The Evolution of Boruto: A Renewed Legacy
In the « BORUTO 84 » manga, we observe the fascinating evolution of Boruto, who stands out as a worthy heir to his lineage. He demonstrates unique talents, evoking techniques reminiscent of those of his illustrious grandfather, Minato.
The Duality of the Story: Between Repetition and Power
Although the manga is criticized for its repetitiveness and the overpowering nature of its protagonists, these elements are recognized as essential to its essence. Boruto, despite his lack of genius according to some, faces notable challenges, notably in his confrontation with Code, who manages to elude him.
Boruto’s hidden abilities
Despite his impressive progress, Boruto still holds many secrets. His complexity as a character continues to pique readers’ curiosity.
The Shinju: New Antagonists with a Criticized Design
The Shinju, newly-introduced enemies, are the fruit of Code’s manipulations. They boast unique personalities, although their aesthetic design has been mocked. Theories abound as to their origins and future evolution.
A mixed reception for the Shinju
The Shinju’s reception was moderate, mainly due to their lack of charisma and their resemblance to previous characters. However, the symbolism of these enemies, born of chakra and representing a threat to the ninja world, is considered intriguing, even if it suffers from comparison with the antagonists of the « Naruto » series.