Naruto: fabibiworld's Tsunade cosplay distracts you to make you lose at cards

Naruto: fabibiworld's Tsunade cosplay distracts you to make you lose at cards


Naruto is one of the most popular series by anime and manga fans, albeit with some reservations. However, many cannot fail to fondly remember many characters from the various Naruto sagas, such as Tsunade. Now, fabibiworld offers us their own cosplay of Tsunade which tries to distract you while you play cards.

As the fans know, Tsunade is a gambler, but she normally always loses. In fact, in case you win, it is believed that there is a misfortune around the corner: so better not to be distracted by the Tsunade of fabibiworld and not lose at cards! But Tsunade is also a great ninja, gifted with the ability to summon snails and fight vigorously.

If you are a Naruto fan, here is Sakura cosplay in a swimsuit from paz_morow enjoying the end of summer . Let's see instead the cosplay of Tsunade from skadicos is kissed by the sun. We close with reberebelle's Tsunade cosplay, she's not afraid to show her vices.

Tell us, what do you think of the Tsunade cosplay made by fabibiworld? Has the Naruto character been recreated in the best way, or do you think you have seen higher quality versions?

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Naruto Stage Play Cancels Performances Thanks to Coronavirus Outbreak

Anime Stage-Plays have run the gamut when it comes to the biggest anime franchises, as productions have included My Hero Academia, Beastars, Mobile Suit: Gundam, Spirited Away, and countless others. Naruto hasn't just received its own stage-play, it has received multiple performances that stretch past the original early days featuring Konoha's ninjas and expanded into Naruto: Shippuden. Unfortunately, the latest performances have run into a problem as the production has been put on hold following a coronavirus outbreak amongst the cast.    

The first twelve performances for the play, titled Live Spectacle NARUTO – Ninkai Taisen, Kaisen (Shinobi World War, Outbreaks), have announced that they will be canceled as a result of a coronvirus outbreak, with the production offering the following announcement: 

'We had been preparing for this show by taking the utmost precautions and measures in compliance with the guidelines for the prevention of the spread of the new coronavirus infection of the National Association of Public Cultural Facilities and the guidelines for infection prevention measures of the Performing Arts Network in Emergency Situations.

However, several people involved in the show showed symptoms of fever, and as a result of PCR testing, it was determined that they were infected with the new coronavirus.

As a result of discussions by the production committee, we have decided to cancel all 12 performances of the 'Live Spectacle NARUTO – Ninkai Taisen, Kaisen' in Tokyo from September 17 to 25, 2022. We deeply apologize for the inconvenience and concern this may cause to those who have been looking forward to the performances, and for the short notice of this announcement.'

The anime adaptation released a trailer to highlight some of the actors that will be bringing the heroes and villains of the ninja world to life and if you haven't watched it before, you can check it out below to see their renditions on Masashi Kishimoto's colorful characters:

Unfortunately, none of these anime stage plays have made their way to the United States, though with the medium's popularity continuing to grow over the years, it might only be a matter of time until the West can see these live as well. Earlier this year, the live-action stage play of Studio Ghibli's Spirited Away made its way to Hulu, proving that there is an audience out there for these adaptations.

Via Crunchyroll

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