Naruto, Vol. 2 Paperback
Illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto
Part of the Naruto series
Naruto is a ninja-in-training with a need for attention, a knack for mischief, and sealed within him, a strange, formidable power.
His antics amuse his instructor Kakashi and irritate his teammates, intense Sasuke and witty Sakura, but Naruto is serious about becoming the greatest ninja in the village of Konohagakure!Naruto, Sasuke and Sakura have passed the final test to become junior ninja - but now the real challenge begins.
Tired of menial tasks, the young ninja ask for a tougher assignment and find themselves - together with their teacher, Kakashi - bodyguarding a cranky old man from the Land of the Waves.
But Tazuna the bridgebuilder is in more danger than anyone realizes: he's the target of elite ninja assassins, including Zabuza, 'the demon,' and our heroes are about to face a trial by fire...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 216 pages
- Publisher: Viz Media, Subs. of Shogakukan Inc
- Publication Date: 19/11/2003
- Category: Manga
- ISBN: 9781591161783
- Paperback from £6.39
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Review by TheoClarke
More sophisticated than the first issue. The characters are still entertaining and likeable and the morals remain heavyhanded, but the plot becomes more complex.. While it is easier to identify individual characters, I found some of the fight scenes confusing .
Review by Kassilem
Well, the second volume is a little better than the first. I can see some development here, and promise that Naruto will development even more, and perhaps quickly. It's still not up to the point where I'd pick it up on my own and continue reading, but many people have told me to keep at it, so I will. I've borrowed all the way up to volume ten from my sister and have decided I read up to that point to see how quickly it gets better. The artwork gets better in the volume as well in a few pages. When Naruto gets serious, and acts older. Good news hopefully, since I'm hoping Naruto will mature. I have a feeling he'll always be a little goofy, but as long as he matures I can deal with it. Anyways, I'm still at it. Make it worth it, Kishimoto!