In case anyone's interested in the upcoming Bort thing, here's an interview some WSJ schmuck did with Kishi:
>Andy Nakatani, (English) WSJ's Editor-in-Chief, about Jump Festa '16 and a short interview he had with Kishimoto. According to him:
>Kishimoto's working on his new sci-fi manga while also supervising the upcoming Boruto series.
>Kishimoto is treating the Boruto manga as a legitimate part of the Naruto universe. He'll be really supervising it.
>He will be doing the one-shot before it.
>He also said that he considers the Boruto manga just as important as his new manga.
Why is the Wall Street Journal interested in a Mangaka?
Because unlike you the WSJ is actually competent people who want to socialize with people from all walks of like in media and cultures.
Also on that note. I look forward to seeing Kishimoto's new sci-fi manga and the Boruto Manga. People say they hate him, but we all know they'll be viewing is work either way. Does my heart to see a man so passionately working on a series of over 15+ years continue and even start a new one monthly considering the pressure he's had over the years.
Kishimoto keeps on trucking even though people hates him and he makes his money like a fucking boss. Can't even hate on the man. Just like Oda, Keep up the good work Kishimoto-Sensei.
>if it weren't for Japan's shit taste Zombie Power could have had a proper run with a satisfying ending
THE HEARTAND ASSPULL AFTER ASSPULL AFTER ASSPULL YOU STUPID MOTHERFUCKERS
>Didn't he want to do a work about gangsters or was that Kubo?
It was Kishi.
He is closet-Uchiha lover
what do you expect?
>here's an interview some WSJ schmuck did with Kishi
That's not the Wall Street Journal