Like Goku and Luffy, Naruto Uzumaki is considered the best Shonen protagonist in history and is celebrating his birthday today. What better way to celebrate than to relive its story from its beginnings to its current advances Boruto: Naruto the next generations?

The main protagonist of Masashi Kishimoto's work, Naruto Uzumaki, is introduced to us as a young boy mischievous and troublemaker. As a parental orphan, he lives alone without anyone looking after him. The other residents of the Leaf Village for some mysterious reason they push him away and fear him. We will discover the reason from the very first chapter of the thesis.

As soon as he was born, Naruto became that Carrying capacity of the nine-tailed fox, the terrible monster that pounded Konoha with fire and sword and killed his parents, the fourth Hokage Minato Namikaze and Kushina. Thanks to his stubbornness and his dream of becoming the leader of the village, Naruto slowly managed to build his own Circle of Affections, first only the master Iruka and the third Hokage, then as genin of Team 7 also Kakashi, Sakura and especially Sasuke.

Exactly there Search for Uchiha it is the goal of much of his youth. Fled in search of more power to be able to kill his brother Itachi, Sasuke is almost haunted by Naruto, who in no way intends break the bond with him.

Another big worry in his life is thisAlba organization, a criminal organization that intended to steal the bijuu trapped in his body for their own evil purposes. After defeating numerous, powerful opponents, Naruto eventually became the Seventh Hokage from Konoha, as well as father of two children with Hinata Hyuga, Himawari and Boruto.

Today, in the sequel to the opera Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations, Naruto has the Be very determined, this symbol that cost its predecessor so much. To protect his family and the village, he had to give up his own last farewell to Kurama, who over time has become his older brother.

How do you celebrate Naruto Uzumaki Day? We leave you to the pictures of Boruto 219 reminding you that Naruto landed on CNN.

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