History Manga / Naruto

24th Jun '16 8:41:36 PM nombretomado
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The English dub ran on Creator/CartoonNetwork[='s=] Creator/{{Toonami}} in the U.S. When the news first spread that ''Naruto'' was hitting the States, despite the fanbase's fears, [[FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids]] had little, if any interest. But Creator/VizMedia had plenty of interest, since they scooped up the license and dubbed it for the U.S. audiences. At first, it seemed like it would be marketed as a kiddie show with blood - NeverSayDie was in full effect - but the Wave Country arc onwards saw free usage of the words "kill", "die", etc.

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The English dub ran on Creator/CartoonNetwork[='s=] Creator/{{Toonami}} in the U.S. When the news first spread that ''Naruto'' was hitting the States, despite the fanbase's fears, [[FourKidsEntertainment [[Creator/FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids]] had little, if any interest. But Creator/VizMedia had plenty of interest, since they scooped up the license and dubbed it for the U.S. audiences. At first, it seemed like it would be marketed as a kiddie show with blood - NeverSayDie was in full effect - but the Wave Country arc onwards saw free usage of the words "kill", "die", etc.
6th May '16 6:48:39 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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This isn't the end of the franchise, though. A 10-chapter continuation mini-series, ''[[Manga/NarutoGaiden Naruto Gaiden: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring]]'' was published in the spring of 2015, and so were a series of side-story ''LightNovel/NarutoHiden'' novels, with the first issue of the full sequel series ''Manga/{{Boruto}}'' released the subsequent spring. These are all part of the "Naruto New Era Opening Project", which seeks to continue the Naruto franchise in various ways. Furthermore, Creator/LionsGate has expressed interest in developing a LiveActionAdaptation of the series, with Michael Gracey in talks to direct the project.

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This isn't the end of the franchise, though. A 10-chapter continuation mini-series, titled ''[[Manga/NarutoGaiden Naruto Gaiden: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring]]'' was published in the spring of 2015, Spring]]'', and so were a series of side-story ''LightNovel/NarutoHiden'' novels, novels were published in the spring of 2015, with the first issue of the full sequel series ''Manga/{{Boruto}}'' released beginning its run the subsequent spring. These are all part of the "Naruto New Era Opening Project", which seeks to continue the Naruto franchise in various ways. Furthermore, Creator/LionsGate has expressed interest in developing a LiveActionAdaptation of the series, with Michael Gracey in talks to direct the project.
6th May '16 6:45:35 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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This isn't the end of the franchise, though. A 10-chapter continuation mini-series was published in the spring of 2015, and so were a series of side-story novels, the first one being about Kakashi. This is part of the "Naruto New Era Opening Project", which seeks to continue the Naruto franchise in various ways. Furthermore, Creator/LionsGate has expressed interest in developing a LiveActionAdaptation of the series, with Michael Gracey in talks to direct the project.

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This isn't the end of the franchise, though. A 10-chapter continuation mini-series mini-series, ''[[Manga/NarutoGaiden Naruto Gaiden: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring]]'' was published in the spring of 2015, and so were a series of side-story ''LightNovel/NarutoHiden'' novels, with the first one being about Kakashi. This is issue of the full sequel series ''Manga/{{Boruto}}'' released the subsequent spring. These are all part of the "Naruto New Era Opening Project", which seeks to continue the Naruto franchise in various ways. Furthermore, Creator/LionsGate has expressed interest in developing a LiveActionAdaptation of the series, with Michael Gracey in talks to direct the project.
13th Mar '16 7:32:29 PM VeryMelon
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* Confining the Jinchuriki Arc (Volumes 52-54; Chapters 489-514), (''Shippuden'' Episodes 220-222, 243-255)
* Shinobi World War Arc (Volumes 55-72; Chapters 514-699), (''Shippuden'' Episodes 256-)

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* Confining the Jinchuriki Shinobi World War Arc (Volumes 52-54; 52-72; Chapters 489-514), 489-699), (''Shippuden'' Episodes 220-222, 243-255)
* Shinobi World War Arc (Volumes 55-72; Chapters 514-699), (''Shippuden'' Episodes 256-)
243-)
13th Mar '16 7:29:02 PM VeryMelon
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* Shinobi World War Arc (Volumes 55-62; Chapters 514-592), (''Shippuden'' Episodes 256-344)
* Ten-Tails Revival Arc (Volumes 62-68; Chapters 593-656), (''Shippuden'' Episodes 345-)
* The Final Arc (Volumes 69-72; Chapter 657-699)

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* Shinobi World War Arc (Volumes 55-62; 55-72; Chapters 514-592), 514-699), (''Shippuden'' Episodes 256-344)
* Ten-Tails Revival Arc (Volumes 62-68; Chapters 593-656), (''Shippuden'' Episodes 345-)
* The Final Arc (Volumes 69-72; Chapter 657-699)
256-)
11th Mar '16 6:03:57 PM Smeagol17
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This isn't the end of the franchise, though. A 10-chapter continuation mini-series was published in the spring of 2015, and so will a series of side-story novels, the first one being about Kakashi. This is part of the "Naruto New Era Opening Project", which seeks to continue the Naruto franchise in various ways. Furthermore, Creator/LionsGate has expressed interest in developing a LiveActionAdaptation of the series, with Michael Gracey in talks to direct the project.

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This isn't the end of the franchise, though. A 10-chapter continuation mini-series was published in the spring of 2015, and so will were a series of side-story novels, the first one being about Kakashi. This is part of the "Naruto New Era Opening Project", which seeks to continue the Naruto franchise in various ways. Furthermore, Creator/LionsGate has expressed interest in developing a LiveActionAdaptation of the series, with Michael Gracey in talks to direct the project.
4th Feb '16 8:06:22 AM Yagami1211
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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 Masashi Kishimoto, 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 Masashi Kishimoto, 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.
1st Aug '15 6:28:44 PM KingClark
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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, though tends to lose its top spot among manga bestsellers more frequently. It doesn't do that badly outside of America either, and even inside Japan, for a long time, it has consistently remained in the top five until last year.

In what many view as the EndOfAnAge, the ''Naruto'' manga ended on November 10th 2014, finishing its remarkable 15-year run and becoming the first of the [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Big]] [[Manga/OnePiece Three]] to reach its epilogue.

This isn't the end of the franchise, though. A 10-chapter continuation mini-series was published in the spring of 2015, and so will a series of side-story novels, the first one being about Kakashi. This is part of the "Naruto New Era Opening Project", which seeks to continue the Naruto franchise in various ways.

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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, though tends to lose its top spot among manga bestsellers more frequently. It doesn't do that badly outside of America either, and even inside Japan, for a long time, it has consistently remained in the top five until last year.

2014.

In what many view as the EndOfAnAge, the ''Naruto'' manga ended on November 10th 2014, finishing its remarkable 15-year run and becoming the first of the [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Big]] [[Manga/OnePiece Three]] to reach its epilogue.

epilogue.

This isn't the end of the franchise, though. A 10-chapter continuation mini-series was published in the spring of 2015, and so will a series of side-story novels, the first one being about Kakashi. This is part of the "Naruto New Era Opening Project", which seeks to continue the Naruto franchise in various ways.
ways. Furthermore, Creator/LionsGate has expressed interest in developing a LiveActionAdaptation of the series, with Michael Gracey in talks to direct the project.
17th Jul '15 2:32:59 PM Lyendith
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This isn't the end of the franchise, though. A continuation mini-series debuted in the spring of 2015, and so will a series of side-story novels, the first one being about Kakashi. This is part of the "Naruto New Era Opening Project", which seeks to continue the Naruto franchise in various ways.

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This isn't the end of the franchise, though. A 10-chapter continuation mini-series debuted was published in the spring of 2015, and so will a series of side-story novels, the first one being about Kakashi. This is part of the "Naruto New Era Opening Project", which seeks to continue the Naruto franchise in various ways.
23rd Jun '15 1:04:17 PM capthanos
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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, though tends to lose its top spot among manga bestsellers more frequently. It doesn't do that badly outside of America either, but inside Japan (and taking into account the world at large), it's not nearly as popular as [[Manga/OnePiece some other series]] (though, that said, it has consistently remained in second place since 2008).

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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, though tends to lose its top spot among manga bestsellers more frequently. It doesn't do that badly outside of America either, but and even inside Japan (and taking into account the world at large), it's not nearly as popular as [[Manga/OnePiece some other series]] (though, that said, Japan, for a long time, it has consistently remained in second place since 2008).
the top five until last year.
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