Naruto Manga – The Farewell Chapter

naruto manga end Everyone is influenced by the end of Masashi Kishimoto-sensei’s manga Naruto. Having become one of the most popular titles on a worldwide basis, this story is also getting a remarkable farewell. See below all the amazing messages that the Naruto manga creator received from his Nakama in the Weekly Shounen Jump.

Millions hearts were broken once Naruto’s last chapter was published. Full-colour and a canon epilogue with romance, the Hokage truth and a mysterious path for Sasuke. Fans of One Piece also felt it as Eiichiro Oda devoted his own manga’s cover page to the other one big title which grew up somewhat alongside his own Luffy. See both images where Masashi Kishimoto pays tribute for a great senpai (One Piece) and where that same man, mangaka Eiichiro Oda shakes hands with him.
The third image is a segment of the latest Weekly Shounen Jump magazine where the last two chapters of the Naruto series was published. Read what the other mangaka had to say for Kishimoto-sensei and his amazing effect on the shounen scene.

Naruto manga last chapterNaruto manga One Piece FarewellNaruto Manga - from the teamHere is a rough translation of what they said:

Ansatsu Kyoushitsu’s Yusei Matsui: It’s an honour to be here and to witness the last set of such large footprints. Kishimoto-sensei, honestly, you’ve done a great job!

One Piece’s Eiichiro Oda: Sometimes a friend, sometimes a rival. I am grateful to the depths of my heart for being able to serialise alongside Naruto for 15 whole years!! Kishimoto-san, good job after such a long work!!”

Boku no Hero Academia’s Kouhei Horikoshi: Naruto is my youth itself. Thank you so much for creating the best shonen manga!

Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma‘s Yuuto Tsukuda & Shun Saeki: The end of the manga I first encountered in my middle school…! Kishimoto-sensei, good job after the long work! (Saeki: Completely agreed!)

Hinomaru Zumou’s Kawada: I’ve been reading read Naruto since I was a student. I’ve always admired it. Kishimoto-sensei, good job after the long work!

Gintama’s Hideaki Sorachi: The shinobi walked away as elegantly as the wind. Kishimoto-sensei, Naruto – Farewell. Believe!

Saiki Kusuo no Psi Nan’s Shuuichi Asou: The authors’ comment section is going to be crazy this week! (laughs) Kishimoto-sensei, good job after the long work!

Haikyu!!’s Haruichi Furudate: It was an honour to collaborate at the Anime Festa. I admire how cool Naruto is!

Toriko’s Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro: Whoa! Kishimoto-san, honestly, congratulations on bringing these 15 years to an end! Thank you for giving us Naruto!

Nisekoi’s Naoshi Komi: I’m very happy to have been present for the end of a legendary serialisation. Really, good job after the long work!

World Trigger’s Daisuke Ashihara: A piece of Jump history has ended. Kishimoto-sensei, good job on your giant serialisation of 15 years.

Judos’s Shinsuke Kondou: I respect the work that became the bridge for Jump for the past 15 years from the bottom of my heart. Kishimoto-sensei, good job after the long work!

Hi-Fi Cluster’s Ippei Gotou: Kishimoto-sensei, good job on finishing the series after such a long run. It’s an honour to share the same pages of this celebrated issue.

Isobe Isobee Monogatari ~Ukiyo wa Tsurai yo~‘s Ryou Nakama: I think the young mangaka are very passionate in trying to succeed Naruto. I’ll do my best as well.

Bleach’s Tite Kubo: Kishimoto-san, great job on completing such a long run! I think you’ll still be busy after finishing, but at least take a little rest!

Kochira Katsushika-ku Kamearikouen-mae Hashutsujo’s Osamu Akimoto: Kishimoto-san, good work on a long, 15-year serialisation. I’ll be waiting for you to return with your new work.

Sporting Salt’s Yuuto Kubota: Kishimoto-sensei, good work on doing such a long series! I’ve been reading the manga since I was a child. I love Rock Lee.

Yoakemonos’s Yousaku Shibata: Kishimoto-sensei, good work finishing after so long! I’m going to go on a training journey and come back when I’m more skilled! Thank you!

I have intentionally left out Yuudai Kimura’s comment, as it was unrelated to the Naruto manga finale.

Naruto’s Kishimoto-sensei shared his thoughts as well: It’s a bittersweet, reaching the last chapter. Although it’s difficult for me, I can say one thing: I am very thankful to my readers, for sticking with us until the end. It was a long journey. Believe!

Meanwhile, Shueisha released the full first chapter of Naruto online – for all to read! It is inside the Shounen Jupm issue where the Naruto manga launched. Alongside it, there is Rurouni Kenshin’s last chapter and many more.  (Keep in mind that server is overloaded quite often nowadays) The item is available until 23rd November, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. Japanese local time

Source: ANN. Weekly Shounen Jump, Natalie (Comic)

Well, what re you expecting from the future?

7 thoughts on “Naruto Manga – The Farewell Chapter

  1. I am not sure if I prefer for the new project to be related or completely different. I really hope it is as good, though :)

  2. I was never good in farewells with favourite books, manga, movies or anime… As sad as this may sound, I think this nostalgia will be with me for a long while.

    Still, I am hoping for a new manga from Kishimoto-sensei and wish him all the best.

    1. I feel the same way…always too hard to accept something that has been with you all of your life won’t be there anymore… And I never was a big fan even! :D

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