Naruto Shippuden Episode 437
"The Sealed Power"edit封印されし力 (Fūin Sareshi Chikara)Episode dataPrevious"The Masked Man"EpisodeNaruto: Shippūden #437 (Watch Online)Next"The Rules or a Comrade"ArcJiraiya Shinobi Handbook: The Tale of Naruto the HeroMusicOpening"LINE"Ending"Troublemaker"Air datesJapanese November 12, 2015English May 01, 2018"The Sealed Power" (封印されし力, Fūin Sareshi Chikara) is episode 437 of the Naruto: Shippūden anime.
Naruto Shippuden Episode 437
The episode opens with Jiraiya (who's not above writing himself into his own work) sneaking into one of Orochimaru's hideouts and stumbling upon a menacing figure whose face is hidden from the audience. (I'm beginning to sense a pattern in this arc's antagonists. It's like they're embarrassed to be seen in this story.) Meanwhile, Neji agrees to hear Not-Tobi's/Hizashi Hyuga (?)'s sales pitch, despite Naruto's objections. To prevent the titular hero from interfering, Not-Tobi incapacitates him by striking his chakra points, leaving him writhing on the ground. Whether Neji is actually considering joining forces with Not-Tobi or this is just a ruse to get him to drop his guard remains to be seen. Still, this isn't the real Neji, so I don't care much either way.
We've already seen Naruto and Kurama learn to accept one another and form a deep friendship in the main storyline. It took hundreds of episodes for them to become comfortable with each other and finally start working as a team. There's no reason for "Naruto Lite" to retread this ground. There aren't enough episodes in this storyline (we hope) to give the complex relationship between these two the focus it deserves.
Episode 437 is arguably the least eventful entry in "Jiraiya's Ninja Tales" to date. We don't learn anything new about the mysterious villain, no real progress in made in the overall story, and the "highlight" of the episode is a middle-of-the-road fight sequence. Is there any escape from this tedious tale? How much longer will Jiraiya's self-aggrandizing, possibly treasonous fanfiction dominate the proceedings? I'll say one thing: I expected a lot of anime-original episodes because of the Infinite Tsukuyomi, but I certainly never expected this. As it stands, I can't think of a single character whose personal utopia would be less interesting than the current arc.
The last time the audience saw him, he and Naruto had a massive fight at the Valley of the End, and Sasuke left to join Orochimaru and receive more training to learn how to use his curse mark. Even though Naruto: Shippuden is highly praised, even higher than the original Naruto anime run, it isn't without some seriously weak episodes here and there. These are the ten worst-rated episodes of Naruto: Shippuden according to IMDb.
This is an episode taking place within a dream that Jiraiya wrote within the novel in his dream world. People were not happy about the Jiraiya scroll episodes continuing onwards for such a long stretch of filler. But there are some interesting subtle differences. Sasuke was changed slightly in the opening for this episode, for example.
Plus, for fans of Jiraiya and Naruto's relationship, some people were happy to see the two of them together again even if it was all just inside of a dream. But ultimately, this was a boring episode that offered little interest to fans or the canon universe.
The best part about this episode was Itachi showing up, but as one of the most interesting parts of the episode, his character was limited, taking away from most of the enjoyment. Killer B is already a controversial character with many fans finding him more annoying than anything else.
It was difficult for them to watch filler episodes about his dreamworlds, although some fans were pleased by the humorous elements. There was also a strange change to the tailed beasts animation that people weren't thrilled with. To make matters worse, for some reason, the writers decided it was a good idea to stretch the Killer B filler into two full episodes.
This episode continues the fight between Shikamaru's team and Jiraiya's team that begins in the previous episode. It also offers a somewhat interesting antagonist who has the ability to use Byakugan, and this allows Neji to come into the spotlight more. But ultimately, it's another episode in a stale filler arc that does little to appease fans.
Even the addition to popular secondary characters into more central roles isn't enough to save the episode that is mostly dull. It does set the groundwork for a better follow-up episode that might even contain a more interesting and action-packed battle for the most part, it's worth skipping the episode (and the arc) altogether.
It appears in the dreamworld, Sasuke is edging towards becoming the Madara character. He still intends to destroy Konoha. First, he wants to kill Orochimaru, but he is unable to due to being poisoned. Naruto cannot control his chakra. Again, another filler episode in a very long filler arc that doesn't seem to improve the longer it goes on.
This is the second part of the infamous Killer B dream and filler episode. Still part of the odd dreamworld/Jiraiya's scroll arc, this episode is a direct follow-up to part one of Killer B's story. This episode does feature the return of fan-favorite characters like Itachi, Sasori, and Deidara, but again, they're featured in such limited roles it's hard enough to make up for the weakness of the overall storyline.
This is an episode where you can clearly see how lackluster the filler animation is as well with some awkward choices in depicting certain sequences. This episode ends with the Akatsuki being attacked by the tailed beasts and Killer B happy about it from his dream world.
This is one of the early episodes in the much-reviled Jiraiya scrolls filler arc so it's not at all surprising that it would rank as one of the worst episodes of Naruto: Shippuden. Tsunade continues to read from his novel and in doing so the audience slips again inside the dream world being manifested by her reading.
The audience watches Naruto defeat Hidan in this episode, and then a massive sinkhole opens up that threatens to take hold of the village children. Jiraiya goes after the children and down into the sinkhole to save them. Ino and Choji try to jump in after him, but Shikamaru prevents them from doing so. It's an unneeded diversion from the main storyline.
The worst episode of Naruto: Shippuden is yet another episode from Jiraiya's scroll filler arc. It's actually a little surprising this episode ranked so low compared to the rest because it is full of exciting battle sequences. The shinobi of Hidden Leaf band together to bring Sasuke back to Konoha now that he has killed Orochimaru and is working with the Akatsuki.
They want to deal with him themselves before anyone else can. But it won't be easy. They are forced to fight against Sasori and other powerful Akatsuki members. The reason this episode is probably ranked so low is that almost all the battle sequences are rehashes of the canon battles. Nothing new or original is introduced in this episode rendering it mostly pointless.
suzume, naruto thinks that hinata is dead, but he acually did not see nagato pierced hinata through, which means that she is not sopose to die only becouse naruto can devolop six tail. She better not die , i mean what was kishi thinkin man!!!
if u seen the eposode i japaneess pian ask naruto who is most close to u. and naruto was about to say hinata but was cut off by pian and in excessive ratting. then hinata shows up to fight pian and says her true fellings then she gets stab and u can see the pain in naruto face and u can see he loves her. hinata will be revived but after shes cast of in the distance where naruto cant see her. and remeber with sage mode he can sence ppls chackra. that wat made him go 6 tails. and naruto will win thats wat made pain revieve everyone. sakura wont be with naruto cause she loves saskie she will have to fight the new girl that want him. plus naruto isnt gona love sumone who keeps knockin him out and who is just like sunadea
she better as hell not officialy die. She almost the only person thats given a shit about naruto from the very begining. why r they going to kill her off now. If the mangaka is showing this ability hinata has and not seeing her get stabbed then hes an ass if shes truley dead. This gets me truly frustrated. We finnaly see her potential.
The full body Susano'o is the most powerful form granted by the Mangekyo Sharingan. Kakashi said in episode 437 at 12:53 "Gaining the Six Path's power enhances one's Visual Prowess too". It's most likely that Kakashi was able to use the full body Susano'o since when he gained the pair of his (actually Obito's) Sharingan, he also gained some of the Six Path's power Obito posessed. 041b061a72