Naruto Manga Spin Off Reveals New Character Art Of Bolt And Sarada - iDigitalTimes.com

The long awaited Naruto manga spin off story will be released on Weekly Shonen Jump at the end of April. Information has not been readily available except for the fact the new generation of the Naruto universe will be the stars of this particular story.

When the release date for the Naruto manga spin off was announced, the title was also unveiled. The Naruto mini series is titled ‘Naruto Gaiden: Nanadaime Hokage to Akairo no Hanatsuzuki’ (Naruto Spinoff: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month) and will feature adult/Hokage Naruto and his son Bolt.

But new character art uploaded onto Comic Natalie -- via Robot 6 --  for the Naruto manga spin off will have Sakura and Sasuke’s daughter, Sarada [Salad] involved as well. Along with the new character art of Bolt and Sarada, an adult Naruto in his Hokage garb was also unveiled on the site, which you can see below.

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It was announced that the latest movie in the Naruto series will be based on Bolt and the newer generation of ninja. This miniseries will likely act as a primer to this ‘new world’ that will debut in Japan in August 2015.

There are also Naruto novels being published that focus on different characters in the Naruto universe that picks up where the main story left off in Chapter 700. Kakashi and Shikamaru’s novels have already debuted while others showcasing Gaara and others will be released throughout the year.

Naruto creator, Masashi Kishimoto, has said in recent interviews that he has some stories to tell with Naruto and the rest of the gang and that he puts a Summer 2015 deadline for when he feels he’ll be done with the series and can move onto something else.

He also teased a special technique that will be special to Bolt.

So what do you think of the new Naruto character art featuring Bolt and Sarada? What do you hope to see in the miniseries and subsequent movie? Sound off in the comments section below. 

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Naruto's not over yet with new manga chapters, anime series coming soon! - RocketNews24

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Even though the manga that started it all ended last November, there’s been no shortage of things for fans of ninja franchise Naruto to enjoy since then. In addition to new episodes of the continuing TV anime adaptation, there’s been an animated movie and stage show, and you’d better believe plenty of people are looking forward to the upcoming Naruto Exhibition at art museums in Tokyo and Osaka.

Even if you’re of the mind that all the related events in the world can’t take the place of new comic content, there’s good news, as publisher Shueisha has announced a new, bonus installment of Naruto manga as it gears up for a shift in its anime focus.

According to the most recent issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, the comic anthology that was home to the Naruto manga for 15 years, creator Masashi Kishimoto is once again picking up his pen. This stint doesn’t look like it’ll be as long as his last one, though.

Shueisha says that Kishimoto is drawing a “short-term serialization” which will run in the double-issue of Weekly Shonen Jump that goes on sale April 27. The special edition is listed as both volumes 22 and 23 of the magazine, so it’s unclear whether the new installment will be one continuous chapter or broken into two sections that appear in different parts of the publication.

What we do know, though, is the title, Naruto Gaidenâ€"Shichidaime Haori to Hiiro no Hana no Tsuki, or Naruto Side Story-The Seventh Haori and the Scarlet Moon.

â–¼ An image of series protagonist Naruto from the new manga chapter

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Artwork released ahead of the issue’s release seem to point to Naruto’s son Boruto, as well as rival Sasuke’s daughter Sarada, playing important roles.

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Unfortunately, it looks like the Naruto Side Story is only sticking around for the single double-issue of Jump. You could speculate that its incredibly short run is just long enough to whet fans’ appetites for more ninja adventures without actually satisfying that craving, and you’re probably right.

But even that cloud has a silver lining. The newest issue of the magazine also mentions that a new Naruto anime, with Boruto as the main character, will premier in August.

▼ And if you’re looking for something to do while you’re waiting until then, there are 700 existing chapters of Naruto you could reread.

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Source: Comic Natalie
Top image: Wikia
Insert images: Comic Natalie, Mandarake

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Naruto, Boruto, Sarada Unveiled From Naruto Spinoff Manga Mini-Series - Anime News Network

Naruto Gaiden: Nanadaime Hokage to Akairo no Hanatsuzuki takes story to new generation

The Comic Natalie website posted images of Boruto (Bolt), Sarada (Salad), and Naruto himself from Naruto Gaiden: Nanadaime Hokage to Akairo no Hanatsuzuki (Naruto Spinoff: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month), the Naruto spinoff manga mini-series that will launch on April 27.

The combined 22nd/23rd issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine will ship on April 27, and the magazine teases, "Urgent News: The story enters a new generation…" Hanatsuzuki is a month in the traditional Japanese lunar calendar, and it roughly falls around late March to early May in the modern calendar.

The main Naruto manga by Masashi Kishimoto ended in Weekly Shonen Jump on November 10 after 15 years of serialization. However, the magazine had revealed then that "a newly budding Konoha story" will begin this spring. An art exhibition and a stage play is also debuting this spring.

Boruto -Naruto the Movie-, the upcoming film sequel to the Naruto manga and The Last -Naruto the Movie-, will open in August. This new film will tell the story of [Highlight white text to read spoilers] Boruto (Bolt), Naruto Uzumaki and Hinata Hyūga's son who appeared in the 700th and final chapter of the manga. Kishimoto added, "I conceived a story in which Boruto and [Sasuke's daughter] Sarada appears. Sasuke and Sakura also appear." He also conceived of Boruto's special fighting move.

Kishimoto had said in an interview in November that he will still have other work left to do in the Naruto franchise until this summer, so he will not begin preparing his next non-Naruto title in earnest until after that.

Images © Masashi Kishimoto Scott/Shueisha


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'Naruto Spinoff: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month:' New Naruto ... - Design & Trend

(Photo : Shonen Jump) Although the original Naruto manga series ended recently, a new canon manga will be released for the popular ninja manga. Called “Naruto Gaiden: Nanadaime to Akairo no Hanatsuzuki.” Translated into English, it reads “Naruto Spinoff: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month.”

Although the original Naruto manga series ended recently, a new canon manga will be released for the popular ninja manga. Called "Naruto Gaiden: Nanadaime to Akairo no Hanatsuzuki." Translated into English, it reads "Naruto Spinoff: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month."

The issue will ship on April 27. The teaser reads: "Urgent News: The story enters a new generation..." Some fans speculate that the series will center around Naruto as hokage.

The spinoff was announced in November 2014 before the original manga series ended. News about the official date release comes from the 18th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump issue 22/23.

This release will coincide with the next upcoming Naruto movie, "Boruto: Naruto the Movie."

Initially, Naruto fans thought that "The Last: Naruto the Movie" would be the end of the popular anime. Turns out, it's not and it is actually the beginning of a new Naruto Era, called "New Era Project." According to Kishimoto, the next Naruto movie will center on "Boruto" (Bolt), Naruto's son with Hinata.

In the movie, Bolt will be joined by Sarada, daughter of Haruno Sakura and Uchiha Sasuke. Speculations are that Orochimaru may return as a villain. Perhaps Naruto will make an appearance as well and face Orochimaru.

This could be great as the two characters are offspring of the main characters, and it could be like a next generation rekindling of the former dynamic relationship the original three had.

Rumors are even swirling about the possible romantic tie between Bolt and Sarada.

Currently, Kishimoto is developing the characters for this next installment and is also working on Bolt's technique and ultimate move.

This upcoming movie will be the 11th edition of the Naruto the Movie series. The previous movie, "The Last: Naruto the Movie" featured Toneri Otsutsuki and the relationship between Naruto and Hinata.

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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 PS4, Xbox One, PC Update: New ... - Venture Capital Post

Die-hard fans will expect another Byakugan user to join the battle. Latest news mentioned about having Hyuga Hinata as a new playable character for the upcoming "Ultimate Ninja Storm 4" gameplay.

Based from the recent reports about this playable character, Hinata is one of the youngest main branch of the Hyuga clan, out of 80 playable characters at the same time 7 supporting characters in the "Naruto Shippuden" game universe.

Her character already appeared from the manga series, now, to join the rumble together with the other playable characters all throughout the gameplay. Aside from her appearances from the manga, she was also included in the recent "Naruto: The Last Movie" wherein she and her friends were seen as grown-ups like Uzumaki Naruto and Uchiha Sasuke.

When her joining to the Ninja battles in the game [as one of the playable characters], fans were immediately hyped while adding another name to their respective rosters of powerful Byakugan.

In her generation, her capability is tantamount to her powerful cousine, Hyuga Neiji, unfortunately excluded from the succession of the Hyuga main branch.

Aside from Hinata, her younger sister, Hanabi will also take her part as one of the playable characters. She is able to perform powerful combination ultimate jutsu of Hiashi, Hinata and Neiji.

So, for the sake of the Byakugan users, they can unlock and also use the Kekai Genkai: Doujutsu Byakugan. This will be utilized with their eyes' bloodline ability, while having the Taijutsu Gentle Fists for the hand-to-hand combats.

Meanwhile, there were rumours that there will be another new gameplay to arrive wherein players can change their controlled characters even mid battle. However, this claim was not yet confirmed if these are possible or true since there were no gameplay trailers released as of the moment.

So far, the latest update for the game's trailer was the new title which hinted from the concept arts and a video trailer showing Hashimara Senju and Uchiha Madara battle.

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 will be released in PS4, Xbox One, and PC platforms in 2015.

 

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Comics AM | 'Naruto' spinoff miniseries to launch in April - Comic Book Resources

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Manga | Masashi Kishimoto’s Naruto ended its weekly serialization in Shonen Jump magazine in November, but a spinoff miniseries, Naruto Gaiden: Nanadaime Hokage to Akairo no Hanatsuzuki (Naruto Spinoff: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month), will launch in the April 27 issue of Japanese Shonen Jump. The magazine teases, “”Urgent News: The story enters a new generation …”  [Anime News Network]

The cartoon at the center of the case

The cartoon at the center of the case

Legal | A Turkish court has fined cartoonists Bahadır Baruter and Özer AydoÄŸan the equivalent of about $2,700 for a cartoon that allegedly implied that President Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan is gay. The cartoon, which appeared on the cover of Penguen magazine shortly after ErdoÄŸan’s election, showed him asking government officials whether they had prepared “any journalists to slaughter,” an allusion to ritual sacrifice. A citizen filed a complaint with the government, alleging the “ball-shaped” gesture that one character was making implied that ErdoÄŸan was gayâ€"an allegation the cartoonists denied. Nonetheless, the prosecutor charged both with insulting the president. The court agreed and sentenced them to 14 months in prison, then reduced that to 11 months because of the cartoonists’ “good behavior,” and finally commuted it to the fine. In a Kafkaesque twist, however, Baruter will now be tried on a new charge of insulting the prosecutor because, as part of his defense, he stated that the “wrong interpretation of the hand gesture by the prosecutor could be related to his subconscious.” [Hurriyet Daily News]

Political cartoons | Charles A. Mason covers an appearance by Ecuadorian cartoonist Xavier Bonilla (Bonil) at Western Kentucky University. Bonilla showed some of his cartoons and discuss President Rafael Correa’s attempts to silence him. [Bowling Green Daily News]

The Sculptor

The Sculptor

Creators | In an interview that is of necessity filled with spoilers, Scott McCloud discusses the ending of his latest graphic novel, The Sculptor. [The Comics Journal]

Creators | Laura Hudson profiles Jason Shiga, who takes the choose-your-own-adventure story to its logical extremes in Meanwhile and his other graphic novels. [BoingBoing]

Creators | Priscilla Frank gathers a list of 18 LGBTQ creators worth checking out. [The Huffington Post]

Graphic novels | Dominic Umile reviews March: Book Two and adds some historical context from other sources. [Chicago Reader]

Exhibits | John Kelly pays a visit to the Alt-Weekly Comics show at the Society of Illustrators in New York, and he gathers interviews and background information that really make this article a primer on this important, if often neglected, sector of the comics world. [The Comics Journal]

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