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Naruto Shippuden Complete Series 3 Box Set (Episodes 101-153) [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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If this was Series One then I'd use this review to reach as wide an audience as possible and appeal to new fans, but seeing as this is the third compilation installment, I can safely assume most of those reading are already well informed about this brilliant anime. Nevertheless, I'll try to keep this spoiler-free!
This complete boxset comprises volumes nine through to twelve, so for those who've already bought the single DVD releases, these are just the same episodes (101-153).
Series two, admittedly, cut us off midway through an arc, and a filler one at that, so this boxset really only gets back on to its main story track a little further down the line- near episode 113 I believe!
And there's much to look forward to. In fact, the lion's share of the episodes follow Sasuke and his continued descent. The remaining episodes that follow can be split into two sections. The first, a special double-episode recounting Kakashi's earlier years as part of Team Minato, might appear at first to be straying from the main storyline, but it offers a lot of insight into an otherwise unvisited area. Those up to date with the ongoing manga, too, will have reasons of their own for rewatching it. The second section, punctuated by a pretty pointless filler arc somewhere in the middle (144-151), follows Jiraiya, and we're reminded that he's so much more than just a Pervy Sage!
The final episode of this boxset will have people pulling their hair out- not becuase it's terrible or anything like that, but because it cuts off once again midway through an actual arc.Read more ›
If you are a Naruto fan, which you would presumably be since you are reading reviews, then I'd really recommend the box sets rather than the volumes as they are a lot cheaper.
The only thing is that I wish the Naruto Shippuden box sets would come out at a faster pace.
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The case is broken in the part where you open the case, very disappointed !!!Published 8 months ago by Steven Martin da Trindade Ascensao