Boruto Manga Chapter 70

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Boruto Manga Chapter 70

 Titled “From the Bottom of My Heart,” Chapter 70 of the Boruto manga was a hotly debated topic as it set the stage for a lot of confrontations in the series.

Since Shikamaru, Amado, and Delta were locked in the same room as Code and Eida in the previous chapter, I was looking forward to seeing how much longer Shikamaru could keep the situation under control. He presented Eida with an interesting offer and 'From the Bottom of My Heart' answered us.

I liked how Eida actually thought about Shikamaru's proposal. She could have just left the Code and decided to side with Konoha to get closer to Kawaki. Shikamaru also made it clear to Eida that if she continued to work with Code, she would be considered an enemy of Konoha. And the last thing Eida wanted was for Kawaki to see her as an enemy of the Hidden Leaf Village and a possible threat to Naruto.

Eida's hesitation made Code understandably uneasy. He was still under Eida's spell and couldn't attack her directly, but that didn't mean he couldn't make his fears visible. Code still needed Eid's help. I think if Eida were to side with Konoha that would mean Daemon would go with her. Of course, Code didn't want to complete his task without the sibling duo, even after Amado removed his limiters.

When Shikamaru found a way to stop Eida, we got several panels that continued to show Shikamaru's intellect. When it comes to the Naruto/Boruto series, even the most powerful of Jutsus can be faced. Shikamaru notices that Eida activated her Senrigan ability before him, and the information Amado shared will no doubt help Shikamaru come up with an effective token to be used during the inevitable rematch.

'From the Bottom of My Heart' also focused on Amad's suspicious nature. I think most readers, myself included, never believed Amado. While working for Jigen/Isshiki, he hides a lot of information about his cyborgs. Even Shikamaru called Amado to withhold useful information.

Even though Amado's explanation of why he didn't tell Shikamaru about Eida's ability that he couldn't work on Brotu and Kawaki made sense, I still rolled my eyes. I don't know about you, but along with not trusting Amado, I just can't feel an ounce of sympathy for him. Amado can die and all you get from me is 'meh!'.

My STEM girl Sumire is another character who has followed Amada for a while. I liked her interaction with Kawaki. As for Sumire, Amado only cares about Kawaki's well-being because of a hidden agenda. Even though Sumire has no proof, she senses that Amado is up to something. And I agree with her. I don't know what, but Amado is planning something when it comes to Kawaki's brand of karma.

Having Sumire team up with Kawaki makes sense. Sumire has been through a lot because of what her father did to her. In my opinion, he can relate to Kawaki's trauma better than Boruto. That's why I feel like Kawaki believed Sumire when she talked about being suspicious of Amado.

Kawaki's opinion of Amado seems complicated at this point. He didn't like Amado giving him the karma mark without consent. However, Kawaki's grateful Amado did as well, as otherwise he wouldn't have had the power to protect Naruto during his previous battle with the Code. I'm looking forward to seeing Kawaki tell Amado the truth about why he's so interested in his brand of karma.

However, that will have to wait as Code has decided to teleport Amado to Kara's hideout. I mean, I'd do the same thing if I were Code. Things were getting out of hand when Naruto, Sasuke and Boruto were told to wait outside the room and Eida considered maybe saying yes to Shikamar's offer. Not only that, but Kawaki was also forcing his way into the room through the vents, and Kawaki had the power to stop the Code.

The biggest moment in 'From the Bottom of My Heart' came in the closing moments of the chapter. When Code took Amado and Eido back to the hideout, it was impossible for Amado not to get rid of Code's restraints. Amado begging for his life in exchange for helping Code was the kind of thing Amado did. Again, not a bit Amado.

With the restraints off (the watchword was "There is no dress code"), we took a look at Code's new look. Honestly, the Code design update was stunning. He basically got longer hair and eyelashes. Maybe it will look better in the anime? Hmmm.

From the Bottom of My Heart Boruto manga 70 review

Code with limiters disabled in "From the Bottom of My Heart" (Image: Boruto manga issue 70)

Code seems to be stronger than Jigen. However, is the Code stronger than the Jigen version that absorbed the chakra from the Ten-Tails before Naruto and Sasuke's quick intervention? I guess we'll find out soon enough.

Regardless, I think Boruto and Kawaki should be able to put up a good fight against the Code as they have the Otsutsuki DNA, including fighting tactics and abilities, from Momoshiki and Isshiki.

We'll see if the activated Code immediately teleports back to Konoha, or if it waits a while before going and kidnapping Boruto.

 The highly anticipated Boruto Manga Chapter 70 packs a punch with its intense action and emotional moments. The chapter picks up right where the previous cliffhanger left off, with Boruto and Kawaki facing off against Code, the leader of Kara's remnants. The stakes are high as Code unleashes his powerful Ten-Tails form, overwhelming both Boruto and Kawaki. But the young duo doesn't back down, determined to protect the future of the ninja world.

As the battle rages on, we see flashbacks of Boruto's training with Sasuke and his masterful use of the Karma seal. His newfound control over the seal comes in handy as he counters Code's attacks and buys some time for Kawaki to charge up his own powers. Meanwhile, Code reveals his tragic backstory, revealing the betrayal by his 'god', Jigen, and his ruthless pursuit of revenge. This adds a layer of complexity to his character, making him more than just a one-dimensional villain.

The fight scenes are brilliantly executed, showcasing the unique abilities and teamwork of Boruto and Kawaki. But what truly sets this chapter apart is the emotional depth it brings. We see Kawaki's desperation to protect Boruto, a character development that has been building up for several chapters. This adds weight to their bond and makes the reader root for their success even more.

As the battle reaches its climax, Kawaki unleashes a powerful new jutsu, utilizing his scientific ninja tools to create a massive explosion. This temporarily takes down Code, giving Boruto enough time to activate the mysterious eye power that he has been hiding. The true extent of this power is yet to be revealed, but it's clear that it's a game-changer in this intense battle.

But just when it seems like Boruto and Kawaki have the upper hand, Code reveals a shocking secret - he has harvested the chakra of Naruto, Sasuke, and all the other Kage, making him a nearly unstoppable force. This revelation sends shivers down the reader's spine, wondering how our heroes will overcome this seemingly impossible obstacle.

The chapter ends on a cliffhanger, leaving the readers eagerly anticipating the next installment. The artwork is stunning throughout, capturing the intensity and emotion of each panel. The character designs and action sequences are a testament to the talent of the manga artist, Mikio Ikemoto.

In conclusion, Boruto Manga Chapter 70 is a rollercoaster ride of emotions, filled with stunning visuals and gripping storytelling. It sets up a epic showdown between our young heroes and a formidable enemy, making it a must-read for all Boruto fans. As the story continues to unfold, we can only imagine what other surprises and challenges await Boruto and his friends in their journey to protect the ninja world.