Who hasn't heard of Naruto? Created in 1999 by the mangaka Masashi Kishimoto and over 15 years of serialization, it is one of the most popular mangas of recent years. With millions of fans all over the world, it is only natural that many also choose to make themselves gods. Naruto inspired tattoos.
Naruto Shippuden, from which the cartoon was also taken, follows the adventures of a boy named Naruto Uzumaki, who, starting as an inexperienced ninja, realizes his fighting skills to become Hokage and ultimately change his world. However, Naruto is not an ordinary boy: a spirit is trapped inside him. nine tailed fox, one of the nine supernatural demons. Naruto's story is obviously intertwined with the stories of other characters such as Sasuke Uchiha, Sakura Haruno. Sasuke is actually designated as the opposite of Naruto, calm, cold and tenacious. Sakura, on the other hand, is a girl who is not particularly strong in combat, but has excelled in ninja theory.
In short, the events are very interesting and the story is very clearly articulated, with geographic and political details that make this manga truly a masterpiece of the genre. For example, many tattoos refer to the symbols of villages and clans in which the events take place.