Boruto Manga #53:”That Reality” Shaped The Characters In Whole
“That’s Reality,” of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations by Masashi Kishimoto, Mikio Ikemoto, Ukyo Kocachi, Mari Morimoto and Snir Aharon now streaming on viz media just became the platform of the death of the deadliest villain in the history of the anime.
“That’s Reality,” where The Boruto manga truly shaped Isshiki Ōtsutsuki as Naruto’s most formidable ally in the show. Surrounding his war for Kawaki’s soul pushing Naruto to the limits of emotional threshold and forcing him into Baryon Mode, it became clear he was way deadlier than Madara, Obito Uchiha and even Kaguya.
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In fact, despite Naruto’s dangerous power-up, Isshiki still had the upper hand, making fans think that Naruto would surely be murdered in the process of trying to save Kawaki from becoming the alien’s rebirth vessel. The part was quick and the emotional perspective of the show became totally unpredictable. Whatever towards the end Team Konoha brings home the ultimate victory when Kawaki’s quick thinking and devotion to the Hokage kills off Isshiki and proves Kawaki belongs in the Land of Fire.
Soon after that Naruto and Sasuke are both super-proud even as Kawaki says it took all his energy as he’s yet to perfect the Jutsu. Still, it paid dividends. Kawaki wants to be a Konoha shinobi and while Isshiki laughed at this ambition, Naruto’s happy he has another son and trainee. As for Isshiki, seeing as he doesn’t have a replacement body, this is the end for him, and now the heroes will shift focus to erasing the final stains of the Kara terrorist cell.
Just like the saying the best is yet to come, says the Boruto Manga