Replace new tab with Naruto Chibi custom page, featuring sticky notes, to-do list, & Naruto Chibi wallpapers.
Install Naruto Chibi extension to change your new-tab page to FreeAddon customized new-tab page and enjoy many Naruto Chibi wallpapers, along with various quality-of-life features like To-Do List, Sticky Notes, and more…
★ Features of Naruto Chibi Custom New Tab extension:
✔ Enjoy Naruto Chibi wallpapers in HD quality on customized new tab page. Also randomly show all Naruto Chibi wallpapers with ‘Shuffle All Images’ option, or show your favorite Naruto Chibi pics only with ‘Shuffle Favorite Images’ option.
✔ Randomly show wallpapers from all of your installed FreeAddon extensions, not just Naruto Chibi with ‘Random All NewTabs’ option.
✔ Show animation when changing between wallpapers with Background Animation setting. Or display animation of snowfall, leaf fall, etc… on Naruto Chibi new tab with ‘Snow / Animations’ setting.
✔ Quick access to most visited sites and Google Apps like Gmail or YouTube.
✔ Enable ‘Set Time Automatically’ to show the current date & time on Naruto Chibi new tab, or disable it to set date & time manually.
✔ Show Sticky Notes, To-Do Tasks list, & Countdown Clock which counts down to your specified date
✔ Automatically hides all elements on the newtab with ‘Auto Hide’ setting, showing only Naruto Chibi wallpapers.
★ FreeAddon’s Naruto Chibi Custom New Tab extension is completely free to use. Our extension DOES NOT have ads or virus.
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★ NARUTO FUN FACTS:
– The toads in the series are all named after famous actors from the 1980s. Shima is named after Shima Iwashita, Gamabunta is named after Bunta Sugawara, and Gamaken is named after Ken Takakura.
– Mangakas (manga writers/artists) dedicate every day of their lives to their series while it is still in publication. This was especially true for Masashi Kishimoto — the creator of Naruto — who penned all 72 volumes of the manga. Due to Kishimoto’s busy schedule, he had to postpone his honeymoon until after he’d finished writing Naruto. In the end, the couple embarked on their honeymoon a decade after they were married.
– The names of the techniques used by Kakuzu — such as “Jiongu” — come from another popular anime series, Mobile Suit Gundam. While the character is not explicitly related to a giant robot, he can transform into hundreds of writhing, gray tendrils, so he’s at the very least comparatively destructive. In actuality, the names are a fun way for the series’s creator to pay tribute to one of his favorite anime; in an interview, Masashi Kishimoto recalled drawing Gundam fan art when he was young, so he’s definitely a fan.
– In Germany, there are a ton of restrictions on violent video games, anime, and other media. Because of these laws, Naruto had to remove any and all blades that appeared on-screen, which made for some awkward and confusing moments. In the German verison of the show, when Zabuza stands on his sword, it looks like he’s just floating in the air. If you look closely, the hilt of his sword is still visible, but the blade is completely removed.
– Naruto didn’t always take place in a fantastical version of the past. In the series’s original pilot issue, Naruto solves crimes in a modern day setting. The tone of the issue is starkly different than what fans of the series are now accustomed to, so it’s perhaps for the best that Kishimoto decided to pursue the plot of the series’s second pilot issue instead.
– Early on in the show’s development, Kakashi was supposed to end each of his sentences with the Japanese phrase “gozaru.” This term is an archaic form of the the modern-day “desu” which typically ends Japanese sentences, and which translates literally as “to be.” The polite phrase is most commonly heard in historical dramas, and is featured heavily in Samurai media such as Rurouni Kenshin and Seven Samurai. While Naruto is in no way historical, it sort of makes sense why Kakashi would be such a fan of the phrase, as the series definitely does not take place in a modern era. Ultimately, the idea was scrapped by the manga’s editor, who believed that the character would have more room for growth if he was not tied to a campy catchphrase.
– Many of the characters in Naruto are named after other popular franchises or well-known folk tales. For example, Jiraiya, Orochimaru, and Tsunada ( AKA The Legendary Sannin) are all named after characters from an old Japanese book called The Ballad of the Hero Jiraiya.
– According to the Naruto Secret: Scroll of Soldiers Official Fanbook, Kishimoto cites The Matrix, one of his favorite movies, as the inspiration behind the main trio’s outfits. While the outfits in Naruto are much more colorful and bright than the costumes in The Matrix, they still have the same unique, futuristic designs. If anything, the Akatsuki cloak bears a lot of similarities to Neo’s black cloak.
– The headbands worn by the cast of Naruto are perhaps the show’s most instantly recognizable asset. Despite their high potential for merchandising, the headbands were actually introduced because the artists wanted to conserve resources.At the beginning of the series, Naruto is seen wearing a pair of goggles in place of a headband. As it turns out, it takes a lot longer to sketch an ornate pair of goggles than it does to draw a flat, wide headband. In an effort to save time and energy, Naruto (along with many other characters) is given a headband to wear, which makes him much easier to reproduce.
– Unless you’re a fan of old-school manga, you probably never knew there was a manga called Sasuke. This 1961 manga by Sanpei Shirato follows Sasuke, the son of a renowned ninja, and his struggles to fend for himself after his village is wiped out by enemy clans. Sound familiar? Not only did Kishimoto use the same name, he also based Sasuke’s backstory and character design off the manga. Thanks to Sanpei Shirato, the world was introduced to one of the most iconic anime characters of all time.