Naruto is pretty hot headed, and sometimes he just needs a good old talking to set things right. Itachi is the one who fulfills this role, hell even I would like to be yelled at by him. In the last chapter, we saw a mysterious rasengan come from behind Mu, could this be Naruto, or perhaps someone even more sinister?
Nope, it’s Naruto. Which is sad because it would have been pretty cool if it was one of the other rasengan users. Regardless of this, Naruto is here to do what he promised, and that is end the war by taking out everyone by himself. So far, he has been able to put his money where his mouth is, and not in that cute frog wallet he has. Naruto’s opponent this time is Mu, the previous Tsuchikage. I’m sure he would have been a very difficult opponent for Naruto, if he had to fight him alone, and if he wasn’t already fighting two other people when Naruto showed up. But he wasn’t, Naruto plowed right through him like he was nothing more than a filler enemy in the first season.
That’s not a bad thing, Naruto with the power of the Nine Tails, work so well together that there really is not much that can stand up to him right now. His new move, the rasengan planet, was actually pretty cool when it connected, though I doubt he will use it again. Naruto at this point seems to be using a new move for every single bad guy he comes across for some reason, why waist time doing the same thing over and over again? After defeating him, Naruto goes on to face the Third Raikage, who’s weak element just so happens to be wind. Like a good Megaman player, Naruto is taking these bosses in the right order it seems.
But the biggest thing to happen in this chapter is the appearance of Sasuke, who’s surgery seems to have been a success.
I hope that one of these kage will put up a fight against Naruto that will last more than one chapter!
THE VERDICT 4/5
So now it will be the Raikage vs. Naruto, let’s see if he can put up a better fight than A. But will their fight be uninterrupted? Will Sasuke make his appearance before the fight ends?