Finding The Right Comedy Ratio Was Crucial For Naruto
Naruto Uzumaki is a comfort character for many reasons.
The knuckleheaded ninja went from being a young troublemaker and failing student to a brave, responsible Hokage of the Leaf Village after helping win the Fourth Shinobi World War.
Masashi Kishimoto, who created the “Naruto” manga series, based the titular hero on his own experiences at school while growing up, painting a flawed, lovable character worth rooting for in the process.
The subsequent anime adaptations of the manga, “Naruto” and “Naruto Shippuden,” succeeded in preserving these foundational tenets of Kishimoto’s world and brought the vibrant characters to life rather convincingly, to its credit.However, what makes…The post Finding The Right Comedy Ratio Was Crucial For Naruto appeared first on /Film.
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