One of the longest-running manga 'Naruto' is set to end next month. On Oct. 6, 2014, it was declared that the last issue of the manga will be published on Nov. 10. Fans of "Naruto" took to Twitter and shared that one of their favourite manga will end after 5 chapters.

The manga follows the life of Naruto Uzumaki, the protagonist, who wants to become the best leader in his village.

Shonen Jump announced on Oct. 6 that "Naruto" manga will conclude in the 50th issue of Shonen Jump (2014) on Nov. 10.

According to, Masashi Kishimoto, the creator of "Naruto" manga, mentioned back in that the comic is coming towards its climax.

"How the story will end has already been set in my mind, so the story is just 'racing headlong in that direction'," Kishimoto said.

"Naruto" is quite popular, not only in Japan but across the globe. In fact, according to Hollywood Life, it is the best selling manga in the U.S. of all time.

Fans of "Naruto" will have something to look forward to after the manga series ends on Nov. 10. New movie called "The Last: Naruto The Movie" is set to release this December.

Kishimoto also revealed that he "has been serializing the ninja manga in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine since 1999, and Shueisha will publish the 71st compiled book volume in Japan on November 4."

After entertaining manga lovers for 15 years, the end is coming as a shock to the fans as they tweet about the same on Twitter.

Naruto ending is going to create a void in my heart.

— Anthony (@JINCHURIKl) October 7, 2014

wow #Naruto is finishing in 5 chapters...I was expecting another time jump. — Wayne (@Waychan19) October 7, 2014

5 weeks until naruto ends forever ~

— ecchi dude (@kinjikji) October 7, 2014

"Naruto" has expanded beyond manga as the series is available via anime film, anime show, game and OVA. The anime "Naruto Shippūden" is still running and is quite popular in the anime business.

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