, 2019, after which, the animated transposition of "Naruto Shinden - Oyako no Hi" (Naruto - The New Generation - Family Day), one of the last three light novels of the "Shinden" series, will begin. The adaptation focused on Naruto Uzumaki's character in his adulthood will consist of a total of three episodes.

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The anime recently launches its new eighth closing theme in episode 88 on 6 January 2019. The new series "Shinden", written by different screenwriters and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto, consists of two other stories; one on Sasuke Uchiha and another on Shikamaru Nara.

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I do not know yet if the latter will be transposed into the anime. According to ComicBook, launched at the end of Episode 88, "Clash: Kokuyou!," the new ending theme is titled "Tsuyogari LOSER" and is performed by the Japanese all-female band ЯeaL. This is the eighth ending theme of the series so far and serves as a distinct shift from the last ending theme sequence.

Also, just before the end of the theme, the first colours begin to appear, with the protagonist of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" that understands not to be alone, with the appearance of the many friends of Team 7. Fans are now curious to see which direction will the script of the series go once ending this story arc. Talking about the next chapter, as the Mitsuki’s Disappearance arc comes to an end, “Boruto: Naruto Next Generations” episode 90 will offer another intense battle sequence, reports EconoTimes.

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Also, The preview for “Boruto: Naruto Next Generations” episode 90 featured a dialogue between Mitsuki and Sekiei along with snippets of their battle.

In Japan, five novels by Boruto have been published which inspire the initial arc of the anime of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" until it has reached the events of "Boruto: Naruto" the Movie. The animated series is produced by Studio Pierrot and broadcast every Thursday on TV Tokyo, which has reached 88 episodes.

Naruto, on the other hand, was created by Masashi Kishimoto from 1999 to 2014 in the Weekly Shonen Jump (Shueisha) magazine.

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We will keep you updated regarding the anime series. Stay tuned.