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What date and time will Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Chapter 71 be released worldwide and what can fans expect from the latest manga installment?

For Boruto: Naruto Next Generations fans around the world, it’s always a pretty satisfying feeling to see our favorite character trending on social media thanks to the latest manga or anime release.

However, the global community is eating well today as a brand new manga chapter is releasing worldwide today, June 20ththafter yesterday’s premiere of episode 254 of the anime.

Here’s everything you need to know about Boruto Chapter 71, including the Nuisance release time, available platforms, preview and composition.

Boruto Chapter 71: Release date and time confirmed

As confirmed by Viz Media, the 71stSt Chapter of the manga Boruto: Naruto Next Generations will be released on Monday June 20th for the majority of international readersth.

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The chapter is made available online for free through Viz Media and Manga Plus; The previous two chapters are also available for free if you need a quick synopsis.

However, access to the entire library of Boruto manga chapters will cost new users $1.99 per month as it requires a membership subscription; Manga Plus can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play.

The new chapter entitled “Nuisance” starts at the following international times:

  • Pacific Time: 8 a.m
  • Central time: 10 a.m
  • Eastern Time: 11 a.m
  • UK Time: 4pm
  • European time: 5 p.m
  • Indian Time: 8.30pm
  • Thailand time: 10:00 p.m
  • Philippine time: 11:00 p.m
  • Japan time: 00:00 (June 21)
  • Australian Central Time: 00:30 (21 June)

Fans prepare for an emotionally charged Boruto chapter

Fans of the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations manga series are preparing today for a very emotionally charged chapter in which the main focus is on Ada, Code and Daemon.

Per Twitter page Abdul_S172, the appendix contains preview text for chapter 71: The power structure has changed!! What was going through Kawaki’s heart at that moment!?”

Corresponding Organic Dinosaurwhich also provides a page-by-page synopsis for the new chapter, the 71stSt Part of the successful series will consist of the following compositions:

  • Amado delays and negotiates with code – 12%
  • Daemon gets involved in the argument – 19%
  • A short update of Naruto, Boruto, Sasuke, Kawaki and Shikamaru – 6%
  • Argument between Code, Daemon and Ada gets heated – 15%
  • Daemon vs. Code Combat – 27%
  • Ada and Amado renegotiate with code – 14%
  • Code retires, taking bug with it – 7%

“Overall, the chapter’s steady pace is set by dialogue + punctuated by code/daemon skirmishes – Scenes aren’t as well defined.” – Organic dinosaur Twitter.

For a full breakdown of Boruto Chapter 71 spoilers, click here.

Is there a new anime episode this week?

Yes, there is also a new episode from the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations anime series coming to Crunchyroll later this week.

Episode 255 is titled “Troublesome Homework” and will premiere for online streaming on Sunday, June 26 at the following timesth:

  • Pacific Time: 2 a.m
  • Eastern Time: 5 a.m
  • UK time: 10am
  • European time: 11 am
  • Indian Time: 2:30pm
  • Philippine time: 5:00 p.m
  • Australian Central Time: 6:30 p.m

When will the next English manga volume be out?

From June 20ththA total of 17 full tankobon volumes of the Boruto manga have been released in Japan, with 14 currently available in English.

Fans can purchase physical copies of the latest volume through Amazon, Book Depository, Waterstones and Bookshop.

Digital versions can also be purchased through Viz Media’s online store, as well as Google Play, iBooks, Amazon Kindle and Nook.

The next English manga volume in the Boruto series, number 15, is scheduled for release on October 4thth2022.

Release dates for future volumes remain TBA.

By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]

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