Next-generation tales are one thing followers both dread or grow to be extraordinarily enthusiastic about. Great examples of those are Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon and Boruto: Naruto Next-Generations, two next-generation collection based mostly on beloved anime which might be vastly totally different.
As anticipated, it’s no shock some next-generation tales fail to satisfy fan expectations. Here’s why the next-gen anime often fails to maintain an viewers.
There are many next-gen anime collection that don’t play by their very own guidelines and introduce continuity errors into the collection. Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon is a superb instance of this. In Yashahime, Miroku is claimed to have sealed Inuyasha’s full demon powers. For followers of the unique Inuyasha anime, this doesn’t make any sense. Nowhere does it say Miroku can or has sealed demon vitality — but, in Yashahime, he someway has this skill.
Sometimes a next-gen collection will comply with its personal guidelines, however the occasion feels faux or totally different to some followers. For instance, in Boruto, the Chunin Exams don’t have the identical, nostalgic really feel as they did within the unique Naruto collection. In this arc, viewers — and the characters — are launched to one thing new, referred to as a “scientific ninja tool”. While weapons like kunai knives and shuriken existed in Naruto, they aren’t the identical as these new “tools”. Boruto is given one in all these new instruments, so he can use it through the second spherical of the Chunin exams.
Since these instruments didn’t exist within the unique collection, their introduction nearly appears compelled and lackluster to some followers, and the actual fact Boruto makes use of the instrument to cheat through the examination comes off as extra ridiculous, leaving followers disillusioned within the supposedly thrilling arc. To many followers, the unique Chunin Exams had a few of the finest battle scenes in all the Naruto collection. However, Boruto’s Chunin Exam arc is boring compared.