Naruto: here's where to read the new manga about Konoha for free

Naruto: here's where to read the new manga about Konoha for free


Where to read the new Naruto manga focused on a story dedicated to the new generation of Konoha? On October 29, 2022 (in Italy it is still October 28) the manga adaptation of the light novel Naruto: Konoha Shinden: Yukemuri Ninpocho (Naruto: The New Generation of the Leaf: Ninja at the Baths) begins, inspired by the famous Naruto by Masashi Kishimoto , and it will be possible to read it in Italy for free through the application of MANGA Plus (Shueisha).

Naruto: here's where to read the new manga on Konoha for free

The story will be based on the deeds of new and previous generation of Konoha starring the daughter of Asuma Sarutobi and Kurenai, Mirai. The kunoichi will leave on a special mission to escort the Kakashi and Gai and ninja actions will certainly not be lacking.

The manga is drawn by Natsuo Sai (manga adaptation of films and light novels of Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System) and a new chapter will be available every 15 days. In Japan, serialization is entrusted to Shonen Jump +, a digital variant of Weekly Shonen Jump.

In the Leaf Village now commands the seventh hokage, Naruto Uzumaki. Kakashi and Gai leave for a trip to the spa escorted by the young chunin Mirai Sarutobi… From parent to child, from teacher to disciple: a story that speaks of the road taken towards a new era. | ); } Also, remember, on October 23 (in Italy it was still 22) the manga adaptation of the light novel dedicated to Sasuke Uchiha also made its debut on Shonen Jump +. The work is designed by Shingo Kimura (young author recently specialized and author of the one-shot published on Jump SQ, Medical Punch !!) and is enjoying success. The work is available for free reading in Italy on MANGA Plus.

About Naruto

The two animated series or Naruto and Naruto Shippuden encompass a total of 720 episodes. In Italy Naruto was broadcast entirely. "Shippuden" instead counts, for now, 393 episodes.

The legend of Naruto still lives today with the official manga sequel, Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations serialized since 2016. The sequel is drawn by Mikio Ikemoto and written by Masashi Kishimoto. In Italy it is published by Planet Manga. The sequel, again, boasts a weekly anime TV series currently running continuously since 2017.

Two new Naruto manga inspired by the manga's post-serialization light novel began in October. Here all the details.

We invite you to view the Amazon page dedicated to the world of Naruto so as to recover what you still need to discover or, otherwise, to start diving into history.

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