Boruto’s manga is slowly picking up popularity with its recent Time Travel arc. A play to ablaze the nostalgia amongst fans and looks like they’re doing it again with the latest manga chapter of the series.
Chapter 40, titled “The Invisible Jutsu”, continues the fight to save Naruto from Jigen’s prison guarded by Boro. Boruto, Sarada, Mitsuke and Kawaki (Kara’s vessel) fight the brute head on to save the Seventh Hokage from his ultimate demise. After tracking down Naruto’s location Boruto and gang unleash the limits of their abilities on Boro, Kara’s Number 3 guy, who is also excited to duke it out with these kids to recapture Kawaki. However, their attacks have little to no effect on the brute as his regenerative abilities heal him up from all damages, including a head-on Rasengan from Boruto.
After Sarada throws a mountain at Boro to create a diversion, they stop at a nearby hiding place, and Sarada tries to enliven the spirit by saying:
“We three of Cell Number Seven, plus Kawaki makes four. With the teamwork of our Revamped Cell Number Seven, Let the counter-attack begin!”
Team Seven is an iconic name, from the training arena in Konoha to the Ultimate Battle Ground against Madara and Kaguya, Naruto, Sasuke and Sakura are known as the Team Seven. Now with a new Team Seven on the battlefield, some epic action sequences are bound to go down. On the other hand, this teaming up of Boruto and Kawaki makes their inevitable falling out much sadder.
In close-cut combat with the demon Kyuubi, the Nine-Tailed Fox, Konohagaukre’s Fourth Hokage and his wife lose their life. To secure the safety of their beloved village, they seal the demon inside their son, Naruto Uzumaki, moments after his birth. Now Naruto must struggle to grow up in this hate-filled world which seems to despise him for no reason.
However, his never-ending desire to become the village’s next leader takes him down a long and arduous path filled with action, Ninjutsu, love and betrayal.
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