The success achieved through Naruto in the early 2000s it was unbelievable. Masashi Kishimoto's series, deservedly included in Weekly Shonen Jump's Big 3, then received an anime series from the Pierrot studio, which aired from 2002 to 2007 and was loved by fans despite the presence of many filler episodes in fond memories remain.

It was the October 3, 2002 When on the Tokyo TV channel, one of the most followed in Japan, the story of Naruto, the orphaned ninja of the Leaf Village, was discriminated against by most of the residents because it contains the Nine-Tailed Fox, a seeker who attacked Konoha 12 years earlier. The beginning of a story that then took shape 700 chapters collected in 72 tankobonsand in 720 episodes published over fifteen years.

In light of the upcoming twentieth anniversary of the release of the first episode "Naruto is coming!", Shueisha Publishing House will present various initiatives to celebrate the event. As stated by user @WSJ_manga, a fairly reliable source in the industry, in the post reported below, the first information about it will be included Weekly Shonen Leap #43. And what do you expect from the anime Naruto 20th anniversary celebration? Tell us in the comments.

Finally, remember that the Naruto anime is available on Amazon Prime Video and we leave you with a fantastic figure of Neji Vs Kidomaru.


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