During World War Four, Ninja Kabuto used the Resurrection Technique to bring back some of the most powerful shinobi in history and make them fight the alliance of the five great countries. Two of them were again victims of Edo Tensei in this case Naruto Shippuden collectible statue.

The Technique of Resurrection or Edo Tensei is a jutsu that connects a person's soul Person died to a living "vessel". Through this technique, it is therefore possible to restore a man to the way he was before death, as long as he only does the will of the conjurer.

This jutsu was created by the second Hokage Tobirama Senju who explained it a forbidden technique. Edo Tensei was rediscovered and used by Orochimaru during the fight with the third Hokage and finally perfected by Kabuto during the fourth ninja world war. During the clash with the Alliance of Five Great Countries, Kabuto used the Resurrection Technique to evoke Itachi and Nagato, among others, who are the protagonists of this wonderful character created by CW Studio.

The statue portrays the two ninja in Edo Tensei version ready to fight. While Nagato harnesses the power of all six bodies of Pain, Itachi casts an illusory art surrounded by his black ravens. This detailed and valuable collector's item is 46 cm high and can be pre-ordered at a price of 580 euros. Here are the members of the dawn of Naruto Shippuden, from the strongest to the weakest. Sasuke throws himself into battle in this other Naruto Shippuden character.

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