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|Boruto: Na-ru-to Next Generations character|
Kawaki as designed by Mikio Ikemoto
|First appearance||Boruto: Na-ru-to Next Generations chapter 1: Boruto Uzumaki|
|Created by||Ukyō Kodachi|
|Designed by||Mikio Ikemoto|
|Voiced by||Yūma Uchida[a] (Japanese)|
Michael Schwalbe[b] (English)
|Relatives||Kokatsu (biological father)|
Naruto Uzumaki (adoptive father)
Hinata Hyuga (adoptive mother)
Boruto Uzumaki (adoptive younger brother)
Himawari Uzumaki (adoptive younger sister)
Kawaki (Japanese: カワキ) is a fictional character from Ukyō Kodachi and Mikio Ikemoto's manga Boruto: Na-ru-to Next Generations. Initially appearing in the flashforward in the series' debut, Kawaki is a young man who apparently would become the nemesis of the series' lead character, Boruto Uzumaki. Kawaki is later introduced as a rebellious thành viên from the organization Kara who wishes to tát escape and remove his cursed mark "Karma" (楔, Kāma) from his body toàn thân. In his escape he meets Boruto's ninja team, who take him to tát the Hidden Leaf Village. Na-ru-to takes the teenager under his wing, seeking to tát protect him from enemies, and he bonds with the family as time passes, beginning to tát view Na-ru-to as a father-figure and Boruto as a foster brother, lượt thích Sasuke in the past Naruto series, with similar attitude.
Kawaki was created by Kodachi and Ikemoto as a major rival to tát Boruto. Naruto author Masashi Kishimoto suggested the idea of introducing both he and Boruto through a flashforward in order to tát cause greater impact. The character is voiced by Yūma Uchida in Japanese and Michael Schwalbe in English.
Kawaki's first appearance in the manga and anime of Boruto caused some backlash from the fanbase due to tát his implied violent actions against Na-ru-to Uzumaki. However, his debut in the narrative proper was the subject of praise for his interactions with the main character and his growth from a cold-hearted teenager to tát a more caring person under Naruto's influence.
Creation and development
In the first pages of the first chapter of Boruto: Na-ru-to Next Generations, a flashforward shows an older teenage Boruto Uzumaki confronting Kawaki over a ruined Konoha. The scene has a dark tone, meant to tát build anticipation and suspense throughout the story. When writer Ukyō Kodachi showed artist Mikio Ikemoto the script for this scene, Ikemoto was highly surprised. The artist notes that the teenage designs were created in a short amount of time, and, as a result, once the story reached this moment, the older protagonists' designs might change.
Ikemoto described the character's relationship with Boruto as antagonistic, noting both their implied past as allies, and their greater vitriol towards each other in comparison to tát Na-ru-to and Sasuke in the original Naruto manga, even clashing in visual appearance. Ikemoto has also commented that when the two interact, Boruto's design becomes more serious and "overgrown", in rebelliousness against Kawaki.
In December 2020, it was announced that Yūma Uchida would voice Kawaki in the anime adaptation of Boruto. Uchida was pleased with taking the role of Kawaki due to tát the popularity of the Boruto series. Following the announcement, Kodachi expressed joy in seeing Kawaki animated in the anime and thus looked forward to tát người yêu thích tư vấn. In the same month Ikemoto stated that the anime would make further progress in regards to tát Kawaki's and Boruto's meeting. However, he still refrained from explaining the flashforward at the start. Ikemoto stated that in future chapters, more hints will be revealed about the flashforward, such as their growth, why they become hostile and what Kawaki means when talking about Na-ru-to.
Kawaki first appears in Boruto's first chapter in a flashforward, where he and Boruto Uzumaki seem to tát have become enemies. An older Kawaki appears to tát have sealed or killed Na-ru-to and levelled Konoha as he confronts an older Boruto, declaring "the age of shinobi has finally come to tát an end".
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Kawaki is introduced as a valuable piece of cargo, "the Vessel" lost to tát Kara in a transport accident, encountered soon afterward by Boruto's ninja team who bring him to tát the Hidden Leaf. Having become a thành viên of Kara after being bought by Jigen from a cold and drunkard father as a youngster, he was given a tattoo of the Roman numeral IX under his left eye. He, alongside 13 children and teenagers, would be experimented on and bestowed a Kama mark by Jigen, and heavily modified with microscopic Shinobi-Ware implanted in his body toàn thân, giving him an ability to tát alter his physiology for combat.
Highly distrustful of Kara for Jigen's abusive and cruel treatment, Kawaki defects. In order to tát protect him from Kara, Boruto's father, the Seventh Hokage Na-ru-to, adopts him as his own son. Initially distant to tát everybody, Kawaki spends his time with the Uzumaki family repairing a vase Himawari made for Hinata's birthday, which he had accidentally destroyed .
When Kara's thành viên Delta attacks the village to tát take Kawaki back, Na-ru-to comes to tát his defense and saves him. Now growing to tát care for his guardian, Kawaki requests the Hokage train him to tát become a ninja. When Kara's leader Jigen, having tracked Kawaki, attacks the village and kidnaps Na-ru-to, Kawaki joins Boruto, and his allies, Sarada Uchiha and Mitsuki, to tát reclaim him. They face the Kara thành viên Boro, and Boruto's Karma mark causes him to tát be possessed by Momoshiki Otsutsuki, who mocks and brutally kills Boro. The team manages to tát rescue the Hokage and return to tát Konohagakure, and Kawaki later learns from Amado of Jigen's true nature and relationship with the Otsutsuki clan.
After Jigen is outsmarted and incinerated by Koji Kashin, Isshiki Ōtsutsuki (forced to tát reincarnate in Jigen's charred corpse) attacks Konoha to tát brand Kawaki with a new Karma and take Boruto as a sacrifice to tát the God Tree, since Boruto's Karma has reached a high decompression level.
Through the combined effort of Na-ru-to, Sasuke and Kawaki, Isshiki is finally defeated. Shortly afterwards, a Momoshiki-possessed Boruto attacks Sasuke off-guard, stabbing his left eye and destroying his Rinnegan. Kawaki and a barely-conscious Sasuke manage to tát fend off Momoshiki until Boruto recovers his consciousness.
Initial reception to tát Kawaki's introduction was mixed. Allega Frank of Polygon noticed that at the start of both the manga and anime, Kawaki's debut in the flashforward caused fans to tát revolt over his possible future actions against the previous protagonist, Na-ru-to Uzumaki. Finding multiple issues in the manga's premiere, Chris Beveridge of The Fandom Post gave little attention to tát the flashforward.
Critical opinion shifted after his proper introduction in the series. Reacting to tát his introduction, Melina Dargis of The Fandom Post found Kawaki's rivalry with Boruto similar to tát their predecessors (Naruto and Sasuke)'s own, but noticed their differences in personality and potential for a friendlier relationship, and thus looked forward to tát their future development. Leroy Douresseaux expected Kawaki will have a major impact in Boruto's life in regards to tát his way of fighting. Manga News found that while Kawaki's introduction might come across as forced, his relationship might also parallel Naruto's and Sasuke's but it would be hard to tát reach that level. IGN praised Kawaki's fight in the anime against Garo.
Nevertheless, the reviewer found that Kawaki's cold demeanor fades in narrative time the more he interacts with the Uzumaki family, resulting in interesting calm chapters, most notably with Na-ru-to when he asks him to tát train him to tát become a ninja. As a result, Manga News found that since his introduction his character made a major impact to tát the narrative rather kêu ca the actual protagonist, Boruto. FandomPost agreed, claiming Kawaki's introduction to tát ninjutsu and bonds with the Uzumaki family to tát be the highlight of the manga's ninth as the young man wishes to tát be taught by Na-ru-to. IGN also found Kawaki's relationship with Na-ru-to as endearing as he was willing to tát return to tát Jigen if he does not harm the Hokage, whom the writer compared to tát the one of an actual father. When Na-ru-to and Sasuke are defeated by Kara, IGN looked forward to tát Kawaki and Boruto's actions to tát protect the Hokage, noting their Karma seals might be explored in the future to tát give them new powers even though the antagonists are aware of such power and are using them. Crunchyroll regarded Kawaki as one of the most likable teenagers in anime due to tát how, despite starting as a rebellious antisocial youth, he quickly becomes more caring with the Uzumaki family when Na-ru-to decides to tát take care of him.
Game designer Hiroshi Matsuyama from CyberConnect2 praised the debut of Kawaki in the manga due to tát his involvement in the narrative as well as the fight sequences he takes part of. Matsuyama also praised how Ikemoto designed Kawaki, finding the illustration of him in the cover of the series' seventh manga volume striking. In poll from 2021, Kawaki was voted as the seventh best character from Boruto: Na-ru-to Next Generations. Kawaki's fight with Garo was also listed as the best anime fight from 2021 by Crunchyroll.
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