Soar Festa is arguably the most important occasion for Shonen franchises of the yr, with this yr’s conference set to disclose some main information for the likes of My Hero Academia, One Piece, Jujutsu Kaisen, and lots of extra. Unsurprisingly, the Naruto franchise may also have a job to play because it continues releasing new tales below its sequel sequence, Boruto: Naruto Subsequent Generations, and the animation studio liable for the tv sequence, Studio Pierrot, is hinting at some main information that may arrive as a part of this anime occasion going down this December.

Studio Pierrot is sort of busy this fall anime season, not simply by supplying new episodes of Boruto: Naruto Subsequent Generations, which continues to launch installments on an virtually weekly foundation, but in addition with the return of Ichigo Kurosaki and the Soul Society in Bleach: Thousand Yr Blood Battle. Very similar to Studio BONES, which is at the moment engaged on each My Hero Academia and Mob Psycho 100 this fall anime season, Pierrot is juggling two main franchises however has up to now proved that it could excel on the subject of each bringing the Hidden Leaf Village and the Soul Reapers to life on a weekly foundation. Whereas an official anime crossover between the 2 Shonen franchises hasn’t been confirmed by any stretch of the creativeness, stranger issues have occurred.

A New Naruto?

Pierrot is about to attend this yr’s Soar Festa, and is touting “new sequence info”, together with a twentieth anniversary, probably that means that the Hidden Leaf Village is about to develop a bit bit greater because the anime adaptation tells distinctive tales at current that differ from what we have seen within the manga:

Since new animation was used to have fun Naruto’s twentieth anniversary, some Shonen followers have been clamoring for a rebooted sequence that will re-tell the Seventh Hokage’s story with new animation. Actually, with Pierrot giving Bleach a wild makeover because of the arrival of the Thousand Yr Blood Battle Arc, there may be proof that the animation studio might efficiently give a recent coat of paint to the early episodes that arrived on the small display a long time prior.


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