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Naruto is a young shinobi with an incorrigible knack for mischief. He's got a wild sense of humor, but Naruto is completely serious about his mission to be the world's greatest ninja! Naruto is a young shinobi with an incorrigible knack for mischief. He's got a wild sense of humor, but Naruto is completely serious about his mission to be the world's greatest ninja!


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Naruto is a young shinobi with an incorrigible knack for mischief. He's got a wild sense of humor, but Naruto is completely serious about his mission to be the world's greatest ninja! Naruto is a young shinobi with an incorrigible knack for mischief. He's got a wild sense of humor, but Naruto is completely serious about his mission to be the world's greatest ninja!

30 review for Naruto, Vol. 43: The Man with the Truth

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ahmad Sharabiani

    Naruto, Vol. 43: The Man with the Truth (Naruto, #43), Masashi Kishimoto Naruto is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto. It tells the story of Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja who seeks recognition from his peers and dreams of becoming the Hokage, the leader of his village. The Man with the Truth: To bring the battle to a swift end, Sasuke conjures up a bolt of lightning to strike Itachi down. Itachi survives the attack, but after removing Orochimaru from Sasuke's bod Naruto, Vol. 43: The Man with the Truth (Naruto, #43), Masashi Kishimoto Naruto is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto. It tells the story of Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja who seeks recognition from his peers and dreams of becoming the Hokage, the leader of his village. The Man with the Truth: To bring the battle to a swift end, Sasuke conjures up a bolt of lightning to strike Itachi down. Itachi survives the attack, but after removing Orochimaru from Sasuke's body, he dies. Tobi collects Sasuke to tend to his injuries, and Naruto, having lost Sasuke's trail, is forced to return home. Once Sasuke regains consciousness, Tobi tells him of the Uchiha's history: that after he, Madara Uchiha, helped to found Konoha alongside the future First Hokage Hashirama Senju, a mistrust between Konoha's leadership and the Uchiha was created over the generations with the Nine-Tails worsening it. When years later the Uchiha began planning to overthrow this leadership, Itachi was ordered by Konoha to eliminate his own clan to prevent the Uchiha clan's rebellion. While Itachi did as instructed, he chose to spare Sasuke and lived as a criminal while lying to Sasuke so that Sasuke could someday kill him to avenge their family and become a hero. At some point, Itachi contracted an incurable disease that shortened his lifespan considerably, yet he forced himself to stay alive so he could die by Sasuke's hands. Realizing that Itachi was as much of a victim as he was, Sasuke heads out to destroy Konoha. تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز بیست و ششم ماه دسامبر سال 2018میلادی؛ عنوان: مرد راستین (با حقیقت)؛ جلد چهل و سوم ناروتو؛ نویسنده ماساشی کی‌شی‌موتو؛ داستانهای مانگا و تصویری از هنرمندان ژاپنی - سده 21م در کتاب چهل و سوم برای پایان دادن سریع به نبرد، ساسوکه یک رعد و برق میاندازد تا ایتاچی را به زمین بیندازد و ...؛ ناروتو نام یک سری مانگای پرطرفدار «ژاپنی» است، که توسط «ماساشی کیشیموتو» نوشته و مصورسازی شده ‌است، و بر اساس آن چندین مجموعه تلویزیونی «انیمه»، «لایت ناول»، «بازی ویدئویی»، و «کارت بازی» نیز ساخته شده ‌است؛ نخستین قسمت «مانگای ناروتو» در شمارهٔ چهل و سوم از هفته ‌نامه «شونن جامپ»، در سال 1999میلادی، توسط انتشارات «شوئیشا» به چاپ رسید، و چاپ آن تا امروز هنوز هم ادامه دارد؛ مجموعه تلویزیونی «انیمهٔ ناروتو» توسط استودیو «پیرو» تهیه می‌گردد؛ نخستین قسمت «انیمهٔ ناروتو» به تاریخ روز سوم ماه اکتبر سال 2002میلادی، از شبکهٔ تلویزیونی «تی‌وی توکیو» پخش شد؛ سری نخست از «انیمهٔ ناروتو» شامل دویست و بیست قسمت است؛ سری دوم این مجموعه نیز، با نام «ناروتو: شیپودن»، از تاریخ روز پانزدهم ماه فوریه سال 2007میلادی، تا روز بیست و سوم از ماه مارس سال 2017میلادی، در پانصد قسمت پخش شد؛ علاوه بر مجموعه ‌های «انیمه»، استودیو «پیرو» تاکنون یازده فیلم سینمایی، و چندین انیمیشن ویدیوئی نیز تهیه کرده ‌است؛ با به پایان رسیدن مجموعه «مانگا» و «انیمه»، ادامه ی داستان توسط پسر «ناروتو»، «بوروتو اوزوماکی» در «بوروتو: ناروتو نسل‌های بعدی» دنبال می‌شود، که قصد دارد، در ازای پیگیری رویاهای پدر خویش، راه «نینجایی» خود را دنبال کند؛ درون‌مایهٔ داستان «ناروتو» بیشتر دربارهٔ «نینجا»های دارای قدرت‌های فراطبیعی، و استفادهٔ آن‌ها از «چاکرا» برای جنگیدن است؛ شخصیت اصلی این ماجرا «نینجایی» نوجوان، و پرشور و شوق، به نام «ناروتو اوزوماکی» است، که تلاش دارد، توجه و احترام اطرافیانش را، نسبت به خود جلب کند؛ بزرگ‌ترین آرزوی وی این است، که روزی «هوکاگه (بالاترین مقامی که یک نینجا می‌تواند در کونوها، وطن ناروتو به‌ دست ‌آورد)» بشود؛ و اما داستان: دوازده سال پیش از آغاز داستان، موجودی شرور، و افسانه ‌ای به نام «کیوبی (روباهی غول پیکر با نه دم)» به «کونوها» یورش می‌برد؛ چهارمین «هوکاگه»، با استفاده از یک طلسم، و قربانی کردن خود، موفق می‌شود «کیوبی» را، داخل بدن «ناروتو»ی تازه به ‌دنیا آمده، مهر و موم کند؛ «ناروتو» پسری یتیم است، و بیشتر مردم و بزرگسالان «کونوها»، او را همان «کیوبی» می‌بینند، و از او بیزار هستند؛ بنا به فرمان «هوکاگهٔ سوم» هیچ‌کس حق ندارد، در مورد رویداد یورش «کیوبی» سخنی بگوید؛ برای همین همسالان «ناروتو»، و همچنین خودش، چیزی در این مورد نمی‌دانند؛ با این وجود، به ‌علت دیدگاه و رفتار بزرگسالان، و تأثیر این رفتار بر روی فرزندانشان، «ناروتو» دوران کودکی خود را، بدون هرگونه رابطهٔ صمیمانه، و دوستی سپری می‌کند؛ نتیجه اینکه، «ناروتو» برای جلب توجه، دست به انواع و اقسام شیطنت، و خرابکاری می‌زند؛ در آغاز «ناروتو» بدترین شاگرد مدرسهٔ «نینجا»ها است؛ اما با تلاش فراوان، تواناییهای خودش را گسترش می‌دهد، و آموزش خود را به پایان می‌رساند؛ پس از آزادی از آموزش، «نینجا»های تازه کار و نوآموز، در گروه‌های سه نفره، دسته بندی می‌شوند؛ «ناروتو» نیز، به همراه «ساسوکه اوچیها (بهترین شاگرد مدرسه)» و «ساکورا هارونو (که ناروتو او را دوست میدارد)» در یک گروه قرار می‌گیرند؛ آموزش آن‌ها را هم «کاکاشی هاتاکه»، یکی از بهترین «نینجا»های «کونوها (که همیشه ماسکی بر صورت دارد)»؛ بر دوش می‌گیرد؛ و ...؛ تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 20/01/1400هجری خورشیدی؛ ا. شربیانی

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    I will not use fancy gifs in this review. One sentence shall be said: I have never cried this hard in my life.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bradley

    And here's the moment of truth. Itachi is such a bad-ass, and the fight only serves to prove how far Sasuke has come to avenge his clan, of how powerful he is and how many sacrifices he's taken. I loved the Karin move, but I loved how snakeboy got sealed even more. What a twist in the character sheet! But above all, it was Itachi's end that carried the volume on to great heights. (Now is that because I'm anticipating the next volume? Or is it because there was enough backstory to make it precious And here's the moment of truth. Itachi is such a bad-ass, and the fight only serves to prove how far Sasuke has come to avenge his clan, of how powerful he is and how many sacrifices he's taken. I loved the Karin move, but I loved how snakeboy got sealed even more. What a twist in the character sheet! But above all, it was Itachi's end that carried the volume on to great heights. (Now is that because I'm anticipating the next volume? Or is it because there was enough backstory to make it precious? Who knows. I certainly can't tell anymore.)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    One of the most heartbreaking reveals in the series with Sasuke and Itachi going up against each other until the former learns the true secret of his older brother. Yours truly, Lashaan | Blogger and Book Reviewer Official blog: https://bookidote.com/ One of the most heartbreaking reveals in the series with Sasuke and Itachi going up against each other until the former learns the true secret of his older brother. Yours truly, Lashaan | Blogger and Book Reviewer Official blog: https://bookidote.com/

  5. 5 out of 5

    Nayab

    I have always been obsessed with Itachi Uchiha. Everything about him was memorable. Including his tragic death. By far one of the most shocking ends to the life of Itachi Uchiha, and how one poke on the forehead could answer many heart-warming questions.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kulwinder Singh

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I think this is the longest volume so far with around 250 pages. This volume was all about earth-shattering revelations and bad choices. Itachi's odyssey clearly showed his resolve and love for Konoha. He killed the entire Uchiha clan just so that the peace continue to persevere in his homeland for many generations to come. I can't even begin to imagine how he managed to bear this heavy burden all alone for such a long time while keeping his emotions in check. It came as a shock that Itachi actu I think this is the longest volume so far with around 250 pages. This volume was all about earth-shattering revelations and bad choices. Itachi's odyssey clearly showed his resolve and love for Konoha. He killed the entire Uchiha clan just so that the peace continue to persevere in his homeland for many generations to come. I can't even begin to imagine how he managed to bear this heavy burden all alone for such a long time while keeping his emotions in check. It came as a shock that Itachi actually was a peace-loving shinobi and he never let his mask slip in front of anyone. And after learning the truth about Itachi, Sasuke is about to unleash hell on Konoha. Without a doubt, this is one of the shocking plot-twist ever! No wonder, this volume has an exceptionally high average rating!

  7. 4 out of 5

    4ryonwillis

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Manga a place where a artist’s inner self is exposed through small pictures on a black and white paper in a small book form. To date in my honest opinion Masashi Kishimoto (Naruto) has earned my respect as a true manga artist with his masterful plot and character backgrounds. This particular plot is the one were I like the best is the one between two brothers Sasuke and Itachi Uchiha. On the one side Sasuke wishes to avenge his clan by killing those responsible whose is his brother Itachi. Itach Manga a place where a artist’s inner self is exposed through small pictures on a black and white paper in a small book form. To date in my honest opinion Masashi Kishimoto (Naruto) has earned my respect as a true manga artist with his masterful plot and character backgrounds. This particular plot is the one were I like the best is the one between two brothers Sasuke and Itachi Uchiha. On the one side Sasuke wishes to avenge his clan by killing those responsible whose is his brother Itachi. Itachi on the other side wants to measure his capacity and take his brother Sasuke’s eyes due to hidden circumstances unknown to Sasuke. Avenger and black sheep only one brother can win and continue the bloodline. Sasuke one of the last Uchiha’s is one of the last ninja in his clan with a kekkai genkai(a bloodline trait found only in the Uchiha Clan) that gives their eyes special abilities. Abilities that they possess are copying their opponent’s movements which are Ninjutsu, Genjutsu(illusion attacks) and Taijutsu (physical attacks) are just some of the things that this clan possess. With this kekkai genkai the sharingan he wishes to gain the level of sharingan mastery that his brother possessed the mangekyou sharingan a level you achieve through a cruel method. Itachi has obtained this level of sharingan by drowning his best friend giving his brother’s sharingan a stronger array of jutsu that he could use with his eyes. Gaining this immense power comes at a price though the loss of your vision. Sasuke one of the last pureblooded Uchiha’s left after the Uchiha Clan massacre where Itachi and an unknown assailant wiped out their entire clan. Sasuke coming home after school finds hhis clan completely silent and runs to the main household, which was his house. As he was coming to their room he hears a struggle and opens the door to find his mother and father become executed by no one other than is brother Itachi. Enraged Sasuke charges at Itachi with murderous intent trying to stop him and gets caught in Itachi’s mangekyou sharingan technique the Tsukuyomi(The Nightmare Realm) and watches in horror as he witnesses each member of his clan become mutilated even his mom and dad again repeatedly for three days. Awakening from this shortly and exhausted Sasuke runs away from Itachi but he catches Sasuke effortlessly and tells him”You…aren’t even worth killing. Baby brother, your’re pathetic. If you want to kill me…settle for…hating me…Hate me and live like the coward you are! Clinging to life without honor!” in a dark and foreboding voice, forcing Sasuke to be the avenger of the Uchiha Clan to get stronger and confront him again and kill him. Itachi Uchiha a man with so many skeletons in his closet he can start a war within his village. Murdering his best friend and girlfriend in cold blood to achieve the mangekyou sharingan and killing his clan for reasons unknown. Then joining other S-rank (highest rank from D toS rank) in a ninja group called Akatsuki meaning “Dawn” or”Daybreak” because there is safety in numbers doing small crook jobs for money. Now he has a new goal he wants to kill his brother to take his eyes and replace them in his own body to achieve an inextinguishable sharingan and prevent him from the fate of being blind going as far to call his brother his spare in the middle of the fight. Nearing the end of this family feud Itachi dies of exhaustion and an disease that has been killing him slowly the entire fight leaving Sasuke angry because he still bears hatred towards him. Finally dying he say to his brother Sasuke “Sorry Sasuke there will be no next time.”. Losing one of this manga’s most talked about characters just showing you this crazy series is coming to an close soon.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Devan, Sarcasm Expert

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. SPOILER ALERT I gave my review a five star because in this volume the author reveals something special. He finally ends up giving his reader that long awaited battle between brothers Itachi and Sasuke. The author keeps you going back and forth unsure who really wins the battle. He wrote about a perfect battle filled of powerful moves, blood, and a story past all the illusions. Sasuke finally revives his revenge after all the blood and betrayal, yet that's not the most important part. In this volu SPOILER ALERT I gave my review a five star because in this volume the author reveals something special. He finally ends up giving his reader that long awaited battle between brothers Itachi and Sasuke. The author keeps you going back and forth unsure who really wins the battle. He wrote about a perfect battle filled of powerful moves, blood, and a story past all the illusions. Sasuke finally revives his revenge after all the blood and betrayal, yet that's not the most important part. In this volume after Sasuke's victory it reveals his brothers side of the story. That reason behind Itachi's destruction of his family was due the love he had for his brother and his hatred of war. This reveal makes Sasuke's long awaited victory so bitter sweet. For Masashi Kishoto to give us that side, and depth of the such hated character truly shows no one is really a villan.

  9. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    The truth is shown but not before Sasuke and Itachi go out it one final time. The fight here actually works. Even the dramatic build up to the "ultimate" attack from Sasuke, the last few smaller attacks, the epic summon, all of it worked because you feel the desperation of this guy trying to really murder his brother. The second half deals with the fallout and oh my, secrets are reveal. Some I could have guessed, some feel a bit lying, but the heart of it worked really well to help build Sasuke The truth is shown but not before Sasuke and Itachi go out it one final time. The fight here actually works. Even the dramatic build up to the "ultimate" attack from Sasuke, the last few smaller attacks, the epic summon, all of it worked because you feel the desperation of this guy trying to really murder his brother. The second half deals with the fallout and oh my, secrets are reveal. Some I could have guessed, some feel a bit lying, but the heart of it worked really well to help build Sasuke up and give him a new mission. I will say I am eager now to see where Sasuke goes. From a few volumes ago I was tired of his bitching and complaining and was hoping he would get a new goal soon and he finally has one. Poor naruto group feels lost on their next mission but they might have a new enemy very soon. A 4 out of 5.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Soul

    I must say it is and it will forever be(fingers crossed) my favorite Manga novel read. the way Masashi Kishimoto described the characters is just awesome, you get to see them growing up, becoming responsible... powerful... and it is not just characters, The plot itself is so much bigger... u simply can't get enough of it. and add to that, u get more than just entertainment, you learn... what is responsibility, respect, kindness, friendship... so it is not just a manga it is a way of living... The sprite I must say it is and it will forever be(fingers crossed) my favorite Manga novel read. the way Masashi Kishimoto described the characters is just awesome, you get to see them growing up, becoming responsible... powerful... and it is not just characters, The plot itself is so much bigger... u simply can't get enough of it. and add to that, u get more than just entertainment, you learn... what is responsibility, respect, kindness, friendship... so it is not just a manga it is a way of living... The sprite of never giving up!!! NARUTO!!!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lucy

    I loved this :D It's a very dark and slightly disturbing look into Itachi's and Sasuke's past. Also it takes a look into the past of the Uchida clan. I thought it was very dramatic, and the deaths in this manga were ones I already knew would happen. It was still a bit melancholy and sad when said character lost his life (almost a spoiler :P ) There is a major turning point at the end of the manga (one I also knew would happen.) I loved the way everything was drawn, with so much expression and em I loved this :D It's a very dark and slightly disturbing look into Itachi's and Sasuke's past. Also it takes a look into the past of the Uchida clan. I thought it was very dramatic, and the deaths in this manga were ones I already knew would happen. It was still a bit melancholy and sad when said character lost his life (almost a spoiler :P ) There is a major turning point at the end of the manga (one I also knew would happen.) I loved the way everything was drawn, with so much expression and emotion in the character's faces. Mr. Kishimoto has outdone himself on this manga! :D

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    Never understood why so many HATE Sasuke. I get how frustrating he can be but you'd have to be heartless to say that considering how his past warped him. Sasuke never chose to better himself like Naruto, so he is at fault. But you can't dismiss how much he suffered. As well as Itachi. Never understood why so many HATE Sasuke. I get how frustrating he can be but you'd have to be heartless to say that considering how his past warped him. Sasuke never chose to better himself like Naruto, so he is at fault. But you can't dismiss how much he suffered. As well as Itachi.

  13. 4 out of 5

    KennyN

    Sooo Sad That Itachi Died

  14. 5 out of 5

    Karl Marberger

    Amazing volume.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Anusha Narasimhan

    40 volumes of wanting Itachi dead, I'm finally happy that Sasuske won. I almost rejoice Itachi's death, but a few more pages later, I'm mourning for him. He is now one of my favourite characters. This feels worse than the deaths of Asuma and Jiraiya. Full manga review at https://anushanarasimhan.com/2015/12/... 40 volumes of wanting Itachi dead, I'm finally happy that Sasuske won. I almost rejoice Itachi's death, but a few more pages later, I'm mourning for him. He is now one of my favourite characters. This feels worse than the deaths of Asuma and Jiraiya. Full manga review at https://anushanarasimhan.com/2015/12/...

  16. 5 out of 5

    Xuefranklin

    totally awesome Itachi dies

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lord

    Amazing volume with a shocking revelation about Konoha's past. Amazing volume with a shocking revelation about Konoha's past.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Kurisunkal

    I thought is sad how Itachi just died and Saskue finds out the truth. I think it's crazy in the end that Saskue wants to destory Konha(can't spell!) I hope it's only to kill Danzo, no the others! I thought is sad how Itachi just died and Saskue finds out the truth. I think it's crazy in the end that Saskue wants to destory Konha(can't spell!) I hope it's only to kill Danzo, no the others!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nonah

    This is soo sad, all that Itachi did to protect his little brother D; Why?!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Rahul Nath

    The single greatest volume in the Naruto series imo. Sad that after this, the story started going downhill, what with the Pain arc and the Great Ninja War. However, the aftermath non-considering, the shock value, emotional impact and awesomeness of this volume can't be denied. This is the pinnacle of storytelling Masashi Kishimoto achieved in his manga. As we read earlier, Uchiha Sasuke, one of the last two remaining members of the legendary Uchiha clan, left his home village few years ago thereb The single greatest volume in the Naruto series imo. Sad that after this, the story started going downhill, what with the Pain arc and the Great Ninja War. However, the aftermath non-considering, the shock value, emotional impact and awesomeness of this volume can't be denied. This is the pinnacle of storytelling Masashi Kishimoto achieved in his manga. As we read earlier, Uchiha Sasuke, one of the last two remaining members of the legendary Uchiha clan, left his home village few years ago thereby becoming a missing-nin in the pursuit of greater power to achieve his life's goal- revenge for his dead parents and clan by killing his older brother Itachi. This volume mainly deals with the long awaited confrontation between the brothers. After two and a half years with Orochimaru and that fantastic (and often, underrated) battle with Deidara, Sasuke's confidence is at its peak and all his abilities are tested to the limit against his prodigious brother. The fight itself is fantastically done. This is the last great fight in Naruto where actual ninja techniques are showcased, rather than the DBZ-esque battles in subsequent volumes. With the Uchiha brothers involved, you can be guaranteed to some never seen before genjutsu battles, along with the full extent of Itachi's Mangekyo Sharingan techniques and Sasuke's new and as yet, undisclosed powers. Also, the battle scenes are interspersed with flashbacks, as is Kishimoto's trademark style, to add to the emotions and show more of the bond these brothers shared and how it all snapped that fateful night. You do get the feeling that something is not as it seems while reading. There has to be more to Itachi's motivations for annihilating his entire clan other than simply testing his strength and sparing his little brother's life. When all is said and done and the truth is revealed, it hits you full force like a giant tornado, wiping the ground beneath your feet and making a certain someone's entire life and existence so hollow, you cannot feel anything but pity for the lost soul. Towards the end, another major character for the remaining arcs is revealed that piques your interest for the next volume. All in all, this volume sums up all the factors that make Naruto inarguably the most widely read manga in the world. Here's wishing all of the remaining volumes in this epic shape up as good because these characters deserve a beautiful and fitting conclusion. Arigato Gozaimasu!!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Aja: The Narcoleptic Ninja

    Probably another favorite of mine. The first time I was reading Naruto back in middle school and high school, I stopped reading here for a very long time. It was one of the first times (if not THE first time) that a character's death effected me so much. I could not, would not, did not WANT to process any of it because my favorite character died and his story is just so heart breaking. I don't think I've ever cried so much from reading. And yes, I cried again. A lot. It's impossible for me not t Probably another favorite of mine. The first time I was reading Naruto back in middle school and high school, I stopped reading here for a very long time. It was one of the first times (if not THE first time) that a character's death effected me so much. I could not, would not, did not WANT to process any of it because my favorite character died and his story is just so heart breaking. I don't think I've ever cried so much from reading. And yes, I cried again. A lot. It's impossible for me not to cry really... even if I DO know what happens next. Even this time around it's hard for me to want to continue reading and not pick up something else for a while, and I think it's pretty incredible for writing to affect me that way.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jennie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The awesomeness of this cannot be put into words. But I will try. In this volume, the face-off between Sasuke and Itachi finally comes and ends. After defeating Itachi, Madara comes and tells Sasuke that Itachi killed the clan to maintain peace, but he could not manage to kill Sasuke. I personally found this very sad, and touching. Itachi's last words were particulary meaningful. This was the volume that made me like Itachi so much. However, I did find it ironic, because after all Itachi did for Kon The awesomeness of this cannot be put into words. But I will try. In this volume, the face-off between Sasuke and Itachi finally comes and ends. After defeating Itachi, Madara comes and tells Sasuke that Itachi killed the clan to maintain peace, but he could not manage to kill Sasuke. I personally found this very sad, and touching. Itachi's last words were particulary meaningful. This was the volume that made me like Itachi so much. However, I did find it ironic, because after all Itachi did for Konoha and Sasuke, Sasuke decides to go and destroy Konaha.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Meaghan

    I've already seen this part in the anime, so I knew what was coming, but oh, it gets me every time. This is officially my favorite volume so far. Without giving away anything, Sasuke learns a great deal about himself, his clan, The Leaf, and his brother, Itachi that really changes him overall. A great read and wonderfully done. I've already seen this part in the anime, so I knew what was coming, but oh, it gets me every time. This is officially my favorite volume so far. Without giving away anything, Sasuke learns a great deal about himself, his clan, The Leaf, and his brother, Itachi that really changes him overall. A great read and wonderfully done.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Maldini

    This book is amazing, because there is a whole lot of action and sasuke figures out the truth about his brother. Also, he meets an unexpected guest who helps him in some way and other than that this is a good book where you see who's stronger and who's been good all along. This book is amazing, because there is a whole lot of action and sasuke figures out the truth about his brother. Also, he meets an unexpected guest who helps him in some way and other than that this is a good book where you see who's stronger and who's been good all along.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Karl Kindt

    Sure, it seems like a silly kids' ninja series at first, but it is turning out to be deeper and more intricately told than even THE LORD OF THE RINGS. Sure, it seems like a silly kids' ninja series at first, but it is turning out to be deeper and more intricately told than even THE LORD OF THE RINGS.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Akke

    *3.75 stars It was kinda really great. Still didn't understand half of the Japanese words. *3.75 stars It was kinda really great. Still didn't understand half of the Japanese words.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Subham

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. HOLY SHIZ! The best book of the entire series till now, what a twist and turn! We finally have the epic battle between SASUKE and ITACHI and its epic, he is using Kirin, thunder from the clouds and Itachi uses his final technique of Susanoo on Sasuke and their fight is epic like anything and when Orochimaru is out, Itachi seals him with a sword and so the fight with Sasuke continues and they fight like anything. In the end, Sasuke seems to have defeated Itachi but rescued by TOBI. Naruto and co HOLY SHIZ! The best book of the entire series till now, what a twist and turn! We finally have the epic battle between SASUKE and ITACHI and its epic, he is using Kirin, thunder from the clouds and Itachi uses his final technique of Susanoo on Sasuke and their fight is epic like anything and when Orochimaru is out, Itachi seals him with a sword and so the fight with Sasuke continues and they fight like anything. In the end, Sasuke seems to have defeated Itachi but rescued by TOBI. Naruto and co are fighting him but unable to win but Tobi rescues Sasuke and takes him somewhere else kinda rescuing him but then he tells him the real tale of the man known as UCHIHA ITACHI and the secrets of Uchiha and Senju clans and himself aka UCHIHA MADARA and how their clan was defeated by senjus, and how to protect it uchiha's stage a coup-de-taat and how to avoid the 4th shinobi world war, Itachi betrayed everything to protect the leaf village and most importantly his brother, and why he fought Sasuke and what his real mission was, and aims were and what his final gift to sasuke was, and WOW what a twist! Sasuke now knows the real truth about his brother and the leaf village and after this he maybe my fav character in the series and just WOW! The world of naruto is changed forever, Sasuke realizing his brother is so emotional and Itachi's death hits unlike any other character now! JUST AMAZING STUFF! What an epic writing by Masashi Kishimoto!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Scott Lee

    This is a masterful bit of storytelling. In this volume Kishimoto completes the Sasuke/Itachi arc that has run since Sasuke left the village of the Leaf, some fifteen-sixteen volumes ago to pursue his brother. Their battle, begun in 42, is finished, and then the story continues with a tale told partially in the present by an insitu storyteller, and partially through flashback, that completely re-arranges the entire story we know so far (or thought we knew) regarding Itachi and Sasuke. Everything This is a masterful bit of storytelling. In this volume Kishimoto completes the Sasuke/Itachi arc that has run since Sasuke left the village of the Leaf, some fifteen-sixteen volumes ago to pursue his brother. Their battle, begun in 42, is finished, and then the story continues with a tale told partially in the present by an insitu storyteller, and partially through flashback, that completely re-arranges the entire story we know so far (or thought we knew) regarding Itachi and Sasuke. Everything is transformed by this combined story/flashback, and in such a way that it never contradicts what has come before, never leaves the readers feeling or the characters looking like idiots (often a problem for me when writers attempt this kind of move). Kishimoto simply fills in the holes in the story--some of which this reader, at least, didn't even realize were holes--and the picture we had is entirely transformed, it becomes something entirely other than what it seemed. This immediately became the end of one of the strongest arcs of Manga I've ever read, and is as good an example of the transformative reveal as I've ever encountered by any writer in any genre.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. your brother died to protect you and his ultimate goal was to preserve peace in Konoha but after realizing that, at the end of it all, you still chose to harbor hatred and wage war against your brother's beloved village? how can you be so fucking dense Sasuke??? please. i thought that by the end of this volume i was going to root for him but the line he said at the end made me want to scream in fury. i have never disliked a character this much. your brother died to protect you and his ultimate goal was to preserve peace in Konoha but after realizing that, at the end of it all, you still chose to harbor hatred and wage war against your brother's beloved village? how can you be so fucking dense Sasuke??? please. i thought that by the end of this volume i was going to root for him but the line he said at the end made me want to scream in fury. i have never disliked a character this much.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Btxl

    MY FEEEELS

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