Why is Naruto so popular?
Naruto is one of the comics and print cartoons in the Japanese language. This is an ongoing Japanese series that is based on a stand-alone story created by Kishimoto. It was launched in the year 1999 by a major publisher in Japan named Shueisha, in the 43rd issue of a men’s magazine, Weekly ShÃƒ’¦Ã‚nen Jump. Up to this day, volumes of Naruto are continually produced and have now published 51 volumes of the said series.
Written and created by Masashi Kishimoto, Naruto Uzumaki is the name of the lead artist in the series. This young boy has the most powerful tailed beasts that can raise tsunamis and flatten mountains in just a single swipe of his tail. These powerful tailed beasts are also called the Nin-Tailed Demon Fox. It took years for Naruto to know that he is indeed the carrier of the demon fox. As the story goes on, Naruto was able befriend two companion, who later became his teammates. After a series of trainings, Naruto found himself to be aspiring for the highest position in his village called the Hokage. Hokage is deemed in every village as the leader and the most powerful of all. As various conflicts arise due to Naruto’s possession of the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox, Naruto continues to endure as his missions get tougher and his power gets stronger.
Today, Naruto is enjoyed in so many ways. Aside from comics, Naruto is made into an anime series, original video animations, films light novels, playing cards and even art and guidebooks. Naruto’s popularity cannot be stopped. It is because Naruto conveys a truthful twist of scenes that are embellished with humor, action and unique interplay of characters. It has indeed captured the hearts of many Japanese and of the whole world.