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Naruto's new illustration by Masashi Kishimoto with Pain

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Published on Nov 10, 2019

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In Osaka and Tokyo from October to December 2019, is currently holding the second edition of the third theatre show live action based on manga Naruto Masashi Kishimoto, Live Spectacle Naruto: Akatsuki no Shirabe (Live Spectacle Naruto: The Melody of the Dawn).

To celebrate the re-run of the successful theatrical performance was delivered to the viewers a new book in which is presented an original illustration by Masashi Kishimoto himself, which puts an emphasis on Naruto Uzumaki and one of his enemies, Pain, in version chibi and colored.

An illustration is really nostalgic, and that warms the hearts of fans if we think back to how much time has elapsed from the rise of Pain in the series by Masashi Kishimoto.

You can look at the picture colored of the two students of Jiraiya in the first image to the left of the following tweet disseminated by user @sasuke14fun. Signed in lower right by the author, here to you:

これから昼公演('ω')/楽しみ #ナルステ pic.twitter.com/qphkE4FU6e

— 吉岡 隼 (@sasuke14fun) November 9, 2019

The illustration is, among other things, appropriate from the moment that the Organization Alba is at the heart of the history of theatrical performance, and also Pain is present in the scenes portrayed by the japanese actor Teruma. Kodai Matsuoka is, however, Naruto Uzumaki.

The rest of the cast returns in the theatrical scenes. Naruto is played by Matsuoka Kodai, Sasuke from Ryūji Sato, Itachi from Shinji Rachi, Sakura Yui Itō, Kakashi from Yūki Kimisawa, and so on. The script of the show is curated by Akiko Kodama.

The first edition of the show took place from may 19 to June 4, 2017 at the AiiA 2.5 Theater Tokyo”. Later it was proposed at the “Osaka''s Mielparque Hall” from the 16th to the 22nd June 2017, and at the AiiA 2.5 Theater Tokyo from July 29 to August 6, 2017.

The series of theatrical license plate “Live Spectacle Naruto” is part of the Project Naruto, the initiative consists of feature films, novels, spin-offs and much more to celebrate 15 years of age and the end of the manga of Masashi Kishimoto took place in 2014.

Naruto's new illustration by Masashi Kishimoto with Pain is MangaForever.net

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