The cover for Boruto: Two Blue Vortex Chapter 4 has just been released. It features Kawaki looking a little sad according to fans on social networks. Boruto: Two Blue Vortex Chapter 4 is scheduled to release on Tuesday, November 21, and leaks regarding this chapter have already started.
Kawaki reveals a new outfit in the new cover of chapter 4 of Boruto?
The previous chapter of the manga saw Boruto reveal his latest technique the Rasengan: Uzuhiko. Upon hitting Code with this technique, the White Karma user found himself completely disoriented. Luckily, Boruto had placed a toad on Code, allowing him to monitor his location and pinpoint the tailed beast’s location.
Warning: This article contains spoilers from the manga Boruto: Two Blue Vortex.
Kawaki on the cover of Boruto Chapter 4
The excitement is ramping up a notch with the upcoming Boruto Chapter 4: Two Blue Vortex. The latest info, leaked by insiders, revealed the cover of the chapter, featuring Kawaki Uzumaki in his new post-time jump style. While fans already loved his colorful depiction on the previous V Jump cover, they are now confused about the color of his shirt, believing it should be blue, when it appears purple.
The debate has intensified with the latest leak, confirming the color change of Kawaki’s costume. Fans are confident that Mikio Ikemoto, the creator of the manga, would not repeat the same mistake. Kawaki’s posture, relaxed, hand in pocket, eyes downcast, but with a slightly melancholy expression, also sparked comments.
The reactions of Boruto aficionados are divided to this cover. Some aren’t excited about Kawaki’s new design, but admit it could herald some interesting developments, with a more mature appearance. Others, on the other hand, regret the character’s old style and hope that Mikio Ikemoto will return to the old outfit, deeming the new one worthy of a homeless person.
In addition to opinions on Kawaki’s outfit, some criticized the cover itself, finding it strange and below the series’ usual standards. This discontent seems linked to Kawaki’s facial expression and the cover’s color choices, including the controversial shade of the t-shirt.
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