Naruto is a hereditary ninja who dreams of becoming the best and most respected warrior and head of his village. His father hopes his son would become a protector for all the villagers, and Naruto wants to live up to his hopes.
The ninja boy loves moving games and does not like to sit in one place at all. That’s why learning is not easy for him. But to be the best, he has a lot to learn and undergo many trials. You can print and color funny Naruto coloring pictures. To do this, you need to choose the picture you like.
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Naruto is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto. It tells the story of Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja who always seeks recognition and dreams of becoming Hokage, the ultimate and most influential leader of his village.
The series is based on a one-shot of Kishimoto published in the August 1997 issue of Akamaru Jump magazine.
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Naruto is a series that was born from a one-shot story to become a global phenomenon, a cosplay trend, a universe of millions of ideas. Naruto can provide classes of content to the best film industries in the West. It includes socialization, serialization, massification, and commercialization of content
Everything unfolds with a single thread: teenagers want to be strong, the strongest. What for? To protect them all, to be recognized, to have friends. From this line comes the story of Uzumaki Naruto, a somewhat clumsy ninja from the Hidden Leaf Village.
The shinobi world associated with stealth, deception, and life in the shadows, elements almost absent in this anime. The strength, say relevance, of the characters is defined by a repetitive and straightforward formula: the more striking and great the technique, the more powerful is the one who uses it.
Naruto (the series) was never exempt from such ostentatious skills. From Uchiha Sasuke’s first Katon – fire technique – in his training with Hatake Kakashi to the never-ending Fourth Ninja World War, fans of this franchise have enjoyed the ability of mangakas – manga drawers – to create unimaginable ninjutsu – ninja techniques.
Naruto was serialized in the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from issue 43 of 1999 to issue 50 of 2014, with the chapters collected in seventy-two volumes tankobon by Shueisha publishing house.
The last representative of the Uzumaki lineage lives in a universe plagued by bloodless murders, as befits a shounen -series for youngsters between the ages of 10 and 15-, conspiracies and battles where the law of the strongest prevails.