Two cosplayers recreate the deaths of Naruto’s parents: The Fourth Hokage Minato Namikaze and Kushina Uzumaki after the Nine-Tails attacked.
Two cosplayers have recreated the death of Naruto’s The Fourth Hokage and Kushina Uzumaki.
@narutos_cosplay uploaded a picture on Twitter of two cosplayers who recreated the moment when Naruto’s parents passed away in the original anime series. The unnamed cosplayers posed in the role of Minato Namikaze and Kushina Uzumaki after the Nine-Tails slashed the two with its claw when they ran to protect their infant son. Minato secured half of the Nine-Tails inside Naruto during the couple’s final moment. They then said their final goodbyes to their baby. Minato asked the Third Hokage to not reveal Naruto’s identity secret to protect Naruto from harm.
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Naruto Inspires Epic Cosplay
Due to the popularity of Naruto as one of The Big Three along with One Piece, Bleach, and Bleach cosplayers are often drawn to Naruto characters for their recreation. The Big Three is a term used to describe the three anime as mentioned above at the height of their fame. In the past, Naruto cosplays included Bakka’s incredible portrayal of Kakashi Hatake and Izanamitan’s recreation of Madara Uchiha. Hinata Hyuga, as well as Naruto Uzumaki, are both popular choices among cosplayers.
The Battle of Destiny: Namikaze Minato Vs. Kurama Ultimate Diorama was made available by the Naruto franchise in June 2022. The fans will have to pay $1,199 for this detailed statue, which is two feet high. The extravagant piece of memorabilia shows the epic battle of Minato and the Nine-Tails, with The Fourth Hokage holding the Flying Thunder God kunai and Kurama with a Tailed Beast Bomb.
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HyperX collaborated closely with a long-time anime company to develop gaming peripherals that were inspired by Itachi Uchiha and other products based on the Naruto universe. The collection includes gaming headsets, keyboards, and mousepads that are bright oranges and black and crimson to be inspired by the characters. The anime franchise also joined forces with Fortnite with skins of characters inspired by Naruto, Sakura Haruno, Kakashi, and Sasuke Uchiha.
Despite the popularity of the anime’s continued success through its sequel series and other collaborations Masashi Kishimoto’s Naruto manga series first began serialization in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1999. Pierrot and Aniplex transformed the manga into Naruto’s very first anime series. The show aired 220 episodes between 2002 until 2007. The follow-up anime, Naruto: Shippuden, continues the young shinobi’s adventures across 500 episodes from 2007 until 2017. Additionally, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations focus on the kids of the main characters, including Naruto and Hinata’s kids, Boruto and Himawari, and Sakura Sasuke’s daughter Sarada.
Hulu streams Naruto and its sequel series. The Naruto manga is available in English from VIZ Media.