The Naruto franchise is massive, even when omitting its sequel, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. The anime ran for an impressive 720 episodes, eleven films, and twelve OVAs released over the course of its adaptation.
One of the most remarkable things about Naruto was that it wasn’t afraid to try new things, often blending its fantasy action with different genres to stunning effect. One OVA, Naruto X UT, did this in a fascinating way and this OVA is one of the franchise’s most prominent…
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