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NARUTO Shippuden: Ninja Destiny 2 (DS) Preview
Aug 28, 2009 by MPOGD.com
 





After the completion of the material from the manga, fans were left waiting for the endless filler episodes of the anime to finally be over, and for Naruto Shippuden to finally start, because maybe then we'd get to experience the new line of games. What's different about the Shippuden series? Well, take the characters everybody knows and loves, age them a few years, make them all more powerful, and give them a slightly more mature story to follow. One of the first handful of Shippuden related titles – NARUTO Shippuden: Ninja Destiny 2 – is coming out shortly, and it's looking to be the definitive game for the Shippuden loving faithful. ...

Kanji: Snake

To all Naruto fan, doesn't this story sound very familiar? Author Masashi Kishimoto clearly used this Yamatanoorochi story within his storyline for Naruto. The snake-like Orochi-maru uses the Yamatano's skill to make himself into Yamatanoorochi look alike. He then gets defeated by Itachi's skill move called Susano which uses the ten-fist weapon to defeat Orochimaru. The only difference is that the author calls the ten-fist weapon as one of the Kusanagi sword, which is not. And also uses the word Amaterasu as a skill that Itachi and Sasuke uses instead of being a god.. ...

Naruto's Fourth Shippuden
Aug 27, 2009 by IGN

August 27, 2009 - On December 8, 2009, Warner Home Video and Viz Video will release Naruto: Shippuden – Volume 4 on DVD. ...

Daily guide to television and radio
Aug 28, 2009 by Boston Globe

NR (2009) Naruto Movie: Guardians of the Crescent Moon 7 pm (TOON) Naruto escorts a prince and his spoiled son back to Crescent Moon Kingdom. ...

Japanese animation and manga powerhouses acquire european distributors
Sep 1, 2009 by Examiner.com

Shueisha Inc., founded in 1926, is the Japan's top sales publisher and publishes 40 magazines including comic magazine, women's, men's, sports, literary, etc. as well as trade books. Its most successful comic magazine, Shonen Jump, prints 3 million copies weekly in Japan alone and many animations such as ONE PIECE, NARUTO, YU-Gi-OH! and DRAGON BALL are based on Shonen Jump. Beyond publishing, Shueisha strategically works with other media and carries out many activities such as producing animation and merchandising for its strong properties. To learn more, please visit http://www.Shueisha.co.jp....

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Aug 25, 2009 by Anime News Network

For years, Naruto games all shared the same problem in the West. Even when they were excellent, they were stripped of any and all Naruto Shippūden characters whenever they were brought to America. Fortunately, they're are no longer missing out. With Naruto Shippūden now available here from Viz, any Naruto games are free to show off characters and storylines from the next major chapter of the Naruto canon. Ultimate Ninja 4: Naruto Shippūden and Ninja Council 4 brought this new Naruto to North America's game industry earlier this year, and Tomy's Naruto Shippūden: Ninja Destiny 2 for the DS continues the trend next month....

Interview: VIZ Kids editor Traci Todd
Aug 24, 2009 by School Library Journal

TT: We published spin-offs of two of our biggest brands, Naruto and Dragon Ball. Neither manga is terribly appropriate for the audience we're targeting with our chapter books. We had a sense that the younger siblings of the kids who are reading Naruto were into the series, too.  We wanted to give them something more appropriate.  Obviously, we’re working with our more marquee brands, but in the case of Dragon Ball, it’s also a really great story about a little boy.  We thought it was perfect for the age group, so we’re expecting really great things from the chapter books....

WebExtra: Mentoring to a new beat
Aug 27, 2009 by Catalyst Chicago

“I made a Star Wars game, a Sonic game, three Naruto games, one Halo game, one Marvel vs. DC and my latest Naruto, the Search for Sarskai,” says Christopher Rayford, 13, ticking off a list of popular games that he re-envisioned. Rayford plans to attend ACE Tech Charter High School this coming fall and eventually plans to pursue a career in computer technology. ...

Mortal Kombat 1: Playing on the defense.
Aug 30, 2009 by Destructoid
 
"All the Ninjas are the same and Palette Swaps suck."

Dragonball did their story mode similar to Konquest, then so did Naruto games, so on and so forth. Konquest wasn't the best MK had to offer, but aside from ...

Comics 101: What is manga (part 3 of 4)
Aug 28, 2009 by Examiner.com


Shonen Jump, an English, monthly edition of Japan’s Weekly Shonen Jump, debuted in late 2002. Among the seven stories serialized in the first issues were Naruto, One Piece, Dragonball Z and Yu-Gi-Oh! All havae become major, cross-platform sucesses. Shonen Jump tapped into a huge underserved market for younger boys who wanted action-packed comics.
Viz, Tokyopop and other publishers capitalized on the manga explosion by making deals with Asian manga publishers to translate their original titles for an American audience and sell them in digest-sized collections. If you visit the “Graphic Novel” section of your local bookstore, chances are the shelf space for manga is 4-5 times that of American-style comics. ...
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