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The series that sold over million manga copies, winning handful of awards along the way. An anime that ranked as one of the most watched series in Japan that got tarnished by a greedy studio and has received tons of internet backlash throughout the years. Let me start off by saying Naruto is by no means a flawless anime.
It's the exact opposite. The series had too many fillers. Sometimes the animation quality was below par and pacing can be painfully slow at times.
But please bear with me here. I'm going to tell you why it has been the best experience an anime gave me in my entire life and dig into what made the series popular and also its flaws. While it's not bad, it's certainly no Berserk. But what it is, is beautiful probably not the word that can be often used to describe a shounen animebut it really is.
It's unpredictable, it's thrilling, it plays with your emotions, it's funny, it's tragic, it's sometimes downright frustrating but it is, more than anything, wondrous and fun.
This is series gets more mature themes and darker tones as the series progresses. Let's start with the filler.
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The amount of filler in this show is staggering. The issues that lies within the filler episodes is that they are not allowed to make any significant changes to the story or specifically its characters.
This being a mainly character driven plot, this becomes a huge issue because any significant event in fillers could affect the characters so they can't move ahead the plotline at all. This is worsened by the below par writing for these filler episode as they are not written by the original author Masashi Kishimoto himself.
However, there are exceptions for this. Some of the filler episodes can be genuinely enjoyable but those are few and far between. The fact that filler can't move the plot along fuels the second big flaw.
Aside from what I've said above, even some of the non-filler episodes are very slow paced. This is mainly only an issue at the start of the series. If you're into characters chilling down and wasting a lot of time, this may sit well with you. But even then some of these episodes might be below par for your taste.
Once the series kicks it into high gear around 70th episode, it mostly manages to keep that pace up. Now that we got the flaws out of the way, let's talk positives. The main strength of the series is its characters, who drive the plot which we will discuss in detail later.
After the first 70 episodes, things begin to get lot more interesting really fast. The world of shinobi gets expanded exponentially, and if you're a fan of deep lore in stories, this will fit right in your wheel house because it begins to explore the roots of the world and its history very deeply.
One thing that this series does very well is explaining its concepts to the viewer. The techniques that characters use and how the things in shinobi world works are explained in detail. Also, the concept of Chakra and what a versatile power system it is compared to other shounen series really stands out.
The amount of themes explored in the series are vast. It explores all the basic themes of a typical shounen and as it goes on it delves into themes such as the nature of humans, self sacrifice, discrimination, manipulation, roots of war and peace, difference of perceptions, the line between good and evil, and alienation.
It manages to deal with all these themes without abandoning the shounen type feel or becoming it pretentious. Something that the author, Kishimoto, really excels at is setting up events.
For example, during the early episodes of Naruto the prequel to this showhe started setting up major events that happened in the last of Shippuden. In the beginning, we look over these little details and minor events and have no idea that they are going to have such an impact later in the series, and when it all comes together in the end, you feel so satisfied.
Most of the times these events and twists will take you by surprise and maybe you'll have fun trying to figure out them before they happen as Kishimoto drops clues for you to pick up throughout the entire series. The last arc of the series has been very controversial as the constant change of antagonists has irritated some of the viewers.
But in all honesty, all of the antagonists that were presented had different motives that drove them to do what they do and distinctively different from each other which made them very enjoyable. That being said, the final part of the war arc was really disappointing as the final villain of the series is the worst character that the series had to offer.
Being a battle shounen ,of course there are going to be battles, and this is one area that the series really shines. To put it blatantly, Naruto has the best combat scenes I've ever witnessed in an anime.Looking for information on the anime Naruto: Shippuuden (Naruto: Shippuden)?
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