Naruto Spin Off: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month character art for Uzumaki Naruto, Uzumaki Bolt and Uchiha Sarada revealed
The Naruto Spinoff is on its way. Although this is not probably the spin off you have in mind?Boruto: The Naruto Movie. This one is a bit different; it is a miniseries for the original Naruto series according to comicbookresources. It could be?a mini follow-up for the Naruto Shippuden?perhaps.
Recently, the illustration for the upcoming Naruto spin off has been revealed and it features new concept art for Uzumaki Boruto and Uchiha Sarada.
Naruto Spin off illustration revealed! See what Naruto, Boruto and Sarada will look like in the upcoming spinoff
The art concept for Naruto, Boruto and Sarad was revealed by comic Natalie last March 30, 2015. You can see there that Bolt is a bit older and more matured compared to the one we?ve all seen in the final issue of Naruto Shippuden 700. His jacket is a bit different here?you can see that the artist behind it added the vertical line on the design on his sleeves. Sarada also went through a make-over. It perfectly resembles Sakura?s attire during the Naruto Shippuden era. As for Naruto, he is still wearing the same outfit he wore during the last issue of the manga.
Naruto Spin off release date, title and storyline
As reported by idigitaltimes, the spin off is going to be titled as Naruto Gaiden: Nanadaime Hokageto Akairo no Hanatsuzuki (or in English, Naruto Gaiden: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month). The Naruto spinoff is going to be released by the end of April.
Details for the plot have not yet been revealed but as stated on comicbookresources, Weekly Shonen Jump recently released a teaser indicating that ?The story enters a new generation ??
What do you think about this latest revelation for the upcoming Naruto Spin off? Do you think Sarada is going to have the same strength her mother has or what about Boruto?s cocky smirk? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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