Boruto: Naruto Net Generations is an anime that continues to capture the attention of young and old. Since the work he created Okio Kodachi It was regularly re-released in July of this year, and thousands of manga fans do not stop talking about the new adventures and journeys of the famous ninja.
In this sense, in this note we tell you where, how and when you can see the new Chapter 218 from Boruto.
Chapter 218 of Boruto: How and when to watch anime
The capítulo 218 de Boruto: Naruto Next Generations It premiered in Japan today, Sunday, October 3 at 5 AM (Peruvian time). From the time mentioned above, anime fans will be able to see it across the web Crunchy Roll.
Boruto has become one of the most watched cartoons in the world. Photo: TV Tokyo
Chapter 218 of Boruto: Release date in other countries
- Peru, Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, and Panama: Sunday, October 3 at 5:00 a.m.
- Chile and Paraguay: Sunday, October 3, 6:00 a.m.
- Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay: Sunday, October 3 at 7:00 a.m.
- Central America (excluding Panama): Sunday, October 3 at 4:00 a.m.
It is worth mentioning that in order to please thousands of his followers BorutoNew episodes of the anime will be released weekly.
The day Boruto awakened Karma for the first time
The mysterious mark that covered Boruto’s arm was seen in the first chapter of Naruto: netx genertaion which turned out to be a preview of the end of the series. We don’t see him again until the middle of the series when Boruto travels on a mission to a faraway village, because they want to try against the life of the Kage’s son in that village.
Boruto and Shogoji have a showdown inside an abandoned warehouse, after the seventh son defeats all of his minions. The hero attacks him with an electric jutsu, but he covers himself and does not harm him. Seeing this, the young ninja decides to see him do a rasengan, but it does nothing for him. After a fierce fight, Naruto’s son manages to awaken Karma.
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