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Episode 92 of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" seems to have left many fans dissatisfied. Meanwhile, the anime has finally reached the conclusion of the narrative arc dedicated to the disappearance of Mitsuki. According to ComicBook, The Mitsuki Disappearance arc introduced the idea of the Fabrications, and now that the arc has ended, there's been a tease about a bigger threat coming in the future as Orochimaru wonders about the technology behind them.

End of the arc

"The disappearance of Mitsuki" arc introduced the so-called Artificial Men and Episode 92 seems to have anticipated a future threat linked to these characters. Although the attention of the final episode was mainly focused on Mitsuki, Boruto, and Sarada, fans cannot ignore the introduction of an important element that has emerged.

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During the last minutes of the episode, the spotlight moved, for a brief moment, from Team 7 to Orochimaru, intent on discussing with Mitsuki's adult clone. As reported by the latter the body of the scientist, who was killed by Ku seems to have found nothing during the investigation. Orochimaru can not help but wonder about the origin of this technology that used to give life to the Artificials. The evidence seems to have destroyed. Therefore, the final sentence of Orochimaru seems to herald something which is not positive for the future.

If you remember, during this narrative arc, next to Ohnoki there was a scientist involved in the creation of these characters, but no details were given about his origins or links with the Stone Village.

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The experiments seem to have died with the scientist, at the hands of Ku. So who could have had access to such technology, which only Orochimaru knew? What do you think about it? Waiting to learn more, we remind you that the next episode will be available in simulcast on Crunchyroll on 10 February 2019.

Episode 93

Episode 93 of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" will focus on family relationships and dynamics within the family of Boruto, who will question, with his sister Himawari, whether their father will be able to free himself to spend with them the special day dedicated to the family. The new episode, entitled "Parent and Child Day" ( Family Day ) will adapt the first episode of the series of light novels of Naruto Shinden. For those unaware of it, Shueisha's Jump J Books series published three novels earlier this year written by Mirei Miyamoto, highlighting the relationships between parents and children.

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As many fans already know, the relationship between Boruto and his father has been very turbulent.