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Madara wakes up to flickering lights. He's confused. It's hardly the first time he's come back to life, but this time had felt more... final. Perhaps the underworld greets it's denizens with flickering lights.

The sounds of badly whispered hissing confirms his belief until suddenly, a voice he never expected to hear again is shaking him. "Nii-san! Get up! Something's wrong."

If Izuna is in the underworld he should probably get up to help him with whatever is wrong now.

The one where Madara, Izuna, Hashirama, Tobirama, and Obito wake up underground in younger bodies, very much alive, and very much remembering what happened right before their deaths. The threats of unknown necromancy, shared distrust, pragmatism, and a burnt if cherished past friendship keep them stuck with one another. This puts Madara stuck in the center of an old friend he can't fully trust, a younger brother struggling with their new reality, a bastard he doesn't want anything to do with, and his young apprentice playing mind games while stumbling over once more being human. It may take awhile, but he'll figure out what to do if only for Izuna and Obito. If Obito doesn't get them all killed first.


Naruto: 10 Giveaways Obito Was Madara All Along

When Tobi declared himself as the leader of Akatsuki and as Madara Uchiha, it was one of the most shocking reveals in the Naruto series. It came out of nowhere with how goofy Tobi always was around Deidara, but it all made sense once fans stopped to think about it. That's the sign of a good twist.

RELATED: Naruto: 10 Ways Obito Could Have Been A Better Villain

One thing was also always clear--Tobi was never actually the real Madara Uchiha. With the timeline as it was, it was always going to be someone else and all signs pointed to Obito Uchiha being the culprit.

10 Only One Sharingan Was Ever Shown

One of the biggest giveaways was the fact that Tobi only had one Sharingan ever shown. After it was revealed that Kakashi received one of Obito's Sharingan eyes, it felt clear that Madara or Tobi was Obito the entire time.

What other Uchiha would be running around with only one of them? Madara also would've been incredibly old by this time, leaving no logical way it could have still been him. He'd have been limping around like Onoki was.

9 Tobi's Sharingan Ability Was Similar To Kakashi

As if having only one visible Sharingan wasn't enough, the fact that his Sharingan seemingly did the exact same thing as Kakashi's was a direct giveaway of how tied together they were.

Kakashi even started to piece it together in the anime by figuring out how similar their Sharingan abilities were. It's actually a surprise that it took the cast that long, considering just how obvious it was. Granted, they never dealt with Tobi extensively until the war.

8 Obito Was The Only Named Uchiha Mentioned Aside From Shisui & Madara Who Had Yet To Be Seen

There was never any chance that the man behind the mask was going to be someone whose name was never mentioned. It would have been anti-climatic and stripped away the momentum created after he claimed the position as the Akatsuki's leader.

RELATED: Naruto: 8 People Most Responsible For Obito's Downfall

That only left three options--Shisui, Madara, and Obito. Of the three, only Obito made sense as Madara was far too old and Shisui had already lost both of his eyes before he died. He was even the right age to pull off everything within the timeline.

7 He Targeted Konoha When Minato Was Hokage

While the birth of Naruto was the most opportune time to strike to gain control of the Nine-Tails, it had to feel a little extra special for Obito to get back at his former mentor, Minato. He hadn't been making any moves on any of the other tailed beasts at the time, so his decision to strike then had to have a deeper meaning, despite what he said. He would've been able to take everything away from Minato, just as everything had been taken from him when his master failed to save him or Rin.

6 He Turned Kirigakure Into The Bloody Mist

At first, what he did with Yagura was merely to give him control of a country, making him the defacto Mizukage. That had to have changed slightly once he found out the truth about Rin, finding out that Kirigakure planned to make her into a timed bomb that would destroy Konoha via the Three-Tails. After that, there are no doubts he made sure Kirigakure slowly tore itself apart during the bloody mist era of the village.

5 He Worked With Itachi To Eliminate The Uchiha Clan

Obito deciding to help Itachi eliminate the Uchiha was a rare case of helping his cause while still maintaining his cover. On the surface, it'd seem like something Madara would want to do, given how the clan treated him.

RELATED: Naruto: 5 Characters You Didn't Know Obito Could Defeat (& 5 He Stands No Chance Against)

It also helped eliminate an immediate threat to his plans, weakening Konoha in the process. What gave it away as Obito is the fact he was collecting the bodies for his plans, something Madara would never do.

4 His Fire Release Jutsu Was Known Only By The Uchiha

As Danzo and Kakashi showed, having a Sharingan didn't necessarily make someone an Uchiha. What helped solidify it is the fact that he knew fire techniques that only the Uchiha Clan knew--from the Uchiha Flame Formation to the Blast Wave Wild Dance, all of which were techniques used by Madara in the past. What made it seem like Obito was his use of the Great Fireball Technique, an ability he was always proficient with as a young kid.

3 The Way He Talked To Pain Upon His Reveal Made It Seem As If Madara Was Another Person

When talking about oneself, people don't usually speak the way Tobi did toward Pain upon his reveal. After he asked Pain to go after Naruto, he stated that soon his plans (or Uchiha Madara's plans) would come to fruition. Outside of Doctor Doom in marvel comics, that isn't how a normal person talks about themself, and it gave away that it was someone else beneath the mask. It made him come off like an underling, which Obito was in reality.

2 He Kept Trying To Encourage Sasuke & Naruto To Fight Each Other

The way Obito continually kept trying to pit Naruto and Sasuke against each other felt like more than him ensuring they could never team up to defeat him. The way he kept trying to fuel Sasuke's hatred made it seem like he wanted Sasuke to feel just as he had when he saw Kakashi kill Rin. He wanted Sasuke as miserable as he was, and the only way to do that was to have him eliminate his best friend. It was petty and something only Obito would try to do.

1 Madara Was In The Sixth Box

One of the biggest late giveaways to Obito's identity was his discussion with Kabuto. The two had a tense talk over teaming up, and just when it seemed like Obito was going to refuse Kabuto's aide, Kabuto revealed a sixth risen body, one that shocked Obito to his core. While the body was never revealed, it's reasonable to assume that Madara was in the casket, revealing that Kabuto knew who Obito truly was, forcing them into an arrangement.

NEXT: Naruto: 5 Ways Obito Was A Monster (& 5 Why He Should Be Redeemed)


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Naruto: Shippuden Cosplay Unleashes The Evil Of Madara And Obito

Perhaps there were no bigger villains in the history of the Naruto franchise than the pair of Obito and Madara Uchiha, with these cosplayers unleashing their collective evil in an amazing display! The two antagonists were partly responsible for the creation of the Akatsuki, the nefarious collective that acted as the main villains throughout the first two series of the franchise. With members like Pain, Itachi, these two and a handful of others, the group was easily one of the biggest threats that faced Konoha for some time, though some brand new challengers have recently made themselves known!

Obito and Madara were some insane level threats for the world at large, attempting to change the world to their whim by collecting the Jinchuuriki and their tailed beast in order to create a massive ninjutsu that would put everyone on the planet under their control. While Obito first appeared as the mysterious Tobi, it was later revealed that he was the former team mate to Kakashi, being the one to give the Copy Cat Ninja his trademark Sharingan. With the pair of long though dead villains amassing their power, they were nearly able to accomplish their task but a combination of Naruto and his fellow ninjas of the Hidden Leaf were able to bring their plan to a halt!

Instagram d00mCosplay shared this amazing pair of cosplayers that bring the biggest threat to the Hidden Leaf in the anime series of Naruto and Naruto: Shippuden respectively to life, showing off the unmitigated power of the Akatsuki's strongest members:


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Obito Uchiha

Fictional character from Naruto

Obito Uchiha (Japanese: うちは オビト, Hepburn: Uchiha Obito), also known by his alias Tobi (トビ), is a character in Masashi Kishimoto's mangaNaruto. He is first introduced in a "Kakashi Chronicle" side story as a young ninja who sacrifices himself to save his friends (Kakashi Hatake and Rin Nohara, led by Minato Namikaze) from a rival group of ninjas. Although he was believed to have died, Obito is later revealed as the real leader of the terrorist organization, Akatsuki, mainly acting behind the scenes for a majority of the group's tenure. He uses the alias of his benefactor, Madara Uchiha, and conceals his true identity with masks as one of the primary antagonists in the series' second half. Obito and his varied personas have appeared in Narutovideo games and animated adaptations.

Kishimoto created Obito early in the series to explore his relationship with Kakashi and explain how his friend possessed the eye technique of Sharingan (写輪眼, lit. "Copy Wheel Eye", English manga: "Mirror Wheel Eye"), unique to the Uchiha clan. Since Obito kept his identity secret, Kishimoto teased fans to anticipate the true identity of Tobi (most notably when the actual Madara Uchiha was revealed, which shocked fans and his voice actor). Critical reception of Obito's character has been positive for his portrayal as a child soldier in Kakashi's backstory and his role across the series' manga and anime, particularly his fight scenes.

Creation and design[edit]

Obito as a young adult

Although Obito does not appear for the first time until the series' special chapters focused on his life as a child soldier, he makes a cameo appearance on the cover of the manga's 16th chapter in a picture with Kakashi Hatake. According to Masashi Kishimoto, one of the biggest mysteries in the series' first half was why Kakashi only possessed one Sharingan eye technique (unlike Sasuke Uchiha and other members of the clan, who possessed the technique in both eyes). Kishimoto wrote Kakashi's backstory to show him as a young ninja whom Obito gave his Sharingan when he was nearly killed in a fight. Kishimoto said that by chapter 16 he had conceived a storyline about Obito being an Uchiha and how it would affect Kakashi.[1]

During the series' first half Kishimoto introduced the Akatsuki terrorist organization, who seemed far stronger than the (younger) main characters. This led Kishimoto to change the series, giving the story a timeskip to when Naruto and his comrades would be able to face them. Kishimoto said that he based Akatsuki on similar real-life organizations.[1] Obito in his Tobi persona was Kishimoto's favorite Akatsuki character to draw, because of his simple mask.[2] His nickname (Tobi) comes from Obito calling him Guruguru (グルグル), an onomatopoeia for turning round and round or going around in circles. It can also mean "wrapped around", referring to Tobi's function as armor for Obito.[3] With the manga reaching its climax, Kishimoto wanted to be careful with developing Obito's character, finding him as important as Naruto's and Sasuke's growth in the narrative.[4]

According to Kishimoto, Konan's death at the hands of her former superior Obito was a statement about the loss of the dream for peace that he, Nagato, Yahiko, and Konan shared, and an indication of Naruto Uzumaki's rise as a bringer of light and hope. [5] When the real Madara Uchiha appeared in the manga, Kishimoto refrained from stating Tobi's true identity but said that both characters were related and he would be revealed in the next few chapters.[6]

In the Japanese version, Obito is voiced by Wataru Takagi; his childhood self was voiced by Sōsuke Komori before Megumi Han took over in chapter 343.[7] In the English version, Obito is voiced by Michael Yurchak and his younger self is voiced by Vic Mignogna.[8]Nolan North does Obito's Madara impersonation in Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2, and Todd Haberkorn voices him in Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution. Neil Kaplan first voiced Obito's Madara impersonation in the video game Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2, because the CyberConnect2 fighting game's storyline was ahead of the television series. In the game, it is revealed that Obito is not the real Madara. Kaplan had difficulty handling of both characters: his Obito persona and the real Madara.[9]

When Obito's true identity was revealed in the anime Naruto Shippuden, the Pierrot staff made an ending scene about his childhood and noted that the series' protagonist (Naruto) was not seen. Pierrot felt that the scene was a success.[10] Character designer Tetsuya Nishio was surprised with the multiple designs Obito had across the series, and noted parallels between him and Naruto Uzumaki in their childhood and innocence.[11]


In Naruto[edit]

Obito first appears in "Kakashi Chronicle", a Naruto side story. A child living through the Third Great Ninja War, Obito (Kakashi's teammate on Team Minato) wanted to become the Hokage of Konohagakure, and had an unrequited love for his teammate Rin. When he and Kakashi rescue the kidnapped Rin during a mission, Obito's right side is crushed in a landslide. Thinking he was going to die, Obito had Rin transplant his left Sharingan into Kakashi to replace Kakashi's lost left eye.[12][13] Late in Part II of the manga, it is revealed that Obito was saved by an elderly Madara Uchiha and outfitted with prosthetics. He becomes Madara's apprentice, who has Obito witness Rin's death at the hands of a reluctant Kakashi to break his spirit. Concluding that he can use the Tailed Beasts to destroy the current reality and create a utopia, Obito adopts Madara's name and disguises his voice after the ninja's death; he then arranges similar events for Nagato with Yahiko's death to create the current incarnation of the Akatsuki.[14][15] While Kushina Uzumaki (then jinchuriki of Kurama, the Nine-Tails Kyuubi), is giving birth to Naruto Uzumaki, Obito mounts an attack on The Leaf Village, Konoha. He releases the seal over the Kyuubi from Kushina while she is weak during birth, and places the Nine-Tails under his control, releasing it on Konoha to tear the village apart and wreak havoc. During his infiltration, he encounters Minato Namikaze (the fourth Hokage) and they fight. Minato defeats Obito, and releases Kurama from Obito’s control. Obito then flees, leaving Konoha to deal with the Nine-Tails, resulting in Minato and Kushina's deaths.[16][17] The character has a behind-the-scenes role in the first half of Part II.[18][19]

Adopting the identity of the spiral-patterned Zetsu which served as his bodysuit during his recuperation, Tobi, Obito poses as the carefree flunky and becomes Sasori's replacement and Deidara's partner early in Part II.[20] After Itachi's death, Obito takes a special interest in Sasuke Uchiha and takes him under his wing by revealing the truth about their clan's massacre.[21] He presents himself as Madara after Nagato's death, revealing the "Eye of the Moon" Plan to the Kage and explaining his intention to become the Ten-Tails Jinchuriki to bring all life within an Infinite Tsukuyomi. After the Kage refuse to surrender to him, Obito declares the Fourth Great Ninja War and forms a reluctant alliance with Kabuto Yakushi, who blackmails him with the real Madara's body.[22] Obito goes to retrieve Nagato Uzumaki’s Rinnegan (輪廻眼, lit. "Saṃsāra Eye") from his body. In the process, he is opposed by Konan. Their argument, in which Konan affirms her faith in Naruto, and Obito (still impersonating Madara) claims his original ownership of the Rinnegan, quickly evolves into a fight. Konan attempts to catch him in various large-scale paper bomb detonations, but he manages to trick her with the Izanagi technique, and stabs her in the back; he obtains the location of Nagato's body through genjutsu, and proceeds to choke her to death. He retrieves Nagato’s body and Rinnegan successfully.[23][24]

Obito converts the reanimated bodies of the captured Jinchuriki into his own "Six Paths of Pain" (ペイン六道, Pein Rikudō) to use the captured Tailed Beasts' power.[25][26] He fights Naruto Uzumaki and Killer B, who stop the Six Paths of Pain and leave Obito to recover the Tailed Beasts and revive the Ten-Tails.[27] Kabuto then reanimates Madara Uchiha's body; Obito's identity is revealed.[28]

Obito becomes the Ten-Tails host[29] but is defeated by Naruto and Sasuke with the support of the Allied Shinobi Forces.[30][31] A guilt-ridden Obito tries to revive everyone who died in the war, like Nagato before him, only to be possessed by Black Zetsu and forced to resurrect Madara. On the brink of death, Obito turns on Madara, restrains Black Zetsu and moves to save Naruto's life.[32][33] His defiance is short-lived, and he is left comatose after Madara forcefully reclaims his Rinnegan.[34] Naruto uses his power to restore Obito's life to help fight Kaguya. Obito dies while shielding Naruto and Kakashi from Kaguya's attack; however, he thanks Naruto for reminding him of his true self.[35][36][37] His spirit remains among the living long enough to help Kakashi by momentarily giving him his chakra and Mangekyo Sharingan (万華鏡写輪眼, Mangekyō Sharingan, lit. "Kaleidoscope Copy Wheel Eye"), passing into the next life after Kaguya is defeated.[37][38][39]

In other media[edit]

In addition to the main series, Obito appears in a number of video games. The game Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution describes the origin of the Akatsuki organization. The sixth Part II film, Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie (2012), features Obito in his Madara persona. He traps Naruto and Sakura in an alternate world and manipulates Naruto's opposite persona, Menma. When Naruto defeats Menma, Obito releases Naruto and Sakura and considers the mission a failure.[41] He appears in the Narutolight novelNaruto Jinraiden: The Day the Wolf Howled (2012), which explores Sasuke's reflections after Itachi's death.[42] In Akatsuki Hiden (2015), Obito's first meeting with Nagato is shown.[43]


The exploration of Obito's childhood in the Naruto Shippuden anime series was well-received. Sci Fi Online enjoyed the handling of his, Rin and Kakashi's past, which had a major impact on the series' main storyline.[44]IGN ranked Obito and Konan's fight the 11th-best battle in Naruto,[45] and ranked Obito's fight against Minato Namikaze the fourth-best in the series.[46] CyberConnect2 CEO Hiroshi Matsuyama said was Obito became his favorite character in the Naruto series; Matsuyama's previous favorites were Shikamaru Nara and Itachi Uchiha.[47] In a manga popularity poll, Obito was voted the 19th-most-popular Naruto character.[48] Takagi's portrayal of the character in the final war was the subject of praise within viewers of the series due to how dark he is in contrast to his younger persona.[49]

Regarding the character, prior to his identity reveal, Jason Thompson of Anime News Network was shocked to learn that Tobi was the real leader of Akatsuki (instead of Pain) and when Tobi refers to himself as Madara Uchiha. Thompson enjoyed Kishimoto's depiction of Tobi's teleportation technique and was surprised when Tobi told Sasuke Uchiha the truth about Itachi. He later called Tobi an "insane idealist" (similar to Nagato) after learning of his desire to create a peaceful world with the powerful Ten-Tails.[50] A UK Anime Network reviewer enjoyed Obito's action scenes with Naruto, Killer Bee, Kakashi and Guy because of his ability to reanimate the six-tailed beasts.[51]

Bryce Coulter of the Fandom Post enjoyed the revelation of Tobi's true identity and liked its impact on Kakashi, praising the story's treatment of his inner turmoil, as he "confronts the demons of his past".[52] UK Anime Network found Tobi's true identity predictable, but highly enjoyed the backstory reveal, calling it "probably the most interesting flashback sequence of the series to date".[53] Jason Thompson was shocked at the revelation that Tobi was Obito, finding the "most compassionate person in the manga" holding a grudge against the world to be out of character.[50] Amy McNulty of Anime News Network praised the animation of Kakashi's fight against Obito and the references to the fighters' childhoods.[54] McNulty found the character's death predictable, and criticized the development of Obito briefly giving Kakashi his eyes' techniques after dying, finding it counter to the prevailing theme of "hard work".[55] Chris Beveridge had mixed feelings about the treatment of Obito's death in the anime version; the narrative begins focusing on flashbacks and his childhood dreams (which had already been shown), neglecting the present fight against Kaguya.[56]


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Madara obito and

Why was Kisame surprised when he saw Obito (Tobi/fake Madara) without the mask the second time they've met in person?

In Chapter 507, the first time Kisame met Obito, he called himself Uchiha Madara and from what we can see, he was not wearing any mask and unlike the real Obito, he has long, spiky hair like Madara. From this, it might be said that Obito was disguised as Madara when he revealed himself to Kisame. However, remember that during this time, Obito was already calling himself 'Madara'. With long hair like those, with those eyes and the fact that few people has ever seen Madara's face, he could easily pass as one even with the scars on his face.

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In Chapter 404, after Itachi's death and when Obito finally removed the mask to reveal himself to Kisame, Kisame was surprised. Why? Because the 'Madara' that Kisame knew was not wearing any mask nor did he call himself 'Tobi'. When Tobi 'joined' the Akatsuki, he did not announce himself as 'Madara' but as Tobi, who Kisame was fond of. After Tobi presumably died, Kisame remarked that he was sorry to hear his death, especially since he (Tobi) lightens up the mood of the organization.

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To conclude, we can say that the first time they met, Obito did reveal himself to Kisame (scars in the face and all) but under the name 'Madara'. The second time they met, it was as 'Tobi' and with a mask so Kisame did not know who was the man underneath the mask. When Tobi revealed himself, Kisame was surprised because he did not expect that it was 'Madara'. 'Madara' did not tell him that he would be disguised as Tobi while in the Akatsuki, hence the surprise. It could not have been that he was surprised of the scars because he immediately recognized him and he made no comment on them either so we can assume he's already seen his scarred face before.

answered Dec 8 '18 at 2:42

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