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English Shonen Jump Will Feature New Naruto Limited Series


While this week’s issue of Shonen Jump lacked One Piece and Bleach chapters, VIZ at least provided a little bit of consolation via a fan art gallery dedicated to the recently-finished Naruto franchise. The fan art gallery is special this time around because it’s curated by series creator Masashi Kishimoto himself.

What’s even more special is that Kishimoto also used the opportunity to announce a new limited spin-off series tiled Naruto: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring, which will be focusing on the adult (and now seventh Hokage) Naruto and his son Boruto. The new limited series will start running in the English Jump next week, concurrent with the Japanese version.

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