Boruto – Naruto the Next Generations: Mikio Ikemoto is honored to draw the manga and reveals a backstory about Naruto
Starting today, November 2, 2017 is available in the uk on the 1st volume of Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations, which, although it is the sequel to the manga, directed the anime, not drawn and written directly by the creator of the franchise Masashi Kishimoto.
In fact, the work, which began in Japan on Weekly Shonen Jump in may 2016, is designed by Mikio Ikemoto and written by Ukyo Kodachi. Recently we wrote an article to identify the two authors and it is revealed that Naruto has a lot to see (details here).
Speaking of the artist of the manga, Mikio Ikemoto, it is known to be responsible for all the assistant of Masashi Kishimoto when it was serialized Naruto, and has held the role of assistant to Kishimoto from beginning until the end, for fifteen years. Has seen the birth, growth and end one of the most famous and profitable in the world enough to earn the full confidence and approval of Masashi Kishimoto which has allowed Ikemoto to realize the design of the costumes of Haku, Zabuza and the Third Hokage.
But there is more. In the comments section of the authors, in the 1st volume in the Italian edition, Mikio Ikemoto, wanted to express a thought to celebrate his important goal to draw the work before he controlled completely His, and also a background to the times of the serialization of Naruto. Here's what he said Ikemoto:
“During the serialization of Naruto, mr. Kishimoto I have often said: “the countdown to delivery date and are tired of working on this vignette. Mikio, think for you”. At the beginning I did draw the passers-by, the people who flock to an arena, and the secondary characters. Later, saying that I was the only one he could count on, has given me the copies of Naruto and the main characters of a certain size. Finally allowed me to draw an entire volume. I am honored!“.
For Kishimoto there could be no successor best Ikemoto. Certainly between the two the stretch and the graphic style is distinctly different, so much so that the debut was the great divide. However, in the last publications in japanese, Ikemoto is gradually coming closer to the style of the manga Naruto.
Even Kodachi, writer of the film and the novel Boruto: Naruto the Movie, has expressed his comment by stating that it has always been a fan of the ninja since childhood and has created games role-populated by these warriors. Finally, for his contribution to the screenplays to the films and novels of Naruto, Shueisha has confirmed for the screenplay of the manga Boruto and is happy to convey concepts and stories that Kishimoto has created.
Boruto, the son of Naruto and Hinata, desperately trying to attract the attention of the father, busy due to its role of Hokage. Rebellious and unsatisfied, you become a disciple of Sasuke. The unusual pair, despite the period of peace, will have to face a threat as terrible...
BORUTO: Naruto the Next Generations is designed by Mikie Ikemoto (assistant of Kishimoto during the serialization of NARUTO) and written by Ukyo Kodachi (assistant of Kishimoto during the realization of the screenplay of the movie “Boruto: Naruto the Movie”) with the supervision of Masashi Kishimoto, which is also be the editor. The work is following the manga “NARUTO”. Currently have been published in 17 chapters, and the first 11 are collected in 3 volumes. The 4th comes from the 2 November.
Three novels based on the franchise of Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations. The first is available in Japan from 2 may; the second, instead, from the 4th of July; the third is available from the 4th of September; on the 4th arrive by 2 November 2017.
The animated series of the same name, produced by Studio Pierrot, is in the course of work by 5 April 2017 and are currently been broadcast 31 episodes on TV Tokyo.
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