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Naruto Shippuden Box 33 Review****-

Cert 12 | 330 mins | 2018

4 stars of seriously entertaining ninja action.

Naruto Shippuden is an ongoing anime series based on the Manga by Masashi Kishimoto and directed by Hayato Date.

It tells the story of a young shinobi called Naruto Uzumaki (Maile Flanagan) from the hidden leaf village. He is a Jinchuriki, who contains the nine tails within him. Along with the other shinobi from his village they learn and grow together as they try to keep their loved ones and the world at large safe.

The usual spoiler alerts apply here, we are well into the story so don’t read on unless you’re all caught up to this point.

“So you still believe in us? Thank you.”

Naruto Shippuden Box 33 comprises episodes 416-430 and continues and concludes the current storyline “Birth of the Ten Tails Jinchuriki” arc and starts the Kaguya Ōtsutsuki Strikes arc.

As Naruto and Sasuke lie near death, Kakashi and a reformed Obito prepare to confront Madara together. But Madara has gained the power of the Six Paths, and Guy may have to make the ultimate sacrifice and open the Gate of Death in order to fight him. And even that may not be enough once Madara activates the Infinite Tsukuyomi, trapping everyone in a dream world. Can this incredible power be overcome?

This Boxset is a massive improvement on the previous one. As Naruto and Sasuke find themselves greatly changed by the events of the war, we get right into the meat of the story.

Packed with revelations about many of our favourite characters and advancing the story very nicely, this is a must own for any fans of Naruto Shippuden.

“No, I am not sad. Showing compassion or sorrow to someone who has resolved himself would be an affront.”

Naruto Shippuden Box 33 is available to buy  now on DVD.

DirectorHayato Date
AuthorMasashi Kishimoto
GenreAnime, action, adventure
StarringMaile Flanagan, Yuri Lowenthal, Dave Wittenberg, Tony Olive
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