Naruto (3-in-1 Edition), Vol. 1: Includes Vols. 1, 2 & 3

Naruto (3-in-1 Edition), Vol. 1: Includes Vols. 1, 2 & 3

Reads R to L (Japanese Style), for audiences T Containing volumes 1, 2 and 3 of Naruto! Twelve years ago the Village Hidden in the Leaves was attacked by a fearsome threat. A nine-tailed fox spirit claimed the life of the village leader, the Hokage, and many others. Today, the village is at peace and a troublemaking kid named Naruto is struggling to graduate from Ninja Ac...

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Title:Naruto (3-in-1 Edition), Vol. 1: Includes Vols. 1, 2 & 3
Author:Masashi Kishimoto
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ISBN:1421539896
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:600 pages

Naruto (3-in-1 Edition), Vol. 1: Includes Vols. 1, 2 & 3 Reviews

  • Emily
    Jul 31, 2011

    I just finished reading this book. It only took me a few days to read it (about 5 days). Since I have already seen the series and just began reading the manga, I already know the main storyline. However, reading the book is much more gratifying! There are many details that I missed or overlooked because they weren't included in the anime (or at least not in the same ways). Overall, this book is AMAZING! It is awesome that it is the combination of three volumes of Naruto in one book! It did not t

    I just finished reading this book. It only took me a few days to read it (about 5 days). Since I have already seen the series and just began reading the manga, I already know the main storyline. However, reading the book is much more gratifying! There are many details that I missed or overlooked because they weren't included in the anime (or at least not in the same ways). Overall, this book is AMAZING! It is awesome that it is the combination of three volumes of Naruto in one book! It did not take me long to finish this book AT ALL! Exciting and philosophical, this book helps bring classical Japanese folk-lore to modern audiences via tales of love, chivalry, admiration, and competition! This book truly has something for everyone!

    I give it 5 stars!

  • Wickedshizuku
    Jul 19, 2015

    Volume 1:

    I always find myself thinking

    Of course we start the volume off with Chapter 1: Uzumaki, Naruto.

    We are given a brief explanation of a monster nine-tailed demon fox attacking the village of Konoha(village Hidden in the Leaves). Then we are zoomed to present day events which shows our trouble making protagonist, Naruto. He has graffiti-ed the Hokage mountain that is a monument of the village leaders.

    As we continue to read we find out that Naruto isn't the model student, and that he doesn

    Volume 1:

    I always find myself thinking

    Of course we start the volume off with Chapter 1: Uzumaki, Naruto.

    We are given a brief explanation of a monster nine-tailed demon fox attacking the village of Konoha(village Hidden in the Leaves). Then we are zoomed to present day events which shows our trouble making protagonist, Naruto. He has graffiti-ed the Hokage mountain that is a monument of the village leaders.

    As we continue to read we find out that Naruto isn't the model student, and that he doesn't have any parents due to the Nine-Tail's attack. Which in a convoluted way you could say that this is one of the perfect underdog mangas in many ways.

    Definitely a manga with stellar art.

    Cheers and Happy Readings!

    Volume 2:

    This volume starts off with Chapter 8:That's why you're failures.

    Team 7 have made it to the middle of their genin exam. It seems tougher than they ever imagined. This Kakashi-sensei seems like a dangerous opponent. It's up to you to find out what happens in this exciting manga.

    Cheers and Happy Reading!

    Volume 3:

    We start off with Chapter 18: Training Commences.

    Who ever would have thought that tree climbing could be considered training? I honestly fell in love with the explanation/theory of chakra. Just the possibilities that Masashi-san brought to the forefront of the what-ifs.

    Meanwhile later we discover the villains which is interesting to see played.

    Captivating scenes of determination await.

    Cheers and Happy Readings!

  • Mohammad Aboomar
    Oct 10, 2015

    Less than average...

  • FangirlB
    Jan 06, 2016

    I absolutely love this series. (At the moment im up to episode 142 in Naruto Shippuden and I only started watching it around October 2015 and I havent skipped any episodes starting from the first episode ever episode of Naruto.) And so I decided to buy the manga because of how in love with this series I am. It is such an amazing and intriguing series that you cant help but become obssessed with it and it deserves its' recognition. It has a wide variety of characters, each with their own in depth

    I absolutely love this series. (At the moment im up to episode 142 in Naruto Shippuden and I only started watching it around October 2015 and I havent skipped any episodes starting from the first episode ever episode of Naruto.) And so I decided to buy the manga because of how in love with this series I am. It is such an amazing and intriguing series that you cant help but become obssessed with it and it deserves its' recognition. It has a wide variety of characters, each with their own in depth personalities and it had a lot of thought going into it. I absolutely love the storyline aswell because it is about Naruto following his dream and his journey of how he gets there and it motivates you to never give up and he is a character who you just can't hate. You also get the other characters stories and you see how they grow aswell. It is such an interesting series that I would recommend to everyone because it can make you laugh until your belly hurts, cry until you can't breathe, fall in love with the majority of the characters and you just cannot put it down. I can't wait to get the next one, even though I know what happens, because starting from the beginning again and seeing how much Naruto and the gang have truly grown just makes you feel so proud of them.

  • Xavier (CharlesXplosion)
    Jan 22, 2017

    Overall this a solid start to a series. My only gripes with this volume are the info-dumpy parts, which really slowed things down. Otherwise, this was an excellent first volume!

  • Jackie B. Forman
    Jun 17, 2016

    Naruto is an orphan in his village of ninjas. The whole village has picked on him his whole life, and it's turned Naruto into a troublemaking jokester. This village owes its survival to the Fourth Hokage, or leader, of their village. About 15 years ago, a nine-tailed fox demon was on the verge of destroying the village when he saved them all by sealing the spirit of the demon away. After graduating from the ninja academy, Naruto discovers that the fox demon was actually sealed inside his body. S

    Naruto is an orphan in his village of ninjas. The whole village has picked on him his whole life, and it's turned Naruto into a troublemaking jokester. This village owes its survival to the Fourth Hokage, or leader, of their village. About 15 years ago, a nine-tailed fox demon was on the verge of destroying the village when he saved them all by sealing the spirit of the demon away. After graduating from the ninja academy, Naruto discovers that the fox demon was actually sealed inside his body. Suddenly understanding the aggression of his villagers, this only fuels Naruto to follow his dream: To beat his inner demon and become the greatest Hokage his village has ever seen!

    I'm glad I picked up this Omnibus as my introduction. The first volume of a manga is typically the weakest. The artist is still solidifying the characters visually, as well as their personalities. What makes most manga different from the comics and graphic novels of America is that frequently manga writers and artists are one and the same. They are traditionally drawn in black and white, meaning no inking or coloring is required. The weakest first volume was certainly true in this case. I found that I was quite interested in Naruto's origin story, but things quickly fell flat for me. I know that we are still building characters, so I was patient and continued to read.

    Yet, by the time we got to the

    (!! Of course) ending of Volume 3, I was hooked. We finally have some standard characters who are beginning to develop. We have delicate plot devices and subtle hints to the future. I struggle a bit with reading the ninjutsu fights in this format, however. Some of the cells are challenging to interpret. I hope that I can get used to them as I continue.

    Bring on the rest. Only about 14,400 pages to go!

  • Jeremy I
    Oct 19, 2016

    I think this book was great it helped me see something that i didnt see in the show. It is kind of long the could of made it longer by finshing the story with zabuza in stead of it ending on naruto useing the ninetails chackra.

  • Suha
    Dec 21, 2016

    This is the first manga that I've read and it was quite enjoyable.

  • Cedric Choinière
    Jan 03, 2017

    Amazing!!

  • Chloé
    Feb 20, 2017

    Actual Rating: 4.5 Stars

    It took me a while to get into the story, but once I did I thoroughly enjoyed it! I like how detailed this manga is compared to all the others I've read in the past. I know this is considered a classic manga series, and I can see why. The story truly is wonderful and exciting.