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Naruto Set 1 Blu-ray

2.5 star rating out of 5
2 Reviews
SKU: 782009246794

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About Naruto Set 1 Blu-ray

Naruto Set 1 contains episodes 1-27 of the anime directed by Hayato Date.

The little ninja that changed the world finally comes to Blu-ray! Journey back to a simpler time when Naruto was a little scamp pulling pranks and defacing monuments. A social outcast with the dreaded Nine-Tailed Fox Spirit locked inside of him, Naruto's infectious optimism and never-give-up attitude propels him towards the path of greatness. Relive the outrageous beginnings of a generation of ninja that would go on to become legends!

Special Features: Interview with Maile Flanagan, English Voice of Naruto, Clean Opening and Ending, Trailers, English Credits.


  • Publisher: VIZ
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Fantasy
  • Themes: Adventure, Battles
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 630
  • Year Created: 2002
  • Release Date: 11/3/2020
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

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4 star rating out of 5

The beginning of a ninja's journey... in HD this time ;)

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Nostalgic goodness packed in this first out of eight sets for an awesome shounen experience.

This product comes with four blu-ray discs w/ bonus material. The episodes are presented in 4:3 ratio and the picture quality has improved, making details more defined. However, very few scenes from this release are muddy where the remastered video does not improve and may seem worse compared to the DVDs and perhaps not the smoothest frame rate. This did not completely distract from my experience but it may vary with another. There are four audio tracks that make it very easy to change while viewing this content. I would absolutely recommend this anime to fans of the series and I'm glad that this was finally released in HD glory.

1 star rating out of 5

A Pointless "Remaster"

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This new "remaster" of Naruto offers no real measurable improvements over Viz's prior releases, and in some ways it can be argued to be a step down. With an inflated price tag ($40, really?) and video quality that is just as bad if not worse than the DVDs, this release is a landmark in Viz's utter disregard for its consumers.

You don't even have to go beyond episode 1 to notice this is just a poor upscale job, with it looking almost identical to the DVDs from a decade ago.

If you really want Naruto, just buy the DVD sets, they have cheaper packaging but, they're ultimately an identical product. It's another absurdity that Viz had the gall to release 8 volumes of Naruto like the DVD volumes, instead of an SD on BD, as there's no benefit gained from this remaster. Just compare this to the passion put into Discotek's Fist of the North Star SD on BD, 3 discs for around 150 episodes.

An utterly shameful release.