Naruto is a manga series made by one famous Japanese company, and it is well known in both Europe and Asia. I’ve seen Naruto on Cartoon Network Channel in American Version, and I’ve been hooked up since. Let me describe some plots about the story. The series divide into two parts, Naruto and Naruto: Shippuden. Naruto mainly talks about a young boy named Naruto Uzumaki, the protagonist, who became the host of the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox when he was a baby after the Fourth Hokage sealed the beast inside his body in order to save his village, Konohagakure (The Hidden Leave Village). As he grew up, he felt abandoned by everybody, and especially most of the villagers hate him and treated him like a monster because of the beast sealed inside him. Even though he felt alone and struggled to survive bitterly, he never gave up hope, and that’s the best thing I like about the character Naruto. And, also, his determination and dream are what keep him going. His dream is to become the Hokage, one of the greatest Ninjas in the world, so that the whole village would start respecting him and treated him like he’s somebody, somebody important! As the story goes along, he inspires other characters through both his actions and determination never to give up. One thing he usually says, “I’m not going to give up! I’m not going back on my words! That’s my ninja way! Believe it!”
I don’t know when the series will ever end, for I’ve just watched until Season 2, and now the channel replays from the first Season over again. I’ll have to wait for Season 3 for who knows how long. However, I have to admit, it is one of the best cartoons I’ve ever seen. I like the fight, and the words and determination of each character. It does not only entertain the watchers, it also teaches the audiences valuable lessons in real life. If you have cable TV, don’t forget to watch Naruto on Cartoon Network Channel (CN) from 9:00 to 9:30 every weeknight. Believe it!
For further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naruto