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Naruto, Vol. 50: Water Prison Death Match (Naruto #50)

4.34 of 5 stars 4.34  ·  rating details  ·  2,083 ratings  ·  28 reviews
Killer Bee vs. Kisame! Plus, the realization of Naruto's worst nightmare seems inevitable as the war he's tried to stop for so long looms on the horizon. And Sakura corners Naruto with a reveal that's gonna knock him for a serious loop. Then, a truth behind the modern ninja world sheds new light on Naruto's true role in the fate of his universe.
Paperback, 200 pages
Published February 1st 2011 by VIZ Media LLC (first published March 4th 2010)
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Shahriar Khan
this is another great book by Masashi Kishimoto.

i decided to read this book beacause i love the naruto series. i love it beacause of the fantasy and dicipline.

this book fills in the category of "own Choice". it was EXTREMELY easy because i just had to choose a book.

my favourite quote is." it is not to late for you... do not be obsessed by hatred that you escape to a world of solitude". I like this because it means hatred is not right and we should forgive and if we do hate we will be alone fore
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Sarah Jane Smith
Ah, the volume with the infamous "STOP JOKING SAKURA" chapters. Yeah, that didn't go down well, did it? At least Sakura meant well. The fight between Killer Bee and Kisame was pretty epic, as was Sasuke's release of Susano'o against Gaara. I don't get people giving Gaara shit for crying a little over Sasuke's story; if anyone in that building understood Sasuke's situation the most, it would definitely be Gaara. Re-read the part of the Genin Test arc where Gaara fights Naruto then come back and t ...more
Jenny
[Ch. 464-473:]

I can't believe Gaara shed a tear over Sauske.. *shakes head*

Madara's 'Moon-Eye Plan' was absolutely ridiculous. I don't see how he expected to convince the kages that his ideas to be realistic.

I can't believe what happened to Kisame! :(
He was one of the better Akatsuki members..


Taruia
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Sara
Pretty good. No real complaints. I'm just not as emotionally invested in the whole thing as I used to be. :( It makes me sad, but I have 100+ chapters ahead of me, so I hope it can suck me back in. I liked seeing Kisame transform. That's pretty much how my brain has always seen him -the man-shark- so it was satisfying. I liked his water bubble trap, too. And Ponta is really cute. And that even more retro version of Guy-sensei, Sabu was mildly amusing. I liked seeing Yamato-taichou as I always do ...more
Ashley
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Nicole
I love this series. Some series lose quality over time, or get too diluted with repetitive story lines, but Naruto has matured/aged so well. In the earliest volumes, you see a group of young kids graduating from school, learning to be ninjas, and really learning how to become adults. And always at the core of the fun and levity, action and adventure, is the serious stories of both Naruto and Sasuke. Two boys with similar suffering, losing their entire families early in life and learning how to c ...more
Desi Ariyanis
Don't cry Gaara :,(
I know why you cried, it could be you if you didn't listened to Naruto that day.
K.C. Rivers
Mixed feelings on this one. It was almost boring until the very end, which seemed to redeem itself. Perhaps it's just my imagination, but it seems like some of the characters are becoming very simplistic in their hairstyles and costumes. I guess one can only come up with so many character designs before they start running out of fresh ideas. Still, it gives me hope that the series will jump back into greatness.
Danand8
It is really fun to read if you have kept up with the series....
Angela
I love Naruto, but Killer Bee just annoys the heck out of me. His annoying yo yo's and rapping just makes me want to bang my head against the wall repeatively. lol. The story line is definitely growing interesting again though. Squeeeee....
Linny
there was a part where Sakura "confessed", to Naruto that she loved him. I was like okay wow! ......................................................................................................turns out it was all just a lie LOL
Melia
nice as always

"Mel, kan di internet udah sampe vol berapa tau deh..."
"Ahhhh ga mauuu, maunya baca dalam bentuk buku."
hehehe :D

jadi saya akan bersabar sampe volume selanjutnya terbit ;)
Aleina
Not a huge fan of Kisame or the 8-tails..or Raikage...or Tsuchikage.... and especially Danzo. And Sasuke! Dude! Get ahold of yourself!!!!
Michael
So much happens in this book after waiting so long for the next part of the story. I can't wait to see it animated.
Dru
The end of Kisame??? Say it ain't so! Also my two favorite underlings Foo and Torune work some of their awesome magic.
Yola NY
aarrghhh,, dikit lagi koit tuh si sasuke. madara malah nolongin.
Tsing Lin
This book alot of action, and makes me wonder a lot of things
Mary
Samehada is the coolest sword it's like a pet.
Indah Threez Lestari
#Program BUBU

Pertama dibaca 13 Januari 2011.
Avery Santiago
i like the action it was just like the show
David De
Serious fights within this volume.
sara frances
killer bee <3!!!

also sakura is a ho
Kathleen
Killer Bee is my favorite jinchuriki.
Lizzete rendon
i wnna read sooo badly its intense
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Masashi Kishimoto (岸本 斉史 Kishimoto Masashi) is a Japanese manga artist, well known for creating the manga series Naruto. His younger twin brother, Seishi Kishimoto, is also a manga artist and creator of the manga series O-Parts Hunter (666 Satan) and Blazer Drive. Two of his former assistants, Osamu Kajisa (Tattoo Hearts) and Yuuichi Itakura (Hand's), have also gone on to moderate success followin ...more
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