‘Naruto Shippuden’ Meets Playmobil

24 figures based on characters from the anime show will launch this September.
License Global

February 4, 2022

The Naruto Shipudden logo alongside a special-edition Naruto logo celebrating the 20th anniversary of the show
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In time for the 20th anniversary of “Naruto Shippuden,” the anime series will be released in Playmobil format. Twenty-four characters from the series will be available as figures from Playmobil, starting in September. 

The namesake of the series is at the forefront: the congenial Naruto Uzumaki, whose greatest goal is to become Hokage – the leader of his village. His friends, Sasuke Uchiha and Sakura Haruno, accompany Naruto on his adventures. In addition to the three main characters, there are 21 other figures to discover, including the inscrutable Itachi Uchiha and Pain, the leader of the criminal organization, Akatsuki. Minato, Naruto’s father, and Hinata are also included in the collection. 

The entire collection is as follows: 

Coming Sept. 30 

  • Naruto 
    • Sasuke 
      • Sakura 
        • Kakashi 
          • Obito 
            • Kakuzu 
              • Yamato 
                • Hidan 
                  • Iruka 
                    • Shizune 
                      • Kisame 
                        • Rock Lee 

                          Coming Nov. 18 

                          • Itachi 
                            • Gaara 
                              • Madara 
                                • Shikamaru 
                                  • Pain 
                                    • Minato 
                                      • Hinata 
                                        • Might Guy 
                                          • Suigetsu 
                                            • Tsunade 
                                              • Killer Bee 
                                                • Asuma 

                                                  The 24 figures are just the beginning of a partnership between Playmobil and “Naruto Shippuden.”  

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