The time skip in Boruto offers an opportunity to reboot the plot and avoid confusing fans, but the changes must be explained to avoid confusion. The Naruto x UT OVA provides a successful model for summarizing the changes that occurred during the timeskip without interrupting the ongoing story. Using OVAs like Naruto x UT can effectively update viewers on the past three years, freeing up time to focus on the brewing war in Boruto.
Time skip in Boruto: Naruto next generation presents an opportunity to reboot the plot and inject new energy and purpose into a storyline that many fans believe has become stale. The three-year gap between Naruto Next Generations and Two Blue Vortex is a long time – especially for the teenage characters. Ignoring or downplaying the explanation of the changes the characters have undergone risks confusing old and new fans alike.
While Two Blue Vortex has had an explosive first few chapters, it would likely take longer to explain what happened in the time between. While some may wonder if the extended flashbacks lessen the conflict between Boruto, Kara, and Kawaki, that’s not the case.
Luckily, Naruto’s surprising collaboration provides an effective way to update Boruto fans on the changes that have been made in the passage of time without seriously affecting the progress of the Season 2 and more.
Naruto X UT shows Boruto how to convey a lot with a little
Naruto x UT is an OVA made in collaboration between clothing store chain UNIQLO, Naruto creator Masashi Kishimoto, and anime production company Studio Pierrot. Initially conceived to promote Naruto-themed UNIQLO clothing, over 150,000 DVD copies of the OVA were distributed during the promotional campaign. Although the marketing campaign garnered most of the attention, the video itself was groundbreaking. The video provides a flashback sequence that tells the entire story of Naruto’s Team 7 up to the climactic battle between Naruto and Sasuke. Without being familiar with the story, Naruto x UT effectively summarizes the complicated relationship between Naruto, Sasuke, and Sakura.
This short offers an effective model for how to advance a group of big story points in a concise but effective way. The flashback compilation that was used so effectively in Naruto x UT can be used greatly in Boruto by providing a compilation of events that will update the viewers on what happened during the time period. time without affecting the story currently taking place. For example, this model could be used to show Boruto’s training under Sasuke and Koji or how life changed under Shikamaru’s rule as Hokage.
Boruto: The two blue tornadoes should use a montage to cover the time skip
With the Naruto x UT model, there would be no need to create chapter-long stories explaining how the village and community have adapted to life without Naruto or how Code has built and trained his demon army. how. This will free up time to focus on the brewing battle between Code, Kawaki, and Boruto. It will also update the Naruto verse with current multimedia storytelling trends.
Since anime has historically been a source of content for manga, there is precedent for anime to continue to serve as a vehicle to explain or facilitate the main storyline. Two Blue Vortex may have published many chapters, but most of the details about what happened during the Timeskip remain murky. Using the Naruto x UT OVA as a model in Boruto is a win-win situation. It helps Kishimoto avoid trouble that disrupts his flow Boruto Two blue tornadoes story, while implicitly re-introducing fans to one of the Naruto’It would be more interesting if the work were less known.
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