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Naruto, Vol. 62: The Crack Paperback – August 6, 2013
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The manga is starting to get extremely good. With the real Madara in the battle, the fake Madara still doesn't have an identity yet. I'll just call him Tobi for now - that's the name he was before he called himself Madara. Tobi has been a part of the series since after the fight with Chiyo and Sakura against Sasori. He always was goofy and sort of stupid. Well, most of that changed when he showed his Sharingan along with Pain and Konan. We also know that he declared a war, and took Nagato's Rinnegan and implanted it into his left eye.
Who is he? Why is he imposing a war on the Five Great Nations?
Some of that is answered in this volume of Naruto. I actually had to THINK while reading this book. Normally, I'd just keep reading and I would practically understand. Not in this book! I really had to keep reading to comprehend what they actually meant. Back to the story. In the middle of the book, we get back to Sasuke standing by Kabuto, with Itachi gone. Suigetsu and Jugo break in, telling Sasuke about what they found some chapters ago. I'm not going to tell you what Sasuke does, but really, it surprised me, and I had to think AGAIN.
Towards the end of the book, we get a fighting scene with Kakashi, Guy, Bee, and Naruto. With Naruto being able to control Kurama's power, and with them being friends, he's actually doing really good. Towards the end of the book, we figure out how Tobi does his Transportation Jutsu.
Overall, Naruto is becoming more than just a series. I don't know what I'll do when it ends.
Volume 62 feels the most satisfying volume of the 4th great ninja war arc so far. This is because so many awesome things are packed into it that you can't help but be entertained. There are a number of events that in this volume that reveal the past but also hint at huge things to come in the world of Naruto. For a start, the final piece of the puzzle regarding the night of the Uchia massacre is slotted into place and readers will finally be able to combine what we learn in this volume, with what we previously knew, resulting in a clear picture of that fateful night. Of course, the big question is will Sasuke abandon his hateful vendetta after hearing Itachis final words? Well, I wouldn't say Sasukes actions are crystal clear in this volume but it certainly makes things interesting again, that's for sure.
What else does this volume contain? A short but sweet continuation of the five kages battle with Madara, which proves that Madara may be a step above them. The fight may continue for a while longer yet. But lastly, the best part of the volume for me is the final few chapters with Tobi, Kakashi, Guy and Naruto. Not only is the fight intense but intelligent too; requiring Naruto to think before attacking against an opponent that can end the fight in a instant should he make a wrong move. This is where Tobi's powers are finally explained, thanks to an extremely intelligent pair of eyes. To say anymore would spoil it, so I will end this review with one final enticement. Wondering who Tobi is? This volume strongly hints at his identity and you can't help but get the feeling that all hell will break lose when its revealed in the next volume. Utterly unputdownable this volume of Naruto is a must read!
Once again, I just felt that there is too much Sasuke in this volume and not enough of the other rookie nine. I love the rookie nine (including Guy's team) and don't like to see an entire volume with them left out...especially my favorite, Hinata. She is not in ONE panel in this book...and since she is a much loved character...I would love to see more of her here.
I recommend this volume of Naruto to anyone who loves the superb action, beautiful drawing, and jutsu that Kishimoto has created. The weakness is the lack of any romance at all (I am a guy who likes just a little romance in stories)...which would have added a lot to the Naruto story over the past few years. If you like romance this is not for you...the romantic feeling is all one sided...Hinata loves Naruto and Sakura loves Sasuke...the guys don't seem to notice.
In this volume we finally see the long awaited conclusion to the struggle between Itachi and Sasuke. And what a tearjerker! This is drawn so beautifully and if you think you know the truth behind Itachi's sacrifice, you really need to read this! Even greater: the epic battle between the gokage and Madara still continues and gets even fiercer ( Madara's susano'o!)
+ Naruto, Kakashi sensei and Might Guy have finally found the weakness and secret behind the second Madara, and we get even closer at revealing who this second Madara is! Trust me if you don't know you will be surprised! An excellent book in the series! This may be the beginning of the end!!
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