Two impressively dedicated cosplayers take Naruto’s iconic duo Kakashi and Guy for a unique walk around Malaysia’s Comic Fiesta.
Two Naruto fans showed off their strong will at Comic Fiesta in Malaysia.
The video, posted to TikTok by Kenneath Lilaero, shows the creator with friend Nicholas Joel Leong on what they call a “casual walk” around the biggest and longest-running convention of comics, games and animation. oldest in Southeast Asia. Lilaero wears the perfect Kakashi outfit, complete with a Makeout Tactics replica, but it’s Leong who really goes the extra mile – literally – by mimicking Guy Sensei’s famous banana tree walk around KL Convention Center. Lilaero joked in the comments that the beloved Konoha duo forgot to bring Guy’s wheelchair, forcing him to get through the whole hoax on his own. Truly the power of youth.
Lilaero .’s Boruto Reference
Lilaero’s comment refers to Guy Sensei’s physical state in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, the sequel series to the wildly successful Naruto and Naruto: Shippūden. While Guy and Kakashi played a key role in the first two installments of the franchise, Boruto shifted focus to a younger group of shinobi, a decision that didn’t sit well with some fans. Boruto Uzumaki, the main protagonist and son of the franchise’s original Naruto Uzumaki protagonist, has drawn criticism from fans for what they see as his lack of respect for the title. the Hokage and belittled his father’s difficult journey to achieve that goal.
In addition to Bortuo, the Naruto franchise has branched out with a spin-off manga titled Naruto: Sasuke’s Story. The series follows Naruto’s rival Sasuke Uchiha, filling in the many gaps left in his journey between the events of Shippūden and Boruto, including the history of his relationship with fellow ninja Sakura Leaf Village. While the manga may offer an alternative for Naruto fans frustrated with Boruto’s direction, the two spin-offs may become more cohesive than originally planned, with a source anonymous reports suggest that the anime will adapt a plot of Sasuke’s Tale into two episodes, at least two of which have already aired.
For fans of Boruto, among them many, the anime is available to stream on Crunchyroll. Naruto: Sasuke’s Story is available in English from Viz Media.
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