"Naruto" fans, rejoice!!
Less than seven days from the publication of the final "Naruto" chapters, an announcement was made that gives "Naruto" fans everywhere reason to be excited: a sequel mini-series to "Naruto" and "Naruto Shippuden" is confirmed to be in the works for Spring 2015, according to Saiyan Island.
Part 3 will reportedly feature the next generation of Hidden Leaf ninja. In other words, "the children of Naruto, Hinata, Sakura, Sasuke and others," Saiyan Island reports. However, this will not be an extensive series; merely a mini-series. How many books/chapters it will produce, and whether or not an anime can be expected, is unknown at the moment.
This is sure to create some buzz among fans on both sides of the spectrum (those who are desperate to see it and those who just want to see "Naruto" left alone). This mini-series will also, if the soon-to-be-released final chapters do not, reveal the romantic pairings that countless fans have been debating over for almost as long as the manga has been in production.
This is all a part of the "Naruto New Era Opening Project," a major project celebrating the series' 15th anniversary. There will also be releases of side story books by Shueisha, the last "Naruto" movie (suitably titled, "The Last"), a stage play and more.
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