Figurine maker Fanhome launches a monthly subscription service that will send Naruto fans incredible hand-drawn models of their favorite characters.
Figurine maker Fanhome has launched a special subscription service for Naruto fans.
According to Otaku Magazine, anime fans who sign up will receive one of the company’s hand-drawn works from the new Naruto Shippuden Statue Collection every month. Fanhome has confirmed fan-favorite characters such as Naruto, Sasuke, Sakura, Nagato and Kakashi are part of the collection. Furthermore, each figurine will come with additional goodies, including a “well-researched and fully illustrated monthly magazine” that offers “in-depth explorations of the action-packed world. of Naruto Shippuden, its characters, story, and lore.”
Naruto debuted in 1999
Masashi Kishimoto’s Naruto manga first appeared in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine in 1999, with the final chapter published in the magazine in 2014. The story follows a shinobi wearing an orange shirt as he tries to become one. leader of his village. Along with his teammates, Sakura and Sasuke, and his Jonin teacher, Kakashi, Naruto trains to become a powerful ninja and learn the dark secrets of his world.
With over 250 million copies in circulation worldwide, Naruto is one of the best-selling manga series in history, along with Koyoharu Gotouge’s Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba and Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Balls. Studio Pierrot (Yu Yu Hakusho) adapted Kishimoto’s manga into two anime series; Naruto, which first aired from 2002 to 2007, and Naruto Shippuden, which premiered from 2007 to 2017. The franchise also includes numerous spin-offs, video games, and even stage plays. .
Naruto is still a cultural icon
Although nearly ten years have passed since the manga’s final chapter was published and six years have passed since the anime’s ending, anime/manga fans continue to flock to the ninja franchise and its companies. company uses that popularity to make a profit. In addition to Fanhome’s new Naruto statue subscription service, FaZe Clan, a professional e-sports organization, has launched a line of manga-inspired costumes featuring Shadow Clone life jackets and various hoodies and jackets Kakashi-themed. Additionally, luxury goods manufacturer Montblanc celebrated Naruto’s 20th anniversary with a collection of expensive leather goods and pens.
Naruto fans also contribute to the longevity of the brand by creating their own impressive content. For example, iconic manga artist In-Hyuk Lee recently posted epic redesigns of Sasuke, Rock Lee, Temari, and Kakashi with more realistic combat gear on his Twitter account. Similarly, Tiktok user staceyaveri uploaded a video detailing Team 7’s leaf carving when they were young.
VIZ Media distributes Kishimoto’s manga in North America, and both anime series are available to stream on Crunchyroll.
Source: Otaku Magazine
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