REACTION – In this episode, we continue where we left off after Boruto’s teacher snaps and tries to attack him and his friends. Boruto and the others are under the impression that their teacher is furious of their recent behavior and asks for forgiveness – but that doesn’t really convince their teacher.
Day 6: Anime I want to see but haven’t yet
If you have been following closely with my articles, you will notice that most of the anime series that I write about cover the school, slice-of-life, fantasy, romance, and the lighthearted genres.
I have no liking to shounen, gore, intense action and what have you.
The thing that I do not like about shounen is that it is too straight-forward for me. An anime series has to have some sort of deep emotion and story for me to be hooked in it. Unless if you mention Fairy Tail, where I got hooked on it because of its entertainment value.
One anime, that is shounen, is something that I would like to see fully but I have not done so. Probably because it’s three-hundred episodes long and I am not a fan of binge watching. I would like to watch the entire Naruto franchise.
Naruto has always been a must for every person who watches anime – same goes for One Piece, Bleach and other mainstream series. But there’s something special about Naruto and why I picked it for this article. Mainly because the scope of its popularity and how it has evolved over its run.
I have heard people talking about how Naruto was their childhood and as they grew, so did the series with them.
Granted, I can’t be able to do this since I am way behind but I want to experience and know why people liked Naruto so much. Sure, the entertainment value is a given but I heard about the emotions, the backstories and things that give this series some sort of depth.
I have tried to watch Naruto before but I only ended up in the first three episodes and got lazy to finish the entire franchise.
But I hope I get the chance and ample time to watch it fully and hopefully experience what the majority of the community has felt while watching this anime series.
The new series, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, could be a placeholder since I am a millennial but I want to understand the references mentioned in this series which is heavily taken from the main Naruto franchise.