Item description for The Naruto Saga: The Unofficial Guide (Mysteries and Secrets Revealed) by Kazuhisa Fujie...
Recently voted the 10th most popular anime series in Japan, Naruto has reached a level of fandom not seen since the days of Akira Toriyama's "Dragonball" in America and abroad. The manga series, created by Masashi Kishimoto in 2002, was an immediate hit selling 40 million copies in Japan alone. "The Naruto Saga" answers many questions that this complex and endlessly fascinating story has raised. Come enter the Hidden Leaf Village and uncover the many secrets of good an evil, never before told, about Naruto and his quest to become the Hokage -- the number one Ninja!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.1" Width: 4.8" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Dec 14, 2006
Publisher DH Publishing
ISBN 193289716X ISBN13 9781932897166
Availability 0 units.
More About Kazuhisa Fujie
Kazuhisa Fujie is an ober otaku and proliferate writer on anime and manga related themes, and author of numerous books in the Mysteries and Secrets Revealed! anime sourcebook series. He lives in Tokyo with his bass guitar and tropical fish.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Naruto Saga: The Unofficial Guide (Mysteries and Secrets Revealed)?
Eh.... Dec 12, 2007
Well I wouldn't give this a perfect rating since some of the facts that were in the book were pretty easy to figure out on your own (like who naruto's parents are, etc.) except that they went more into detail with some of the stuff and found some evidence to make their thoughts for the anime true. The book goes up to about the time where Orochimaru hired the Sound 4 (or Sound 5) to retrive someone (I won't tell you in case your not that far yet) So it's pretty up to date of where the anime is now on Cartoon Network.
Kind of a disappointment Mar 6, 2007
As the title of my review states this book was slightly disappointing. Some of what the authors call "facts" are questionable in my opinion. I was also disappointed that there were no pictures, which might not be an issue for some. Some of the theories come way out of left feild, which are sometimes good for discussion and other times mind boggleing. Since there is no discription for this book I will add some brife facts. This book's information is based on Japan's manga up to the time-skip. So there are definent spoilers for American audiences. So this review has been mostly negative, but I still give it three stars.