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Boruto Episode 193

Boruto Episode 193

What to do with Kawaki

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 193 wasn’t exactly the most interesting episode. And I wouldn’t suggest getting your hopes up for any of the upcoming episodes to be any better. It seems like we’re going to have quite a few “filler” episodes coming.

Anyway, since Kawaki is kind of a big deal — being an important asset of the Kara terrorist organization — Naruto can’t just decide what to do with Kawaki on his own. In the past, that’s how things would have worked. But ever since the Fourth Great Shinobi War, things are more open between the great nations.

And so, Naruto calls for a Five Kage Summit to determine what should be done about Kawaki. Now, it may be easy to think that Five Kage Summits don’t really matter anymore because the other Kage will just agree with Naruto anyway. But, that’s not the case.

Naruto watching Kawaki in the hospital from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Naruto watching Kawaki in the hospital

What you have to keep in mind is that while all of the Kage want there to be peace between their nations, they do still have individual interests. Something that’s good for the Land of Fire isn’t necessarily going to be good for the Land of Earth, for example.

But, when it comes to Kawaki, the other Kage do differ to Naruto because of his experience.

As a Jinchūriki, Naruto knows what it’s like to be alone due to a power that was forced upon you. And so, he wants to ensure that Kawaki doesn’t have to experience what he did.

The argument could be made that Gaara would be a better caretaker for Kawaki, though. He already has an adopted son and he too was a Jinchūriki. But, Naruto is in a better position to watch over him and Boruto also has a Karma.

Mugino’s Belongings

I’m a bit conflicted in the middle portion of the episode that focused on Boruto and Konohamaru taking care of Mugino’s belongings. On one hand, it was kind of necessary to close out Mugino’s story. But on the other, I don’t really care.

There needed to be closure for both Boruto and Konohamaru after Mugino’s death. It would have been weird if he was just never mentioned again considering how influential he was to both of them. And, of course, we needed to know what became of his pet turtle.

However, Mugino’s character also didn’t matter all that much. I’m not even sure if he was in the manga. A manga reader can confirm or deny this in the comments, but he felt like an anime original character to me.

Konohamaru and Boruto reminiscing about Mugino from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Konohamaru and Boruto reminiscing about Mugino

I’m not saying that anime original content doesn’t matter, though. As I’ve mentioned many times before, the anime original content of Boruto is treated, for the most part, as canon material. It’s just that, at the end of the day, what did Mugino’s character add to the series?

Beyond this point, is Mugino ever going to be mentioned again? It’s possible, but I find it unlikely. This scene with Konohamaru and Boruto closes out his story. And without any lasting impact on the greater narrative, it’s now as if Mugino never existed.

What did you think of this conclusion to Mugino’s story? Did you want Boruto to tell Konohamaru about Mugino’s past? Is it better that he decided to keep that a secret as Mugino did? I don’t really have a strong opinion on it either way. But if I had to pick, I guess I would have preferred if it was implied that Boruto told Konohamaru about it later.

Slice of Life

Do you know what I like more than action in my action anime? Slice of life content. I can’t wait to see how Boruto and Kawaki get along while living under the same roof. It’s going to be wild. Hilarity is definitely going to ensue.

Okay, but actually, I really couldn’t care less about Kawaki and Boruto living together. This entire situation feels so out of place. I’m not really sure what Kodachi was thinking when he wrote this. I get that Boruto is supposed to appeal to a younger audience, but this seems to be appealing to an entirely different audience.

Yes, Boruto does still have some cool fights just as the Naruto series did. But it’s no wonder so many Naruto fans aren’t interested in Boruto at all when you consider how much of this series is really just random slice of life content.

Naruto and his two sons from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Naruto and his two sons

I’m fairly certain that Kishimoto is the one writing the Boruto manga now, so hopefully, that means the story will go back to how it was in Naruto. Unfortunately, I have no idea how far away the anime is from the point at which the author swap happens.

I think I heard that Episode 197 is the next “big” one from an animation perspective. I wasn’t really impressed with Episode 192, the previous “big” episode, content-wise. But here’s to hoping that 197 is better.

The downside to 197 being the next “big” episode is that it probably means the next two or three episodes aren’t going to be all that important. The next episode definitely looks like it’s just slice of life content. And I’d imagine Episode 195 will be the same. Episode 196 could have some content leading into 197, though.

Conclusion

What do you think of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 193? Do you think Naruto is the best of the five Kage for the job of watching over Kawaki? Did you like the scene of Boruto and Konohamaru in Mugino’s apartment? And how do you feel about Boruto’s slice of life content? Let me know in the comments.

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Boruto Episode 192

Boruto Episode 192

The Past

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 192 was the latest “big” in-house episode of the series. And I have to say, it’s not at all what I expected it would be. I knew we were getting Kawaki backstory, but I didn’t think the entire episode would be Kawaki backstory.

After watching the whole thing, I can’t say I know any more about Kawaki’s backstory than I did from watching the preview at the end of last week’s episode. There really wasn’t any reason to have an entire episode dedicated to this content that had previously been covered in 30 seconds.

And, I’m not sure why it was determined that this episode needed to be done in-house. I get that it’s an important episode for Kawaki’s character so having the right director was important. But there wasn’t a need for high-quality animation.

Kawaki as a child from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Kawaki as a child

Another issue I have with this episode is the art. Now, if you look at the image above, you’ll see some nice art. I don’t have any issue with that art. But this episode swapped between three different art styles throughout its run time.

The art pictured above is what I’ll call the detailed art. The second picture in this review (below) is what I’ll call the overly shaded art and is the one I dislike. And the third picture in this review (way below) is the standard flat art the Boruto series is known for.

Maybe it’s just me, but the overly shaded art style looks splotchy and, frankly, bad. That’s the style I would expect from some colored manga. I don’t particularly think it translates to anime all that well. It can look alright if used in a single shot for effect, but that’s not what happened in this episode.

Kawaki’s New Dad

I think we can all agree that Kawaki’s biological father isn’t going to be winning an award for being a good parent any time soon. However, he did teach Kawaki one, very important lesson. And that’s not to talk to strangers.

Kawaki was specifically told by his father that he shouldn’t trust outsiders — people not from their village. And to his father’s credit, the only outsiders Kawaki comes into contact with throughout the episode are unsavory people.

We learned that the traveling goldfish salesman was actually a human trafficker. The guy who wanted to test Kawaki’s blood was apparently working for Kara searching for compatible children. And, of course, Jigen is the leader of Kara.

Kawaki when he meets Jigen for the first time from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Kawaki when he meets Jigen for the first time

We’re never given the name of this village, but we do learn that it’s cut off from much of the world and only has a single entrance in the form of a tunnel. This leads me to believe there’s something unique about this village.

After all, why would Delta and Jigen make their way to this small, isolated village if it was normal? If they’re searching for children with some specific characteristics, they’d probably find more in a more populated area. But at the same time, maybe that would attract too much attention to Kara.

I’m also wondering exactly what Kara were looking for with these blood tests. Do they need children with a certain blood type? Kawaki’s jutsu makes use of his blood, so perhaps certain blood characteristics were needed in order for that jutsu to be artificially manifested.

Or, since Kawaki is referred to as the vessel, is he going to be Jigen’s vessel? Perhaps his blood needs to be compatible with Jigen’s for whatever they’re planning to do to him to work.

A Safe Place

One thing I will say this episode did fairly well was to connect Kawaki’s backstory to his current situation. We now know that Kawaki doesn’t trust strangers, and to him, everyone who’s trying to help him in the Leaf Village is a stranger.

And, importantly, Naruto uses the same language when talking to Kawaki now that Jigen used back when Kawaki was younger. Both of them tell Kawaki that there’s nothing to worry about and that he’s now in a safe place.

Normally, this would be a good thing for someone with a traumatic past to hear. But to Kawaki, these words are a lie meant to make him let his guard down. He’s already been tricked by these words once when Jigen said them, so he’s not going to fall for it again.

Naruto greeting Kawaki from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Naruto greeting Kawaki

I’m still not really sure how it’s going to get from the current events of the series to the scene we got back in the first episode. But maybe it’s just an extension of what Kawaki is experiencing now. If he later thinks that Naruto tricked him, perhaps that would cause Kawaki to destroy the Leaf Village.

That certainly seems like an overreaction to me. But I can’t really think of what else would cause Kawaki to do that. I don’t see him joining up with Kara, which means he’s attacking the Leaf Village on his own and for his own reasons.

It could honestly even have something to do with his father. Despite how he was treated by his father, Kawaki still respected him. So maybe he blames the established great nations for the war that caused his father to suffer or something. I could see that happening.

Conclusion

What do you think of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 192? Do you think we needed this entire episode to go over Kawaki’s backstory? Why do you think Kawaki’s blood was important to Kara? And why do you think Kawaki turns on Naruto and the Leaf Village? Let me know in the comments.

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Boruto Episode 191

Boruto Episode 191

Stray Dog

As was known going into this week’s episode, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 91 is effectively just a filler episode. I won’t say that it’s entirely filler just because of the end. I’m pretty sure that the ending scene is important.

What about next week, though? Is that a filler episode too? Well, it’s hard to say. If you’re simply basing your guess on the next episode preview, then it would be pretty easy to say that it will be. After all, we really weren’t shown anything and it just talked about Kawaki’s past.

Kawaki’s past is certainly important. But just because there’s an episode about his past doesn’t mean that the content of that episode is ever actually going to be relevant again in the story.

A stray dog from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
A stray dog

However, there are some other clues that tell us that next week’s episode is going to be big. The first of these is, surprisingly, the lack of anything being shown in the preview. Episode 189 was probably the biggest episode of the series so far, but the preview didn’t make it look special.

Also, this next episode is going to be done in-house rather than being outsourced. That’s a good indicator of how important the episode actually is.

While I don’t know what’s going to take place in next week’s episode, I’m fairly confident that it will be much more important than Kawaki identifying with an injured, stray dog. If I had to guess, it will involve some sort of exhibition match between Naruto and Kawaki as I predicted last week.

Naruto isn’t going to have a real fight against a child, but I think he might agree to an exhibition match against Kawaki to gain his trust. Or maybe Boruto will have the match against Kawaki in Naruto’s place.

Sumire Performs the Talk-no-Jutsu

Sumire Kakei is one of my least favorite characters in the Boruto series. She’s not an interesting character, she doesn’t have cool jutsu, and her character design is boring. I genuinely prefer her anime-only teammates Wasabi and Namida more than Sumire herself (who’s from the manga).

At this point, I’m not even sure if I can refer to Sumire as a character. She’s more like a walking plot device than anything else. Not only does she represent the scientific ninja tool side of things, but also serves as a pseudo-foil to Kawaki because they were both turned into human weapons.

The only reason I see for Sumire to be around is to show other characters that tools aren’t inherently bad. Boruto thought scientific ninja tools were bad, but Sumire creates tools to help people. And Kawaki has a lot of hatred because he was made into a tool, but Sumire has made the most of her similar past.

Sumire and Nue from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Sumire and Nue

When Sumire “Talk-no-Jutsu’d” Kawaki while they were helping the injured dog, my initial thought was that this was a flaw in Sumire’s character. The fact that she’s taking what Boruto did to her and applying it to Kawaki felt cheesy.

But thinking about it more, it’s probably more of a flaw with Kawaki’s character — at least in my eyes. Kawaki being pacified that easily by Sumire saying that she understands how he feels felt cheap. It reduced his character down to just another half-baked antagonist that’s going to be defeated by words at the end of the day.

Obviously, that’s the kind of thing that always happens in this series. And I’d be lying if I said I didn’t think Boruto will talk Kawaki into being a good guy by the end of the series. But I don’t want to see that kind of thing happening this early into Kawaki’s introduction.

Naruto Wants a New Son

The only part of the episode that really mattered to me was when Naruto showed up at the end. This isn’t because I love Naruto as a character or anything, though. In fact, I think his orange, glowing form that he uses all the time now is pretty stupid.

But, this scene was important because Naruto told Kawaki that he’s going to personally look after him. We know that Naruto believes in giving children healthy environments in which to grow rather than punishing them for their wrongdoings.

So, what environment could be healthier for Kawaki than being watched over by the Hokage himself? There’s a lot he can learn from Naruto, and he won’t have to worry too much about Jigen recapturing him.

Naruto Uzumaki from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Naruto Uzumaki

Speaking of the protection Naruto provides, this is actually something that I know I’m going to take issue with later on in the series. Obviously, something bad happens to Naruto (and probably Sasuke). But honestly, those two are so overpowered that anything bad happening to them won’t feel right.

If every member of Kara attacked the Leaf Village at once, I think Naruto and Sasuke could defeat them. That’s how insanely overpowered those two are. Sure, they couldn’t defeat Madara in the past, but they’ve grown since then.

What kind of stupidly strong jutsu would someone have to have in order to take down Naruto and Sasuke at this point? Naruto is the ten-tails jinchūriki and Sasuke can warp space and time. You can’t beat them. Momoshiki only stood a chance because he could basically do the same things as them.

Conclusion

What do you think of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 191? Do you like this kind of filler? Did this episode make you think better or worse of Kawaki? And what do you think Kawaki being looked after by Naruto is going to entail? Let me know in the comments.

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Boruto Episode 190

Boruto Episode 190

Almost Filler

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations episode 190, and probably 191, are almost to the point of being filler episodes. However, you probably shouldn’t think of them that way considering everything that’s going on at this point in the series.

Did anything exciting happen within this episode? I wouldn’t say so. There was no real action and we weren’t even introduced to new information about any of the characters. Well, I guess you could say that Kawaki’s fast healing is new information, but that doesn’t seem to be too important right now.

So, why isn’t this episode filler? Well, I’m not going to say that it’s definitively not filler. But it does appear to be setting up the meeting between Kawaki and Naruto. And as you should be aware from the first episode of the series, their meeting is pretty important.

Kawaki on a surveillance monitor from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Kawaki on a surveillance monitor

But, I will concede that Kawaki and Naruto could have met even if Kawaki didn’t escape from the research facility. So with that in mind, and considering that the next episode seems to focus on Kawaki living on the streets with some stray dog, these episodes are essentially filler.

Any time an episode is about a character connecting with some random animal around town, often a dog or cat, you can be pretty certain that it’s not going to be that important of an episode. I do expect the end of next week’s episode to get back on track, though.

And if Kawaki and Naruto do meet at the end of next week’s episode, then we might actually get a fight between them the following week. I don’t see it being a real fight. But I could see Naruto agreeing to fight Kawaki in order to prove he’s strong enough to protect him from Kara.

Kawaki’s Escape

Kawaki’s escape from the research facility was painful to watch. There should have been no way for it to happen. But thanks to the terrible design of the facility, the lack of caution observed by Team 7, and some additional random developments, Kawaki made it out.

Now, the very first flaw that allowed Kawaki to escape is that his cell didn’t have a toilet in it. This means that he has to be let out of the cell whenever he needs to use the bathroom, which voids the durability of the cell entirely.

The second flaw is that not only is there no toilet in the cell, but apparently the nearest bathroom is on the opposite end of the facility. Thanks to this design flaw, Kawaki gets a nice, leisurely tour of the facility so he knows where to go during his escape.

Kawaki escaping from the facility from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Kawaki escaping from the facility

Next, we have the fact that Boruto, Mitsuki, and Sarada weren’t exactly acting with caution. Why did Sarada stay behind to help the researchers pick up the flashbang grenades Kawaki spilled? Kawaki is known to be dangerous — she shouldn’t have left Boruto and Mitsuki on their own with him.

There were some other random developments that contributed as well, such as Kawaki’s gathering of scientific ninja tools. How did Kawaki hide the flashbang grenade he picked up? And how did he put a scientific ninja tool on his wrist? His hands were bound in front of his body in the open.

And lastly, it was previously stated that Kawaki might somehow make Nue go mad. This wasn’t explained at all, but that’s exactly what happened and it allowed Kawaki to make his final escape because Nue broke his shackles. I don’t think that’s ever going to be explained — it was just a Deus ex machina.

The Hokage is Coming

There are a few reasons why Naruto is going to visit Kawaki. The obvious one is that Kawaki is connected to Kara, and so Naruto wants to speak to him. But, Naruto also likely wants information on Koji Kashin specifically. Technically, anyone could have a summoning pact with the toads of Mt. Myōboku, but Koji’s Rasengan makes him suspicious.

Also, Naruto is just a nice guy, so he wants to visit Kawaki because he’s a child. He would personally visit any Kara member who happened to be captured. But Kawaki’s age definitely plays a role here. Naruto recognizes that treating Kawaki as a captive probably isn’t good for his mental health.

However, if we take a closer look at the situation, things start to make less sense.

Naruto and Sai heading to the research facility from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Naruto and Sai heading to the research facility

Why is Naruto really traveling to see Kawaki? Because Kawaki isn’t being held within the Leaf Village. Why isn’t Kawaki being held within the Leaf Village? Because he’s seen as an unknown threat — they don’t know if he’s really allied with Kara and they don’t know everything he’s capable of.

So, if he’s considered to be this dangerous, why is he being held at a research facility where the only shinobi guarding him are three genin? Wouldn’t the Leaf Village be far more secure? It has a lot of jonin, it has holding cells specifically designed for dangerous shinobi, and it has Naruto — the Hokage — right there in case of emergency.

I know that in the first episode we see Kawaki saying that he sent Naruto somewhere, but realistically there’s nothing Kawaki could do if Naruto got involved at this point. Even if Kawaki somehow escaped from the Leaf Village prison, he wouldn’t make it very far with Naruto nearby.

Conclusion

What do you think of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations episode 190? Do you think we’ll get to see a fight between Naruto and Kawaki? How do you feel about the circumstances of Kawaki’s escape? And where would you have kept Kawaki locked up? Let me know in the comments.

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Boruto Episode 189

Boruto Episode 189

Peak Boruto

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations episode 189 was hyped up to be the next big episode, and I have to say it didn’t disappoint. I’ll even go so far as to say that this is the new best episode of the series, surpassing episode 65. I’m sure some people won’t agree with that, but I think this episode did everything perfectly.

It shouldn’t need to be said because we could all see it, but the animation was great. There were a few times when I thought a bit too much detail was lost from the art during some of the more dynamic shots. However, overall it was way above what I’d expect from 99% of anime.

And, even when the animation wasn’t going crazy, the art was. The art in this episode was definitely the best art of the series so far. I don’t think anyone could make a truly convincing argument against that.

Delta from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Delta

If you want an example of how good the art was in this episode, compare the above image of Delta to what she looked like in the previous episode. She’s way more detailed, which makes her look way better. I’ve complained in the past about Delta not looking intimidating, but with this art style, she definitely does.

The best way I can explain the style used in this episode is that it’s as close to seeing manga panels animated as we’re likely to get. Sometimes people use the phrase “animated manga panels” as a derisive term. But in this case, I’m using it as a compliment to say that somehow the anime was able to be as detailed as the manga without sacrificing animation quality.

Oh, and I love how shadows were used in this episode to make the characters look a lot less flat than they normally do in Boruto.

Kawaki vs. Garo

Based on the setup from the previous episode, I wasn’t expecting this episode to go that crazy. Sure, it’s Kawaki’s first fight of the series and we already know that he’s going to be a major character. But considering that Garo was his opponent, I wasn’t expecting anything on the level of episode 65.

If Kawaki’s opponent had been Ao, I would have expected more than I did going into this episode. Ao is an established character who’s been around for hundreds of episodes. Garo, on the other hand, was just introduced a week or two ago as someone Kawaki already defeated as a child.

But, I think this episode actually cemented Garo as a really good antagonist despite the fact that he only lasted about two episodes. We got to see how strong he’d become since initially losing to Kawaki years ago. He even put up a great fight, defeating Kawaki before his Karma was activated.

Garo about to be finished off by Kawaki from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Garo about to be finished off by Kawaki

Another thing I liked about this fight was how it demonstrated the very different fighting styles and perspectives of both Kawaki and Garo.

Kawaki uses his speed to his advantage and doesn’t want to rely on a power he doesn’t view as his own, such as Karma. Garo is the opposite. He uses his size and weight, something I thought was very cool to see, to his advantage. And he has no problem relying on borrowed power in the form of his scientific ninja tools.

Going back to Garo’s fighting style, it was so much more satisfying to see than the fighting style of someone like Shojoji of the Mujina Gang who has a similar body style. He’s not fast, but he knows how to use his weight and strength to devastating effect. That’s not something we often see in this series.

The Power of Karma

Before I get to Karma, I do want to spend a little time going over Kawaki’s other ability. His blood cells have been altered so that they’re basically microscopic scientific ninja tools. But even so, I’m going to be referring to the ability this allows him to use as a jutsu.

Basically, Kawaki has a jutsu that allows him to crystallize his blood into a rock-like material on the outside of his body. I don’t know the logistics of how it works, but we saw that it works in a different way from Deepa’s hardening of the carbon in his body.

And this jutsu Kawaki has is very versatile. He made shields, projectiles, shoes, swords, and more all with the same ability. I wonder if he’s capable of using other jutsu, or if he simply uses this one for all of his combat needs.

Kawaki with Karma activated from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Kawaki with Karma activated

Karma is a pretty interesting ability, mainly because we don’t really understand it at this point. We know it has something to do with the Ōtsutsuki clan since that’s how Boruto got it and Kara was researching them. But we also don’t know how Jigen and Kawaki got it.

I’ve previously theorized that Jigen has true Karma while Kawki’s is artificial, but at this point, I’m not so sure that’s the case. Kawaki specifically mentioned disliking Karma because it’s not his power. He didn’t say the same thing about his blood “jutsu” despite that being the product of science.

To me, that implies that his Karma and blood jutsu don’t come from the same place. The blood jutsu may be enabled by scientific ninja tools, but Kawaki still views that as his own power. Does he view Karma as Jigen’s power? Or does he know that it comes from the Ōtsutsuki?

Conclusion

What do you think of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations episode 189? Was this the best episode of the series so far? Or do you think another episode, like 65, is better? Also, what are your thoughts on Garo? And why do you think Kawaki hates using the borrowed power of Karma so much? Let me know in the comments.

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