Naruto was one of the great protagonists of the immense popularity that manga achieved in the early 2000s, contributing to the spread of anime based on the leading titles of the most important magazines. It's been 20 years since the Naruto anime debuted in October, and here's a special illustration to celebrate the milestone.

In the Naruto The Gallery Exhibition and to the important work of art that traces the growth of Naruto, signed by the author Masashi Kishimoto, another unpublished illustration dedicated to the entire Leaf Village, the main scene of all the adventures told over 20 years and again in Boruto, is added included: Naruto the Next Generations, work in progress.

Precisely related to the new adventures that Naruto and Sasuke experience in the first-person perspective of the sequel, the artists at Pierrot Studio created and disseminated the key visual which you can see at the bottom of the page. The two protagonists are represented in the middle, surrounded by friends and family, while in the upper part we can see Kurama, the nine-tailed fox, and some of the most heated battles of the new arc of the series, such as: Naruto vs. Jigen, Isshin Otsutsuki's container.

In the lower part there is a profile of Konoha, with particular attention to the Stone Faces of the Seven Hokage that have protected the village over the years. Let us know what you think about this new illustration in the comments. Finally we leave you the Crunchyroll video of the 20 years of Naruto anime.

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