If you're a fan of "Naruto" and have been putting off buying a complete anthology, now is your chance.

Tokyo-based Progress Technologies Inc. makes the eOneBook, a new kind of digital e-reader specifically designed for manga with two high-resolution displays reproducing the look of a real book which opens up. Having already achieved crowdfunding success with their "Fist of the North Star" anthology (in English and Japanese) on their first-generation device in 2017, they're back with a new and improved reader and one of the world's most famous and beloved manga series, "Naruto."

According to their Kickstarter campaign, which has already reached and exceeded their funding goal with 34 days still remaining, Naruto eOneBook contains all 72 volumes of "Naruto" and a spin-off entitled "Naruto: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring." As an extra bonus, the reader comes within an exclusive dust jacket newly drawn by Masashi Kishimoto.

The package, which includes the eOneBook reader (capable of accepting other "cassettes" for future content), the Naruto cassette and the dust jacket, is available at several reward tiers, as low as 45% off (50,120 JPY or around 460 USD at current exchange rate) of the future retail price of around 91,000 JPY (around 840 USD at current exchange rate). At the time of writing, 36 were left at the lowest price (their Kickstarter Special), so don't delay if you're interested.

You can see all the details of the Naruto eOneBook on their Kickstarter campaign page here.

By - Ben K.