Itachi Lines Under His Eyes: Why? (6 Reasons)

Itachi Lines Under His Eyes: Why?

Here’s why Itachi has lines under his eyes: The lines accomplish a few things. First, they manage to demonstrate Itachi’s growth in age and maturity throughout his existence in the series. Beyond that, they also represent his growing feelings of stress and worry, all while conveying his declining health as he suffers from a terminal illness. So if you want to learn all about the meaning of the lines under Itachi’s eyes, then this article is for you. Let’s get right into it! What Are the Lines Under Itachi’s Eyes? (2 Types) This might seem like a simple question, but Itachi is a character that appears in a lot of episodes of both the manga and the anime. He is drawn in great detail more than a few times, so there are a few lines we could potentially be discussing. For the most part, you might be talking about the dark, thick lines that sometimes make up the bottoms of his eyes. Or, you could be talking about the deep, creased, groove lines that run across his cheeks. #1 The Groove Lines The most prominent lines under Itachi’s eyes are the long groove lines that run diagonally across his cheeks. They are quite prominent in this picture, and they’re missing in this one. Hopefully, we’re all on the same page. The lines first start to appear even when Itachi is a pretty young child, and as he ages, they grow longer and more pronounced. These are most likely the lines you had in mind when you started reading, and they’re clearly the most notable lines under his eyes. I’ll definitely explain the reasons why they are drawn a little later. But, there are arguably some other lines that we can discuss, and I want to be thorough. #2 The Dark Bottom Lines There are also pictures and moments in the anime where Itachi has particularly dark and thick lines forming the bottoms

Hokage For Shortest Amount of Time: Who? (3 Answers)

Hokage For Shortest Amount of Time: Who?

Here’s who was Hokage for the shortest amount of time and whether it was Kakashi: Arguably, you could say that Kakashi, Danzo, or Minato served as the Hokage for the shortest amount of time. When you include the events of Boruto, then Kakashi clearly served longer than either of the other two. Since Danzo was never officially given the title, it means that Minato served the shortest tenure. So if you want to learn all about the Hokage who served the shortest amount of time, then this article is for you. Let’s jump into it! What Is a Hokage? If you’re already a fan of the Naruto series, you can skip down a bit. I’m going to break down all of the Hokages and then explain who held tenure for the least amount of time. If you’re not already a big fan, then I need to explain a little bit first. Hopefully, you already know that Naruto (and later Boruto) is about a world of ninjas. In this fictional land, there are a number of different countries. The military might of each country is made up of a cohort of ninjas, and each cohort is stationed in the nation’s hidden village. There are five major countries in the world, and that means there are also five great hidden ninja villages (there are lesser villages too, but the five great ones matter the most). Each of the villages is led by a single ninja, referred to as a kage (which literally means “shadow” in Japanese). The kage at the head of each village has a unique name, and in Naruto’s village (Konoha), the leader is called the Hokage. This is a formal office, and the village elders select the Hokage. The title is so important that faces of the Hokages are carved into the mountainsides that surround the village. At the most recent point in the story so far, there are

Naruto Looks as Adult: Why So Much Hate? (4 Versions)

Naruto Looks as Adult: Why So Much Hate?

Most of the complaints pertain to Naruto’s portrayal in Boruto. This version of Naruto portrays him as middle-aged, and a lot of fans don’t like the reduced detail in his drawing and the general aesthetic. Many fans prefer younger versions of adult Naruto by large margins.

Titans Wanting Eren: Why? (Everything to Know)

Titans Wanting Eren: Why?

There are many different titans in the story, and they don’t all want Eren for the same reasons. For the most part, they’re after Eren because he has inherent powers that they want under their control. Each titan might have different aims in mind for that power, but that’s the primary reason they are after him.

Sasuke Didn't Use Susanoo Replacing Arm: Why? (All the Info)

Sasuke Didn’t Use Susanoo Replacing Arm: Why?

Sasuke doesn’t use Susanoo to replace his arm for the same reason he doesn’t use any other means to replace his arm. He believes that his missing limb is part of his atonement for the pain and suffering he caused. It’s also probably used by the author as a reminder of all of the things that happened before.

Rock Lee's Parents and Family: What Is Known? (All the Info)

Rock Lee’s Parents and Family: What Is Known?

There is no canon answer as to who Rock Lee’s parents are. Neither his mother nor father is ever named or drawn, and they are completely unmentioned in every canon iteration of Naruto and Boruto. All we know about Rock Lee’s family is that he comes from the Lee clan, and in Boruto, he has a son named Metal.

Attack on Titan: Subbed or Dubbed? (Everything to Know)

Attack on Titan: Subbed or Dubbed?

Really, you should watch Attack on Titan or any other show in the way that you enjoy it best. If you prefer subs, that’s great. If you prefer dubs, then watch it that way. If you don’t have a preference or all other things are equal, the subtitled content usually has a slightly higher production value.

Griffith & Guts: Why Haven't Killed Each Other Yet?

Griffith & Guts: Why Haven’t Killed Each Other Yet?

Ultimately, Guts and Griffith haven’t killed each other in either anime adaptation because such a confrontation has not yet happened in the manga, which is the original source material. The manga has run irregularly for decades, and events in 2021 caused it to stop production for a full year.

Naruto Shippuden Animation Change: Why? (All the Info)

Naruto Shippuden Animation Change: Why?

The animation changed from Naruto to the sequel, Naruto Shippuden, largely because the budget increased and the studio was determined to raise quality. Even so, you can see quality discrepancies comparing episodes only in Shippuden, and that is largely due to varying budgets and production times per episode.

One Piece Graphics: When Getting Better? (All the Info)

One Piece Graphics: When Getting Better?

One Piece has been on the air for more than 20 years. The graphics steadily improved over the course of that time. That said, there are two very noticeable changes in the animation style. The first happened in 2007 when the studio started wide-format and HD production.
The second was after the well-known time skip.