Boruto’s New Timeskip Design is finally here for Boruto Part 2: – Two Blue Vortex. He will be on the cover of V-Jump Magazine in October. It will be released on August 21st.
The long-awaited design for Boruto: Two Blue Vortex is here, and it looks amazing. The sequel has finally been revealed. Now is the time when we get to see the most important events about Boruto and others. The cover shows Boruto Uzumaki with an all-new character design that showcases his growth as a shinobi during the two-year gap between Naruto and Boruto.
The artist Mikio Ikemoto created the design, offering a sneak peek of the character’s appearance in Boruto: Twin Blue Vortex.
This upcoming manga is a sequel to the original manga and shows everything that happens after the time skip. The upcoming events take place four years into the future of Boruto after chapter 80 of the manga.
Masashi Kishimi, the creator of Boruto, and the famous artist Mikio Ikemoto continue their piece of art after three months. The new design of Sarada Uchiha is also well-received by fans.
Every Boruto fan is on the edge of their seat waiting for the upcoming manga chapters. The latest chapters of the Boruto manga left fans in shock as Boruto’s life as a shinobi changed forever.
All of the events in Boruto‘s Two Blue Vortex will finally show clarity about the infamous battle between Boruto and Kawaki in Konoha. As of now, the manga chapters showcase the “new” Boruto Uzumaki as well as important details about Kawaki’s and Boruto’s bond.
There will be more peak fiction to come after the release of Boruto Chapter 81 along with Boruto: Blue Vortex
Boruto’s Timeskip Outfit for Two Blue Vortex
Each of Boruto’s arms has a blue vortex with two concentric circles around it in his new appearance.
He now has much longer hair than he did in the Boruto manga, and two strands of it frame each side of his face as it hangs down to his face. He also wears a new high-collared black Cloak with long sleeves and a zip-up front.
The blue vortex on Boruto’s arms is a symbol of his developing power and strength as he continues to grow. It’s also a visual representation of the two years that have passed since Naruto ended.
You also see how much time has gone by for the characters in between. The artwork also illustrates Boruto standing atop the Hokage monument. This completely fits him because he will eventually become the Seventh Hokage himself.
Overall, Ikemoto has outdone himself with this beautiful design for Boruto’s time-skip look. We can’t wait to see more from him in the future!
The new series of Boruto Uzumaki takes place after a time skip. In addition, the new series reveals in depth the future events of Boruto and all of its mysteries. The shinobi world will change forever, and the Hidden Leaf Village is in the hands of Boruto, with more to come!
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