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#2441 hisaberpie

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Posted 24 May 2018 - 09:54 PM

They have made a naruto 2.0, a hinata 2.0 and now they are attempting to make a gaara 2.0. This series doesn't have an ounce of orginiality to it.

P.s. i'm willing to bet they are going to glorify hinatas sad attempt to save naruto once momo attacks. -____-

#2442 Bail o' Lies

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Posted 24 May 2018 - 10:43 PM

I am so glad I don't watch Boruto anymore. Still stuck reading the manga. 

The latest episode changed the path completely. Boruto defeats Shikadai without caught cheating. In other words, more time for other characters to get shine as well as changing the timing of invasion.

Ill give SP credit for exploring better with Boruto feeling guilty about cheating rather than cool with it in the movie and manga. It makes him tolerable if anything.

That sounds like they are trying to hype up the character more then them trying to do something original or make their own spin on the story. Remember he was able to defeat a demon, fight evenly with chunin, as well as hold his own against his teacher when he was 7 years old, and he held his own against a former hokage in order to graduate from the academy. Him cheating makes him look weak and undermines the complete prodigy that could defeat any by the time he turned 14 that they are clearly going for. So they removed it, to make sure nothing takes away from the perfection that is Hinata's perfect son (except his daddy issues.)

 

So I officially caught up with the anime after a good long while, and wow the latest episode took me by surprise when it comes to the Chunin Exams stuff between Boruto vs Shikadai. Then again we are talking about Noriyuke Abe the director of the Boruto Anime who did Bleach & Yu Yu Hakusho his touch does give the anime some spirit to it. 

 

One thing I'll say is within these 59 episodes as a whole I definitely feel that Boruto's generations have a bond with one another whereas with Naruto's generation I only really felt it between Team Kakashi and Team Asuma.  That and so far from what we've seen it's very basis on Part 1 Naruto combat something I didn't pick up the first time around, and it to a degree it works. 

 

Anyway do I think Boruto is going to get caught like he did in the movie? More than likely it'll happen unless Boruto straight up confesses about his winnings then SP i'll say that was interesting.. I do like that he does kind of regret cheating so that's a nice touch.

There only like nine kids in this one, and they spent 25 episodes in the academy building up their bonds (two of which are clones of team 7 and 9.) Also remember the one you didn't feel a bond with the rest was team 8; which included shino (that everyone jokes about everyone forgetting about him,) Kiba (the Naruto-like guy with a dog,) and Hinata.

 

Or they are going to gloss over it.

 

They have made a naruto 2.0, a hinata 2.0 and now they are attempting to make a gaara 2.0. This series doesn't have an ounce of orginiality to it.

P.s. i'm willing to bet they are going to glorify hinatas sad attempt to save naruto once momo attacks. -____-

You thought you get creativity from the Naruto team in SP? They not even creative in the adulations' to Hinata, how can they be creative in anything else if they can't even do that?

 

No one will be willing to take the bet, not even the most blind oblivious Hinata fanatic. That is like betting against the sun has risen today, when you're outside in the daylight. The only bet worth taking is; do they over-hype it so much, that it makes what they did with Pein seem like they were loyally adapting the manga in comparison?


Edited by Bail o' Lies, 25 May 2018 - 02:58 AM.






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