Never bothered with Naruto after the manga finished. But, Madara was not a good antagonist. He muddled the plot once he was involved and his entire role was redundant considering Obito was around. He essentially sat around, refused to fight Hashirama when the Juubi (And his plan) was threatened. Then just rehashed what Obito did, but succeeded and failed spectacularly.
I would say War arc was ok i would hate to say but i enjoyed part of it . Madara vs Gokage were my fav ones .
I didnt like obito s motive at all his whole world about rin's death is complete nonsense people die in war . I just never understood him at all well what doesnt make sense was him fighting minato . Seriously 14 year old obito taking on hokage level Minato this was literally laughable .
Overall it was bad when they brought the ten tail plot it got worse and the whole lore of Kaguya was psycho mom who was sealed in that ten tail is literally silly .
well the manga actually has some progression in terms of plot. But the anime has too much fillers.
Unlike one piece that has low pace but actually takes steps to an end, the boruto anime just milks the franchise
I have zero idea about Boruto, but this is a good thing. Eternal rivalry was bullshit and it destroyed good things about the manga. You had characters like Rock Lee, Gaara and so on, but we just had to focus on Ashura and Indra reincarnate.
What defines as awesome is subjective.
Zabuza is by far the best villain in naruto as his goal and ideology are clear yet never contradicted like even his care for haku was hinted at before he cried about her death like kakashi even says to zabuza that you cant beat me like this and before that he hesitates in swinging his sword at haku something that does not happen in the war arc as he's a edo tensei mind you that is a difference pointed out during the war arc itself
It's lazy but some of them get unique character traits like metal lee having anxiety but aside from outliers like that, It's clear that most characters are just clones of their parents which really devalued the next generation gimmick that they were going for