Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Chapter 64 is getting close to its scheduled release date. Fans are now thrilled to see the upcoming fight between the black and white Karma. So, in this manga guide, we will be sharing with you all the details that we know about the upcoming Boruto Chapter 64. At the same time, we will also be having a recap of the events that happened in Chapter 63.
Boruto Chapter 64 Release Date
Unlike the other popular manga series that is being published by Shueisha, Masashi Kishimoto’s Boruto: Naruto Next Generations manga is only getting one chapter every month. Now that the chapter for October has already been released, fans should take note that the next manga chapter will be released in November 2021. But when exactly will Boruto Chapter 64 be released?
According to the official distributor, Viz Media to be exact, the upcoming Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Chapter 64 will be released on November 19, 2021. Of course, the slated date may be different in your region. But if you’re in Asia, such as Japan, the Philippines, Singapore, and other nearby Asian countries, the new chapter should be available on the 19th of November. As always, you can read the upcoming Boruto Chapter 64 on Viz and Manga Plus.
Boruto Chapter 64 Discussions
If you already read Chapter 63 of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, you surely know that the upcoming chapter will be explosive. In the previous chapter, we saw how Boruto faced Code, who has white Karma. Unlike Boruto’s Karma, Code’s Karma is considered a failure to become a vessel. This was the reason why Kawaki was chosen to become a vessel instead of Code. While Code had white Karma, he still possessed the power of an Otsutsuki. The manga hasn’t shown its full potential just yet, but knowing that Code is now the main villain of the current arc in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations’ manga series, it’s likely that Code will manifest the full potential of the white Karma.
Being the vessel of Momoshiki, Code mocks Boruto to show him the power of his Karma. Initially, Boruto tried to fight the enemy without relying on the power of an Otsutsuki, but the cliffhanger of Chapter 63 shows Boruto manifesting his Karma’s power. Upon seeing Boruto using the Karma, Code was thrilled, while Kawaki and Eida seemed to be shocked. With Boruto using his Karma, we might see a short but intense fight between these two characters. Shortly after, the ninjas from the Konoha village may arrive to help them.
Boruto Chapter 63 Recap
Upon seeing Boruto’s unexpected arrival, Code was curious about how Boruto tracked them. Eida was also confused and suggested that it could be because Boruto is also an Otsutsuki or due to his Karma. Boruto and Kawaki had a little confrontation too, but the Code interfered to stop their conversation. Meanwhile, Eida informed Code that the others had started searching, but they were still inside the Konoha Village.
Code asked how Kawaki would stop him from killing the Hokage. Instead of directly answering the question, Kawaki asked Code to bring him to “someone” to negotiate. Boruto seems to have no idea what Kawaki is talking about, while Code acknowledged Kawaki’s offer. Code was about to leave along with Kawaki when Boruto stopped them. Boruto punched Kawaki and told Kawaki to do whatever he wanted to protect Naruto. And at the same time, Boruto also said that it was his right to protect Kawaki. Eida, who was watching from afar, was touched by what he heard from Boruto.
The fight between Boruto and Code started and while the young ninja of Konoha tried his best, Code was still able to negate all of his attacks. Shorty, Code used his white Karma and Boruto was shocked to see another version of Karma. Boruto attacked Code again, but he was being overpowered by the enemy. Knowing that Boruto was the vessel of Momoshiki Otsutsuki, Code mocked him to use the power of Momoshiki. After a while, the manga sees how Boruto emits his chakra while using Karma’s power.
More About Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations is a sequel to Masashi Kishimoto’s Naruto: Shippuden series. The manga was originally written by Ukyo Kodachi but it was passed to Masashi Kishimoto after some chapters.
Boruto was serialized in May 2016 by Shueisha and become part of the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. As of writing, the manga series has already garnered 13 volumes since its serialization. The series already got its own anime adaptation which started airing in April 2017. But before the start of the anime, a Boruto movie has been released in 2015.
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