Warning: Spoiler for Boruto: Naruto Next Generations chapter 80
sasuke has been repeatedly portrayed as a notoriously bad father in boruto. But recent events effectively demonstrate that he is willing to change, positioning him as a piece worthy of redemption.
After being influenced by a powerful ability that can transform Boruto and Kawaki in the eyes of those affected, Sasuke listens and firmly believes his daughter Sarada’s claims that what he considers to be reality. Boruto: Naruto Next Generations chapter 80 by creator/supervisor Masashi Kishimoto, artist Mikio Ikemoto, screenwriter Ukyo Kodachi, translator Mari Morimoto, and letter writer Snir Aharon. On the contrary, this makes Sasuke a traitor to the people of Konoha, who have different beliefs and are therefore in a very vulnerable position, possibly jeopardizing his personal and professional livelihoods. he.
Sasuke actually supported Sarada for once
Of course, this was the first time Sarada had put her father in a position to make such a difficult decision. She even told him this herself, helping to convey that she understood the seriousness of what she was asking. So is it possible that Sasuke would always be on his daughter’s side if such an event actually happened? Since this is an unprecedented development, there isn’t much to go on. But what is remarkable is that Sarada thinks she is making a selfish request of him and that she has never tried to put her father in such a position before. This can be attributed to Sasuke’s lack of parental upbringing. He was never around, nor did he interact with his daughter when he was around to give her a chance to make any of his requests. Moreover, the daughter is not selfish in trying to get her father to believe what she believes to be true while others do not. If anything, she deserves to ask her father anything she wants just because of how much he neglected her.
One of the latest examples of Sasuke being a lousy father throughout Boruto is actually more subtle and ambiguous. During an earlier battle, Sarada was told by Kawaki, a character who had just learned a few minutes earlier, how she could effectively use her father’s Sharingan ability. Sarada’s lack of understanding of the Sharingan’s scope proves that Sasuke is not a good father. If that’s the case, then he took the time to teach her about the Sharingan, which would have allowed her to realize how she could use it on her own in said battle instead of having to hear it from someone else, let alone tell her. to outsiders. like Kawaki. Besides this example, Boruto made it clear from the start that Sasuke was never at home and Sarada considered Naruto more like a father figure. In fact, she once told Boruto that she didn’t understand why he was contradicting Naruto because he was really trying.
Sasuke remained a lousy family man throughout Boruto
While Sasuke has much to make up for, this latest chapter shows he’s finally on the right track, giving fans hope that he can one day prove he’s worthy of being a father. hers. It’s not surprising that Sasuke failed as a parent. He has consistently shown in Boruto that he’s also a bad husband, consistent with his role in Naruto, where he is portrayed as completely unworthy of Sakura’s love. Fortunately, just like how he finally proved himself to his daughter, Sasuke made some positive strides with Sakura in the manga adaptation of the light novel. This definitely looks like a promising trend for by sasuke future in boruto.
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations chapter 80 is available in English at Viz.com.