Naruto spin-off: Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals to begin airing on September 12

Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals

The official website of Canadian French-language channel UNIS TV confirms that Naruto spin-off: Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals to begin airing. Naruto spin-off: Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals will premiere on 12 September at 8:00 a.m. and Boruto: Naruto will next generation will debut at 8:30 a.m.


Naruto Spin-off: Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals will premiere on 12 September at 8:00 a.m.

The Naruto Spin-off; Rock Lee & Ninja Pals premiered in Japan in April. The TV series adapted Kenji Taira’s Rock Lee no Seishun Full-Power Ninden Gag comedy manga, focus on the secondary Naruto character Rock Lee.


The SD in the title means Super Determined Crunchyroll streamed the amine in the number of international locations as it released in Japan. Studio Perriot had produced the primary Naruto amine, animated the sequence.

Masahiko Murata directed the primary half series of that sequence and Gorou Sessha directed the other half of the sequence. The Boruto: Naruto was earlier premiered on 12th April in Japan. The anime is predicted on Boruto sequel manga, launched in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2016, May.

Naruto spin off

The new episodes of the series are delayed starting from May three as a result of a state of emergency declared in the city and unfold brand new coronavirus conditions. The present schedule to 155 episodes on that day. But as a substitute started running the present from the primary episode.

The anime resumed on 5 July with the 156th episode. And entered the before head Kara Shido-hen with 157 episodes on July 19. Rock.

This series narrated the daily life training of Konohagakure ninja Rock Lee who utilizes taijutsu. Naruto spin features comedy scenes and many little skits that highlight the character. This is the first series that does not follow the main plot of Naruto Shippuuden.

The animated series is one of the most awaited series in Japan and several other countries. So the wait is over now.

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