The cover of the popular 1999 manga has been recreated by Masashi Kishimoto and the result is artwork – FireWire
The first issue of the manga appeared on September 21, 1999. Naruto created by Masashi Kishimoto. After 23 years, the mangaka recreated the cover, adapting it to the new era: the result was a work of art.
Thicker strokes, brighter colours, Naruto looks at the reader with a more defined smile. The details are extraordinary.
The new drawing was posted to Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine and can be viewed on Twitter, compared to the 1999 drawing, so the audience can spot the differences.
⇆ 週刊 少年 ジ ャ ン 1999 43 号
Naruto売 を お 楽 し み に!# ジャンプフェスタ pic.twitter.com/zYEYw01WHt
– 最強ジャンプ (SAIKYO_JUMP) December 17, 2022
as he points out character book, “Seeing the two covers side by side shows how much Kishimoto has changed as an artist over the long 20 years, and truly confirms that it’s been a long time since a mangaka launched his career.”
The story of Masashi Kishimoto and Naruto
Kishimoto was born in 1974 He was a follower of Akira Toriyama and dreamed of creating his own manga. Thus, the cartoonist created the adventures of Naruto Uzumaki, a teenage ninja who traps Kurama, the nine-tailed fox, inside.
This was a demon that had attacked the Hidden Leaf Village and carried out a massacre there.
The village leader, Minato Namikaze (Fourth Hokage), He gave his life sealing the demon inside Naruto, when he was just a newborn.
His growth as a person and as a ninja, his struggles, joys and adventures are the basis for the development of the story.
Kishimoto’s manga, which was last published in 2014, He moved into the world of anime in 2002, thanks to Studio Pierrot and through VIZ Media for the United States and Latin America.
As a tribute to 20 years of Naruto in the anime version, Kishimoto shared all kinds of character arts, as well as the fact that it’s coming out next year. Boruto: Naruto Next Generations.
A complete delight for anime fans.
“Infuriatingly humble travel fanatic. Passionate social media practitioner. Amateur writer. Wannabe problem solver. General food specialist.”