Yep, you read the title correctly. Naruto, the series that officially ended its manga run in 2014, and had its final episode aired in 2017, is getting its own website!! Yay! Not much is known about the website aside from the official launch is October 3rd, the site will be run by the official Japanese team, and will be available in six different languages, English, Japanese, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.
Alongside the website launching, we’re also getting two official manga accounts for Naruto as well. One in English and the other in Japanese, both of which have already begun posting before the launch of the website.
Click here to view the official website for Naruto and check out the official Naruto Manga Twitter accounts below!
Originally ran in Weekly Shonen Jump, the first chapter was released on September 21st, 1999, and the final chapter was released on November 10, 2014. Written by Masashi Kishimoto, the manga and corresponding anime series follows the adventures of Naruto Uzumaki, a boy whose dream is to become the Hokage, a person who leads the village, is respected, and the strongest of them all.
The series is continuing with Bortuo: Naruto Next Generations which has a manga and anime series of its own that streams weekly on Crunchyroll. Boruto follows the life of Naruto’s son, Boruto Uzumaki, as he enrolls in the ninja academy to learn the way of the ninja. But unlike his father before him, he doesn’t desire to become the Hokage, instead, he aspires to become like Sasuke, Naruto’s greatest rival and friend.