Naruto, Vol. 2 Paperback – Nov 19 2003
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About the Author
Masashi Kishimoto made his debut in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1999 with Naruto, which became a big hit with both boys and girls. Kishimoto added a modern flavour to the ancient world of Japanese ninja to make Naruto one of the most popular series in Japan.
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1) The translators switch about 3/4 of the way through the book. Even knowing this, I did not notice the switch at all when I read the book, so I don't think it is much of a big deal.
2) There aren't as many cool things between chapters, like about the author or the characters. There are a couple of those things, but most chapters don't have them.
3) There is a lot more explanation of things, such as Chakra, the Shinobi nations, what a Hokage is, etc. They take time out of the story to explain these things to the reader, but they fit the lessons in nicely because Naruto doesn't know anything!
4) The covers aren't quite as good as the first volume, mainly because Naruto and Sakura are making various stupid faces, but that doesn't really matter.
Before I read this book, I was afraid that it wouldn't live up in quality to the first volume. After reading it, I am convinced that it is similar in quality. If you liked Naruto: Tests of the Ninja, you should definitely buy this book!
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Hey, if you're a naruto fan this book is very entertaining and fun to read.Also this book will keep you itching to learn what kind of mission naruto and his friends have to do... Read morePublished on Feb. 18 2004
Naruto is my favorite anime/manga I've seen so far, and it's gonna keep us going for another 2/3 years (at the rate SJ is going). Read morePublished on Dec 26 2003 by Jared Pettitt