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Naruto Manga Series Ends After 15 Years

Naruto Manga Series Ends After 15 Years


Naruto manga series ends after 15 years of entertaining the readers. The story of the boy from Konoha Village was completed by Masashi Kishimoto in 700 chapter in the weekly comic magazine Shonen Jump, Sueisha's publication.
As one of the most popular manga makers in Japan, Kishimoto gets the gratitude from many of Naruto's fans. However, not only the fans from Japan who say thank you. Although the original version of Shonen Jump is not sold freely outside of Japan, Naruto fans around the world are already aware of the latest chapter through the internet. Linimasa was flooded with various congratulations to Kishimoto.
Beginning in September 1999, Naruto finished in 71 comic volumes. Currently translated into Indonesian by Elex Media Komputindo has reached 66 comic volumes. Meanwhile, the animated adaptation just reached episode 385 and will continue to follow the manga story.
Naruto is an adventure story of a little ninja, Naruto Uzumaki, who aspires to become a Hokage, the highest leader of Konoha Village. The boy's journey is not easy because his body entered the fox-nine-tailed fox that makes him always considered a monster.
Many readers of the manga series are fond of the story because the character has a strong character. The story that spins in Konoha Village and not solely about Naruto is also a plus for the manga series's story.
All manga in the weekly comic magazine Shounen Jump is indeed synonymous with the fight. However, Naruto not only contains the fight. Many love stories, friendships, and hope that can also be enjoyed by the readers. In fact, not infrequently the characters issued sentences that can be a positive motivation for the readers.
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