Boruto Discussion of Episode 39: Finally the Mitsuki Sage Mode Animation is Exhibited!

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    After a long time of curiosity, Boruto episode 39 shows the Sage Mode Mitsuki animation! What does it look like? Boruto's plot of episode 39 is definitely not a new story. Veteran Navers may have first seen Mitsuki's early story in the manga version, written directly by Masashi Kishimoto. But still, for those who purely follow the version of the anime series only, the discussion below clearly contains spoilers. Therefore if you still haven't watched it and are actually leak-proof, you're mistaken in the article.

    Then where can you watch? The author uses Crunchyroll, which shows Boruto at the same time as in Japan, has English subtitles, and has HD visual quality without worrying about adware and malware sneaking damage to your device. But you have to use a paid service to watch it right now.

    Then where can you watch? The author uses Crunchyroll, which shows Boruto at the same time as in Japan, has English subtitles, and has HD visual quality without worrying about adware and malware sneaking damage to your device. But you have to use it if you're already watching or don't mind spoilers, see the discussion of episode 39 Boruto below!

    SPOILER ALERT !!!

    Indeed, the story of Boruto episode 39 revolves around the past. But the story itself is still a continuation of the previous episode.

    Now a new generation of Team 7 has been officially formed. Sarada awaits Boruto with Mitsuki. When Boruto did not come, Mitsuki began to relive his past before he decided to carve a trail as a student at the Academy. Basically, the story of this episode is the same as Naruto Gaiden. You can read the Duniaku.net discussion in 2016 and find the contents to be the same as what is presented here.

    Orochimaru said that Mitsuki was his son, and there was a shinobi who stole his memory. Orochimaru also brought Mitsuki to face the memory thief.

    The problem is, the memory thief is also Mitsuki. Mitsuki is only Orochimaru's experimental child. In the end, Mitsuki was faced with two choices: should he remain loyal to Orochimaru? Or does he have to do what his "big brother" suggests?

    Even so, there was a great pleasure watching this story of Mitsuki finally animated. The long awaited part is of course the revival of Mitsuki's Sage Mode, which was first visualized in this episode.

    Mitsuki had already mobilized this power against Shino Aburame. But at that time only the radiant energy was shown. Full transformation and no fighting. As he had shown against Shino, Mitsuki was still not fully accustomed to using this skill. He looked exhausted when he finally turned off his power again.

    But during its use, Mitsuki's speed seemed extraordinary, until he was able to steal the scroll from Orochimaru's hands.

    Orochimaru certainly did not really intend to stop his son, but from his reaction it seems that Orochimaru did not expect Mitsuki to move so fast. Mitsuki then disappeared leaving him and continued to walk on his own ninjas.

    Another interesting thing from Boruto episode 39 you can read on the second page!

    Mitsuki's Sage Mode is cool. But this 39 episode Boruto also has another interesting surprise: the first generation Mitsuki, who could be considered his older sister. If you are curious about what adult Mitsuki is like, then you can just look at this guy.

    Considering they were one type of experiment, Mitsuki almost certainly resembled him.

    Although it was shown in conflict with Orochimaru, it was revealed that this great Mitsuki was actually very loyal to his own father. He was the one who was shown the discussion with Orochimaru at the beginning of the episode. He had also conspired to act to get Mitsuki to start his own ninjas.

    In both the manga, movie and anime versions, the older brother hasn't appeared yet. But it was predictable that he, like Kagura Karatachi in Kirigakure, could become an unexpected ally of Boruto in the event of a critical crisis.

    Like for example when Konoha was destroyed in the future. Well, Naruto Gaiden: The Road Illuminated by the Full Moon itself is not a long manga. Unlike Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring, which became an exciting family drama where the old generation of Team 7 was given the opportunity to show their full strength.

    But according to the personal writer, this adaptation in Boruto episode 39 feels too concise. The development of Mitsuki's character was too sudden, and the moment when he finally made his own decision was less prominent.

    Maybe the script writing team for this episode should divide this story into two, so that Mitsuki's characterization can feel stronger.

    Well, those are interesting things and a brief discussion of Boruto episode 39. What do you think about this episode?