@SMXLR8: Well, to be specific, I hate Kishimoto.
The thing is, Madara pretty much had everything going on for him in terms of being the antagonist and a huge character in the series.
It was established since the start of Shippuden and in Shonen Jump that Madara was pretty relevant despite being a fossil character, he was used as the main villain, and all his objectives, goals, and meaning were founded throughout the series, he basically had a huge built up and story. And he fucking executed it so well, his character is so well done in my opinion, everything about him, he's this almighty powerful shinobi who lived up to his hype, and that's not it but he also has a past to define him, a reason for doing everything, his character had a lot of conviction... now to see this type of character get killed off in two chapters is just... just... unfathomable!
And to learn that everything ABOUT Madara was really influenced by someone with no type of built up or relevance to the story up until now? It's the worse type of punishment I've ever seen an antagonist endure!
What was the point of Obito's charade? What was the point of Madara's resurrection? What was the point of making this antagonist play the main antagonist role just to kill him off in the most laughable and humiliating way possible? Everything about the series just seems to be in vain.
Kaguya had no built up, she just appeared out of the blue, and to make things worse, Madara didn't even receive the appropriate death.
And there are my reasons why I'm so upset with Kishimoto.
The Viz translation of the previous chapter states that Kaguya is the juubi herself. So technically she is not a new character and has been mentioned since the Kage Summit Arc. She's like Kid Buu, different form but same enemy.
Yeah, sexy no jutsu'd the juubi.