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Naruto is a manga by Masashi Kishimoto, the author of the Naruto anime series, and Toru Yano, a novelist, screenwriter, and illustrator.
It is the sixth and final installment in the Naruto manga series, which started with Naruto: Naruto the Movie in 2006.
The manga series follows Naruto Uzumaki, a shinobi of the ninja clan of Kage Bunshin.
The main characters in the series are a young man named Akatsuki, a boy named Shikamaru, and a girl named Sarada.
Akatsuki and Shikimaru are friends who live together in the Konoha Shinsengumi.
Shikaku and Sarada are orphans who are raised by the Kage.
Akamaru is the son of an infamous shinobi named Sasuke.
Naruto Uzama and his adoptive brother Naruto, who is named after the legendary ninja clan, are the most famous members of the Kages Shinshin, the original shinobi force that was founded by Sasuke Uchiha.
The Naruto series is often considered one of the most popular manga series in the world, having sold more than a million copies worldwide.