Boruto Episode 212 is due to be published on 22 August 2021 at 5:30 pm JST. Boruto Episode 212 is available online at Funimation.
It is an immediate follow-up to Hokage’s son Boruto’s popular Naruto series. This story is about the Fourth Ninja’s defeat in Kaguya. There has emerged a new emerging threat, Otsutski, and all 5 villages must collaborate to stop it. The Kara organization with its science technology and Boruto is the main threat for Shinobis and co-preserves the protection of the village.
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Masashi and Masashi Kishimoto are written and illustrated by Mikio Ikemoto in the Japanese manga series Naruto Next Generation (Boruto: Next Generation). It began serialization monthly in Shueisha’s shōnen manga magazine, Weekly Shōnen Jump, with Kodachi as a writer and Kishimoto as an editorial supervisory author in May 2016 and was transferred to Shueisha’s V Jump Monthly magazine in July 2019.
Kodachi came down in November 2020, with Kishimoto becoming an author. It follows the achievements of Naruto Uzumaki’s son, Boruto Uzumaki, and his Ninja team. Boruto is a hit and a sequel to Kishimoto’s Naruto.
Recap of Episode 211
The show will concentrate on Koji for Boruto episode 211. “The Chase” is the title of the episode. From the preview, Kakashi looks like his students are looking for Koji who has infiltrated Konoha village.
Koji is a mysterious man and his intentions are not very well known. In the past, he had many chances of dealing with Kawaki, but he did not. For some reason, he wants to attack Jigen and Amado knows it. Behind the back of Kara, they both cook something.
We don’t know however why he was selected to enter Konoha’s archives. In the next episode, we shall hopefully find his true intentions.
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Boruto Episode 212 Release Date and Watch Online
It is expected that the episode will take place on 22 August at 5:30 p.m. in Japan and 2:30 p.m in India.
Boruto Episode 212 is available online at Funimation. You will however have to purchase a subscription to your streaming services. You can also view previous episodes free of charge with a free Crunchyroll account with Ads.
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