Masaya Honda, writer of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, shared his thoughts on the emotional ending for Part 1 of the series.
On Twitter, Honda thanked all Naruto fans who have followed Boruto since it premiered in 2017. “Thank you for watching Boruto Part 1,” Honda wrote. “Today, the ending song ‘See you later’ touched me even more. I would like to quote a part of the lyrics because it fits my feelings right now. If you want to say goodbye, I’ll add ‘see you soon’ .’ See you one day!” The ending theme song Honda refers to is “Mata Ne” by the Humbreaders, which can be translated as “see you later” or “see you later”.
In response to Honda’s emotional post, Boruto fans are thanking the anime author for his contributions to the series. “Thank you, Honda-sensei,” one fan wrote. “This was a great finale and it’s great to see how well produced, animated and written this episode is. I’m still in shock. Thank you again.” Another fan wrote: “Perfect, Mr. Honda!! We are truly grateful for all the efforts of you and the entire staff over the past 6 years. I’m finally touched, it’s a great friend of ours every week!! Please enjoy a nice break and we’ll see Part 2 in the future! Thank you!!!!”
Boruto and Naruto’s Return
For six years, Honda was part of the writing team for Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. His first recorded episode was Episode 10, “Ghost Incident: The Investigation Begins!” It aired on December 8, 2018. While Honda has written several episodes of Boruto since then, the final story part of the series, Code’s Attack, was primarily written by him. The last part of Boruto Season 1 is Episode 293, “Goodbye”.
At the beginning of March, it was reported that the Boruto anime would be on an indefinite hiatus in April, following the broadcast of Episode 293. Currently, there is no word on when Season 2 of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations will air. wave. However, four brand new episodes of the original Naruto anime will air in September in celebration of the series’ 20th anniversary. Meanwhile, the Boruto manga is currently continuing.