Matatabi, the Two Tailed Beast

Matatabi is the two tailed bijuu in the anime Naruto Shippuden. Matatabi is introduced in the 313 manga chapter and episode 72 of Naruto Shipuden. Matatabi is more commonly known as the Two-Tails.

5 Male Anime Water Users

It has taken me months to put together this post for male anime water users. I thought I would have an abundant amount of choices and that I would be free to chose. Yet the anime gods laughed at me. However, because I wanted to put together a list of water users that only use water - no ice, no light, no other elemental ability - my limited list became even more so. Then with the limit of one water user per anime rule I put on myself for these posts, I made it more complicated for myself.

Filler Free Naruto and Naruto Shippuden

With older anime like Bleach and Naruto, it became common to have filler episodes. These filler episodes were done as ways to wait for the source material, the manga, to get enough content to adapt. These filler episodes can be a range of things from flashbacks and recaps. The fillers can also have original plots and characters or even ‘ranking’ episodes. 

Shukaku, the One Tailed Beast

Shukaku is the one tailed bijuu in the anime Naruto, Naruto Shippuden and later in Boruto. Shukaku is introduced in the 135 manga chapter and episode 78. It was believed that he was the vengeful spirit of an old monk that had been sealed within a tea kettle. Of all of the tailed beast he was the first to have had his name revealed.

The Tailed Beasts Of Naruto

The tailed beasts in Naruto are commonly known as Bijuu. The Bijuu are also referred to as "Chakra Monsters", since they are living forms of chakra. The tailed beasts have a history of their own and here it is.

10 Popular Shounen Anime

Shounen based anime are some of the most-watched anime out there. The intended audience for shounen anime are males aged between 10 and 18 but people of all ages and genders watch them. They cover the typical adventure, coming of age, action-based anime series that often shows the comrade between friends.  As such there are... Continue Reading →

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