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With Boruto’s chapter 51 revealing that Naruto will die, I feel that now will be the time to see how Boruto will be able to stand on his own two feet as we’ve known that the series was somewhat carried by Naruto’s presences.

Naruto’s death has been something the entire Naruto community has been speculating for years now. A dreaded reality many of us didn’t want to accept but now it seems we all must come to face that reality. For years we’ve wondered how the mighty ninja titan would be brought down, fearing that a lackluster death at the hands of an unknown threat would seal his fate. However, it seems only Naruto (and Kurama) are the only force capable of killing the Hokage! His latest transformation is his final and most deadly form yet, as it will certainly kill him. I called this years ago too!

There’s no maybe or might kill in this. Once that transformation is over, Naruto will die. How his final moment will be handled is crucial to make the emotional impact powerful to not only Boruto, but to us the fans of this long-running series. It’s gotta be as legendary as Itachi’s and Jiraiya’s death for sure.

Then there’s Sasuke! I won’t lie, Sasuke performance in this fight, and the fights prior has been utterly disappointing. His death will come too, and at the hand of Isshiki! If he doesn’t put up the legendary fight we’ve come to expect from an ninja elite shinobi like him, the one who’s been hunting Ōtsutsuki’s for a hobby, then Sasuke’s character would be the most massacred in the entire series in this manga.

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Naruto Suffers a Fate Worse Than Death in the Boruto Manga

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations #38 has not only taken Naruto off the table, but seemingly sentenced him to a grim fate.

WARNING: The following contains major spoilers for Boruto: Naruto Next Generations #38 by Masashi Kishimoto, Mikio Ikemoto and Ukyo Kodachi, on sale now.

Naruto has fought his way through several enemies and wars over the years, frequently coming close to, but always evading, death. As a teen he defeated the likes of Pain and the Akatsuki, Madara and Obito Uchiha, and Kaguya, proving himself worthy of being the Seventh Hokage of Konoha, and someone the Sage of the Six Paths admitted could become the most godlike shinobi ever.

However, with Jigen revealed in Boruto: Naruto Next Generation to be possessed by the mysterious Isshiki Ōtsutsuki, Naruto finds himself in a very human position, facing a villain like no other: a true alien god well-positioned to consume all chakra on Earth. Sadly, Naruto falls in battle, but rather than dying, he endures a fate worse than death, because the sadistic Isshiki wants him to suffer mentally for derailing his plans.

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Isshiki Cuts Off Naruto's Chakra From the Real World

Naruto is already suffering physically as he and Sasuke lose the fight against Isshiki in the villain's hidden dimension. Luckily, Sasuke teleports out using his Rinnegan, forced to leave Naruto behind as the Hokage's been pinned down with Isshiki's chakra-draining rods. There's nowhere to go for the leader of Konoha, and he's merely hoping a badly wounded Sasuke can return with reinforcements.

However, Isshiki spares Naruto, because killing him would require a large amount of chakra, which would harm Jigen's physical frame and leave Isshiki vulnerable. He can't afford to waste chakra on someone as strong as Naruto, who is backed by the power of his Nine Tails Fox, known as Kurama. As a result, Isshiki seals away Naruto in a kettle-like coffin, which cuts off his chakra from the real world.

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When Kawaki senses that, his prosthetic hand, which was powered by Naruto's life essence, falls to the ground, reaffirming the Hokage's chakra is no longer connected to reality -- and that he's more or less dead. To be more accurate, Naruto exists in a limbo world from which he can't escape, cut off from the ones he loves until Isshiki decides otherwise. To make matters worse, Isshiki is deriving pleasure, because he wants Naruto alive and cognizant to see the ninja world suffer. It's torture, not just of the body, but of the mind, and Isshiki wants to inflict as much as possible for Naruto's interference. Not even Kurama can escape this sealing, which means they're forced to watch, helpless, as their family and friends become Isshiki's targets in his plan to suck the planet's chakra count dry.

Naruto Is Helpless to Stop Boruto From Becoming Isshiki's Target

Naruto is further petrified when Isshiki tells him he will go after Boruto, who has the Karma mark Isshiki placed on Kawaki -- another vessel we encountered in this franchise, and one viewed as more ideal than Jigen. It's agonizing for Naruto to know his son is an easy target for Isshiki, especially because the tyrant wants to savor every moment while the Hokage's trapped. That bodes terribly for Kawaki, too, because, chances are, Isshiki will possess the boy Jigen engineered, which could lead to the evil Kawaki we saw at the beginning of this series fighting an older Boruto.

Hopefully, Sasuke can use his space-time ocular abilities to find the alien dimension once more and free his brother-in-arms. However, as it stands, Naruto has been de-powered and turned into a spectator, observing his family being hunted, and all of the ninja villages being lined up to be drained. It's not something Naruto is accustomed to, but because he's restrained in the seal, all he can do is hope and trust in Sasuke and the other members of the ninja alliance.

Boruto #38 will be released on Oct. 20, 2019.

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After chapter one of Boruto was released, fans saw a foretold version of the future wherein the Leaf Village was in destruction and Naruto seemed to have “died”. It also signified that the peaceful world he created was no longer there.

But since chapter one only showed a brief part of the future, a lot of fans have been debating whether Naruto really died or not. There are also fans who believe that even if the current Hokage died, there might be a way he could be revived like what happened to Gaara in the Naruto series. But before we go on what fans think, we should answer first if Naruto is dead in the Boruto series. 

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As of episode 207 and chapter 59 of Boruto, Naruto is still alive. A lot of things did happen along the way, but as far as the question is concerned, the Hokage is not dead. One of the big events that happened in the manga was Kurama’s death in Chapter 55.

The entire Naruto fandom was definitely not happy with the sudden turn of events. Unfortunately, the nine-tailed fox died after Naruto and Kurama used the Baryon mode to fight against Isshiki Ohtsutsuki. The new mode required excessive use of chakra that took the life of Kurama.

The situation was intense as Kurama knew that everyone would die if they did not use the Baryon mode. He lied to Naruto about the consequence of using the Baryon mode because if he did tell Naruto the truth, he knew that the Hokage will not use the said mode.

The anime also showed that Naruto and Sasuke are facing strong villains in the series. One of them is Jigen on episode 204. There was even a scene wherein Naruto got trapped in Jigen’s coffin. The battle ends with Jigen teleporting back to his territory after losing a lot of energy.

It seems like the future that fans have seen during the first chapter is still far from where the manga and anime are but fans will have to look out for what’s going to happen in the series to understand how everything was led to that point and if Naruto will really die.

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Will Naruto die in Boruto? The fate of Naruto after Kurama's death

Fans are getting restless after the recent episode of Boruto: The Next Generations as they witnessed Naruto use Baryon mode during a fight against Isshiki Otsutsuki. This led to the death of Kurama as it involved excessive use of chakra.

Fans continue to think back to chapter one of Boruto: The Next Generations. The first chapter was years ahead into the future when Boruto was grown up and an adult. It was mentioned that Naruto was "dead" instead of "killed", and the perpetrator is unknown.

Disclaimer: This article contains spoilers. The crux of the article is completely based on speculation from the Naruto and Boruto fanbase. It has not yet been confirmed.

Fate of Naruto in Boruto: Future Generations

Since there aren’t any official statements regarding the death of Naruto. The Naruto and Boruto fan base is divided on this subject. The slightly older fanbase that grew up watching Naruto refuses to believe he will die since he is the protagonist. People think that he has plot armor that will keep him away from death.

Fans on the other side of the spectrum have a valid argument that Naruto is not the protagonist of the show anymore. This show is about Boruto, and he is trying his best to make this story about him since he’s the son of Hokage. They believe that Naruto’s time is coming to an end, and soon.

With Kurama dead, Naruto has lost a significant amount of power and strength, proving fatal should he come across a strong foe. Amado is currently creating androids that are ridiculously overpowered. The show has reached a stage that is way past outsmarting enemies by using Ninjutsu. If that is the case, signs are pointing towards the Seventh Hokage’s tragic end.

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Some Naruto fans believe that Sakura’s healing powers might come into play during pinch situations. Either that or Naruto would be revived the same way Gaara was. But, fans are trying to place themselves in the author’s shoes and suggest what they would do in that situation. Some fans suggest that they would want to evoke strong emotions from the fans.

While these are mere speculations from Naruto and Boruto: The Future Generations fans, subtle hints are pointing towards the tragic end of Naruto. However, that does not mean this is the definite outcome as fans await future chapters that confirm the suspicions mentioned above.


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Naruto: Wait, Is Kurama Really Dead?

When Naruto first began, fans of the anime would have never expected the Nine-Tailed Fox to become the hero we know today. Despite his horrific introduction back in the day, Naruto Uzumaki managed to make peace with his tenant, and the pair forged a relationship at the end of Naruto Shippuden that made everyone teary. Of course, this means all eyes are on Boruto as the anime just took a major step with Kurama, and they need to know whether he's really gone from the franchise now...

So, the question stands before us... Can Kurama die? And did he really just die in the newest episode of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations?

Unfortunately, the answer to both questions is yes. The Tailed Beasts can die, and it seems that is really what happened in the anime's latest episode. Kurama did not give his emotional farewell for no reason, and fans will have to come to terms with that on their own.

When it comes to Tailed Beasts dying, it is a rare event, but it does happen. Monsters like Kurama can die, but they do not pass from physical wounds or age. Instead, they die when they expend more chakra than they can recharge, and they have tons of it. This has happened to Tailed Beasts in the past, but they do not stay dead forever. After centuries, these drained monsters do return once enough chakra has gathered to resurrect them, and a reincarnation returns to Earth.

This is exactly what happened to Kurama in the anime, and it is because of Baryon Mode. The surprising form gave Naruto the power to fight toe-to-toe with Isshiki, but it came at a cost. Rather than costing Naruto his life, Kurama put his own on the line to help his host. Kurama used all of his own energy to fuel Baryon Mode, and that is why he had died. This gentle death is what kept Naruto from dying alongside Kurama in the end. And now, the Hokage must come to terms with the loss as he navigates life for the first time without Kurama within him.


What do you think about this latest episode of Boruto? Did you ever see this day coming for Kurama...? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below or hit me up on Twitter @MeganPetersCB.

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Naruto's Massive Death Has Made It to CNN and Gone Viral

When it comes to Naruto, fans know there is a lot going on for our hero. The Hokage may be on rest in the manga, but he kept fans entertained this last month in the anime with his latest fight. Of course, the bout left plenty of fans wondering if Naruto would come out alive. And as it turns out, the hysteria caught the news of CNN.

If you have seen Naruto trending with CNN, well - there is an explanation. The anime caught headlines all over the United States when Boruto: Naruto Next Generations put the hero on death's door. However, no place freaked out more than Indonesia. The nation ended up covering Naruto's rumored death on CNN, and screenshots of the report went viral real fast.

As you can see above, the coverage was titled 'Naruto Rumored to Be Dead', and it got the nation buzzing. If something is going to make national news, you expect it to impact most of the public. You may be surprised, but Naruto does meet that criteria. Indonesia often ranks Naruto as one of its top-watching anime series online, so this sort of coverage makes sense.

Luckily for fans in Indonesia and abroad, Naruto did not end up dying. His battle with Isshiki was wild, and it even prompted the hero to unleash a new transformation. The hero was warned using Baryon Mode would cost him a life, but Naruto failed to ask which life would be taken. Instead, Kurama sacrificed his life in this battle to keep Isshiki at bay, and Naruto did survive the beast's exit.

Naruto is in a whole new world without Kurama, so the Hokage needs to figure out how to live life without his tenant. The pair might have had a sour relationship years ago, but Kurama and Naruto became unwitting friends after Pain invaded the Hidden Leaf Village. Now, Naruto, and only time will tell if the beast makes it onto CNN's yearly memorial. 


What do you think about this hero's viral run on CNN? Did you ever expect Boruto to make this kind of noise? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below or hit me up on Twitter @MeganPetersCB.


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