If you’re a fan of the popular manga series, Naruto, you’ll be glad to know there are lots of books you can read about the story. Here’s a look at some of the best titles to choose from.
Icha Icha series of books by Jiraiya
The Icha Icha series of books by Jiraiya are popular among ninja. They are sexually explicit love stories for adults. This series of novels has been adapted into a live action movie. There are three books in this series.
Icha Icha Paradise is the first book in the series. It is a story about the various levels of love. Gaara Hiden reads the book as a reference and is confused.
Icha Icha Tactics is the third book in the series. It is also referred to as Make-Out Tactics. In this book, Pain’s true identity is revealed. A secret message is encoded. Apparently, it was a message that Jiraiya used to encode the messages.
Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow is a movie adaptation of the Icha Icha series of books. Kakashi Hatake is a fan of the series. He is shown reading the book most of the time. However, he does not harm anyone.
Icha Icha Paradise has influenced the series of Naruto anime. In this story, there are many characters who have been inspired by the books. Tsunade and Dan are two of them. Another character is Koyuki Kazahana.
The series is known to be one of the most influential in the world of shinobi. Moreover, the series has become a major source of comedy in the Naruto series. Many shinobi have cited this book as the source of their comedic inspiration.
As the author of the series, Jiraiya has made a lot of money. His notoriety has opened doors for him to establish stronger bonds with people of other nations. These connections have helped to create strong and lasting relationships with various countries.
In addition to being a writer, Jiraiya is also a ninja. Some of his most famous techniques are legendary sanin and summoning toads.
The Icha Icha series of books by the shady and creepy Jiraiya has become very popular. It has been adapted into a movie and a TV show. It has also been the basis of a novel.
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Kakashi Chronicles – A Boy’s Life on the Battlefield
Kakashi Chronicles – A Boy’s Life on the Battlefield is a side story in the Naruto manga series. It was written by Masashi Kishimoto, who also wrote the main series. This series follows Kakashi Hatake’s journey as a child soldier in the Third Shinobi World War.
In the manga side story, Kakashi is recruited by the future Fourth Hokage, Minato Namikaze, to go on a mission to destroy the Kannabi Bridge. He is given the Flying Thunder God Kunai as a gift.
He also receives a specially-made medic kit by Rin Nohara. When Obito arrives, however, he is late for the team meeting. The surviving members of Team Minato lament over the loss of their comrade.
After a battle, Kakashi, Obito and Rin make it to the enemy’s territory. During the battle, Kakashi uses his Chidori to kill a Hidden Stone ninja. As a result of the battle, Kakashi loses his left eye.
Later, Kakashi assembles a group of ninja to capture the leader of the Akatsuki, Itachi Uchiha. Their plan is to unite the Uchiha and Senju clans. They must destroy the bridge before the enemy.
But before they can do this, they must destroy the Iwagakure, the enemy of the ninja. While they are out there, Minato informs the group that the Iwagakure has invaded the Land of Fire.
Later, as they search for Sasuke, they are stopped by Tobi. However, it is not the first time Tobi has stopped them. And it won’t be the last.
There are several parallels between the two series. First, the similarities lie in the art style. Second, the manga series is a side story, which gives the reader a deeper look into the characters and their lives.
Finally, the manga’s story is also well-animated. Despite being a side story, it is very entertaining.
Overall, the manga side story is a fun way to learn about Kakashi’s past as a child soldier. Though the narrative is relatively brief, the side story contains plenty of useful information.
Among the other things that the manga side story explains are the consequences of a failed mission and the true origin of Sasuke. It is a fascinating story, and one that will be enjoyed by fans of all ages.
Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals
Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals follows the daily life of Konohagakure ninja Rock Lee. A self-proclaimed rival, Lee will try to beat Gaara and other Team Guy members with his ninja skills. He also has a crush on Sakura Haruno.
Tenten is Naruto’s shipper. He wants to take Sakura out on a date. However, Tenten’s attempts to win her heart don’t go so well.
He is frustrated with his pupils using ninja skills for easy tasks. Then Tenten gets sent back in time to defeat Guy-sensei. In the meantime, he is still emotionally damaged from the Heroic BSoD.
Neji Hyuga is a talented ninja. But he also has a thing for Hinata. During the summer, they live in the stereotypical Japanese vacation. As a result, Neji is unable to have fun. Instead, he struggles to survive.
Neji is a closet pervert. He has long hair and soft skin. When he sees Sakura’s chest in Chapter 36, he peeks at her.
When Lee and Sakura are surrounded by tough ninja, Sakura is too afraid to fight back. Itachi’s Badass Boast to Kisame is just one example. Also, when Tenten’s ninja skills are put to the test, he ends up putting himself in danger.
Throughout the manga, the Pungeon Master often breaks the fourth wall. He is a character who makes jokes and puns that make the characters cringe. This can be seen in episodes such as Episode 38.
Orochimaru and Kabuto are also disguised as people with special powers. One of their disguises is the Totem Pole Trench. Another is the hula outfits worn by their doppelgangers.
Besides the jokes, there are also comical scenes and mini-skits. Some of them include Rock Lee’s attempt to sneak a love letter into Sakura’s shoe box. There’s also a scene in the anime where Naruto is pushed into the ground by a crow.
Despite its flaws, Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals is a fun addition to the ninja genre. It doesn’t follow the main plot of the manga, but it features a likable cast and a lot of jokes.
Naruto Shippuden ani-manga
The Naruto Shippuden ani-manga is one of the most popular series worldwide. It follows the adventures of a young ninja named Naruto Uzumaki. He aims to become Hokage of the Hidden Leaf.
There are a number of spin-off manga and anime based on the series. Some of them include the Boruto manga and the Naruto the Movie: Legend of the Stone of Gelel. However, most of the manga and anime are based on the original series.
Another one of the best-selling series is the Icha Icha novel. This series is written by Jiraiya. While the books are meant for 18+ readers, there are plenty of fans of the series who read it for a deeper understanding of the events of the manga.
In addition to the novels, the Jump Comics inprint also produces a variety of anime comics based on the series. They also produce the Naruto Shippuden TV special.
The first book in the series, Make-Out Tactics, was published after a three-year hiatus. It was a great read. But some readers had complaints about the childlike behavior of Naruto.
Another volume from the series is The Hero’s Bridge!!!. The book features a story-within-a-story structure, with Naruto training to become a ninja. When the battle between Sasuke and Itachi reaches its peak, the final chapter is heart-wrenching.
The fourth volume of the series is also titled The Hero’s Bridge!!!. It features a mission to capture a missing-nin named Mukade. Using an ancient chakra flow underground, Mukade travels back in time.
In addition to the manga and the anime, there are adaptations of the Boruto film and the Naruto the Movie: The Will of Fire. For the first time, an English-language omnibus of the series was published. As of October 2, 2018, there were 24 3-in-1 volumes available.
With more than a million copies sold, the series has reached its peak popularity. Kakashi Hatake is known to read it while having conversations. If you’re a fan of the series, you can find all of the chapters free on the app.
The series has also been licensed in North America by Viz Media. It has been released in theatrical films, OVA, and video games.