... and we're back to Kishimoto's usual writing (in other words, crappy).
Hashirama talking about the village has to be one of the most forced pieces of foreshadowing I've ever seen. There's absolutely no subtlety to it whatsoever.
And the homo-erotic undertones came back with a vengeance. Did we really need to see Hashirama checking Madara's junk and the whole Romeo & Juliet routine?
This chapter could be easily compressed into pages 12 to 18 without losing the beat and even then some panels could be cropped off.
PS: Butsuma means "room full of Buddhas". I still have no idea what Tajima is supposed to mean.
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