La Poste issues a “collector” stamp with the image of Naruto, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the manga in France

This Monday, October 10, 2022, La Poste issues a stamp with the image of Naruto, the famous hero of the homonymous manga cartoon to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the animated series and the arrival of the manga in France.

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It’s not just a stamp. From the On Monday, October 10, 2022, La Poste issues a stamp with the image of Naruto, the famous cartoon hero of the homonymous manga to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the animated series and the arrival of the manga in France. againstThe Naruto seal and blade benefit from different “material effects” processes: red-hot stamping with reflections on the Naruto hand Kanji, a selective varnish on the Naruto logo of the seal and the edge of the blade, as well as an effect varnish move. cheering stamp background. So we can see motion lines appear behind Naruto when we tilt the seal.

The manga created by Masashi Kishimoto in 1999 tells the story of Naruto, a very special boy who dreams of becoming a great ninja. Lonely and with a fiery character, he is not the most appreciated of his people. Despite this, he keeps an ambition within him: to become a “master Hokage”, the highest distinction in the order of ninjas, and thus obtain the recognition of his peers, but this will not be easy.

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Naruto is a global phenomenon. The manga has sold 250 million copies sold worldwide, including 20 million in France. Arriving in France 20 years ago, this manga has risen to the top of the best sellers for more than 10 years. A historical record. The broadcast of the animated version on television channels has contributed to its success with more than 5 million DVDs purchased since 2006.

The stamp is on sale from this Monday, October 10, 2022 at the Le Carré d’Encre store, in Paris, at certain post offices, by subscription or by mail at Philaposte. It will be printed in 705,000 copies.

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