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Naruto Shippuden Episode 102

The English dub of the season aired on Disney XD from July 30 to November 5, 2011. Episodes 89 to 98 were broadcast until the show was removed from Disney XD's schedule.[4][5] The season premiered on Neon Alley starting with episode 99 from December 29, 2012 to January 7, 2013. The complete season would make its English television debut on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block and premiere from November 15, 2015 to May 15, 2016.

Naruto Shippuden Episode 102

The first twelve episodes were collected in a DVD box by Viz Media on October 11, 2011.[6] Additionally, Manga Entertainment collected the first episodes alongside the last ones from the previous season on November 7, 2011 in a 2-disc DVD set in the United Kingdom.[7]

The season uses five musical themes: two opening themes and three ending themes. "Closer" by Joe Inoue is used as the opening theme for episodes 89-102. It is replaced in episode 103 by "Hotaru no Hikari" (ホタルノヒカリ, "Glow of Fireflies") from Ikimono-gakari. The first ending theme is "Long Kiss Good Bye" by Halcali used only for the first two episodes. "Bacchikoi!!!" (バッチコイ!!!, "Bring It On!!!") by Dev Parade was used as the ending for episodes 91-102. It is replaced in episode 103 with "Shinkokyū" (深呼吸, "Deep Breath") by Super Beaver.

This run of "Naruto" episodes contains one of the most compelling arcs in the series. Naruto and his fellow genin (junior ninjas) set off to bring Sasuke back, led by the recently promoted Shikamaru. Each young shinobi fights high above his level in this storyline, which also introduces cooperation with their new allies, the Three Sand Siblings. Furthermore, the arc ends in Naruto's first great showdown with Sasuke.

The final movie of the original "Naruto" series, "Crescent Moon Kingdom" is most notable for replacing Sasuke with Rock Lee and for showing off the team's new warm-weather outfits. "Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom" is placed after Episode 196 because it was released around the same time as that episode. Plus, scenes from the movie made it into the opening of Episodes 197 through 199. But again, both "Naruto" movies, "Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom" and "Legend of the Stone of Gelel," could theoretically be thrown anywhere, as long as they end up among the many filler episodes that finish the series. Another option would be to watch the episodes, then watch the movies.

"Naruto" ends with yet more filler episodes. In general, these episodes are usually either a flashback to backstory with mostly inconsequential details, a mission with people from different teams thrown together to hone their skills (and often look for Sasuke), a display of strengthening alliances with entities such as Hidden Sand Village, or an exploration of a "What if?" scenario. Episode 220, in which Naruto leaves with Jiraiya, is tied to the same event in the comics, however, and is therefore definitely canon. If you're looking to speed through the series, you can jump to Episode 220, in which Naruto leaves Hidden Leaf Village to travel and train with the legendary Sannin, Jiraiya.

Unfortunately, the "Naruto: Shippuden" movies can be even tougher to fit into the right order than the original "Naruto" flicks. Not only are there simply more episodes and arcs to sort through, some of these movies have serious inconsistencies with the canon story. That said, this one is relatively easy to fit.

A lot happens in this stretch of episodes. Here, we witness the death of a major sensei, the rise of the new Ino-Shika-Cho team, and Naruto inventing a new super-powerful jutsu based on the Rasengan. Though the second half of this run, from Episode 91 to Episode 112, is considered quasi-canon, it does contain a tailed beast which makes some impact on the storyline. Therefore, you might as well watch this stretch of storytelling.

"Will of Fire" is one of the few movies with references to things from the series, which make it clear that it has to take place after the "Kakashi Chronicles" episodes, which end with Episode 120. Also, Naruto, Sai, and Sakura break village rules and follow Kakashi, an act of disobedience Sai would only have been able to commit after some time spent with Team Seven.

There is a huge death in this run, one that hits Naruto especially hard. The Akatsuki also seriously up their activity, and Jiraiya is haunted by a student from his past. In an especially important flashback, Jiraiya even offers the viewers a major revelation as to Naruto's parentage. Sasuke finally gets the revenge that has motivated him for most of his life ... and realizes he knew nothing. In the aftermath, he joins the seriously-dwindled Akatsuki. This stretch of episodes contains an arc some fans call filler, which actually ends up having a big role in later episodes. Bottom line: These episodes are impactful and important.

In Episodes 197 through 251, we see the Five Kage unite to fight a known threat and endure the death of a (shady) major Hidden Leaf player. We're also treated to a whole lot of filler episodes featuring the villagers rebuilding Hidden Leaf Village, while flashing back to various fun but ultimately unimportant backstories. If one were to get really technical with watching order, they should jump ahead to Episode 311 before moving on to the next movie, and then move on to episode 252. This is because Episode 311 is a special episode made to coincide with "Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie." They both take place before the Fourth Shinobi War, and involve an experiment with the jutsu upon which Tobi bases the pivotal Infinite Tsukuyomi.

This massive run of 240 episodes is impossible to properly describe in a term paper, much less a slide. Here we encounter the Fourth Great Shinobi War, Naruto and Sasuke's final battle, and Naruto's ascendancy to a status unimaginable to anybody who knew the boy growing up. Suffice it to say, a lot of incredible things happen to every man, woman, and beast in the "Naruto" world. These episodes feature amazing battle after amazing battle, creating an absolutely jaw-dropping storyline that goes toe-to-toe with the greatest anime sagas around. Though again, Episode 311 should be watched after 251, not in its series order.

With the original Naruto and Naruto: Shippuden series, you are going to find yourself jumping around between the show and the various movies that have come along to accompany them. Start at the beginning and keep working your way through the first 101 episodes. Once there, the movies get mixed into the arcs, and below is where to slot them all in.

Much like the original series, start Naruto Shippuden from the beginning. But this time, you won't have as many episodes to get through before you run into your first movie break - 32 episodes to be precise.

The events of Boruto: Naruto The Movie are covered within the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations series during episodes 53-66. This means if you want to get up to speed with Boruto before the movie, we'd suggest only starting after episode 52, and then continuing onwards with the rest of the episodes, up to the very present.

Two Naruto Shippuuden episodes were released today since there was not an episode last week. I hope most of you guys are still alive to see these episodes this week because I know how hard it was to survive without Naruto for a week! Anyways, enjoy the episode.

Even though the majority of the filler episodes do not contribute to the plotline, there are some important filler arcs that give a clear image of the mess that happens now and then in the anime. In this article, we sorted out the best list possible out of the astounding 720 episodes to weed out the important and unimportant Fillers or Anime only episodes to maximize your Naruto experience!

Naruto Shippuden was an anime series that ran from 2007 to 2017. In total 500 episodes of Naruto Shippuden were aired. With a total of 205 reported filler episodes, Naruto Shippuden has a high filler percentage of 41%. 041b061a72


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