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Naruto Shippuden (Boxed Set)

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NARUTO Shippuden Box Set 1: Special Edition

After two and a half years of training on the road with Jiraiya of the Sannin, Naruto is back in the Village Hidden in the Leaves, and he's ready to show off his new skills. He and Sakura team up to take on their old master Kakashi, who's pretty impressed with their progress. They'll have plenty of opportunity to put it into action when news arrives from the Sand Village that Gaara, Naruto's former rival and now Kazekage of the Sand, has been kidnapped. And the culprits are the very same group who are after Naruto-the Akatsuki!

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One of the most eagerly anticipated anime releases in years, Naruto Shippuden (2007) is the follow-up to the international hit Naruto. Two and a half years have passed since the first series ended: the title character has been redesigned to appear taller and less round faced, as a teenager should. Although he learned a lot of new skills from Jiraiya and might have matured a little, Naruto remains the irrepressible, ramen-slurping knucklehead audiences know and love. He and medical ninja Sakura join their former teacher Kakashi-sensei as a team to combat the Akatsuki, a confederation of outlaw ninja once associated with Orochimaru. The first target of the Akatsuki is the Village Hidden in the Sand. Gaara, who fights with clouds of magical sand, takes on Deidara, who fashions weapons from enchanted paper and clay; Sand Village lieutenant Kankuro duels the scorpionlike Sasori using complex, jointed puppets. Naruto Shippuden boasts more elaborate CG effects than Naruto, enabling director Hayato Date to pump up the action. But these battles also reveal how completely Naruto transformed an icy assassin into an admirable leader: Gaara allows himself to be captured to protect the people of his village. While Naruto fidgets and fusses, Granny Chiyo reveals what the Akatsuki are seeking. Nine extremely powerful tailed demons exist in the ninja world: the single-tailed demon is sealed within Gaara's body, the Nine-Tailed Fox in Naruto's. Chiyo warns that these demons wield far more power than anyone can be allowed to control. Meanwhile, the Akatsuki begin drawing the demon's chakra from Gaara's body. Help is on the way: Team Kakashi, aided by Chiyo and Temari from the Sand Village, square off against Sosuke's murderous brother, Itachi, while Team Guy (Guy-sensei, Tenten, Neji, and the perpetually upbeat Rock Lee) tackle Kisame, who fights with enchanted cascades of water. Can they reach Gaara in time? Although Naruto Shippuden draws a lot of its audience from fans of Naruto, it's exciting and entertaining enough to win viewers who don't know the original series. The special edition comes with a collectible plastic mini-ninja figure of Naruto, the first in a series of four. (Rated T+ Older Teen, but suitable for ages 12 and older: violence, minor toilet humor) --Charles Solomon

(5. The Kazekage Stands Tall, 6. Mission Cleared, 7. Run, Kankuro, 8. Team Kakashi, Deployed, 9. The Jinchuiki's Tears, 10. Sealing Jutsu: Nine Phantom Dragons, 11. The Medical Ninja's Student, 12. The Retired Granny's Determination, 13. A Meeting with Destiny)


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Product Details

  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Special Edition, Subtitled
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Viz Media
  • DVD Release Date: January 26, 2010
  • Run Time: 325 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002S4DOAE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,293 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Worth the money, action packed non stop, excellent dvd quality, no problems. When buying says Japanese as Language only. This is not true you have the option to have voice in Japanese or ENGLISH.
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This limited edition includes a collectible mininja of Naruto in his Shippuden outfit and an exclusive art card. The regular one will not

Contains episodes 1-13.

Uncut and Original. A few other sites i have been to says the length of this volume is 325 Minutes, not 120.
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Gina from Haunted Flower reviews "Naruto Shippuden" Box Set 1 consisting of 3 Discs, 13 episodes introducing the new series picking up about two and a half years after the original ended.

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Though the information provided for this box set is sketchy at least, and unless the distribution company intends to ration content as it has been for American audiences of this series, then I'll say that it's arguably reasonable to assume that this will get the same treatment as the prior American box set releases. Generally, American seasons for shows number between 13-24, and since the other Naruto box set releases number in the teens and run approximately 325 minutes, it's safe to say that the distribution company won't plan to indulge us by giving any more than what they have been selling.

Having said that, THIS IS IT!!! This what us hardcore AND casual fans have been waiting for! Now as far as I go, I'm a casual fan and was introduced to this series through cartoon network, but I ignored it for some time because it aired along with the lightweight daytime programming geared to the kiddies. Once I gave it a chance, and maybe two because it started slow, I soon gave it my full attention and total immersion. Hearing that the story continues in another series arc versus the notorious bulk drone-episodes after the Naruto and Sasuke battle has concluded, spawned such worry: When will it be released? Will it be dubbed? Will they have the same voice actors? and if you've cheated and have seen a few of the free subtitled episodes on the net, Will the content be maintained?

Shippunden is the true continuation of the Naruto mythos, the characters have aged and progressed in ability and the story grows darker.
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Since 1999, "Naruto" created by Masashi Kishimoto ("Karakuri") has been one of the most popular anime and manga series in Japan and has easily become a favorite best selling anime/manga series among fans all over the world.

For the anime series, since 2002, "Naruto" lasted until 2007 with a total of 220 episodes. The series would follow the adventures of a boy named Naruto Uzamaki, who may not be the brightest ninja from the Konoha Village but he makes it up with heart and also tremendous power as the killer beast known as the nine-tailed fox has been sealed within him.

Earlier in the series, the anime series focused on Naruto and his team members Sasuke Uchida and Sakura Haruno as they would go on adventures and learn to become a team and also honing their ninja abilities. The series would then begin to introduce other young ninjas from the village who Naruto would be paired up with and the young ninjas would take on rival clans to helping people in need. But somehow as the series continued, Sasuke Uchida would then go off on his own personal mission to stop his brother Itaki Uchida, who murdered the whole Uchida clan and his family, only leaving Sasuke alive.

Within those six years, we have seen Naruto and his friends grow as friends and also in their abilities. For Naruto, all he has wanted is to become the next Hokage (the leader of the village) when he grows older and to help his friends accomplish missions. He knows that to be a good leader, he will need to get stronger so he can protect the village once he grows older.
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Thought this product was a good buy. Would recomend it to anyone who is in the market for collecting "Naruto" memorobillia. The shows are good & well played & set up for each video. I wold be glad to see more such videos on your web site in coming months. Thank you for this chance to voice my opion.
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first of all, I'm a HUGE fan of the series i have all 16 box sets of the original and the 2 single dvds of Naruto Shippuden that have come out as well (i have the other 2 on pre-order). I never thought i would like an anime as much as i liked the dragonball series but in my opinion; naruto, pound for pound is a better anime. i say this because the stories in my opinion are better written, and just the amount of detail put into the show in its entirety is really impressive. Don't get me wrong, the original naruto series did drag for quite a while, but the shippuden continuation is amazing, ive watched all the episodes in japanese all the way up to episode 135 and have read up to the 471st volume of the manga and the whole premise of the show and the action thats coming up just gets better and better. in my opinion the show is much better in Japanese but i do enjoy watching the English dubbed as well. the box set is definitely worth the buy, it kinda stinks because it stops just short of the battle between sakura, and elder chiyo vs. sasori which was quite good. hopefully the box sets will come out like the original series which was like one a month but i doubt it. Oh and if you guys want to watch naruto shippuden online go to [...], its a great site they have hd episodes, you can watch all of the movies and read the manga as well.
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