Boruto looks to be close to the end of the arc now, and I think I speak for every fan when I say it is better for the arc to wrap up now because it has run its course. I have enjoyed some moments of the arc, but most of it has been flat and not necessary. The Boruto anime is making me question it more and more with every arc that is anime-only.
I don’t know how long they can keep on pulling arcs like this and get away with it, but I hope that they do produce quality. I don’t want any Naruto-level stuff from them. I just want content that is good to watch and stuff that doesn’t seem awfully boring at times.
Boruto Episode 86 Spoilers
There are so many ways to pull this off, and I think they should be able to do this easily instead of giving us episodes focused on Chocho, Seikiei, Ku, and any other character that’s going to be irrelevant to the story with the next two months or so. With that rant being over, let’s get to Boruto Episode 86 spoilers.
We have the title for Boruto Episode 86 at our hands now, and “Kozuchi’s Will” is the apparent translation. It seems Boruto Episode 86 is going to be focused on Kozuchi, Onoki’s grandson who died at some point. I don’t think that Kozuchi himself will be in the chapter.
Rather, I think we may be getting a flashback where he talks about what his dreams are and what kind of a Shinobi he wanted to become. Now that the arc is close to ending, I think Ku will eventually stray away from Onoki’s true purpose and will rebel against him. Boruto and the others will be dead-set on saving Onoki and rescuing Mitsuki at the same time. Personally, I can’t wait to see this arc end, and I hope that we get into the manga content soon enough because the anime has failed so far at delivering stuff that is truly enjoyable.
Boruto Naruto Next Generations Episode 86 Release Date
Boruto will air on Sundays, and Episode 86 will air on December 18, 2018. There are some unofficial sites like KissAnime that allow you to watch Boruto. However, please support the official release by streaming the episode over Crunchyroll, or Funimation and help the anime industry.