The Naruto series joins a long and illustrious line of manga comics to come out of Japan. The show continues in the tradition established many decades ago, and does so with overwhelming success. This isn't your grandpa's Pokémon. This is a real-deal cartoon that beckons its followers to purchase Naruto tees out of respect for the franchise. If you intend to reach the rank of sensei, then you must follow the show's commands.
The basic premise is simple: there's a ninja and he wants to improve his ninja skills. You're likely familiar with ninjas through your past dealings. They're quick, cunning and deadly—basically the opposite of a fluffy bunny. It's important to be nice to ninjas because if you're not, they may slash the tires of your automobile. They're good with ranged weapons, too, so they could get to your precious tire rubber from a distance. That is still a moot point, though, because you'd never be able to detect a ninja even if it was standing right in front of you. The one caveat to that is, if said ninja was wearing Naruto merchandise, you would absolutely notice it because it'd look so strikingly cool.