Here is a brief summary of the BORUTO manga:
Members of a new generation of ninjas take up the stage of the life of a shinobi. The main character of this story is Boruto Uzumaki, who is the 7th Hokage and the son of Naruto Uzumaki. His father is upset that he doesn’t spend enough time with his kids because of his work. They are a member of a squad that also consists of Mitsuki and Sarada Uchiha, the daughter of Sasuke and Sakura Uchiha, and is led by Konohamaru Sarutobi.
Ukyo Kodachi and Masashi Kishimoto are the authors of the Japanese manga series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. The illustrations for the series were created by Mikio Ikemoto. It was initially published in serial form in Shueisha’s weekly shonen manga publication, Weekly Shonen Jump, in May 2016. Kodachi wrote it, and Kishimoto oversaw the editorial process. It was transferred to Shueisha’s monthly magazine, V Jump, in July 2019. Shueisha is the magazine’s publisher. Kodachi stepped down from his function as a writer in November 2020, and Kishimoto took over. Both a spin-off and a continuation of Kishimoto’s Naruto, Boruto follows the exploits of Boruto Uzumaki and the ninja team he commands. Naruto Uzumaki’s son is named Boruto.
The original idea for Boruto came from Shueisha’s proposition to Kishimoto for the creation of a Naruto sequel. On the other hand, Kishimoto declined the chance and offered that his former helper Mikio Ikemoto sketch it. The storyline was created by Uky Kodachi, the author of Boruto: Naruto the Movie. The manga’s direction is a joint responsibility of Kodachi and Ikemoto. A television version in the form of an anime series debuted on TV Tokyo in April 2017. The opening of the anime is a prologue that takes place before Boruto and his friends become ninjas in a later plot arc, in contrast to the beginning of the manga, which was a retelling of the Boruto movie. There are also a lot of light novels that have been written.
While the anime prequel to Pierrot won praise for its usage of both new and recurring characters, the manga’s plot was acknowledged to be more serious because it focused more on the protagonist. The usage of both fresh and recurring characters in the anime prequel received high appreciation. One million copies of the manga series had already been distributed by Shueisha as of the start of 2017.
Plot: The manga starts with a fight between a young Boruto Uzumaki and a foe named Kawaki that occurs after the collapse of his town, and then it continues with a description of what happened in Boruto: The new information-filled Naruto movie.  The Seventh Hokage Naruto Uzumaki’s son Boruto harbors hatred toward him for placing the concerns of the community above those of his family. At that point, Boruto teams up with Mitsuki, an artificial son made by Orochimaru, Sarada Uchiha, the daughter of Sasuke and Sakura Uchiha, and other allies. They are all members of a ninja unit led by Konohamaru Sarutobi, a Naruto ally who underwent Sarutobi’s training. In his letter to Naruto, Sasuke informs him about the impending threat posed by Kaguya tsutsuki and his goals. Sasuke has returned to the town. Boruto asks Sasuke to help him get ready for the upcoming Chunin test in an effort to make a good impression on his father. In order to use kurama, a tailed beast imprisoned inside Naruto’s body, to revive the dying Divine Tree in their home world, Momoshiki and Kinshiki tsutsuki, a couple that Sasuke encountered, kidnap Naruto as he is taking the exam. The heads of various ninja villages, Boruto, Sasuke, and the four Kages, have set out to save Naruto because he is in danger. Momoshiki, who had sacrificed Kinshiki to strengthen his own strength, is defeated by Boruto, Naruto, and Sasuke at the end of the fight; nonetheless, he manages to survive long enough to reveal to Boruto his entire potential and warn him of upcoming difficulties. After he has recovered from the battle, Boruto realizes that he will one day develop into someone akin to Sasuke, and he advises Sarada to continue her goal of succeeding Hokage.