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Naruto Episode 61 PATCHED

  • "Contact"edit接触 (Sesshoku)Episode dataPrevious"Impermanence"EpisodeNaruto: Shippūden #61 (Watch Online)Next"Teammate"ArcTwelve Guardian NinjaMusicOpening"Blue Bird"Ending"Gentle Rainbow"Air datesJapanese May 29, 2008English December 29, 2010DebutCharactersKazuma

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"Contact" (接触, Sesshoku) is episode 61 of the Naruto: Shippūden anime.

Naruto Episode 61

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In this episode, we see Zeke arguing for the Marleyan military to launch another attack against the island of Paradis. He first argues for this course of action before the top military brass and then attempts to convince his fellow Warriors that they should take up this cause.

What do you think of Attack on Titan: The Final Season episode 61? Do you like the use of rotoscoping and dynamic shots? Or would you prefer the more static animation used by the previous seasons that relies more on the character acting? And who do you think should become the next Armored Titan? Let me know in the comments.

Deku vs. Kacchan, Part 2 (デクvsかっちゃん2, Deku Bāsasu Katchan 2?) is the sixty-first episode of the My Hero Academia anime and the twenty-third episode of the third season.

On December 3rd 2003, Naruto's 61st episode "Ultimate Defense: Zero Blind Spot!" would premiere. The episode, taking place during the series' Chunin Exam arc, continued Naruto's fight with Neji that began in the previous episode. Though the episode (and Naruto's entire Chunin Exam Arc as a whole), is fondly remembered by fans of the series, one segment appears to be a shot-for-shot remake of part of Cowboy Bebop: The Movie's train fight scene. The similarities between the two fight scenes is so famous that one of Netflix's official Twitter accounts even gave the similarities a shout-out in a side-by-side video. Played simultaneously, the similarities are obvious, naturally leading many to wonder what exactly happened.

One popular theory that can even be seen in the Tweet's replies is that Cowboy Bebop: The Movie and Naruto are actually both homaging a Bruce Lee film. At face value, this seems entirely possible, as Spike's fighting style in Cowboy Bebop is directly inspired by Lee's. Spike even quotes Lee in one episode of the series. Meanwhile, Naruto is no stranger to using homages to martial art greats. Famously, Sasuke stretching before his big fight with Naruto borrows motions from Conan Lee in the film Ninja in the Dragon Den (as shown by Twitter user ChromeAlchemist). So, is it possible both of these fight scenes were pulled from the same source?

Another common claim is that Cowboy Bebop: The Movie and Naruto's 61st episode share the same staff member responsible for key animation. This claim has far more merit than the ones about Bruce Lee, as Haruo Sotozaki did key animation on Cowboy Bebop: The Movie and also for episode 61 of Naruto. While this doesn't necessarily mean Sotozaku was responsible for the specific train fight between Spike and Vincent it does, at the very least, suggest the possibility that this is not Naruto stealing from Bebop, but rather an animator planting an homage either to his own past work or the past work of his colleagues.

Naruto has a lot of solemn episodes, with the death of fan favorites and relatable emotional moments. Though the series is focused on a persevering Naruto, it is filled with complex characters, some with very traumatic backgrounds. The raw emotions in the anime hit home to many fans. 041b061a72


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