Part of the Naruto series
Kabuto's hold over his army of undead minions tightens as he senses that he's losing power over the stronger members of his Immortal Corps, including Nagato Pain.
Sasuke's brother, Itachi, may have the best chance of breaking Kabuto's hold.
But he's still not completely in control of his actions, which means Naruto may have to take him down once and for all.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 208 pages, Black & White
- Publisher: Viz Media, Subs. of Shogakukan Inc
- Publication Date: 27/09/2012
- Category: Manga
- ISBN: 9781421543284
- Paperback from £5.45
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Review by Kassilem
These last twenty or so volumes were a treat to read. Naruto has really grown and then he continues to grow, not only physically but now also mentally. He's faced with psychological challenges and has to find which morals and values he stands behind and why. I really really enjoyed his physical achievements but I can just see these psychological changes playing a huge role later on. And it's not just Naruto that grows; everyone does, even the villains. I've finished what's currently out so now I'm going to have to read them as they come out. Which I can assure I will be doing. Somehow these books have turned out as a spectacularly gratifying read. I recommend them to anyone who reads Graphic Novels or Epic Fantasy or both, with a added note to get past the first ten or so volumes and watch it be worth it. It is a LOT of volumes, but again, well worth the reads. :)