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Product Details

  • Age Range: 5 and up
  • Paperback: 200 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC (October 5, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1421534754
  • ISBN-13: 978-1421534756
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 5.1 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,287 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Author/artist Masashi Kishimoto was born in 1974 in rural Okayama Prefecture, Japan. After spending time in art college, he won the Hop Step Award for new manga artists with his manga Karakuri ("Mechanism"). Kishimoto decided to base his next story on traditional Japanese culture. His first version of Naruto, drawn in 1997, was a one-shot story about fox spirits; his final version, which debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1999, quickly became the most popular ninja manga in Japan.

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Author/artist Masashi Kishimoto was born in 1974 in rural Okayama Prefecture, Japan. After spending time in art college, he won the Hop Step Award for new manga artists with his manga Karakuri ("Mechanism"). Kishimoto decided to base his next story on traditional Japanese culture. His first version of Naruto, drawn in 1997, was a one-shot story about fox spirits; his final version, which debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1999, quickly became the most popular ninja manga in Japan.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By LindaK on December 3, 2010
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I purchased the Naruto books from volume 39-49 for my 10 year-old son who is crazy about the TV show. He likes to talk about the shows he watches on the computer that are in Japanese with English subtitles. I tried to watch one a while ago but could not read the text fast enough and missed most of the action because I was concentrating on the text.

His friends are tired of hearing about Naruto and his Chakra so he tells me instead. He read all ten books in a matter of days - two, I think. He takes a few to school and lets his friends read them. He re-reads them when we are waiting for another endless appointment or traveling in the car. I have purchased more of the set - both earlier and later volumes that are part of his Christmas gifts. I like the fact that he is reading for enjoyment - not part of a school requirement - just for fun. Up until this year, he has had to read for 15 - 25 minutes a night as part of his homework - that requirement has been dropped for 5th grade and I must say I do not miss the endless reminders to please read. With these books, it is not a problem.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Trisha LaForge on November 30, 2011
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Its a pretty interesting beginning to a story arc, revealing a lot about the histories and customs of other worlds in the Naruto universe. However, for those who only follow Naruto for the fight sequences, it can come on as rather boring(which is very unusual for a volume that features Gaara) But to those like me who like to fully immerse themselves into the world of the stories they love so much, it's fascinating and serves to help us understand why things are going the way they're going.
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful By qwerty on December 11, 2010
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I thought this arc was good and not as bad as what the other review made it out to be. I read worst arc in Naruto and this is not it. Seeing the other Kages is interesting. Also, Sasuke gets in the spotlight again and if you like sasuke then this is good. Yes it is slow at parts and also boring, but i sitll find the overall volume good. The parts that are slow/boring are necessary too because they have to come to a certain decision. Just read this online first and if you like it and want to buy it then go for it =].
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1 of 7 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on February 13, 2011
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I was expecting the series to get even better after volume 48....This one wasn't that good. It bored me to DEATH. The only good parts were: Madara's story and Sasuke vs Raikage. Being the Narutard I am, I still bought it, not wanting to believe the other reviews...Only buy it if you are a true Naruto fan like me.
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6 of 24 people found the following review helpful By anonoymous on December 1, 2010
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To all fans of Naruto, if you want to buy the next gripping book of Naruto... wait until volume 52 comes out.

The story arc that begins in this book is called the Kage Summit, and it goes on all the way to start of volume 52. This is arc is so bad that I actually quit the series until the arc ended. Thankfully, the series started getting better once this arc ended. I'll list the reasons why the arc is so bad below.

1.) In the last arc, Naruto went from an unpopular prankster, to the hero of the village. Many readers consider his fight in Volume 47 the best fight in the series. But in this arc... instead of focusing on further character development for Naruto, the author decides to humiliate him. First he willingly gets beaten by a ninja from another village because Naruto refuses to give up information on his former teammate (Sasuke). Next, he begs the leader of that same village to forgive his friend, and gets humiliated yet again. The humiliations that follow only get worse as the arc progresses.

2.) Naruto's teammate, Sasuke, gets to hog the spotlight again in this. Don't get me wrong, I once liked Sasuke, but he has gotten more annoying and evil in his quest for revenge. I won't say what happens to him in this arc, but in the end, Sasuke will not get any punishment for his actions in this arc.

3.) The special eye of Sasuke's clan, the sharingan, once again has another secret power later on, but this one is so ridiculous it strains belief.

4.) Naruto's other teammate, Sakura, has had good character development throughout the series. Until this arc. In this arc, she will slowly revert BACK to the character she once was.

While there are some interesting characters introduced in this arc, I once again strongly recommend that you wait until Volume 52 comes out to continue buying Naruto volumes. Because thankfully, things start getting exciting and more interesting from that point onwards!
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