Naruto anime goes back in time with 20th anniversary art and logo

2022 will be the 20th anniversary of the Naruto the anime’s premiere, and Shueisha outlined her plans to celebrate the series’ big anniversary at this year’s Jump Festa.

the Boruto the presentation at the event kicked off a look back at the last 20 years of its prequel series, Naruto. The recap video covered the events of the original Naruto anime, as well as its post-timeskip continuation, Naruto shippuden. The nostalgic look at the series showed Naruto’s evolution from Konohagakure’s outcast to his gradual growth as a World War 4 Shinobi hero, and the eventual fulfillment of his lifelong dream of becoming the Seventh Hokage. The recap video also focused on his intense friendship and complex rivalry with Sasuke Uchiha, culminating in the brutal battle of the two former classmates in the Valley of the End.

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A new logo for the series’ 20th anniversary has been revealed, which shows Naruto through three stages of his life: as he first appeared at the start of the series, as a teenager during the Shippuden era of anime, and finally, as he appears as an adult at the end of the original anime and during the Boruto series of suites. The panel promised more events and announcements in the future to celebrate the anniversary of the series. A new art of an adult Naruto reassuring his youngster has also been revealed to him.

the Naruto the anime debuted in 2022. The series was produced by Pierrot, an animation studio that became known for its adaptations of popular shonen manga, including Bleach, Black Clover, and Tokyo Ghoul. The studio also produced the Naruto shippuden anime, and the ongoing television adaptation of its sequel series, Boruto: The Next Generations Of Naruto.

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Jump Festa is an annual event organized by publisher Shueisha to celebrate the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine and the many successful anime and manga franchises that originally appeared on its pages. While last year’s festival was slated to take place entirely online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s party is a hybrid event: in-person activities take place at the Makurahi Messe Convention Center in Chiba, in Japan, but the event is also organized broadcast to some regions via Weekly Shonen Jumpthe official website and YouTube channel of.

Naruto was established by Masashi Kishimoto in 1999 and was one of the Weekly Shonen Jumpthe biggest hits of during the anime boom of the early 2000s. The series is the fourth best-selling manga of all time, with over a quarter of a billion copies in circulation. Naruto and Naruto shippuden are available to stream on Netflix, Crunchyroll and Funimation, while new episodes of the Boruto the anime are broadcast simultaneously via Crunchyroll.

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Source : Jump Festa, Twitter

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