WARNING: NARUTO GAIDEN MANGA SPOILERS AHEAD
A new arc begins in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations in this month of August 2017. It cover the contents of Naruto creator Masashi Kishimoto’s Naruto Gaiden: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring. We’ll also finally see the final chapter 700 of Naruto animated!
For those that are unfamiliar with the 2015 manga, it’s a story of Sarada, along with Chocho, leaving the village in search of Sasuke and takes place before the events of Boruto: Naruto the Movie. The Naruto Gaiden manga was a total of 10 chapters long. It’s unclear how many episodes it will take to cover those 10 chapters, but based on the episode titles and summaries, it seems like by the end of August, we’ll cover 7 of the 10 chapters along with Naruto chapter 700. By September 6 with episode 23, we’d venture to guess it will be another two chapters for nine of the ten chapters from the Naruto Gaiden manga covered. Of course that’s just our prediction here on Anime Games Online based on the episode titles and summaries, we’ll have to watch Boruto: Naruto Next Generations to find out how it all unfolds in the anime! Take a look at the August 2017 schedule below!
- August 02, 2017
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 18 – A Day in the Life of the Uzumaki Family
Himawari is sick. As Boruto looks at his ill sister, he remembers the frightful day when his sister awakened the Byakugan after he tore her stuffed animals head off. Little Himawari was able to knock out her father on his critical day, the inauguration to take the title of Seventh Hokage of the Village Hidden in the Leaves!
- August 09, 2017
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 19 – Uchiha Sarada
Sarada is sick of seeing Boruto pranking on the Hokage stone faces, and then being chased around by his father. But seeing Boruto like this makes her think of her own father who she’s never met. Sarada misses her father Sasuke, who she has never met as far as she can remember it. Even if Sarada asks Sakura about him, she dodges her questions, so she ends up unintentionally taking a rebellious attitude. Meanwhile, Sarada finds a picture of Sasuke with a women wearing glasses.
- August 16, 2017
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 20 – The Boy with Sharingan
Uchiha Sasuke, who is traveling around the world on a top secret mission, sends information to Naruto of a person who has the Sharingan, a “Kekkei Genkai” unique to the Uchiha clan. But as of right now, the only living Uchiha members should be Sasuke and his daughter, Sarada…… On the other hand, Sarada, who has been asking about her “real mother” and searching for her father, happened upon the knowledge that Naruto is going to meet Sasuke, and with Chouchou who is talking about finding her real parents, decide to follow after Naruto.
- August 23, 2017
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 21 – Sasuke and Sarada
Sarada arrives at Pass Tower, where Sasuke is, and heads inside. However, the unexpected behavior and words from the father that she’s finally met deeply wound her. Naruto and Chouchou can’t stand the awkwardness between father and daughter, but suddenly they are attacked by a mysterious enemy.
- August 30, 2017
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 22 – Connecting Thoughts
The mysterious enemy, Shin, captures Sakura, and Sarada is left stunned. Even with the superior detection powers of Naruto, the location of Sakura cannot be determined. On the other hand, Sasuke is attentive of the large number of Sharingan that are buried in Shin’s arm. They decide to visit Orochimaru, a criminal of Konohagakure, who is performing forbidden research, to look for clues about Shin’s hand.
- September 06, 2017
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 23 – The Shape of Their Connections
Sarada, who has decided that she will rescue Sakura, follows Sasuke and the others to where Shin is. As they engage in battle with Shin’s clones that keep appearing, they finally arrive at where Sakura is, and Sarada stare in disbelief at the trust and coordination of Sasuke and Sakura, despite them having not met for a long time…
Thanks Joe Brooks, Marshall Law SpirallingSphere