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  • Episode 123 which was Released for me on Hulu, A lot of cuts in-between the Fights have been making most scenes noticed for other episodes feeling tedious having Boruto and other Characters feel less and less for the viewers watching. can anyone really disagree or agree with this fact?

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    • That sounds really lame, is this exclusive to Hulu or has it happened in other places?

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    • Maybe to make the show less violent for little kids. Since some fans believe that this anime is for little kids.

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    • Wonder what the official target age actually is for the show.

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    • Who knows probably 8 or 10 years old.

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    • Can't find any official info so for now I'm guessing about the same age Naruto and Naruto Shippuden were aiming at if not a bit younger.

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    • Amanim wrote: Maybe to make the show less violent for little kids. Since some fans believe that this anime is for little kids.

      I met someone like that online. I was watching a clip with Remon's super sour burger, and I commented that it looked ridiculous & gross (since it looked like someone just sliced two lemons and put all the slices on the burger while leaving the freaking peels on), they could have just put some lemon jam on there instead, and putting the ridiculous amount of lemon on the burger could be construed as insulting the audience's intelligence ("Ah, the audience isn't that smart! We'd better put a bunch of lemon slices with the peels on because otherwise they won't understand it's supposed to have lemon!"). Someone chewed me out saying I was "taking it too seriously". ~rolls eyes~ Apparently I was unfair to call out a stupid and gross sandwich for being stupid and gross. Who knows why they went after me instead of the numerous people saying how bland the show was compared to Naruto. Some people still think cartoons are brainless fluff that are above criticism.

      Edit- To anyone wondering why I feel they think it's a children's cartoon, they used the same arguments people make when they feel a cartoon is for children. Someone will have a valid criticism and the "cartoons are for children" people will snap, "It's just a kids' cartoon! It's not supposed to be smart! You're finding fault just to find fault! Get a life!" With all the cartoons that are well done and respect children's intelligence, it's sad there are people who think children's cartoons don't have to be well made.

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    • I absolutely agree Raidra, as someone studying Children's Narrative this year it makes my blood boil whenever someone uses the 'it's just for kids' excuse. What do children not deserve tightly written stories that have had effort and passion thrown in them? Kids are innocent sure but they're not stupid and probably understand a lot more than adults give them credit for. Children deserve well written stories and that's the end of it.

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    • I heard in Japan that the age group for them to watch Boruto is around the age for kids to watch the show with there grandparents. So I think that's like the age of 6 or 7 and this was confirmed by Masashi Kishimoto as well when the show was in production.

      But for adults I can see that this anime isn't for a little kid to look at especially when Boruto and other characters swears with curse words.

      I also found out that Kishimoto say that he wants for it to be more happy and fun, something that younger viewers can really enjoy. He wants it to be distinct from how "Naruto" turned out because as the original series went deeper, Kishimoto said that it got "more introspective and darker".

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    • kishimoto is making a mistake

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    • Sadly he is making a mistake with this spin off which why I read his new Samurai 8: Hachimaruden because I can see that manga series for adults and I hope when he makes it into a anime that it won't be targeted for kids. Read his Samurai 8: Hachimaruden manga it's really good it's in second place on my vote as a good samurai series, but I count Rurouni Kenshin as my most favorite samurai series.

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    • Amanim wrote: I heard in Japan that the age group for them to watch Boruto is around the age for kids to watch the show with there grandparents. So I think that's like the age of 6 or 7 and this was confirmed by Masashi Kishimoto as well when the show was in production.

      But for adults I can see that this anime isn't for a little kid to look at especially when Boruto and other characters swears with curse words.

      I also found out that Kishimoto say that he wants for it to be more happy and fun, something that younger viewers can really enjoy. He wants it to be distinct from how "Naruto" turned out because as the original series went deeper, Kishimoto said that it got "more introspective and darker".

      I think Boruto will likely undergo an altered but similiar evolution especially after the likely timeskip and the events that'll lead to the Kawaki vs Boruto fight we saw at the very start.

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