Naruto Anime Special Delayed To Further Improve Quality

Is Naruto’s New 20th Anniversary Anime Episodes Delayed? To raise the caliber even higher, the planned four-episode Naruto animation special has been postponed. Starting on September 3, the program was supposed to air for four weeks.

Prior to the postponement, the 20th anniversary special for Naruto confirmed that FLOW will be returning with “GO,” the fourth opening of the original anime, and the cover of ORANGE RANGE’s “Viva-Rock.”


The Masashi Kishi manga served as the inspiration for the Naruto series. It debuted in September 1999 and continued as a serial in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump for 15 years, until November 2014. There are 72 published volumes altogether. The adaptation was animated by Studio Pierrot and debuted in October 2002. A follow-up series called Naruto Shippuden, which had 500 episodes overall, came after the anime.

The manga version of the Boruto sequel, which was created by Ukyo Kodachi, was also animated by Pierrot. Later, the tale, which incorporates Ikemoto’s artwork, was written by Masashi Kishimoto of the Naruto series. In 2016, the manga first appeared in Weekly Shonen Jump; in 2019, it was transferred to V Jump. In April 2017, the anime adaption of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations debuted.



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