Boruto is going to start its new “Vessel” arc and fans cannot suppress their excitement since the anime will finally be introducing Kawaki.
Several mysteries will unfold along with a new opening and ending theme. Boruto is an anime that you either love or hate, there is no in-between.
Although the anime has a lot of fillers, the vessel arc is something that fans can look forward to as it adapts the chapters from the manga.
Ikimono-gakari is performing the 8th opening theme song, “Baku”.
The opening theme song shows Kawaki as well as the other members of Kara. The opening can serve as a spoiler as it also gives a glimpse into the upcoming fights in the anime.
The four-member rock band, Mol-74, is performing the 15th ending theme song, “Answers”.
Ikimono-gakari has performed the 3rd and 5th opening themes of Naruto Shippuden. They have also released the opening of The Seven Deadly Sins.
Fans are comparing “Baku” with the 3rd opening theme of Naruto, “Blue Bird”. Both the songs are by Ikimono-gakari and fans are loving the hidden references in it.
Blue Bird is one of the most famous theme songs of Naruto, no wonder fans are excited about the new OP, given that it is already making fans nod their heads to the beat.
The upcoming “Vessel” arc will show Boruto meeting Kawaki. Kawaki will be officially introduced in this arc. Both of them have similar markings on their hands.
What do these marks mean? Both Boruto and Kawaki will discover the reason behind the marks the hard way. A fierce battle for power will unfold.
The Boruto: Naruto Next Generations anime debuted in Japan in April 2017.
New episodes are released every week. Although new episodes were supposed to air starting 3rd May, it was delayed till 5th July due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The anime is simulcast by HULU. Crunchyroll streams the anime as well.
About Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations is written and illustrated by Mikio Ikemoto and supervised by Masashi Kishimoto himself. It came into serialization in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump in June 2016.
The series follows the exploits of Naruto’s son, Boruto, during his academy days and further on. It also follows Boruto’s character development and the looming evil that challenges the fate of him and his loved ones.
Source: Viz Media YouTube channelOriginally Written By Epic Dope