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Naruto, Vol. 43: The Man with the Truth Paperback – April 7, 2009
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If you think Sasuke troubles end with this volume then you're dead wrong.
If you're a Sasuke Hater then you will most likely HATE this volume because this is a Sasuke Volume. Of course some
may argue that ALL Naruto volumes are a Sasuke Volume this one is especially so. Though to more fair I should say
this is an "Uchiha" Volume as it reveals a great many things of the once great and powerful clan and it's untimely
fall. Like many other people I had suspected Itachi's true intentions and found them confirmed in this volume.
Which I have to say I found rather rewarding. I don't care for Sasuke joining hands with Madara even though Sasuke
has no reason to trust him. But at the same time I suspect that Sasuke is following in the foot steps of his bro.
This actually mostly just talking in this volume but it's the good kind of talk where we find out a whole bunch
of cool Naruto history. Even if that history was tweaked for the benefit of Madara Uchiha. Some people think
it would be a spoiler to say that Tobi says he is Madara but this has been revealed in Volume 40. This confirms
it for those who were confused about it in that volume though. Still a great volume and a great end to the
Sasuke vs Itachi battle. Which as I said before is just the start of something greater.