One great Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Cosplay brought pink Otsuki to life with the artistry of amazing body paint! The sequel series goes far beyond the end of Masashi Kishimoto’s original Naruto manga and anime series, so one of the most interesting ways that folklore from that original series has expanded is for fans. How much do you know? The mysterious Otsuki clan. Not only does this exotic species present some of the most difficult challenges throughout the series, pink is stuck as one of Bolt’s main challenges throughout the series.
Momoshiki Otsutsuki was Bolt’s first real clash with a member of the legendary clan, but unfortunately, even after his first defeat, a large thorn on Bolt’s side attempted to take over his body. I’m continuing. It’s one of the key struggles for the entire franchise, and it may not be long before the full pink form reappears in the franchise. Until then, pink full-fused foam has been realized in a surprisingly new way by Instagram artist @yaizaperez! Check it out below:
Momoshiki Otsutsuki was the first major Otsuki clash with Bolt’s sequel series, but he will be far from the end. Even after Momoshiki Otsutsuki was defeated, the pink color that remains hidden in the karmic mark of Bolt’s body remains a major threat. While Bolt is taking over a stronger enemy, it’s a constantly passing clock, and his body transforms into Momoshiki Otsutsuki’s body, so his mind is always in danger of waning.
The clock that ticks this time continues to burn throughout manga and anime, and remains one of the central mysteries until it finally explodes into the final conflict planned for the future of the series. It’s not yet clear if Bolt can be completely prevented from turning pink, but that’s also why he’s made the villain even longer and more compelling after his first debut. I have. But what do you think?
How about Momoshiki Otsutsuki as the main villain of Bolt? How about the battle of Otsutsugi Hagoro in the sequel so far? Tell us all your thoughts on it and all Boruto: Naruto Next Generations in the comments!