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Naruto is a young shinobi with an incorrigible knack for mischief. He's got a wild sense of humor, but Naruto is completely serious about his mission to be the world's greatest ninja!


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Naruto is a young shinobi with an incorrigible knack for mischief. He's got a wild sense of humor, but Naruto is completely serious about his mission to be the world's greatest ninja!

30 review for Naruto, Vol. 58: Naruto vs. Itachi

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bradley

    Now Naruto is letting loose and showing the entire combined army what he's all about. The lulls in the series is starting to turn around. Love Itachi and Pain again, and Itachi is still one of the biggest bad-asses of anyone I've ever read. What a guy.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Aaryn Flott

    Finally decided to finish up the Naruto manga. I'll always love Itachi

  3. 5 out of 5

    brittany

    It would have like a 3 lmao -- Naruto is so overdramatic it seriously cracks me up. I can't believe I've even stuck with it for this long. It used to be like, really awesome though. I JUST WANT NARUTO AND SASUKE TO MEET AGAIN. BUT BUTTTTTTT..this chapter has a small tiny amazing appearance of Sasuke for like one page (LOL) in like a year!! So yes it gets a 5 for his pure sexiness and slight appearance. Sasuke is so hot lol

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Hey Naruto fans, have you cried over the tragic back story of Gaara lately? Good news: you get to totally do that in this volume! I swear to God, if Kishimoto keeps exploring all of the past and present jinchuuriki's back story like this, my Naruto graphic novels will become tear-soaked blocks of soggy paper. Also, is it just me or does the more terrifying aspects of this book's cover invoke some serious Attack On Titan vibes? Yikes.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Travis

    With Naruto back in the fray things seem to be looking up just quite a bit. A revived Itachi also joins our side and takes on a mission of his own!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Thenia

    A whole new level of AWESOMENESS!! Gaara and Itachi and the new and improved Naruto and lots and lots of fighting! Looking forward to watching the anime of this volume! And the wait for the next volume begins...

  7. 5 out of 5

    Megan M

    The epic return of Itachi and we finally learn what that crow Naruto swallowed way back when is all about. A very solid volume. I'm not sure how I feel about the not so recent revelation that Itachi was a good guy all along, but after this volume, I'm starting to buy it a lot more.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    The War rages on, and Naruto continues to defeat everyone in his way. The stuff with Itachi was the best of this volume, and whilst the fight scenes continue to be inventive, they're a bit grating when it's all basically Naruto defeating people for ages.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chloé

    The story is finally picking up again, and I really, really loved some of the touching scenes in this volume.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Michael Sorbello

    This is a review of the entire series. Once upon a time, the spirit of an evil Nine Tailed Fox wreaked havoc on Konohagakure; the Village Hidden in the Leaves, killing hundreds of honorable ninja in the skirmish and leaving many children without homes or parents. The Fourth Hokage (leader of the village) unleashes a forbidden jutsu (magic spell/ninja ability) to seal the spirit of the evil fox into the body of a newborn baby named Naruto at the cost of his own life. He did this in the hopes that This is a review of the entire series. Once upon a time, the spirit of an evil Nine Tailed Fox wreaked havoc on Konohagakure; the Village Hidden in the Leaves, killing hundreds of honorable ninja in the skirmish and leaving many children without homes or parents. The Fourth Hokage (leader of the village) unleashes a forbidden jutsu (magic spell/ninja ability) to seal the spirit of the evil fox into the body of a newborn baby named Naruto at the cost of his own life. He did this in the hopes that the boy could one day learn to master the power of the demonic spirit and use it to protect the village and become a great hero of the people. Unknown to the citizens of the Leaf, the Nine Tailed Fox was being controlled by an even more powerful adversary, a legendary rogue ninja that plans to wage war against the entire world from the shadows. The identity of the mysterious ninja that attacked the Leaf Village using the Nine Tails died with the Fourth Hokage, and he used what remained of his life to gift Naruto with the power of one day being able to stop this evil ninja and a clan of outlawed S-rank criminals called the Akatsuki from committing mass genocide against the many hidden villages and clans of the world. Because of the evil spirit sealed inside him, Naruto grew up hated by the other children of the village because they believe him and the Nine Tails to be one and the same. They believe he’s a ticking time bomb waiting to go off, waiting for the perfect moment to kill them all just like the Nine Tails killed their parents and families. Shunned, dehumanized and treated like dirt, Naruto vows to become the greatest hokage the world has ever seen so that he can receive the love and acknowledgement he never got as a child. On top of the Nine Tails power and the will to never quit, Naruto also possesses the uncanny ability to turn everyone he meets into a potential comrade. He brings out the best in his peers and tries his hardest to make his enemies see the errors of their ways. He disobeys the rules and ignores cultural traditions to try and make changes to the world and break the eternal cycle of war and hatred through his own methods. His determination is infectious to friend and foe alike. He earns himself the respect he deserves by overcoming one impossible obstacle at a time. Naruto encounters many fascinating and terrifying ninja over the course of his journey to become hokage. Among them are Sasuke Uchiha, Naruto’s best friend and rival who is driven by the vengeful lust to murder his elder brother after he wiped out their own clan in cold blood. Sasuke warms up to Naruto, but his hatred and trauma are dangerous forces that threaten to break his moral code as a ninja and destroy his reputation among his peers. Kakashi Hatake is a notorious copycat ninja that survived one of the most brutal and devastating wars in history as well as the Nine Tails attack on the Leaf Village. He becomes Naruto and Sasuke’s mentor and teaches them a great number of valuable lessons about surviving in the dangerous world of rogue ninja, bloodthirsty assassins and clans ruled by corruption. Jiraiya is a perverted yet wise sage who taught the Fourth Hokage everything he knew and he’s regarded as a god among shinobi that’s famous for his heroic actions in the second great ninja war. He takes an interest in Naruto and raises him as a father figure to carry on the legacy of the Fourth Hokage to prepare him for the many dangerous people that want to use his power for their own nefarious purposes. The Akatsuki is one such group of wicked ninja. Among them are Sasuke’s brother Itachi who murdered his clan and possesses many dangerous techniques involving illusions, psychological torture and elemental manipulation. Sasori who controls poisonous puppets with magical threads, Orochimaru who mastered the forbidden arts of reanimation and quasi-immortality, Deidara who fights from afar using detonating clay and many other deadly foes. The entire series chronicles Naruto and his fellow ninja comrades growing through countless trials and tragedies. There are hundreds of unique jutsus, clans, and techniques which lead to some very intense, creative and strategic battles between skilled ninja with diverse abilities that don’t always match up evenly. There are clan based abilities such as the Aburame clan’s ability to control insects, the Yamanaka clan’s ability to jump into other people’s minds and control their bodies and the Inuzuka clan’s ability to bond with wolves that learn to mimic their master’s battle skills. Then there’s ocular genetic abilities such as the sharingan which allows the user to create psychological illusions, copy their enemy’s abilities and manipulate elemental energy. The byakugan allows the user to read their enemies vital points and detect their spiritual energy from faraway. The rinnegan grants control over space and gravity and so on. On top of having countless unique abilities, nearly every character has a tragic backstory that makes them sympathetic and relatable, even the nastiest of the villains have well-explored reasons for following the paths they do and becoming the way they are. One of my favorite aspects of the series is how well it explores the physical, emotional and psychological effects war can have on society and culture as well as the survivors and future generations that are forced to live in them. How it breeds racism and cultural disputes, how it inspires hatred in orphaned children and war veterans robbed of their homes toward foreign nations, as well as how this eventually leads to further death, war, poverty and destruction. Learning to forgive the ones you hate to prevent further conflict and damaging the world for future generations even further is a major theme throughout the story. Being a massive 700 chapter series, it’s not too surprising that there’s some plot holes and consistency issues. A rule might be stated regarding the requirements and usage of a certain jutsu or ability only for that rule to be repeatedly broken 400 chapters later. Sometimes the characters and rules contradict themselves, sometimes the chronology of certain events and historical facts don’t match up perfectly, the lore and general backstory go through several retcons that change the philosophy and power scaling of the characters and the scope of world-building; the final arc especially drags on and breaks a lot of the logic and rules that the story spent the whole series setting up, etc... Naruto’s far from perfect, but I remember it very fondly for being one of the first series that introduced me to things like manga and Japanese entertainment in general. It was one of those childhood classics like Dragon Ball, Inuyasha, Yu Yu Hakusho and Rurouni Kenshin. The series grew up with me and I can’t help but feel grateful to it for introducing me to hundreds of other franchises that I’m still a huge fan of to this day and I continue to find many new ones on the regular. Naruto's journey from a clownish, disrespected outcast into a talented, well-loved and admired hero is a memorable one.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Aja: The Narcoleptic Ninja

    Itachi returns! Considering he's my favorite character this is obviously a moment I adored, but even better is how his character develops even more than it had when he was encountered in the past and the truth of his past came to light.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Cris Lightwood

    BOH QUE PASOTEEEEEEEEE *_____________*

  13. 4 out of 5

    David

    No words can explain how crazy Naruto is getting.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Miss Susan

    So lots of people fought other people and it was boring. Maybe the next volume will be more entertaining, things tend to get melodramatic when Sasuke's around. 2.5 stars

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    :D

  16. 4 out of 5

    M. Ashraf

    I've just caught up with the Anime. and I couldn't wait to know what is going to happen next and so I jumped right in the Manga. and it was great :) slightly different experience but still great.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mez

    AND ITACHI"S BACK! lucky he used Shuisi's eye to Protect the leaf. That was trange how he stored it in Naruto though Ugh!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Nonah

    Love love love!!!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Katharina

    January 8, 2013: 1hr. 30min. January 9, 2013: 1hr. 15min. January 18, 2013: 30 min.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Desi Ariyanis

    Naruto feat Gaara :D nice combine

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dorian Becerra

    I finished reading Naruto, Vol.58: Naruto vs. Itachi, a fiction book written by Masashi Kishimoto. In this volume Naruto & Killer Bee encounters Itachi & Nagato brought back from the dead by Kabuto using the Reanimation Jutsu. But Naruto has figured out that they cannot control their movements and will have to fight their friends but can they fight these powerful foes. I really liked this book because it brought back memories of Nagato & Itachi but also because the fight in the book was amazing. I finished reading Naruto, Vol.58: Naruto vs. Itachi, a fiction book written by Masashi Kishimoto. In this volume Naruto & Killer Bee encounters Itachi & Nagato brought back from the dead by Kabuto using the Reanimation Jutsu. But Naruto has figured out that they cannot control their movements and will have to fight their friends but can they fight these powerful foes. I really liked this book because it brought back memories of Nagato & Itachi but also because the fight in the book was amazing. The things Itachi told Naruto about never doing anything by himself and to never forget his friends was a great life lesson for people everywhere. I would recommend this book to people who love manga because this is a great manga to read. It is one of the best manga's I have ever read. I hope you enjoy Naruto as much as I did.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kingtaun R

    if you like naruto getting his tocks handed to him, and you read the last one you should read this volume. Also, lets not forget about the shisui fanboys they would love this volume as itachi uses the crow that has konoamatsukui in its left eye to remove the edo tensei. also the itachi fanboys who read itachis story would love this volume as well as the next few in which itachi and ssasuke talk big brother niisan things. love, gasan

  23. 5 out of 5

    Dominique "Eerie" Sobieska

    Overall Rating: 9/10 - This is basically a re-read for me as I have been reading Naruto since 2002, and I read every initial chapter release. There is just so much I can say about Naruto all of it Naruto, except the Kaguya part. I firmly believe it was a useless plot in a way and i would have been more content if we would have gone directly to the Naruto/ Sasuke fight after Madara's "defeat" (seriously he wasn't defeated just used, like Obito, like so many others....). I don't feel like I should Overall Rating: 9/10 - This is basically a re-read for me as I have been reading Naruto since 2002, and I read every initial chapter release. There is just so much I can say about Naruto all of it Naruto, except the Kaguya part. I firmly believe it was a useless plot in a way and i would have been more content if we would have gone directly to the Naruto/ Sasuke fight after Madara's "defeat" (seriously he wasn't defeated just used, like Obito, like so many others....). I don't feel like I should recommend this series, as it is pretty well known/ mainstream. Do I recommend it:

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mercedes McLean-Wheeler

    I have mixed feelings about seeing so many dead characters again. It’s great to get a few more interactions out of them, though I’m worried that by giving them more final words, their powerful endings might be sullied. So far I’ve felt pretty good about them, as they’ve served as quick reminders of powerful moments throughout the admittedly long series.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nishtha

    This is one of the best books since the Pain arc. As usual, Kishimoto-sensei excelled with backstories. Gaara's backstory was enough to make this a 5-star work, and Itachi's story and the last battle with the Raikage made this a sure-shot contender for the top 5 volumes in the whole series. I would have given it 5 stars for the last battle alone.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Zian B.

    The 4th Shinobi War continues with several familiar faces slowing down Naruto from officially arriving to help out the Allied Shinobi Forces. It was cool seeing the flashbacks as well as seeing everyone’s reaction when Naruto arrived to help them.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Elias Alexander

    Naruto is getting more and more powerful. Look out world. We have a secret weapon.

  28. 4 out of 5

    James

    Itachi's secret is brought out of Naruto.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Shawna (BacchusVines)

    Itachi!!! FIGHTS!! ALSO NARUTO GO TO YOUR BOYFRIEND, HE CRYING.

  30. 5 out of 5

    gabi

    Naruto is back in business! Yes! It was really great to see him in action once again. And I also loved seeing Itachi.

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