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Title(s): Rock Lee's Springtime of Youth
Rock Lee no Seishun Full-Power Ninden
ロック・リーの青春フルパワー忍伝
Rock Lee and His Ninja Pals
Rock Lee's Springtime of Youth Full Power Ninja Training
Author(s): TAIRA Kenji
Artist(s): TAIRA Kenji
Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Shounen, Slice of life
Start Date: 2010
Status: Ongoing
Summary:
A parody of the manga Naruto written by one of Kishimoto's assistants. Rock Lee no Seishun Full-Power Ninden (Rock Lee's Springtime of Youth) focuses on the strange antics of Team Guy as they work on becoming great ninjas, a job which often requires saving Lee from himself!
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It gets better if you just enjoy it..
Written by uhsaeed on December 23, 2011 at 1:08 AM
Overall Rating
Good
Story: 4
Dialogue: 3
Animation: 3
Entertainment: 4
At first i thought its about serious stuff but it gets better if you read it to just enjoy it the humor is very good considering Naruto is very serious. You can't expect much BUT at end makes you laugh that what matters..
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