Module 13: Naruto v. 1 by Masashi Kishimoto

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51wkLM2ZS4L__SL500_AA300_Title: Naruto v. 1

Author: Masashi Kishimoto

Publisher: Viz Media

Published Date: 2003


Naruto believes he can be the greatest ninja in his village. It’s too bad that he can’t even pass his ninja apprentice test to actually become a ninja. After finally passing his test, he gets tested himself. Will he become a master ninja?

APA Reference:

Kishimoto, M. (2003). Naruto v. 1. Viz Media.


I had a hard time reading right to left and following the pictures at first. Once I got used to it, the story went by quickly and I caught on to how addictive this type of story can be. I don’t know about reading all 50 some odd books in the series, but I might give it a try.

Professional Review:

Naruto is young orphan who has grown up in the ninja village Konohagakure in Naruto, Volume 1. Despised and ridiculed…

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Megahobby autumn 2012

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Megahobby is over and gladly nothing new was announced that I really want so I guess this is a god send of some sort. The only things of real note were prototypes painted or not.

Last week I was talking about Alter’s Waver figure and this week we have Megahouse’s Waver to drool over. I’ll be straight I don’t like Alter’s version at all, to the point where I think it’s ugly however MH’s is everything I ever wanted in a Waver figure.

Thankith to the ninja photographers!! 

He may be in a boring/average pose but in my opinion it’s tone better than the moe and rather weak looking. Though that is a part of Waver’s character I’m a fan of his strong and determined side that placed loyalty towards Rider (oh dear god I’m getting those feels remembering Fate/Zero). Also you can clearly see his command seal which was a big thing for me…

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I have discovered the joy of Yotsuba&!

Yotsuba&! is a Japanese manga by Kiyohiko Azuma (links to Azuma-san’s Japanese blog), featuring a strange little girl called Yotsuba. Yotsuba’s name literally mean four leaves – 四葉 – and her hair is coloured green, so she looks a little like a human four leaf clover. Yotusba is apparently an orphan who has been adopted by Koiwai, who works as a translator. Each of the stories revolves around Yotsuba’s encounters with the world around her. Other key characters are Koiwai’s gigantic friend Jumbo, his work colleague Yanda (whom my husband and I detest almost as strongly as Yotsuba does), and the family who live next door. Occasionally, Yotsuba encounters other characters on her adventures, too.

In Japan, the manga appears in the monthly magazine Dengeki Daioh. So far, the stories have been collected into 11 volumes, all of which have been translated and…

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