Reviews for Shinachiku's Next Adventure
Czar Joseph chapter 27 . 4/5
4/6/2020/1:33pm - I am glad you update this new chapter. It was awesome about 'losing' Naruto. Unaware about happen was knowing he is still alive.

But Shinachiku is still in time traveling with his counterpart, fixing both past and future. Hope they will be back, soon.

Anyway, keep it up. Hopefully till the next chapter.
IanAlphaAxel chapter 27 . 4/5
Great chapter :)
thedarkpokemaster chapter 26 . 2/4
Damn this was a good chapter and also a sweet fight as well, I guess we need to wait and see if they are also dead.
Czar Joseph chapter 26 . 2/3
Its been a while, Happy 2020 New Year.

To think Orochimaru made those clones out of Naruto's and Sasuke's. So far the results were becoming defects.

Anyway, so keep it up!
Guest chapter 25 . 1/1
bravo. This is my favorite Naruto fic series. I love it because I feel like it’s a written version of an actual anime spin off. The characters are spot on and react how I always assume they react. Sasuke sounds a little too emotional and extra sometimes but it’s pretty rare. Everyone else seems like how they actually were in the real anime. I honestly rather this so much more than the Boruto series. I love narusaku and believed it made the most sense in the series but I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t always rooting for my girl Hinata. But this universe is how I feel the show logically should have ended. Shins seems like a more intriguing main character than Boruto too. Boruto really rubbed me the wrong way in his debut. Even watching the new time travel arc I don’t hate him anymore but he’s just not interesting enough for me to get into it like I did with Naruto. Shina’s cool because while Boruto is basically just Naruto if he was spoiled and talented, Shina resembles Minato a lot yet still has traits from Naruto and Sakura. It’s just seems a more interesting spin off. If your fics were made into a real anime geared towards older fans I’d tune in every week. Can’t wait to see how this turns out in the next update. Great job.
SamDan chapter 1 . 12/21/2019
Can you please introduce a fusion of Naruto
And Sasuke in your story go off against Sugure!
fffc34hf668ggbb chapter 1 . 10/5/2019
I love all of your story,I love narusaku so much and plss keep writing narusaku story
Dknight27 chapter 25 . 9/3/2019
Good chapter. It was a sad one, especially the funeral woth Gaara and Sasuke. Few words from the Uchiha are enough to know what he feels. I didn't expect Naruto to turn into Endgame ashes but it makes a lot of sense with your energy conversion theory. My guest is that he will appear in the future and be one of the keys to return to the past and save that future (unless is like Dragon Ball and Endgame of different timelines) as if they kill the present villain, future OP version of him is gone.
uyab4869 chapter 25 . 9/3/2019
great chapter, feel bad for uzumaki family
Czar Joseph chapter 25 . 9/2/2019
9/3/2019/11:31am - Awesome chapter. 'bout time you came around for a while.

Naruto's death wasn't quite pleasant, but also just as Justice League reference that he's alive. Hope Naruto find ways to return to the past.

Anyway, so far since after Avengers: Endgame. Many heroes made heroic sacrifice, includes Tony and Natasha.

Hopefully that the next chapter will be come.
maxslayer10 chapter 25 . 9/2/2019
Sad to hear Sakura died giving birth hope that can be prevented.

Also did Naruto end of in the future as well or on a different planet like from Thor. It will be interesting to see.
IanAlphaAxel chapter 25 . 9/2/2019
I'm crying right now, wonderful story! I absolutely loved it! :,( Can't wait to read your next story!
MiroLongivus chapter 24 . 8/23/2019
Okay, I don't know where to start. I've been thinking of definitely writing a comment here for you to read for reasons. One, for you to know how someone, like me, appreciates your work so much even of how 'insignificant' and 'invisible' something like this may seem to the majority of people. Two, for you to keep going despite that, despite how 'insignificant' and 'invisible' this may seem. Please keep going. There are fans here who are captivated and touched by this story through means they cannot understand. But seriously, I am talking about me. I am talking about myself, to be honest. I don't know about other people, but I'm sure other people are, as well. It's not just me. So, please keep going. Never lose that passion. Never lose that energy. Never lose that beautiful power. For the past few days I've been reading your work, it has been a real roller coaster ride in my life. I could say what an experience. The story was crazy. The story was great. The first adventure was crazy and great in itself, but the second one really blew my mind away. The story was many things, but one thing I really wanted to say is that, it all felt too real. I can imagine the story in my mind. I can imagine it happening to the world of Naruto. It all felt too real. The story all felt.. in character. And one word someone else used here I definitely agree with is.. Epic. The story was epic on a grand scale but it still felt in character. And that's the greatest thing here. I've read most of the first adventure back then in, I think, 2014-2015, and I just returned a few days ago and I'm surprised up until now in 2019, you still kept going with this and never lost the same energy and never lost the same passion. I can see and feel that fact as I keep reading the newer chapters. Your passion and energy never wavered or dwindled. It's still there like before. So, I am writing this comment to push you even further. To keep going and go to even greater heights, and know that there are people supporting you and loving your work, even though how 'insignificant' and 'invisible' it may seem or feel. So I am writing this comment in case you feel that. So, keep going. We are with you. Plus, I am so hooked up now when I finished the latest chapter just earlier, I didn't know what to do anymore. The latest chapter was REALLY GOOD. Naruto dying and Sasuke being at his side and acting the way he did felt all too sad, yet real, and great. I don't know how some or even you could think that Sasuke was being uncharacteristic, but for me, it all felt just right. His best friend was dying right there on him, I could definitely feel for everything Sasuke said and did at that moment. It was one of the greatest moments in that chapter and in the whole story for me. And also, of course, what impressed me as greatly are the fight scenes. All of the fight scenes you've ever written. Man, so intense. So detailed and in character. So well-researched on the characters. And so well-written. So in character. Can't believe reading fight scenes would have me on the edge of my seat. So, definitely, props to that. ;D Also, the time travel stuff, with the futuristic setting with Hanami as a grown up and a leader, Kakashi being there as some kind of wise elder for her and for the resistance, and the personality and appearance of Arashi. I can feel that it's just all too real. I can't understand and I can't explain it, but it just feels all too real. So, please keep going and go even farther and higher. We are with you.
But of course, there are things in the story that I don't agree, though, of course. The sudden kissing at times. The excessive displays of affection, be it lovers or family members. I think it's too much sometimes that if you minimize and tone that down, it would feel much right. It would feel really Naruto. A shonen adventure. Of course, those stuff happen, and Narusaku is why I came here, and trust me, I'm crazy about Narusaku, and when I say crazy, it's crazy, but preserving the essence of the show, the most intimate moments should mostly happen in a lowkey way or off camera, like how Naruto and Sakura would make out. At least that's my opinion. Also, I don't think I agree how Shinachiku and Sarada ended up together already. I think it's better suited for last or when they grow up even more because this is about a boy's journey and adventure and the fact that there's still both 13 year-olds. Also, I don't think I agree with Minato, Kushina, Jiraiya and Neji being alive again. I think it's better if they had died again for good after the conflict in the first story. Them being alive again doesn't feel right and it feels like it ruins their purpose of dying in the real story. Them dying were a driving force for Naruto and the characters for the story/manga to start, continue and end as it is. I think it would be ruining the essence. Or balance. Like how Minato and Kushina, the 4th Hokage himself, and his powerful wife, are doing nothing to help the village but just staying and sitting in Naruto's house. Perhaps it's better for them to remain dead as they really should be. I believe it defeats the purpose of their sacrifice for Naruto in the first place. And lastly, I don't think I agree about how Shina and Boruto managed to get back 24 years ago through a time machine out of nowhere from Randamu, a 4th wall-breaking gag character. There's a lot of mystery about Randamu, so I guess I'll wait what you'll have to reveal. ;D

Anyway, that's it. I hope these corrections I stated don't ever stop you, hamper you or hinder you on going even further and achieving even greater heights in your wonderful and amazing story. ;D But I do wish my full and greatest support and my wonder-filled admiration and appreciation for you and your work, along with other fans and followers, push you even forward~ ;D
Keep looking forward and moving forward, thesaiyanjedi!~ ;D Keep doing what you love and keep going, and going to greater heights, just like a certain blonde knucklehead we all know too well!~ Ganbaru!~ :D ;D
Miro chapter 24 . 8/23/2019
Okay, I don't know where to start. I've been thinking of definitely writing a comment here for you to read for reasons. One, for you to know how someone, like me, appreciates your work so much even of how 'insignificant' and 'invisible' something like this may seem to the majority of people. Two, for you to keep going despite that, despite how 'insignificant' and 'invisible' this may seem. Please keep going. There are fans here who are captivated and touched by this story through means they cannot understand. But seriously, I am talking about me. I am talking about myself, to be honest. I don't know about other people, but I'm sure other people are, as well. It's not just me. So, please keep going. Never lose that passion. Never lose that energy. Never lose that beautiful power. For the past few days I've been reading your work, it has been a real roller coaster ride in my life. I could say what an experience. The story was crazy. The story was great. The first adventure was crazy and great in itself, but the second one really blew my mind away. The story was many things, but one thing I really wanted to say is that, it all felt too real. I can imagine the story in my mind. I can imagine it happening to the world of Naruto. It all felt too real. The story all felt.. in character. And one word someone else used here I definitely agree with is.. Epic. The story was epic on a grand scale but it still felt in character. And that's the greatest thing here. I've read most of the first adventure back then in, I think, 2014-2015, and I just returned a few days ago and I'm surprised up until now in 2019, you still kept going with this and never lost the same energy and never lost the same passion. I can see and feel that fact as I keep reading the newer chapters. Your passion and energy never wavered or dwindled. It's still there like before. So, I am writing this comment to push you even further. To keep going and go to even greater heights, and know that there are people supporting you and loving your work, even though how 'insignificant' and 'invisible' it may seem or feel. So I am writing this comment in case you also feel that. So, keep going. We are with you. Plus, I am so hooked up now when I finished the latest chapter just earlier, I didn't know what to do anymore. The latest chapter was REALLY GOOD. Naruto dying and Sasuke being at his side and acting the way he did felt all too sad, yet real, and great. I don't know how some or even you could think that Sasuke was being uncharacteristic, but for me, it all felt just right. His best friend was dying right there on him, I could definitely feel for everything Sasuke said and did at that moment. It was one of the greatest moments in that chapter and in the whole story for me. And also, of course, what impressed me as greatly are the fight scenes. All of the fight scenes you've ever written. Man, so intense. So detailed and in character. So well-researched on the characters. And so well-written. So in character. Can't believe reading fight scenes would have me on the edge of my seat. So, definitely, props to that. ;D Also, the time travel stuff, with the futuristic setting with Hanami as a grown up and a leader, Kakashi being there as some kind of wise elder for her and for the resistance, and the personality and appearance of Arashi. I can feel that it's just all too real. I can't understand and I can't explain it, but it just feels all too real. So, please keep going and go even farther and higher. We are with you.
But of course, there are things in the story that I don't agree, though, of course. The sudden kissing at times. The excessive displays of affection, be it lovers or family members. I think it's too much sometimes that if you minimize and tone that down, it would feel much right. It would feel really Naruto. A shonen adventure. Of course, those stuff happen, and Narusaku is why I came here, and trust me, I'm crazy about Narusaku, and when I say crazy, it's crazy, but preserving the essence of the show, the most intimate moments should mostly happen in a lowkey way or off camera, like how Naruto and Sakura would make out. At least that's my opinion. Also, I don't think I agree how Shinachiku and Sarada ended up together already. I think it's better suited for last or when they grow up even more because this is about a boy's journey and adventure and the fact that there's still both 13 year-olds. Also, I don't think I agree with Minato, Kushina, Jiraiya and Neji being alive again. I think it's better if they had died again for good after the conflict in the first story. Them being alive again doesn't feel right and it feels like it ruins their purpose of dying in the real story. Them dying were a driving force for Naruto and the characters for the story/manga to start, continue and end as it is. I think it would be ruining the essence. Or balance. Like how Minato and Kushina, the 4th Hokage himself, and his powerful wife, are doing nothing to help the village but just staying and sitting in Naruto's house. Perhaps it's better for them to remain dead as they really should be. I believe it defeats the purpose of their sacrifice for Naruto in the first place. And lastly, I don't think I agree about how Shina and Boruto managed to get back 24 years ago through a time machine out of nowhere from Randamu, a 4th wall-breaking gag character. There's a lot of mystery about Randamu, so I guess I'll wait what you'll have to reveal. ;D

Anyway, that's it. I hope these corrections I stated don't ever stop you, hamper you or hinder you on going even further and achieving even greater heights in your wonderful and amazing story. ;D But I do wish my full and best support and my wonder-filled admiration and appreciation for you and your work, along with other fans and followers, push you even forward~ ;D
Keep looking forward and moving forward, thesaiyanjedi!~ ;D Keep doing what you love and keep going, and going to greater heights, just like a certain blonde knucklehead we all know too well!~ Ganbaru!~ :D ;D
Miro chapter 24 . 8/23/2019
Okay, I don't know where to start. I've been thinking of definitely writing a comment here for you to read for reasons. One, for you to know how someone, like me, appreciates your work so much even of how 'insignificant' and 'invisible' something like this may seem to the majority of people. Two, for you to keep going despite that, despite how 'insignificant' and 'invisible' this may seem. Please keep going. There are fans here who are captivated and touched by this story through means they cannot understand. But seriously, I am talking about me. I am talking about myself, to be honest. I don't know about other people, but I'm sure other people are, as well. It's not just me. So, please keep going. Never lose that passion. Never lose that energy. Never lose that beautiful power. For the past few days I've been reading your work, it has been a real roller coaster ride in my life. I could say what an experience. The story was crazy. The story was great. The first adventure was crazy and great in itself, but the second one really blew my mind away. The story was many things, but one thing I really wanted to say is that, it all felt too real. I can imagine the story in my mind. I can imagine it happening to the world of Naruto. It all felt too real. The story all felt.. in character. And one word someone else used here I definitely agree with is.. Epic. The story was epic on a grand scale but it still felt in character. And that's the greatest thing here. I've read most of the first adventure back then in, I think, 2014-2015, and I just returned a few days ago and I'm surprised up until now in 2019, you still kept going with this and never lost the same energy and never lost the same passion. I can see and feel that fact as I keep reading the newer chapters. Your passion and energy never wavered or dwindled. It's still there like before. So, I am writing this comment to push you even further. To keep going and go to even greater heights, and know that there are people supporting you and loving your work, even though how 'insignificant' and 'invisible' it may seem or feel. So I am writing this comment in case you also feel that. So, keep going. We are with you. Plus, I am so hooked up now when I finished the latest chapter just earlier, I didn't know what to do anymore. The latest chapter was REALLY GOOD. Naruto dying and Sasuke being at his side and acting the way he did felt all too sad, yet real, and great. I don't know how some or even you could think that Sasuke was being uncharacteristic, but for me, it all felt just right. His best friend was dying right there on him, I could definitely feel for everything Sasuke said and did at that moment. It was one of the greatest moments in that chapter and in the whole story for me. And also, of course, what impressed me as greatly are the fight scenes. All of the fight scenes you've ever written. Man, so intense. So detailed and in character. So well-researched on the characters. And so well-written. So in character. Can't believe reading fight scenes would have me on the edge of my seat. So, definitely, props to that. ;D Also, the time travel stuff, with the futuristic setting with Hanami as a grown up and a leader, Kakashi being there as some kind of wise elder for her and for the resistance, and the personality and appearance of Arashi. I can feel that it's just all too real. I can't understand and I can't explain it, but it just feels all too real. So, please keep going and go even farther and higher. We are with you.
But of course, there are things in the story that I don't agree, though, of course. The sudden kissing at times. The excessive displays of affection, be it lovers or family members. I think it's too much sometimes that if you minimize and tone that down, it would feel much right. It would feel really Naruto. A shonen adventure. Of course, those stuff happen, and Narusaku is why I came here, and trust me, I'm crazy about Narusaku, and when I say crazy, it's crazy, but preserving the essence of the show, the most intimate moments should mostly happen in a lowkey way or off camera, like how Naruto and Sakura would make out. At least that's my opinion. Also, I don't think I agree how Shinachiku and Sarada ended up together already. I think it's better suited for last or when they grow up even more because this is about a boy's journey and adventure and the fact that there's still both 13 year-olds. Also, I don't think I agree with Minato, Kushina, Jiraiya and Neji being alive again. I think it's better if they had died again for good after the conflict in the first story. Them being alive again doesn't feel right and it feels like it ruins their purpose of dying in the real story. Them dying were a driving force for Naruto and the characters for the story/manga to start, continue and end as it is. I think it would be ruining the essence. Or balance. Like how Minato and Kushina, the 4th Hokage himself, and his powerful wife, are doing nothing to help the village but just staying and sitting in Naruto's house. Perhaps it's better for them to remain dead as they really should be. I believe it defeats the purpose of their sacrifice for Naruto in the first place. And lastly, I don't think I agree about how Shina and Boruto managed to get back 24 years ago through a time machine out of nowhere from Randamu, a 4th wall-breaking gag character. There's a lot of mystery about Randamu, so I guess I'll wait what you'll have to reveal. ;D

Anyway, that's it. I hope these corrections I stated don't ever stop you, hamper you or hinder you on going even further and achieving even greater heights in your wonderful and amazing story. ;D But I do wish my best support and my wonder-filled admiration and appreciation for you and your work, along with other fans and followers push you even forward~ ;D
Keep doing what you love and keep looking forward and moving forward, thesaiyanjedi!~ ;D Keep doing what you love and keep going, and going to greater heights, just like a certain blonde knucklehead we all know too well!~ Ganbaru!~ :D ;D
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