So the latest Boruto chapter, Chapter 46 finally explained how the Karma works and what it means for Boruto. However, I feel like the chapter also answered a question once asked a long time ago and that’s Boruto’s eye being the cause for his anguish and home’s destruction. Now, I’m theorizing here so nothing I’m saying is to be taken literally. It’s just for fun and to explore a possible possibility to how the Boruto story might play out!
Joker, despite its infamous reputation with the media, is honestly a work of art. I’ve recently been talking about the movie with some friends and thinking more about what each scene meant, and of course the one scene that has had everyone puzzled, including myself, was the last scene with the Joker back at what looks to be an asylum. At first glance, with all the delusions that Arthur experienced, it was one that left people wondering if the events in the movie actually happened. Well, I think I may have figured out what that last scene meant. I may not be the only one, but when it clicked to me, I had to share it.
Ever since the release of Dragon Ball Super Manga Chapter 54, speculation on the true identify of this Merus character has only just fueled the flames. So who is this mysterious character and what is his origins? And is Merus an Angel?
I caught up with the Boruto: Next Generation manga and I think it may have actually just gave us a major hint on how Naruto was supposedly killed off and explains the fight between Boruto and Kawaki. It’s a theory but I think it may hold up.
So, I’m about to open up pandora’s box with this discussion. I strongly believe that Saitama from One Punch Man can’t be categorized as a mere gag character, not with the level of complexity he has shown in the anime thus far.
Yeah, I know the title seems like a stretch but hear me out here. I’ve recently been catching up with the Black Clover anime and while watching the part in which the Queen of the Witches was explaining the origins of the two swords, something caught my eye.
With Disney finally acquiring Fox, what does this mean for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe because let’s face it, that the only thing we cared about when it came to this massive merger.
With Dragon Ball Super: Broly bringing back two well known characters and a third surprise mention of a character, there’s no longer any doubt in my mind that Toriyama is using Dragon Ball Super as a platform to turn non-canon characters in canon. Be prepared to see the likes of Cooler, Pikkon and maybe even a certain transformation become canon in years to come.
If you’re like me and have been keeping up with EVERYTHING Super Smash Bros Ultimate, then at some point you’ve might have picked up on a certain theme that Ultimate seems to be going with as of late. I want to discuss and explore what Sakurai might be plotting with the latest Smash game.