Has Naruto been discontinued?

Has Naruto been discontinued?

Naruto is one of the longest running anime series of all time, but after nearly 15 years of being on television, the show is coming to an end. It confirmed the final episode of the current Naruto iteration, Naruto Shippuden, will air tomorrow night.

Who is the biggest prodigy in Naruto?

the best child prodigy is obviously Itchi Uchiha. he was 11 years old when he became an anbu blackop. the first time he tried fireball jutsu he aced it. kakashi himself said through time itachi will be stronger than i am.

Does Naruto road to Boruto have all DLC?

NARUTO SHIPPUDEN™: Ultimate Ninja® STORM 4 Road to Boruto concludes the Ultimate Ninja Storm series and collects all of the DLC content packs for Storm 4 and previously exclusive pre-order bonuses!

What is the next Naruto after Naruto?

If you want to go from start to finish, it will take you a very long time but the correct order is: Naruto – the original show (4 seasons), Naruto Shippuden (21 seasons) and then Naruto Boruto (one season but with over 130 episodes).

Why isn’t Naruto considered a prodigy?

No, he wasn’t a prodigy. But he was someone who was willing to work much harder than everyone else, and unlike most people, he actually has the stamina (and later the shadow clones) to make that possible. Notably however, he advances much faster when he works in a private setting.

Who is the Uchiha prodigy?

5 Itachi Uchiha He was born a prodigy and he excelled in everything. It is said that Itachi had the thinking of a Kage even when he was just a kid. Itachi was forced to massacre his entire clan in order to save his little brother.

What episode Naruto became Hokage?

Naruto did not become the Hokage in Naruto Shippuden. “Naruto” becoming Hokage was shown in an OVA- The Day Naruto Became Hokage. They never show that in Naruto Shippuden, But there’s a OVA called “The Day Naruto Became Hokage”, which You can watch via Youtube.

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