Naruto Shippuden - Box Set 6 [DVD]
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In the village Hidden in the Leaves, ninja reign supreme, and school is literally a battlefield. Naruto, Sasuke and Sakura are teenage classmates and ninja in training, working together -sort of! - under the instruction of their teacher, Kakashi. Sasuke is training to win revenge...Sakura is training to win Sasuke...And Naruto, the class clown, insists that he ll become the greatest ninja in the land!
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The second set of six episodes return the series to the proper storyline with Naruto returning to his training and a new pair of Akatsuki on the hunt for tailed beasts. This storyline does shift the focus away from Naruto somewhat with much of the episodes following Shikamaru, Asuma and the Akatsuki pair of Hidan and Kakuzu. These two new Akatsuki members are probably my team of all the Akatsuki pairs as not only are the characters interesting in their own right but their relationship is also very entertaining as well.
I would have given this set a full five stars if it wasn't for the filler but as it stands I feel that the volume is still worth a solid four stars.
We get a lot of humerous banter shared between Hidan and Kakuzu with their hints towards killing each other. I feel that the writer has strung out their hints towards immortality very well without dropping too many hints as to what their abilities are, especially Kakuzu's.
Towards the end of this boxset (if you can call such few episodes a boxset) Asuma's team confront Hidan and begin to fight for their survival as Kakuzu wants Asuma for his 35 Million bounty. As the battle unfolds we discover what high level Ninjas Hidan/Kakuzu are and the fight develops.
It cuts off just at the right point that just makes you scream NOOO!! So people who haven't watched the subbed version of this will be waiting on the edges of their chairs until the next box set is released.
I can confirm it only gets better from this point and i cant wait to own the next boxset myself!