History Manga / Naruto

9th Sep '17 12:29:58 AM TroperNo9001
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In case you hadn't gathered yet, ''Naruto'' was the [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff most popular manga/anime in America]] during the mid-to-late [[TheNoughties Noughties]] and early [[TheNewTens Tens]], outselling all other series by a significant margin, just like ''[[Anime/DragonBallZ Dragon Ball Z]]'' was during TheNineties. In 2013, it was still among the top-selling series, and has consistently remained in the top five until it approached it's ending, when it started slowly dropping into the top ten.

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In case you hadn't gathered yet, ''Naruto'' was the [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff most popular manga/anime in America]] during the mid-to-late [[TheNoughties Noughties]] and early [[TheNewTens Tens]], outselling all other series by a significant margin, just like ''[[Anime/DragonBallZ Dragon Ball Z]]'' was during TheNineties. In 2013, it was still among the top-selling series, and has consistently remained in the top five until it approached it's its ending, when it started slowly dropping into the top ten.
11th May '17 8:59:20 AM mouschilight
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[[caption-width-right:300:(clockwise from bottom middle) [[TheHero Naruto]], [[TheAce Sasuke]], Kakashi, [[BigBrotherMentor Iruka]], and [[TheChick Sakura]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:(clockwise from bottom middle) [[TheHero Naruto]], [[TheAce [[TheLancer Sasuke]], Kakashi, [[BadassTeacher Kakashi]], [[BigBrotherMentor Iruka]], and [[TheChick Sakura]]]]
Sakura]].]]
27th Mar '17 4:23:53 PM mouschilight
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On February 8, 2007, the original anime ended after 220 episodes, of which 96 were filler and 85 of those were infamously consecutive. The continuation, ''Naruto: Shippuden'', debuted on February 15, 2007. It focuses on the further adventures of the now-16-year-old Naruto. Naruto Shippuden concluded it's run on March 23 2017 ending on episode 500. The ending of Shippuden in turn concluded the entire Naruto series on a [[LongRunner staggeringly high]] 720 episodes played over the course of 15 years.

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On February 8, 2007, the original anime ended after 220 episodes, of which 96 were filler and 85 of those were infamously consecutive. The continuation, ''Naruto: Shippuden'', debuted on February 15, 2007. It focuses on the further adventures of the now-16-year-old Naruto. Naruto Shippuden ''Shippuden'' concluded it's run on March 23 2017 23, 2017, ending on episode 500. after 500 episodes. The ending of Shippuden ''Shippuden'' in turn concluded the entire Naruto series on a [[LongRunner staggeringly high]] 720 episodes played over the course of 15 fifteen years.
27th Mar '17 4:22:31 PM mouschilight
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* Shinobi World War Arc (Volumes 52-72; Chapters 489-699), (''Shippuden'' Episodes 220-222, 243-302, 322-346, 362-393, 414-426, 458-479)

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* Shinobi World War Arc (Volumes 52-72; Chapters 489-699), (''Shippuden'' Episodes 220-222, 243-302, 322-346, 321-346, 362-393, 414-426, 458-479)
23rd Mar '17 11:54:17 AM bleach246
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On February 8, 2007, the original series ended after 220 episodes, of which 96 were filler and 85 of those were infamously consecutive. The continuation, ''Naruto: Shippuden'', debuted on February 15, 2007. It focuses on the further adventures of the now-16-year-old Naruto.

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On February 8, 2007, the original series anime ended after 220 episodes, of which 96 were filler and 85 of those were infamously consecutive. The continuation, ''Naruto: Shippuden'', debuted on February 15, 2007. It focuses on the further adventures of the now-16-year-old Naruto.
Naruto. Naruto Shippuden concluded it's run on March 23 2017 ending on episode 500. The ending of Shippuden in turn concluded the entire Naruto series on a [[LongRunner staggeringly high]] 720 episodes played over the course of 15 years.
9th Feb '17 10:52:20 PM drillizer
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22nd Dec '16 10:22:01 AM Smeagol17
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In case you hadn't gathered yet, ''Naruto'' was the [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff most popular manga/anime in America]] during the mid-to-late [[TheNoughties Noughties]] and early [[TheNewTens Tens]], outselling all other series by a significant margin, just like ''[[Anime/DragonBallZ Dragon Ball Z]]'' was during TheNineties. As of 2013, it's still among the top-selling series, and has consistently remained in the top five until the last few years, where it started slowly dropping into the top ten.

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In case you hadn't gathered yet, ''Naruto'' was the [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff most popular manga/anime in America]] during the mid-to-late [[TheNoughties Noughties]] and early [[TheNewTens Tens]], outselling all other series by a significant margin, just like ''[[Anime/DragonBallZ Dragon Ball Z]]'' was during TheNineties. As of In 2013, it's it was still among the top-selling series, and has consistently remained in the top five until the last few years, where it approached it's ending, when it started slowly dropping into the top ten.
26th Nov '16 3:30:07 PM jahman
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But like any good {{Shonen}} protagonist, Naruto doesn't let this slow him down. He continues to pursue his ambition of becoming the next Hokage ("Fire Shadow", a title for the [[TheLeader head ninja]] of his village). The manga ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', written by Creator/MasashiKishimoto, follows the story of his pursuit of greatness, with the help of his teammates (Angst-ridden AntiHero Sasuke and hot-headed love-interest Sakura), and eventually moves to encompass their struggles against {{Big Bad}}s such as Orochimaru, ruthless leader of the rival village of Otogakure ("Village Hidden in the Sound"), and the S-Class criminal organization Akatsuki.

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But like any good {{Shonen}} protagonist, Naruto doesn't let this slow him down. He continues to pursue his ambition of becoming the next Hokage ("Fire Shadow", a title for the [[TheLeader head ninja]] of his village). The manga ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', written by Creator/MasashiKishimoto, follows the story of his pursuit of greatness, with the help of his teammates (Angst-ridden AntiHero Sasuke and hot-headed potential love-interest Sakura), and eventually moves to encompass their struggles against {{Big Bad}}s such as Orochimaru, ruthless leader of the rival village of Otogakure ("Village Hidden in the Sound"), and the S-Class criminal organization Akatsuki.
27th Oct '16 10:16:44 PM Smeagol17
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* Shinobi World War Arc (Volumes 52-72; Chapters 489-699), (''Shippuden'' Episodes 220-222, 243-302, 322-346, 362-393, 414-426, 458-478)

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* Shinobi World War Arc (Volumes 52-72; Chapters 489-699), (''Shippuden'' Episodes 220-222, 243-302, 322-346, 362-393, 414-426, 458-478)458-479)
25th Oct '16 12:44:36 AM omegafire17
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* Shinobi World War Arc (Volumes 52-72; Chapters 489-699), (''Shippuden'' Episodes 220-222, 243-479)

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* Shinobi World War Arc (Volumes 52-72; Chapters 489-699), (''Shippuden'' Episodes 220-222, 243-479)243-302, 322-346, 362-393, 414-426, 458-478)
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