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Oddly enough, I'm inclined to admit the interactions between Boruto and Denki were enjoyable.
 
Oddly enough, I'm inclined to admit the interactions between Boruto and Denki were enjoyable.
   
'''EDIT''': I'm also a little salty that even though the animation was good, you'd think they'd put a bit of effort into the finer details as well. Tsunade's Hokage Monument close-up was missing her Strength of a Hundred Seal, though it later appeared whdn the mountain was shown at a distance.
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'''EDIT''': I'm also a little salty that even though the animation was good, you'd think they'd put a bit of effort into the finer details as well. Tsunade's Hokage Monument close-up was missing her Strength of a Hundred Seal, though it later appeared when the mountain was shown at a distance.

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It was a decent episode. In comparison to Naruto's first episode, I was hoping there was going to be a sense of emotion. I understand the Boruto series will be less 'dark and mysterious', but comical introductions is no substitute for a climatic ending.

Oddly enough, I'm inclined to admit the interactions between Boruto and Denki were enjoyable.

EDIT: I'm also a little salty that even though the animation was good, you'd think they'd put a bit of effort into the finer details as well. Tsunade's Hokage Monument close-up was missing her Strength of a Hundred Seal, though it later appeared when the mountain was shown at a distance.

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