Naruto is a work that is still able to attract readers and influence the work of thousands of artists who grew up on the adventures of Team 7 and the Konoha ninjas. Among them is In-Hyuk Lee, an artist who has worked with Marvel and DC for years and wanted to pay homage to the character of Sasuke with great artwork.

He is considered one of the most interesting and undoubtedly the most powerful ninja in the entire series and its sequel, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. Sasuke Uchiha has been immortalized in many fanarts over the years, as well as drawings by other mangaka, to celebrate major milestones Naruto has achieved in the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump. This time, however, it was the last of the Uchiha to remember In Hyuk LeeConcept artist who has been creating covers for some of the volumes published by Marvel Comics and DC Comics for years.

On his Twitter page, the artist shared the gorgeous illustration that you can see at the bottom of the page where Sasuke is portrayed a design reminiscent of that seen in Shippuden, reworked with more details and with a very realistic style. The Uchiha icon will appear in the center of the Jacket worn by Sasuke, more futuristic than the tunic worn in the original series. The purple belt, a clear reference to Orochimaru's design, has instead been replaced with a belt divided into small pockets for ninja tools, which also allows Sasuke to store his chokuto.

What do you think of this depiction? As usual, let us know by leaving a comment below. Finally we leave you a fantastic statue dedicated to Itachi and with details of Sasuke's task of Konoha.

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