A Naruto fan creates the most epic illustration of Kurama and Naruto Uzumaki

All Naruto fans have great affection for its protagonist, Naruto Uzumaki, who, at the beginning of the anime, was a child who was excluded for being the bearer of the fox with the nine tails, but little by little he was gaining affection and respect. of all the members of the village of Konoha, not to mention that he generated a friendship with the terrifying creature within, the Kyubi Kurama.

Something that seems quite curious to us is that when we talk about well-known anime, the first thing that comes to mind is the popular and recognized Naruto. And it is that for no one it is a secret that Naruto has been one of the animes with the greatest relevance worldwide, and even more than Pokémon and other animes of great trajectory.

Of course, within the saga could not miss the most prominent characters and the protagonist: Naruto Uzumaki, although many do not believe it, Naruto, at least in his adult stage is the strongest character in the series, and much of his Almost infinite strength and chakra is due to the beast that inhabits him, which we also know as Kurama or the nine-tailed fox.

And even though the beginning of the relationship between Naruto and Kurama was quite toxic, little by little that relationship turned into a brotherhood. Of course, this fascinating story has opened the doors of imagination for many artists. Therefore, this time, you will see a perfect and emotional illustration that describes the evolution of both anime characters.

Naruto and Kurama’s piece of art

Best of all, we can delve into this work of art made by Wizyakuza, who has shared a photograph on Reddit that reflects a 1.52-meter-high canvas, where you can see the Kyubi Kurama and Naruto Uzumaki.

At first glance you can see how imposing and gigantic Kurama is, who extends his right arm and clasps his hand towards little Naruto. On the other side is Naruto on his back in his child version making the same gesture with his hand.

This illustration may be an allegory to one of the first seasons, where Naruto establishes a conversation and reaches an agreement with Kurama, with which the Kyubi lends him his power to be able to stay alive.