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The tension between Naruto and Gaara builds, and Naruto finds himself not only understanding his rival but also sympathizing with him. But that doesn't mean he's gone soft. As Gaara continues to mutate, Naruto prepares for the fight of his life! The tension between Naruto and Gaara builds, and Naruto finds himself not only understanding his rival but also sympathizing with him. But that doesn't mean he's gone soft. As Gaara continues to mutate, Naruto prepares for the fight of his life!


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The tension between Naruto and Gaara builds, and Naruto finds himself not only understanding his rival but also sympathizing with him. But that doesn't mean he's gone soft. As Gaara continues to mutate, Naruto prepares for the fight of his life! The tension between Naruto and Gaara builds, and Naruto finds himself not only understanding his rival but also sympathizing with him. But that doesn't mean he's gone soft. As Gaara continues to mutate, Naruto prepares for the fight of his life!

30 review for Naruto, Vol. 15: Naruto's Ninja Handbook!

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bradley

    And now we get to some of the best fighting scenes in all of Naruto. It's Naruto vs Gaara, moving from Gaara's partial transformation into full demon possession. One of the most interesting aspects of these mangas is how Kishimoto conveniently kept Naruto from seeing Sasuke's real powers, as well as the reverse. They're both so confident they know what's going on, so when Sasuke finally sees Naruto let loose with a shitload of chakra and the truly gigantic summoned toad, I shivered as much as if And now we get to some of the best fighting scenes in all of Naruto. It's Naruto vs Gaara, moving from Gaara's partial transformation into full demon possession. One of the most interesting aspects of these mangas is how Kishimoto conveniently kept Naruto from seeing Sasuke's real powers, as well as the reverse. They're both so confident they know what's going on, so when Sasuke finally sees Naruto let loose with a shitload of chakra and the truly gigantic summoned toad, I shivered as much as if I were Sasuke, stunned speechless. It just goes to show, no matter how close two friends (or rivals) are, there's always room for real surprise. Definitely one of my favorite volumes.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Radwa

    Gaara's story is so frustrating and sad. Gaara's story is so frustrating and sad.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Reading_ Tam_ Ishly

    Lesson: Keep learning from your peers and your mentors but learn more from your enemies.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    More of Gaara's origin story? Naruto bringing out some of his best traits? An epic battle? How could this volume even go wrong? Instant favourite. Yours truly, Lashaan | Blogger and Book Reviewer Official blog: https://bookidote.com/ More of Gaara's origin story? Naruto bringing out some of his best traits? An epic battle? How could this volume even go wrong? Instant favourite. Yours truly, Lashaan | Blogger and Book Reviewer Official blog: https://bookidote.com/

  5. 4 out of 5

    Travis

    Garaa's backstory is so heartbreaking!! Naruto vs. Garaa is in my top five favorite fights in all of Naruto history to date and there are a lot of them. This entire story arc is incredible because it truly is one of the hardest challenges they have ever faced and so much is revealed and it is just amazing!! Garaa's backstory is so heartbreaking!! Naruto vs. Garaa is in my top five favorite fights in all of Naruto history to date and there are a lot of them. This entire story arc is incredible because it truly is one of the hardest challenges they have ever faced and so much is revealed and it is just amazing!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Bianca A.

    I really enjoyed seeing the cover of this! Volume 15 covers Sasuke vs. Gaara for the first third and then Gaara vs. Naruto in the rest. I admit that I was a 50-50, because I don't fancy the hate and vengeance speeches in the plot, but I did enjoy Gaara's emotional backstory with Yashamaru, as well as the Toad fights. Gaara gets pushed to the point of transforming into Shukaku or One-Tail, his complete surfacing requiring that Gaara is asleep. Sakura, Pakkun and Sasuke eventually become spectators, I really enjoyed seeing the cover of this! Volume 15 covers Sasuke vs. Gaara for the first third and then Gaara vs. Naruto in the rest. I admit that I was a 50-50, because I don't fancy the hate and vengeance speeches in the plot, but I did enjoy Gaara's emotional backstory with Yashamaru, as well as the Toad fights. Gaara gets pushed to the point of transforming into Shukaku or One-Tail, his complete surfacing requiring that Gaara is asleep. Sakura, Pakkun and Sasuke eventually become spectators, with Temari and Sakura being reduced to mere punching bags. I felt sad that for many volumes females have not even held a secondary role yet. I remember I found Gaara's story completely heartbreaking in the anime and unsurprisingly it was even more so in the manga due to the details in each frame and facial expression. In fact, I feel not only that I understand the story better, but also that I am experiencing it in a deeper way through the manga. Gaara has a very complicated story that doesn't really appears so at first. Gradually though (and with some help from Wikipedia) I've come to understand it. Gamabunta gets summoned again and agrees to help Naruto at the plea of Gamakichi and they fight Shukaku with a variety of combos. The volume ends with the action in mid air, which must've been very frustrating for the audience at the time. Nobody likes a cliff hanger! Or do we? At least this technique is effective in triggering us to keep coming back for more.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rihards Husko

    This is peak Naruto. A life-or-death struggle against someone very similar to Naruto, but also with a key difference. One of the series’ most tragic backstory flashbacks. A focus on the importance of bonds. Solid action, especially a surprisingly fun kaiju battle. Shukaku’s design is great, and Gaara’s gradual transformation is creepy and exciting to watch. Naruto’s wavering courage makes sense and adds a bit of compelling drama. Just good, good stuff.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Keita Yata

    This volume was very sad. I was crying by the Gaara’s past story. He was betrayed by his precious person who taught him abou what was “love”. If I were him, I would probably not be able to stand up again.... I couldn’t imagine the world which all people don’t need my existence. That was really and deeply sad. In addition, the teamwork of Naruto, Sasuke, and Sakura was very good. I love this volume.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    <3 all the love

  10. 5 out of 5

    mols

    sad childhood hours

  11. 5 out of 5

    Michael Sorbello

    This is a review of the entire series. Once upon a time, the spirit of an evil Nine Tailed Fox wreaked havoc on Konohagakure; the Village Hidden in the Leaves, killing hundreds of honorable ninja in the skirmish and leaving many children without homes or parents. The Fourth Hokage (leader of the village) unleashes a forbidden jutsu (magic spell/ninja ability) to seal the spirit of the evil fox into the body of a newborn baby named Naruto at the cost of his own life. He did this in the hopes that This is a review of the entire series. Once upon a time, the spirit of an evil Nine Tailed Fox wreaked havoc on Konohagakure; the Village Hidden in the Leaves, killing hundreds of honorable ninja in the skirmish and leaving many children without homes or parents. The Fourth Hokage (leader of the village) unleashes a forbidden jutsu (magic spell/ninja ability) to seal the spirit of the evil fox into the body of a newborn baby named Naruto at the cost of his own life. He did this in the hopes that the boy could one day learn to master the power of the demonic spirit and use it to protect the village and become a great hero of the people. Unknown to the citizens of the Leaf, the Nine Tailed Fox was being controlled by an even more powerful adversary, a legendary rogue ninja that plans to wage war against the entire world from the shadows. The identity of the mysterious ninja that attacked the Leaf Village using the Nine Tails died with the Fourth Hokage, and he used what remained of his life to gift Naruto with the power of one day being able to stop this evil ninja and a clan of outlawed S-rank criminals called the Akatsuki from committing mass genocide against the many hidden villages and clans of the world. Because of the evil spirit sealed inside him, Naruto grew up hated by the other children of the village because they believe him and the Nine Tails to be one and the same. They believe he’s a ticking time bomb waiting to go off, waiting for the perfect moment to kill them all just like the Nine Tails killed their parents and families. Shunned, dehumanized and treated like dirt, Naruto vows to become the greatest hokage the world has ever seen so that he can receive the love and acknowledgement he never got as a child. On top of the Nine Tails power and the will to never quit, Naruto also possesses the uncanny ability to turn everyone he meets into a potential comrade. He brings out the best in his peers and tries his hardest to make his enemies see the errors of their ways. He disobeys the rules and ignores cultural traditions to try and make changes to the world and break the eternal cycle of war and hatred through his own methods. His determination is infectious to friend and foe alike. He earns himself the respect he deserves by overcoming one impossible obstacle at a time. Naruto encounters many fascinating and terrifying ninja over the course of his journey to become hokage. Among them are Sasuke Uchiha, Naruto’s best friend and rival who is driven by the vengeful lust to murder his elder brother after he wiped out their own clan in cold blood. Sasuke warms up to Naruto, but his hatred and trauma are dangerous forces that threaten to break his moral code as a ninja and destroy his reputation among his peers. Kakashi Hatake is a notorious copycat ninja that survived one of the most brutal and devastating wars in history as well as the Nine Tails attack on the Leaf Village. He becomes Naruto and Sasuke’s mentor and teaches them a great number of valuable lessons about surviving in the dangerous world of rogue ninja, bloodthirsty assassins and clans ruled by corruption. Jiraiya is a perverted yet wise sage who taught the Fourth Hokage everything he knew and he’s regarded as a god among shinobi that’s famous for his heroic actions in the second great ninja war. He takes an interest in Naruto and raises him as a father figure to carry on the legacy of the Fourth Hokage to prepare him for the many dangerous people that want to use his power for their own nefarious purposes. The Akatsuki is one such group of wicked ninja. Among them are Sasuke’s brother Itachi who murdered his clan and possesses many dangerous techniques involving illusions, psychological torture and elemental manipulation. Sasori who controls poisonous puppets with magical threads, Orochimaru who mastered the forbidden arts of reanimation and quasi-immortality, Deidara who fights from afar using detonating clay and many other deadly foes. The entire series chronicles Naruto and his fellow ninja comrades growing through countless trials and tragedies. There are hundreds of unique jutsus, clans, and techniques which lead to some very intense, creative and strategic battles between skilled ninja with diverse abilities that don’t always match up evenly. There are clan based abilities such as the Aburame clan’s ability to control insects, the Yamanaka clan’s ability to jump into other people’s minds and control their bodies and the Inuzuka clan’s ability to bond with wolves that learn to mimic their master’s battle skills. Then there’s ocular genetic abilities such as the sharingan which allows the user to create psychological illusions, copy their enemy’s abilities and manipulate elemental energy. The byakugan allows the user to read their enemies vital points and detect their spiritual energy from faraway. The rinnegan grants control over space and gravity and so on. On top of having countless unique abilities, nearly every character has a tragic backstory that makes them sympathetic and relatable, even the nastiest of the villains have well-explored reasons for following the paths they do and becoming the way they are. One of my favorite aspects of the series is how well it explores the physical, emotional and psychological effects war can have on society and culture as well as the survivors and future generations that are forced to live in them. How it breeds racism and cultural disputes, how it inspires hatred in orphaned children and war veterans robbed of their homes toward foreign nations, as well as how this eventually leads to further death, war, poverty and destruction. Learning to forgive the ones you hate to prevent further conflict and damaging the world for future generations even further is a major theme throughout the story. Being a massive 700 chapter series, it’s not too surprising that there’s some plot holes and consistency issues. A rule might be stated regarding the requirements and usage of a certain jutsu or ability only for that rule to be repeatedly broken 400 chapters later. Sometimes the characters and rules contradict themselves, sometimes the chronology of certain events and historical facts don’t match up perfectly, the lore and general backstory go through several retcons that change the philosophy and power scaling of the characters and the scope of world-building; the final arc especially drags on and breaks a lot of the logic and rules that the story spent the whole series setting up, etc... Naruto’s far from perfect, but I remember it very fondly for being one of the first series that introduced me to things like manga and Japanese entertainment in general. It was one of those childhood classics like Dragon Ball, Inuyasha, Yu Yu Hakusho and Rurouni Kenshin. The series grew up with me and I can’t help but feel grateful to it for introducing me to hundreds of other franchises that I’m still a huge fan of to this day and I continue to find many new ones on the regular. Naruto's journey from a clownish, disrespected outcast into a talented, well-loved and admired hero is a memorable one.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mackenzie

    As far as season finales go, this volume had just about everything I could ask for. (Which is impressive, because the end of the battle is still yet to come.) There was plenty of action, a given with this series, deep, heartfelt flashback that helped to connect the most recent events with past lessons, and character development. I loved that there's so much going on in the series with this volume. It skips around a lot, but that helps add to the tone of how frantic the events of the storyline ar As far as season finales go, this volume had just about everything I could ask for. (Which is impressive, because the end of the battle is still yet to come.) There was plenty of action, a given with this series, deep, heartfelt flashback that helped to connect the most recent events with past lessons, and character development. I loved that there's so much going on in the series with this volume. It skips around a lot, but that helps add to the tone of how frantic the events of the storyline are. And Kishimoto does an awesome job of making even some of the more minor characters who normally take a bit of a backseat when the most important things come up relevant. (Even Sakura has her role to play.) Of all the volumes that I've gone back and rated, this is, thus far, definitely the best one.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ahmed

    Naruto wanted to be Hokage, the leader of the Konha lands in the ninja world, but he has a demon fox with 9 tails that killed thousand of people inside him. So due to this tremendous disadvantage he uses the strength of the fox to defeat a crazy killer nutshell who also has a demon inside him. Then there's the fact that he has to pass the chunin exams that allow him to pass onto the next stage of being a ninja which can be pretty deadly. How will he surpass all these obstacles? the answer is in Naruto wanted to be Hokage, the leader of the Konha lands in the ninja world, but he has a demon fox with 9 tails that killed thousand of people inside him. So due to this tremendous disadvantage he uses the strength of the fox to defeat a crazy killer nutshell who also has a demon inside him. Then there's the fact that he has to pass the chunin exams that allow him to pass onto the next stage of being a ninja which can be pretty deadly. How will he surpass all these obstacles? the answer is in this book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)

    The Gaara feels, is strong in this one. You want to give little Gaara a hug. And them eyes. Anyway, I like the comparison, it had going with Gaara and Naruto. I liked that. And the cover is really good as well. This was a really good volume.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    Gaara- I love this kid!! And Naruto- I love him too! Dang, I'm having fun reading these! Gaara has fully transformed and Naruto is left fighting him alone. Gaara- I love this kid!! And Naruto- I love him too! Dang, I'm having fun reading these! Gaara has fully transformed and Naruto is left fighting him alone.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Siona St Mark

    I really like the father-son bond between Gamabunta and Gamakichi as well as the juxtaposition of Naruto and Gaara in this volume.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Somya

    Yet again we see one of the best fights in this volume. Gaara, who had been ostracized by everyone throughout his life, the one who never knew what love or relationships is, turns into a demonic creature. Putting himself between the village and the creature is Naruto who is deeply sympathetic towards Gaara ever since his encounter with him at the Hospital. He understands Gaara and yet he stands up to stop him from hurting his friends. He proves his prowess yet again when he successfully summons Yet again we see one of the best fights in this volume. Gaara, who had been ostracized by everyone throughout his life, the one who never knew what love or relationships is, turns into a demonic creature. Putting himself between the village and the creature is Naruto who is deeply sympathetic towards Gaara ever since his encounter with him at the Hospital. He understands Gaara and yet he stands up to stop him from hurting his friends. He proves his prowess yet again when he successfully summons Toad Boss. Being defeated Gaara wonders what those feelings are that Naruto talks about which gives him strength in order to defend everyone even though his body cannot take it anymore. The Third Hokage gives is life in order to stop Orochimaru. Sasuke grows cold towards Naruto, and the darkness inside him, the hunger for power in order to defeat Hitachi starts making him feel inferior to his friend.

  18. 4 out of 5

    TheGracefulReader

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. THE GOOD Gaara: Awwwww! Okay, I'm just gonna love and protect this little ball of misunderstood sunshine for the rest of time! Damn, Gaara has just a sad a backstory as Naruto and Sasuke, and I am a sucker for sad backstories.... Poor Gaara only wanted people to love him, but reality is harsh and that harsh reality hit him at such a young age... Naruto: okay, seeing flashbacks of Naruto's own sad and lonely childhood only broke my heart even more than it already was after Gaara's story. Poor Nar THE GOOD Gaara: Awwwww! Okay, I'm just gonna love and protect this little ball of misunderstood sunshine for the rest of time! Damn, Gaara has just a sad a backstory as Naruto and Sasuke, and I am a sucker for sad backstories.... Poor Gaara only wanted people to love him, but reality is harsh and that harsh reality hit him at such a young age... Naruto: okay, seeing flashbacks of Naruto's own sad and lonely childhood only broke my heart even more than it already was after Gaara's story. Poor Naruto... he had a bad end of the deal, and so did Gaara.... Sasuke: He got really beat up, and he at least knows better than to push it. He's really maturing. THE BAD Yashamaru: Okay, Gaara's uncle is officially an asshole. Who can pretend to love a child and get their hopes up like that, and then just be so cruel? Ugh. I hate people.

  19. 5 out of 5

    ✮Octjillery✮

    The long-awaited Gaara backstory has arrived. I remember it cruuushing me as a kid when I got to this part of the anime (I stopped watching early into season 3, I think, so I didn't get much further than this). The scene had an even greater impact on me this time, not only because Gaara is my favorite character, but because I have a better understanding of the juxtaposition between him and Naruto now as an adult, rather than when I was a kid. Naruto might have started off the same way, but he wa The long-awaited Gaara backstory has arrived. I remember it cruuushing me as a kid when I got to this part of the anime (I stopped watching early into season 3, I think, so I didn't get much further than this). The scene had an even greater impact on me this time, not only because Gaara is my favorite character, but because I have a better understanding of the juxtaposition between him and Naruto now as an adult, rather than when I was a kid. Naruto might have started off the same way, but he was able to make friends and find a reason to fight, other than for himself. Plus, Gaara has the whole insomnia thing to contend with, which further diminishes his coping abilities. Sasuke's surprise at Naruto's summoning skills was also great. It's been a while since his days of looking down on Naruto, but it's still satisfying to see others impressed by Naruto sometimes.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Subham

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. We pick u with the fight between Gaara and Sasuke and Naruto comes to the rescue, gaara has transformed into the sand Shukaku monster and its dangerous and all. We learn his real backstory about how he wanted love and thought that he had Yashamaru, his aunt by his side until she tried to assassinate him and so he became the way he is, all alone and giving into "I live for myself". Besides that the fight is awesome, Naruto is using the clone Jutsu but to no avail, but when he realizes what it mea We pick u with the fight between Gaara and Sasuke and Naruto comes to the rescue, gaara has transformed into the sand Shukaku monster and its dangerous and all. We learn his real backstory about how he wanted love and thought that he had Yashamaru, his aunt by his side until she tried to assassinate him and so he became the way he is, all alone and giving into "I live for myself". Besides that the fight is awesome, Naruto is using the clone Jutsu but to no avail, but when he realizes what it means to fight for others when Sasuke comes in and to rescue Sakura, he transforms into something else and summons the Toad and fights the full on transformed Gaara/Shukaku! This was an epic volume, so much action and Naruto getting some amazing moments and first look at Kurama! The art is full of life as if!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ida-Maria Myntti

    Kishimoto really knows how to change your opinion about some characters. Gaara for me was one of them. This volume is the first step from not really liking Gaara to absolutely loving him in the future arcs. His backstory is just heartbreaking and how Naruto sees himself in Gaara shows how Naruto is starting to grow to become the hero as we know him. Both Naruto and Gaara having a monster inside them but Gaara still isolating himself from others and feeling alone and Naruto having found caring pe Kishimoto really knows how to change your opinion about some characters. Gaara for me was one of them. This volume is the first step from not really liking Gaara to absolutely loving him in the future arcs. His backstory is just heartbreaking and how Naruto sees himself in Gaara shows how Naruto is starting to grow to become the hero as we know him. Both Naruto and Gaara having a monster inside them but Gaara still isolating himself from others and feeling alone and Naruto having found caring people around him. The fact that Naruto is the one who finally has some real impact on Gaara is so wonderful to see.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Eyla

    That was one helluva ride. Man, this volume was awesome. The fight scenes are amazing all the way through. And we not only finally get to see Gaara's backstory fleshed out but him in his full power. This is probably one of my favourite volumes of the series so far. (view spoiler)[ I do just have to say, the second last chapter had me laughing out loud when Naruto brought out the big toad and Sasuke's reaction was pretty much 'wtf is going on?' I love these guys. (hide spoiler)] That was one helluva ride. Man, this volume was awesome. The fight scenes are amazing all the way through. And we not only finally get to see Gaara's backstory fleshed out but him in his full power. This is probably one of my favourite volumes of the series so far. (view spoiler)[ I do just have to say, the second last chapter had me laughing out loud when Naruto brought out the big toad and Sasuke's reaction was pretty much 'wtf is going on?' I love these guys. (hide spoiler)]

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kassy Harris

    This is definitely one of my favorite volumes! There is so much going on in the series right now and Kishimito somehow manages to make it even better. Gaara is one of my favorite characters and we really get to understand why he is the way that he is. It's absolutely tragic and is an excellent backstory to help "justify" what he's going through. Not only that, but everyone gets to witness just how awesome and powerful Naruto has become through his training. So great! This is definitely one of my favorite volumes! There is so much going on in the series right now and Kishimito somehow manages to make it even better. Gaara is one of my favorite characters and we really get to understand why he is the way that he is. It's absolutely tragic and is an excellent backstory to help "justify" what he's going through. Not only that, but everyone gets to witness just how awesome and powerful Naruto has become through his training. So great!

  24. 4 out of 5

    William

    "Love Letter To Manga": I'm sorry I called you kids books when I was little. I'm sorry it's taken me years to read you. I'm sorry that I don't have enough money to read more of you. I still don't appreciate your monologues in the middle of fights just to add backstory and lengthen scenes, but I forgive you for now. And, Thank You - Naruto - for bringing me my first manga joy. Sincerely, William. "Love Letter To Manga": I'm sorry I called you kids books when I was little. I'm sorry it's taken me years to read you. I'm sorry that I don't have enough money to read more of you. I still don't appreciate your monologues in the middle of fights just to add backstory and lengthen scenes, but I forgive you for now. And, Thank You - Naruto - for bringing me my first manga joy. Sincerely, William.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Belyea

    Gaara is slowly mutating due to the beast inside him, forcing Naruto to push aside his sympathies and battle with all the power he has to keep his friends and the villages safe! Kishimoto will get fans going for sure with this exciting and emotional entry. If Naruto has no way of talking Gaara down, he will just have to let his fists do all the talking!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Chloer705

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. i watched this and i read it, and both were very satisfying. i really like this battle scene because we see naruto's full ability. i was very impressed that he was able to beat gaara. big surprise! but not really. well, we know naruto is good, but we had no idea if he was better than gaara. great book! i watched this and i read it, and both were very satisfying. i really like this battle scene because we see naruto's full ability. i was very impressed that he was able to beat gaara. big surprise! but not really. well, we know naruto is good, but we had no idea if he was better than gaara. great book!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Luca Tanaka

    Epic battle of the monsters! Gamakichi no sho-kai! Gamabunta no deban! Youtube | Instagram | StoryGraph Epic battle of the monsters! Gamakichi no sho-kai! Gamabunta no deban! Youtube | Instagram | StoryGraph

  28. 5 out of 5

    tomás.

    I try to rate each chapter individually and then give the entire thing the average, but sometimes I don't. With this one, the average rating is 3,72 but honestly, I'm just gonna go and give this one a 4 stars rating because I loved the last two chapters. Also, I want go hug little Gaara and tell him everything is gonna be okay ): I try to rate each chapter individually and then give the entire thing the average, but sometimes I don't. With this one, the average rating is 3,72 but honestly, I'm just gonna go and give this one a 4 stars rating because I loved the last two chapters. Also, I want go hug little Gaara and tell him everything is gonna be okay ):

  29. 5 out of 5

    Molli B.

    I love that we’re seeing Naruto mature volume to volume. Happy to have Sasuke back, too! And the frogs are pretty hilarious. While Gaara is creepy as hell. Now I have to wait for the library because I read this before my next set of holds came in... 👀

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lory Blanco

    One of my favorite volumes! Both emotionally and action packed. That Gaara backstory always hits me right in the feels, plus Naruto comparing how he is to what he could have been, gah! 😭 And Sasuke saying he doesn’t want to lose his precious comrades. I’m just deceased at this point.

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