THANK GOD. Yes, Thank God they didn't drag on the resurrection of Orochimaru, I was afraid we'd get pulled back into the action, only to be sent to watch Sasuke do some Indiana Jones exploration with Jugo & Suigetsu as an entourage. An all talking chapter that remained interesting, as Orochimaru usually is. Glad to see that Oro is still the calm and calculated genius ninja that we remember; not even attacking or being very surprised, just absorbing the situation, and clearly plotting. I'm very interested in what & who those two find, and how that will impact on the war. Furthermore, Orochimaru alive could well put him in a position to be either a final enemy in the war, or a survivor and on-going threat to Konoha. 7.7/10
So the war is still going tit's up for the Shinigami and with Ichigo imprisoned there looks to be little hope, certainly with communication to the soul society cut off and the R&D department assaulted. But oh wait, look's like there's a last minute unexpected ally who is at this moment unknown. Pretty much only two interesting moments. Who is the puppet-master that assaulted the R&D department? And is that Grimmjow / Ulquiorra, or someone else? I HOPE it's Grimmjow because he was honestly bad-ass and my favourite Espada. 4.8/10
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You know what just occurred to me... there is one other Shinigami who can fight without a Bankai... and that is because he doesn't have one.
I have a feeling he'll play a massive role in the upcoming story...
Was I the only one who felt as if he was having his brain bleached when he saw the method of Orochimaru's revival?
So Orochimaru just inserted himself...somehow...into every cursed seal and could be conviniently revived through that?So if you were to do the procedure to every seal out there,would there be dozens of Orochimarus running around?What about the one in the Genjutsu dimension thing?Is he chilling there seperately or what?
It's lame that Jidanbō needs to be controlled for him to have any notion of attacking that department... If you remember, they just slaughtered a vast number of Rukongai citizens, and Jidanbō was very close to the people of Rukongai... But Kubo probably forgot all about that, and just wanted to hype up this new obligatory puppet master.
I actually like Grimmjow a lot, but from a story standpoint, what in fuck's name is he going to be able to do? Unless after Ichigo beat him he rose to Vastolorde level, then he's anything but capable of defeating these Captain-level Quincies. I mean, he doesn't technically have a bankai, which is useful for obvious reasons, but there's no doubt that the Quincies are capable on every other level.
Grimmjow beats Aizen by returning to the plot of the manga first, eh. Or are they doing this simultaneously? A man can dream it's Aizen who's behind every backstabbing in Soul Society.
And Naruto devolves to Creepy Crawlers. Or evolves? That would be a positive change, right?
Damnit Kubo...I liked Grimjow, but I was hoping for Ishida to actually be a part of the story. I'm not quite sure why Uruhara is stunned looking either way though. I thought he was supposed to be crazy strong.
Naruto was boring, mostly because it focused on Sasuke again. He's a tremndous moron. "I need to revive a horrific villain that wants my body so I can have him lead me to someone that can tell me what to do because I'm confuzzled." -_- I hate him so much.
Orochimaru: "I am more interested... In your young body, Sasuke!"
Suigetsu: "I KNEW IT!"
Voldem- er, I mean Orochimaru split his soul. Yet another comparison between the two series.
Hey guys, Which war do you think is better: The Fourth Great Shinboi World War or the thousand year blood war.
I personally think the ninja war is far better. In the begining of the war, the kages didn't need Naruto to win the war until Tobi started to make his move and even then the raikage didn't want Naruto to help. But in Bleach, they actually called Ichigo the savior, really, that's a bunch of bs. Even though people haven't died in the ninja war yet, it will happen at the end of war.
I think both wars are equally bad. Each story has or had a point where they were waiting for the main character to save them as though they weren't soldiers or haven't been training the majority of their lives. What's the point in having a large cast if you turn everyone aside from the lead into fodder or a peanut gallery?
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