- Capa comum: 208 páginas
- Editora: Viz LLC; Edição: 01 (5 de abril de 2017)
- Idioma: Inglês
- ISBN-10: 1421592118
- ISBN-13: 978-1421592114
- Dimensões do produto: 12,7 x 1,5 x 19 cm
- Peso de envio: 222 g
- Avaliação média: 2 avaliações de clientes
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Boruto, Vol. 1: Naruto Next Generations (Inglês) Capa Comum – 5 abr 2017
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I am not a fan of Sasuke or Sakura, but I do like their daughter. She has spunk. I'd like to see more of the side characters, but since this is the first of the series I am going to have to wait just like every other reader out there. I like Mitsuki and am excited to see where he goes as a character.
As for Boruto (which that is a terrible name), I do hope they don't make him so disgusted with his dad that it comes off as ridiculous. I can understand the whole idea of not having a father who is really there. Hinata's comment about how he isn't like Naruto in that his father is alive isn't quite accurate. Naruto's father died, whereas Naruto is choosing to put his work duties ahead of his family duties. It is comparing apples and oranges, so Boruto has every right to feel neglected because as a kid he can see that his father is choosing one thing over the other, whereas dearly departed granddad didn't really have a choice, being dead and all. Sorry folks, Boruto does have a point.
The family issues aside, I think my only complaint is the drawing. I am a huge fan of the drawings in the original series and how the characters appear as older seem off to me. I looked at Gaara and wondered if that was the same man. I'd like to see more of the Kage group in the future, especially since Gaara is my favorite Naruto character.
Fun read, and recommended for people who are able to see the series as a stand alone rather than an attempt to revive a series that ended with a lot of fans and tears.
I digress.. This is a manga that takes place after the fifth ninja war and Naruto becomes Hokage and has kids. This is about his kid (Boruto) and Boruto's relationship with Naruto and everyone else around Boruto. The only MAJOR difference in all this is the art. It's done by someone else which is somewhat of a small let down but, you get used to it. Love Naruto and probably anything that involves Naruto.
Bit of Misukis background