Even though neither the manga nor the anime of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations became as popular as Naruto, the next generation of Masashi Kishimoto’s characters has a large fan base that eagerly follows what happens in both the manga and the anime.
You probably already know that Boruto is mostly about the anime, which has more than 200 episodes, while the manga hasn’t even reached Chapter 100. While we wait for the manga to catch up to the anime, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about Boruto Chapter 73, which will come out on August 27, 2022.
Boruto Chapter 73 release date and time
From what we know right now, Boruto Chapter 73 will come out on August 27, 2022, after the manga has been out for a month. Right now, neither the name of the chapter nor how many pages it has been known. Most of the time, the episode titles are known before the show starts, but that’s not the case with manga chapters. The official release date for the next manga chapter only applies to Japan. In other countries, the title will come out later.
This is the official schedule for when Boruto Chapter 73 will come out in Japan.
Boruto Episode 73 Spoilers:
In the next episode, we will see how hard it is for Boruto to bring Mitsuki back to Konoha.
It was shocking to see how Naruto kept Tsunade in the dark about something so important. It’s a pretty clear sign that Tsunade didn’t know anything about Mitsuki. It looks like Naruto is keeping something from everyone, and we’ll find out what it is in this episode.
With Mitsuki’s snake, it’s clear that Our Hero will go right to Orochimaru and try to find out more about him. Soon, we’ll see Konohamaru talking with Orochimaru and asking questions about Mitsuki. It looks like even Orochimaru doesn’t know what’s going on. With this, we’ll be able to see how Boruto moves forward in his search for Mitsuki.
Boruto Episode 72 Recap
In the last chapter, we saw that Naruto’s choice to tell the Elders and Tsunade that Mitsuki is Orochimaru’s son was a really bad idea. Mitsuki will now be marked as a warning, of course.
It was nice to see Naruto fight confidently for Mitsuki against an angry Tsunade when everyone else would have been scared.
Boruto did a good thing by not giving up on Mitsuki when almost everyone else in the episode did. Boruto and Sarada’s different ways of doing things led to a heartwarming ending. It’s great to see how much Boruto cares about his friendship with Mitsuki. This episode was a great way to start Mitsuki’s story, and as expected, the quality doesn’t change too much from this one.