Naruto is a manga series written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto and is, so far, one of the most successful franchises in the world. It was published for the first time in September 1999 and later the anime adaptation was made. From its charismatic protagonist who has won the hearts of fans to its complex, but moving plot, it managed to capture the attention of an international audience. However, if we agree on one thing, it is that it is difficult not to recognize Naruto’s characteristic career wherever he is seen.
That is why many of his fans have decided to pay tribute to his favorite series in many ways. And when it comes to creativity, there seem to be no limits. Recently a Reddit user named jazzyart He shared an illustration made by himself, where he mixes Naruto and Kurama in a very original design.
The reaction of multiple users was immediate. Voted with 98%, the comments on it were very positive. Among them, there were several who admired the hard work of the artist behind this illustrationas well as pointing out how appropriate these colors were to represent our favorite ninja and Kurama, the tailed beast within Naruto, considered the most powerful of the nine beasts created by the Sage of the Six Paths.
What is Naruto about?
Naruto tells the story of a teenage ninja named Naruto Uzumakithat was orphaned after the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox Attack. The main story follows the adventures of Naruto, together with Sasuke Uchiha and Sakura Haruno, with whom he forms “Team 7”, with whom he studies at the Ninja Academy.
Along with developing many skills worthy of a hero, His greatest mission in life was always to become Hokage. (or the leader of your village), to gain recognition from your village and your peers. But while this is going on, it shows his worth at every opportunity he gets throughout the story. And despite being considered as a joking and fun boy, he will take his discipline in the ninja apprenticeship of the village very seriously.
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