Boruto Episode 234: ‘The Unleashed Villain’

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Boruto: Naruto Next Generation is one of the most anticipated anime of the current time, and its story is doing exceptionally well after the introduction of the organization called Kara. The fierce fight between Naruto and Isshiki grabs the world’s attention and remains on-trend for several days. That fight leaves a huge scar on Konoha. Unfortunately, Kurama has to sacrifice himself, and Rinnegan is Rinne-gone now so it seems like Konoha is at a vulnerable stage in terms of security, but Boruto and his friends are training like never before to save the village from external and internal threats. In this article, We are going to cover the recent episode of Boruto along with the expectations in an upcoming episode and will also talk about its release day. Make sure to read this article till the end.

Boruto or Boruto: Naruto Next Generation is a Japanese manga-based anime adopted as a sequel of Naruto Shippuden and features the world after the war and how different the lives of shinobi have become in modern times. The anime is based on the same concept as Naruto but with a completely different storyline with tons of interesting characters. Even though Boruto is the son of Uzumaki Naruto, He has a completely different dream in his head. He is as good as his father was back in the days and believes in fighting for truth and justice. Now let’s come to our main point.

Boruto Episode 233 Recap:

The most recent episode of Boruto, i.e. In Episode 233, It features Kawaki’s first mission as Team 7. The recent episode revealed many things about the current arc, including the new villain. The story is in character development arc, and we might see Denki, Boruto, and Tsubaki in ultimate action. In the latest chapter, A whole new mission is assigned to Team 7, which lies in the land of Water. It is fun to see how our team 7 will tackle this challenge this time and how much stronger the new villain will be.

The series just introduced the new villain named, Isari who seems to work under the governor of the Hidden Mist Village. We saw them talk about the reign over all seas, which means their motives are violent, and want to conquer each land. Isari praised oceans and loved what oceans look like. He wants to conquer each ocean, and we saw his troops sailing in the ocean. Isari wants to reclaim the lost beauty of the Ocean, and at this point, the scenes came to an end. We already know that Kawaki is now a Genin and a shinobi, to be more precise. Katasuke’s motives are still being closely monitored as he can be a part of something that can cause harm to the village and its people. Finally, Without wasting any time, Our heroes left for the mission, and they seems very excited as this is the first mission of Kawaki. We also saw Kagura, the long-lost mate of Boruto, who appeared in the initial episodes of Boruto, and from then, We haven’t seen him at any point. It will be fun to see what role Kagura will play ahead in the story.

Boruto Episode 234: Release Date

Boruto Episode 234 titled as “The Unleashed Villain” is all set to release on 30 January 2022. In the preview itself, We saw Kagura as well as Isari. We also saw our heroes in action, and it is expected to see Isari making his move and declaring his intentions in front of the world. We might see the tough battle between Team 7 and Isari, but it seems like we won’t get a conclusive battle yet. Pierrot Studio is famous for its colorful battle scenes, so we might get some high-end animations for this episode as there is a battle involved in this anime.

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There are various platforms that allow us to watch Boruto, but the most trusted and legal way is Crunchyroll. You can watch Boruto on Crunchyroll on a very affordable subscription however, if you don’t want to pay for the subscription, You still have the option to enjoy the show with ads of standard quality as it supports ad-supported content.

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