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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations

Alternative Titles

English: Boruto: Naruto Next Generations


Type: TV
Episodes: Unknown
Status: Currently Airing
Aired: Apr 5, 2017 to ?
Premiered: Spring 2017
Broadcast: Sundays at 17:30 (JST)
Licensors: Viz Media
Studios: Studio Pierrot
Source: Manga
Duration: 23 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.671 (scored by 115,938 users)
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Ranked: #51502
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Popularity: #299
Members: 297,132
Favorites: 2,832


BnHA and Boruto. Both are set in a world where heroes (BnHA) and ninjas (Boruto) are included in modern society. Where boys of the new generation turn out to be the hope for the stability of society, with the teaching of what the previous heroes left behind and their own conviction of being a hero. 
report Recommended by OtakuNote87
These are both the latest anime adaptations of iconic shonen series. They have both dealt with harsh criticism from fans yet done well enough that it's obvious that majority of fans have at least found some enjoyment in the series'. They both started slow but got more interesting and improved further into the series. 
report Recommended by JVskunkape
Both anime are sequels to previous popular anime. Also, story wise both main characters struggle with issue that "Their father is a great person" and "people expect too much from them". Anyways, if you are interested in stories where kids struggle in their parents' shadow, here you go. 
report Recommended by Lylaaz
- Gon and Boruto share this incredible positivity, determination. while Killua and Mitsuki protect them like caring big brothers, build unbreakable bonds of friendship along the way, and overcome their limitations working as a team. - Gon longs to have a relationship with his father like Boruto, although he does not retort to mischief to get his attention. - Very similar art  
report Recommended by gangstabrainsick
As well as Naruto, Black Clover is going to be the next big thing in anime. Somehow it gives me the same feeling as I'm watching Naruto. Studio Pierrot is famously known for their work with the Bleach, Naruto, Boruto and Twin Star Exorcist series’. However, they soon might be known for another new animated production called Black Clover. The series is already being compared to other Shonen franchises such as One Piece and Fairy Tail, despite the series yet to premiere. In addition, the studio has already said that they want and expect Black Clover to be the next Naruto, as the two anime have  read more 
report Recommended by gangstabrainsick
Both are obviously action-packed shounen, but also have relaxed moments (and entire episodes in Boruto's case) to spend time with the characters, making them feel very real along with the world around them. 
report Recommended by RSVaughan
Both shows are fighting shounen set in a small living area (konohamaru and karasumori) and involve friendly competition. There's a larger underlying threat that will probably at some point be dealt with but it's more focused on the people living there and comedy than it is on high stake battles. (as of boruto ep 6 and kekkaishi ep 27) 
report Recommended by Snufkin
These shows are both continuations of extremely popular series that have dealt with harsh criticism and split the fan bases opinions. They both however have a fair following so at least some fans of the series find some merit in the show. Dare I say they are both underrated but admittedly suffer from their own issues that hold both series back from contending with classic series, which their prequels sit alongside comfortably. 
report Recommended by JVskunkape
A good anime with a true plot of personal growth through values, you can really appreciate and never get heavy following this series. It is recommended by how you can empathize and perhaps change very little by little along with the main character. That's what I call feeling identified. 
report Recommended by Rockeromen21