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New “Naruto” Manga To Begin April 27th In Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump


I know, for a fact, that this is what all you “Naruto” fans out there have been waiting for ever since the ending of the Manga. We all know that “Naruto” will never die. That’s a fact, and anyone that can’t deal with it just needs to make a bigger effort to do so. No matter what your views are of the series, you can’t deny that there is indeed a justification behind its incredibly high popularity level. I’m sure it was all apart of our childhoods and most people that watched or read it when it first started have continued to do so up until this day.

The Anime is currently running a filler arc which SHOULD return to the main story in the near future, “The Last: Naruto The Movie” was released a little bit ago and people absolutely loved it for some odd reason, and, as mentioned, the Manga has only recently just ended BUT there’s more in store for the “Naruto” franchise. Masashi Kishimoto, the creator of the series, has already said that he has been writing a spin-off Manga to the series. That spin-off is titled “Naruto Gaiden: Nanadaime Hokage to Akairo no Hanatsuzuki” and the first Manga chapter is set to be released on the 27th of April this year through Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump.

Roughly translated as “Naruto Spin-Off: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring Month” will follow, well…the Seventh Hokage which, as you should already know, is the titular character himself. What exactly is going to happen in this mini-series has not yet been detailed. The assumption is that it’ll have something to do with Naruto and his two young children but, seeing as that hasn’t been confirmed, I really can’t say anything with much confidence. Being the “Naruto” Manga, the main characters inclusion is a definite but who appears alongside him is pretty up in the air. Either way, I’m sure the Manga will be good. Even if it isn’t good I’m sure that many people will read it and say it is good. Such is the “Naruto” fandom.


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  1. The Last – Naruto the Movie is a sluggish animated feature that only offers the big milestone fans have been clamoring for between Naruto and Hinata. This feels like it stretches out a thin concept and over complicates it just to make it work.

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