According to my source it would appear that a movie is on the way, and the manga *might* be heading toward it’s end. Updates on the translation included.
It was confirmed it was ending this year for sure. Maybe sooner than expected.
either the author of this article is ignorant or he is just writing to sound surprised. every reader knows it is ending.
Naruto started ending back in 2012, ha ha.
How long has the 5th (I think) Great Ninja War been going on? In the story, probably not even a week has passed yet. For us readers, it's been going on for 3+ years now.
I literally can't remember but 2011 apparently, geez.
I used to like Naruto but not anymore... it lost its appeal to me. Still love watching One Piece though. that's the anime that i hope doesn't get finished yet. :P
According to Oda One Piece has another 10 years left. Even tho he said the same thing like 3 years ago lol.
well they just got to the new world, you they are about halfway there...... even if it ends after another 600+ episodes i will be happy with it. aslong as they dont screw something up in the end XD
not only was it already announced, i think its fairly obvious at this point that the current series needs to end. It seems like every month a new deus ex machina is thrown in all of a sudden to try to explain everything and the power levels are so broken by now, if this was DBZ, Naruto would probably be Super Saiyan God 10 by now. I think its time to let it end, give it some time to rest and return later with new characters later in the future (think Korra to Avatar)
It and Bleach have been dragging on for awhile, Bleach worse with it's 10 word chapters.
yeah, its amazing how each chapter in bleach probably covers like 2min of realtime, its a bunch of scans of nothing happening
Bleach sucks, waaay too much filler. And i don't like any bleach character except zaraki kenpachi and one awesome dude with a bone jaw at the side of his mouth.
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