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New Naruto Episodes Are Coming on September 3 as Part of Special Anime Project

Four new episodes of Naruto will be airing on September 3, 2023, as part of a new anime project. The official announcement came on Sunday from the official Boruto: Naruto Next Generations website after the project was previously announced earlier this year. Studio Pierrot will be handling the animation production. Three visuals were released as part of the 20th Anniversary of the series back in October 2022:

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A tribute video to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of Naruto was uploaded to the official Studio Pierrot YouTube page in October of last year. The video below consists of re-animated scenes from Naruto and Naruto Shippuden featuring some of the series’ most popular opening theme songs. Watch the video below:

The manga series Naruto written and illustrated by Kishimoto was serialized from 1999-2014 in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. The series ran for a total of 72 volumes and currently has a total of 250 million copies in circulation, making it the 6th most successful manga of all time. VIZ Media acquired the English license in 2003 and has since published all the volumes, including 3 separate box sets completing the series.

VIZ Media licenses the manga in English and describes the plot as:
Twelve years ago the Village Hidden in the Leaves was attacked by a fearsome threat. A nine-tailed fox spirit claimed the life of the village leader, the Hokage, and many others. Today, the village is at peace and a troublemaking kid named Naruto is struggling to graduate from Ninja Academy. His goal may be to become the next Hokage, but his true destiny will be much more complicated. The adventure begins now!

Source: Boruto Official Twitter, Official Website
NARUTO © 1999 by Masashi Kishimoto/SHUEISHA Inc.

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