Video – Masashi Kishimoto Sketches Naruto

Posted by Natalie Robinson
Tags: Naruto, Videos,

Back in December of 2011 Masashi Kishimoto (the creator of Naruto) sketched our favorite hyperactive knuckle head ninja at Jump Festa in Chiba’s Makuhari Messe Center. Viz Media, the company behind Naruto in North America, has today posted a video of Kishimoto-sensei in action! The video is just over 2 minutes long, but as you will notice, it has been sped up. As fans, we at Saiyan Island certainly appreciate the hardwork Kishimoto-sensei puts into his fantastic work!

  • Lightning Serah

    nice epic one

  • hawksasuke17

    yay second comment

  • RedDragon10

    Incoming hate from fans who want more news about S3 in T-minus 2 comments.

  • Naruto_Sasuke77

    Incoming hate from fans who want more news about S3 in T-minus 1 comment

  • narutopiece1

    my favorite shonen aurthor and my favorite character and my favorite series = Awesome XD

  • Ppnjelly

    looks like your timing was off

  • Felipe

    GRRRRRR!!!! I WANT STORM 3 NEWS!!!! (i did this just to confirm what Naruto_Sasuke77 predicted).

  • Jean

    So fucking interesting, i will take a shit in peace now.

  • Hagareno

    lol it’ll happen, but it’s late everywhere right now. The ****storm will be coming this morning. :) No pun intended

  • Serket Hamo

    NICE !

  • Lahcen Boussedour

    Yeah gooooooood

  • Lahcen Boussedour

    yeah gooooood

  • treeko

    the Sensei.

  • shatti

    i was just wondering how it would feel like to be a manga artist and know that your art and story is making millions of people happy every week… that would feel AWESOME :P

  • Marco


  • Hamlet Villa Hernandez

    love his line work!!!

  • thecrows2332

    i have heaps of respect for Kishimoto. Keep up the good work,everyone apreciates it.

  • *Super~Sayian*

    don’t forget to wipe

  • A.Z.

    Thank you, Kishimoto… for introducing us to the wonderful world Naruto lives in! :D

  • Red Robbin

    Of course we don’t get to see his face….again, but I am grateful to have been a part of this experience.