Naruto

shinami

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Ive only seen a couple episodes of naruto. I liked it but never really got into it.
You should see more than a few.. When i decided to give it a shot, after the first i think 4 series i thought " how the hell can anyone like this" .. It looked extremely childish and boring but i forced myself to watch it and i started liking it (except for the parts where some peeps stare at each other for 15 minutes, say 2 words and stare the rest of the episode again.. i hate those episodes ) You should force yourself to watch more than a few series, that's how i came to like it. When you get to shippuuden the series will get more serious and interesting. But IMO you should read the manga. No 15 minute stares there!
 

Miz

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I use to love Naruto when I was like 12 (2 years ago) but now I kind of feel like they are pushing it. Like taking as long as possible to end the manga series so they can still make money. I still love Naruto but I feel that it should end soon before people start hating it.
 
So there dragging it on a bit basically? That's what they do with any popular managa/ anime tho! They need to learn when enough is enough before they ruin it!
 

rover2341

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psh, i agree sorta. but mostly not. some of my favorite shows were only had about 30 episodes. Maybe that's why i enjoyed them so much, but i wouldn't have minded if they made 270 more of them. even if it did water it down to the point i stopped watching it.
 

ReVolver

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I use to love Naruto when I was like 12 (2 years ago) but now I kind of feel like they are pushing it. Like taking as long as possible to end the manga series so they can still make money. I still love Naruto but I feel that it should end soon before people start hating it.
Dragonball GT ring a bell? :rolleyes:
 
psh, i agree sorta. but mostly not. some of my favorite shows were only had about 30 episodes. Maybe that's why i enjoyed them so much, but i wouldn't have minded if they made 270 more of them. even if it did water it down to the point i stopped watching it.
Okay well i agree, some of my favorite anime's are really short and I wish there was more.
 

rover2341

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shippuden is 2.5 years later. So Naruto is 15
So if that's true, then kashsi sensea was only 7 when he became a cho-neen.
Sorry for my lack of spelling. I remember him saying he was 6 years younger then naruto when he past the exams.
 

thewrongvine

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Well, if you don't want too many drags, I watch the anime only (mostly)! :) Less time since the episodes don't go even close to the manga, so not (as much) drag there. And visual action. :D

~Hai-Bye-Vine~
 

Miz

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Well, if you don't want too many drags, I watch the anime only (mostly)! :) Less time since the episodes don't go even close to the manga, so not (as much) drag there. And visual action. :D

~Hai-Bye-Vine~
Anime has Filler Episodes though, and some of those are fine until they keep doing them. Like the entire 2nd part of the 1st series xD
 

DBZ-123

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naruto manga 439 is out its really cool
Naruto goes 8 tails and fourth hokage shows up and tells naruto that hes his dad
all the exciting stuff is starting to happen cant wait for 440
 

rover2341

Is riding a roller coaster...Wee!
Naruto 450 manga
Holy Crap, I think things are going to get very interesting... time to see who backs naruto up... Right when things were getting stale bam! yep that's what it felt like to me but maybe i am just slow.
 

D.V.D

Make a wish
Chapter 454, is cool. Sasuke uses Susano. Only thing I don't get is why doesn't he just run away and get to the elder instead of battling the raikage and kazekage? He could simply escape and kill Danzo really quickly.
 

Battlemapsta

I am the Conduit of Change
Sasuke doesn't know how Danzo looks like. Karin found him but hasn't told Sasuke yet about him plus it'll be difficult for her to tell him since he's in battle.
 
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