Boruto: Naruto Next Generations episode 108 sees the road trip continuing as heroes go on against the supernatural. Joined by Tenten, the whole gang has set to investigate strange happening at the most recent stop during hot springs tour. Guy is scared by the aspect of a face-off against an opponent.
Mirai Releases a vengeful spirit
While Kakashi is a bit different characteristically, Tenten just wants a fine time to have. Mirai is now adamant on proving that the accused is blood-and-flesh. So at the end of it, the efforts of Mirai pay off completely, and we see that the perpetrator is a girl named Tatsumi who’s on a hot spring tour, honoring her mother who departed recently despite the fact she had no money.
Tenten advised handing over Tatsumi to authorities, Mirai insists her to join the group, assuring Kakashi that she covers all expenses. After getting a new companion, the gang says goodbye to Tenten, leaving the inn but not prior to discovering that Mirai released a vengeful spirit during the security check to get hold of Tatsumi.
Tenten Appears Briefly
As long as the humor of the franchise goes, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations episode 108 is standard. There will be a few moments of fun, but mostly, the comedy will be low-key. It’s fun, but all jokes and the whole narrative doesn’t feel very ambitious as the last two installments. Tenten will make others laugh as she has served as the comic foil in Boruto. Tenten has appeared regularly in the anime so far, but Tenten’s appearance in Boruto has been little and very brief.
Guy, Kakashi, and Mirai have so far been incredibly entertaining to see, and Tatsumi’s addition looks like it may throw a wrench or two into what is a winning dynamic already. The audience hasn’t been well acquainted with her until now, and it is possible for the story to be more vibrant for involving her. As of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations episode 108, she didn’t seem to be interesting, even if it’s meant to initiate development in the whole narrative.
At the moment, Boruto is looking different than before, and the arc has shown no sign of ending soon. It’s good that these characters have so far well balanced the whole Boruto: Naruto Next Generations series.