After an attack by Ruiga of the Three Criminal Brothers results in the death of Kikujou, and Naruto notices that their attackers are looking for a specific person, Naruto's group realizes that they have not been told the truth about the peddlers.
The storyline would be followed in the sequel Naruto: Shippuden that premiered in Japan shortly after the series' ending. The English episodes use the same openings, and an instrumental version of "Rise" by Jeremy Sweet and Ian Nickus as the closing theme.
This was the last season to air on Cartoon Network's Toonami block and moved to normal CN during October 2008.
Although Hinata is initially unable to damage him, she realizes that his magnetism is his potential weakness.
She uses her Byakugan to interfere with his chakra, rendering Jiga unable to turn off his magnetism and buries himself alive in a vortex of iron sand.
Ruiga survives the battle, but the second brother, Jiga, kills him for a greater share of the country's wealth.
Meanwhile, after Haruna's reasons for distrust were revealed by the result of her father allowed her to be kept hostage as a child, Haruna manages to render Hinata unconscious to escape alone.Naruto pursues the princess, but encounters Jiga, who can manipulate magnetism.As Naruto is faring poorly in the battle with Jiga, Hinata arrives.Naruto is making a comeback, and he is doing so with a bang. After a long wait, the acclaimed was being brought to the U. The movie will premiere its English dub at Katsucon 2017 where all three cast members will be in attendances.\r\n“With Naruto as the Seventh Hokage, Hidden Leaf Village is planning to host the Chunin Exams to train new shinobi from the village and from their allied villages.The knuckle-headed ninja has come a long way since he was a green genin, and Viz Media is gearing up to show U. Among the entrants are Sasuke\u0027s daughter, Sarada, Mitsuki, an exceptionally talented yet mysterious shinobi…The fifth and final season of the Naruto anime series, titled "5th Stage" in Japan, is directed by Hayato Date, produced by Studio Pierrot and TV Tokyo and based on the Masashi Kishimoto's Naruto manga.