Naruto Shippuden Box Set 1 (2010)
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|After two and a half years of training on the road with Jiraiya of the Sannin, Naruto is back in the Village Hidden in the Leaves, and he's ready to show off his new skills. He and Sakura team up to take on their old master Kakashi, who's pretty impressed with their progress. They'll have plenty of opportunity to put it into action when news arrives from the Sand Village that Gaara, Naruto's former rival and now Kazekage of the Sand, has been kidnapped! And the culprits are the very same group who are after Naruto--the Akatsuki.|
Disc 1 - Naruto Uzumaki Is Back! Episodes:
Disc 2 - Team Kakashi Reunited Episodes:
Disc 3 - Gaara of the Sand...Kidnapped! Episodes:
"...believe a die-hard fan of the series, the reward is great. Anime-Sub.com
"I would give this anime 10/10... AnimeCrazy.net
Editor's NoteThis release features episodes 1-13 of the anime series NARUTO: SHIPPUDEN, dropping in on the hero Naruto two and a half years after his training on the road with Jiraiya, as he returns to the Village Hidden in the Leaves ready to show off everything he's learned.
Naruto Shippuden - Box Set 1 - DVD Review
By: Todd Douglass Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 2/4/2010 3:22 PM
|In case you're unfamiliar with Naruto all you really need to know is that it's about a world of ninjas where villages set apart and use various skills to assert themselves in the ranks of their peers. Years ago a deadly Fox Demon tore apart Konoha Village, and their leader sacrificed his life to seal the demon within the body of a baby boy. Now that he's grown up Naruto has found himself shunned by those around him and he's become brash, obnoxious, and powerful all at the same time. He eventually makes several friends and is inevitably betrayed by Sasuke, who is on a quest for power and vengeance. Their rivalry is the driving force that backs the show and right up to the end it's something that defines the characters and those around them. ...read the full review|