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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: Japanese (Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Viz Media
  • DVD Release Date: April 20, 2010
  • Run Time: 200 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0036BDQ88
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,621 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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13 episodes on 3 discs

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Naruto Shippuden Box Set 2

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The attack of the ninja teams from the Hidden Leaf and Sand Villages on the evil Akatsuki cabal comes to a spectacular climax as director Hayato Date introduces an increasingly flashy array of special effects into Naruto Shippuden. Even hard-bitten Granny Chiyo is impressed with Naruto's fighting strength--and his ability to make friends, a talent she'd never considered important. But the situation is graver than the members of Team Kakashi and Team Guy imagined: the Akatsuki are proceeding with their terrible plan to exploit the power of the multi-tailed demons, and the bizarre ritual to extract that power results in Gaara's death. Most of these episodes are devoted to three simultaneous battles: Naruto and Kakashi pursue the sneering Deidara; the members of Team Guy fight clones of themselves; Sakura and Chiyo tackle puppet-master Sasori. The latter is the most exciting by far, involving wonderfully strange and murderous puppets. Sakura gets a chance to prove her abilities as both a medical and fighting ninja, stunning Chiyo with her skill. However, the fights drag on: Deidara seems to have an endless supply of exploding paper-clay; Sasori, like many anime villains, takes an awful lot of killing. But fans will relish the mixture of friendship, slapstick, and hard-hitting action that has made Naruto Shippuden an international hit. (Rated T+ Older Teen, but suitable for ages 12 and older: violence, violence against women, grotesque imagery) --Charles Solomon

(14. Naruto's Growth, 15. The Secret Weapon Is Called… 16. The Secret of Jinchuriki, 17. The Death of Gaara! 18. Change Tactic! Button Hook Entry!! 19. Traps Activate! Team Guy's Enemies, 20. Hiruko vs. Two Kunoichi, 21. Sasori's Real Face, 22. Chiyo's Secret Skills, 23. Father and Mother, 24. The Third Kazakage, 25. Three Minutes Between Life and Death, 26. Puppet Fight: 10 vs. 100!)

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Every episode is AMAZING.
Alexandria
The naruto shippuden Box set 2 dvd, was great to watch it was action packed and pretty intense I highly recommend it for other consumers!!!
Mr.lion
Exactly what it was supposed to be.
Dimitri

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Format: DVD
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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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Robert Allen Morton on February 14, 2010
Format: DVD
This set will include collectible Mininja Figurine..
From what I have gathered from websites this set will include episodes 14 - 26.

This limited edition includes a collectible mininja of Deidara and an exclusive art card. The regular one will not..

Uncut and Original. A few other sites i have been to says the length of this volume is 325 Minutes
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20 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Steven R. Peck on February 2, 2010
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For fans of Sakura Haruno and even for those who may not yet be, this DVD set is an absolute MUST HAVE!

Yes, this is Naruto Uzimaki's show and most of the big battles are rightfully his, but the main battle chronicled in Volume 2 of Naruto Shippuden is Sakura's, and it's as big and intense as ANY of Naruto's fights. Seriously! I read the manga version of these episodes about a year ago and have been itching ever since to see it in anime. I suppose I could log onto the NS video website and see these episodes, but I'd rather not spoil the thrill of seeing them on high def DVD.

Here's a brief rundown. Naruto and Kakashi, I believe, are going after Gaara's assailants while Sakura and Granny Chiyo remain behind to face another rogue ninja, Chiyo's grandson, Sasori. Sasori's mastery of the puppet-based jutsus puts Kankuro's to shame. Sasori's only rival in this respect is his grandmother. With Chiyo's wisdom and Sakura's young, strong body and healing skills, they may have a chance against Sasori.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Stanton Krause on November 26, 2012
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This show is the bomb! I like how I can actually understand the show without having to watch the subtitles! The English version is the best!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bin on January 12, 2011
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Worth the money, not as much action, more information leading into the story line, 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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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Venita on April 14, 2010
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When I first watched the Naruto series I hated Sakura, she was annoying, weak and Sasuke obsessed. When Naruto Shippuden came out and I saw Sakura, I was like the only thing that's changed is her height and her outfit. Well I had forgotten that Sakura had requested to train under the Fifth Hokage Tsunade.

Then when Sakura and Naruto were training with Kakashin to get the bells she proved to me that she didn't spend two years doing nothing. I am truly pleased by her great growth in knowledge, medical skills and physical abilities. Now only if Hinata can be shown more, I would like to see how far she has advanced as well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Zilz on June 2, 2010
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The second box set of the best anime out there contains one of the (if not THE) most intense fights in the series so far. (it's is a matter of taste of course)
The fight with the puppet master Sasori is very thrilling from beginning to end.
It's just to bad that the last episode of the fight against Sasori is missing here.
Contains episodes 14 to 26.

I've always been a fan of the english dub (maybe it's because english isn't my mothertongue and I always liked the sound of the language itself). And in my opinion they did a great job in this episodes aswell. Giving (the real) Sasori the voice of Ichigo from Bleach (don't know the actor's name) was a very good choice here and he's doing very well.
For fans of the dub there's a nice little special feature included: The "Shippuden Quiz Show". It's funny if you like seeing the actors behind the voices goofing around.

The box comes with three single DVD-cases with very nice drawn covers of different characters.

The Deidara-Minininja included in the special edition is well made and a joy for every die-hard fan (but probably only for those).

Overall: Absolutly a must-have for Narutofans. Upcoming fans should watch the original Naruto series first.

Can't wait for the next box, keep it up viz!
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