Naruto Shippuden Set 38 DVD Uncut

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About Naruto Shippuden Set 38 DVD Uncut

Naruto Shippuden set 38 Uncut contains anime episodes 487-500 of the anime directed by Chiaki Kon,Toshinori Watanabe and Masahiko Murata.

It's the final Naruto Shippuden box set! The Fourth Great Ninja War is over, and now the Hidden Leaf ninja return to their daily lives. Some tackle dangerous work - like Sasuke, who tries to uncover the truth about mysterious exploding humans. Others, like Shikamaru, face the difficulty of adjusting to a postwar life. And for Naruto and Hinata, it's wedding bells!

Special Features: Art Gallery, Storyboards, Clean Opening, Clean Endings, English Credits, Interview with English voice of Naruto

Details

  • Publisher: VIZ
  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Fantasy
  • Themes: Adventure, Battles
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 323
  • Year Created: 2007
  • Release Date: 6/11/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: 1

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An excellent show ends with a great idea but a poor execution

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Naruto Shippuden has been an excellent series and fun (save a few filler arcs) and like most I thought it would end after the Great Ninja War leaving the Last Naruto Movie and Boruto as the next few starting points. Instead they show what happens after the war taking the focus off of Naruto and putting it on the others. Sasuke and Shikamaru get their own arc with them dealing with the aftermath of the war Sasuke on his path to redemption and Shikamaru on his new role in the village and the future of shinobi in general... both great ideas with interesting new characters but they seem to fall flat partway through and can't really save themselves. The final arc deals with Naruto and Hinata's wedding with their friends reflecting on their lives and friendships. This one I have mixed feelings about as it was a great way to end the series but at the same time this was definitely a more silly arc in both art style and storytelling. Still, it felt like a loving sendoff so I can't hate it.