Because of a deal with Selecta Vision, the Naruto animation is already available on Amazon Prime Video

Ninja from Hidden Leaf Village makes an unexpected appearance on Amazon Prime Video... amazing!

Because of a deal with Selecta Vision, the Naruto animation is already available on Amazon Prime Video

In the so-called'streaming battle,' Amazon Prime Video has no intention of being left behind. More outdoor, vintage, and current content is being added to the platform.


With additions like the Detective Conan anime and the Night's Watch movie (Kimetsu no Yaiba): Infinity Train, Amazon Prime Video is getting the hang of anime.


Another legendary anime series has now been added to the platform's portfolio to excite Japanese animation enthusiasts.


Of course, we're talking about Naruto, the iconic anime based on Masashi Kishimoto's manga (Kishimoto Masashi).


The first 52 episodes of the Naruto anime are now available on Amazon Prime Video thanks to a deal between Amazon Prime Video and Selecta Vision.


For those of you who are familiar with the plot, it arguably continues until after Gaara and Rock Lee's fight, during the Chnin (Chuunin) exam.


Naruto follows Naruto Uzumaki (Naruto Uzumaki), an outgoing young guy whose ambition is to become the best ninja in the Hidden Leaf Village.


However, being a ninja is not a walk in the park; you must first study progressively difficult techniques and achieve the Genin grade before taking the Chnin exam.


Naruto, along with his Team 7 comrades Sakura Haruno (Haruno Sakura), Sasuke Uchiha (Uchiha Sasuke), and Kakashi Hatake (Hatake Kakashi), will embark on an expedition that will see their power expand exponentially.


But this is only the beginning of the story; the 52 Naruto anime episodes accessible on Amazon Prime Video are only a quarter of the original series' 220 episodes.


It's extremely likely that the partnership between Amazon Prime Video and Selecta Vision will soon include new Naruto episodes on the site, but it's not terrible to open your mouth.

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