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Shin looks PISSED. I hope that panel isn't the final page of the chapter.
Whoo. That boy looks madder than a wet hen!
We'll undoubtedly get some "fighting" in this chapter. I just hope Kishi keeps with Naruto's maturity and status as Hokage. I pray we don't see any silliness like Naruto getting outsmarted or outmaneuvered.
Only way this guy should escape is if, somehow, the girls become too big of a liability and Naruto has to (FOR SOME REASON) choose between saving their lives or pursuing the target.
I gotta say, if that is supposed to be a Mangekyou, it's probably the coolest looking, in my opinion.
*eats humble pie*
That was friggin' Kamui.
Whoa. I mean, I expected the kid to already have MS because he was already acting far too... well, furious, not to have it.
...Gonna go ahead and assume that Boruto doesn't fight this kid until AFTER Sasuke trains him. That the movie doesn't take place immediately after the miniseries, but far later. Perhaps after his training trip with Sasuke.
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Also, why does Shin and the Juubimon both have the same MS? That would potentially mean they're both created from the same... whatever. That they're both clones and Shin is a complete one while the little plant bro is just either a botched experiment, or a premature one that hasn't gone through some sort of transformation into a full grown boy Pinocchio style.
i think the Kamui was the creature with the 1 sharingan.
The Kamui was activated by the Juubi clone thing, not Shin.
Ah. I thought Shin's MS summoned the monster to him some how. In that case, what did Shin's eyes do? It couldn't simply have been activating that trick Shuriken. Unless his technique gives him telekinesis.
Maybe it's something akin to Nagato's 6 paths?
They share the same eyes but their full skills are divided amongst the two?
Yeah, my assumption was that because they have the same eyes, somehow they were linked and thus, had the exact same MS ability. So if the monster could use Kamui, Shin could too. I also thought he summoned the monster there with Kamui off panel, but now I actually see the monster hopping around along side him (when he dodged Naruto's hand and lands on that arch).
Whatever though. Telekinesis is cool too.
On a completely separate note, well separate but kind of similar, talk about retreading abilities. I get that Kamui was the most broken sharingan ability to exist from an Uchiha (Koto-Amatsukami's ten-year stipulation makes it very impractical to anyone without Hashirama's DNA. I suspect that Asura's chakra had A lot to do with that as well.) but was it really necessary to bring back? Of course it can be explained away by this kid and that thing being "grown" from the DNA left behind by Obito. However.... Jeez. I mean I can't really complain all that much because Kishimoto did the same thing with Sasuke, but... Sigh... Oh well, I'll cut him some slack and say that the miniseries is going to be more about the story than new abilities and such
Oh yeah, confirmation that Naruto didn't lose RS Mode.
Last edited by KiSwordsman; May 20, 2015 at 12:14 PM.
Meh, I'm not too bothered by the retreading of techniques. It was a way to answer how Shin managed to travel so quickly without making him a preteen ST jutsu master (whch would've been a super big deal). Plus from Tobirama's wording and what we've seen amongst the chapters, the same techniques can be used by different Uchiha based on... well, what seems to be random at the birth of there MS.
I'm more interested in the TK though.
Oh boy this escalated quickly... From a weird kid with a Sharingan to a weird kid with a Mangekyo + Kamui