7 titles.

1. Naruto: Shippûden (2007 TV Series)
Episode: The Tale of Jiraiya the Gallant (2009)
In the shinobi world it's not how you live, it's how you die. A shinobi's life is not measured by how they live but rather it's measured by what they acomplish before their death. And looking back, my life has really been full of nothing but faliure. Continiually rejected by Tsunade,
not being able to stop my friend and unable to protect either my student or my mentor. Compared to the great deeds of the hokage my actions are all insignificant things and deed. I wish I could have diel like eact of the hokage. A tale is only good as it's final turn of events. A plot twist. And mistakes are important part of a plot, too. I lived my life always believing that the lessons I learned are what haund me. I swore I'd acomplish a deed so great that it would oblitorate all my faliures. I'd die as a splendid shinobi, at least that's least that's how it's supposed to go. But my tale ending like this... The Great lord Elder prophesied that I would be the one to guide the revolution. A person who would make a great choice that will bring either peace or destruction to the world of the shinobi. I thought I would defeat Pain, stop the Akatsuki and save the world from destruction. But in the end, I failed that, too. How pitiful. How sad that this will be the end twist to the tale of Jiraiya the Gallant. What a worthless story it tourned out to be.
A real ninja is one who endorse no matter what gets thrown at him. Let me explain something to you: There's only one thing that matters if you are a shinobi. And it isn't the number of jutsu you possess. What do you need is the guts... to never give up!
In the shinobi world it's not how you live, it's how you die. A shinobi's life is not measured by how they live but rather it's measured by what they accomplish before their death. And looking back, my life has really been full of nothing but failure. Continually rejected by Tsunade,
not being able to stop my friend and unable to protect either my student or my mentor. Compared to the great deeds of the hokage my actions are all insignificant things and deed. I wish I could have died like each of the hokage. A tale is only good as it's final turn of events. A plot twist. And mistakes are important part of a plot, too. I lived my life always believing that the lessons I learned are what hound me. I swore I'd accomplish a deed so great that it would obliterate all my failures. I'd die as a splendid shinobi, at least that's least that's how it's supposed to go. But my tale ending like this... The Great lord Elder prophesied that I would be the one to guide the revolution. A person who would make a great choice that will bring either peace or destruction to the world of the shinobi. I thought I would defeat Pain, stop the Akatsuki and save the world from destruction. But in the end, I failed that, too. How pitiful. How sad that this will be the end twist to the tale of Jiraiya the Gallant. What a worthless story it turned out to be.
A real ninja is one who endorse no matter what gets thrown at him. Let me explain something to you: There's only one thing that matters if you are a shinobi. And it isn't the number of jutsu you possess. What do you need is the guts... to never give up!
2. Naruto (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Igaisei No.1, Naruto sansen! (2003)
Becoming a true shinobi is difficult for me... If possible, I don't want to have kill you. Nor want you to have to kill me. But if you come at me, I can destroy my kind heart with a blade and become a true shinobi. This bridge is the place we fight to connect our dreams. Me, for the sake of my dream, and you, for the sake of your dreams. Please don't hate me. I want to protect someone precious to me... To work for that person's sake, to fight for that person's sake, to make that person's dreams come true. That is my dream. For that sake, I can become a shinobi. I will kill you!
3. Samurai Jack (2001 TV Series)
Episode: Samurai Versus Ninja (2003)
Shinobi. Warrior of the night. Trained to use the darkness of the shadow. I know your arts as well. But I have been trained to use the light.
4. Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files (1992 TV Series)
Episode: Kurama's Stand (1993)
The Shinobi have survived for centuries by each master passing their knowledge to one apprentice before he dies. The previous masters must have made poor selections. These fighters don't know their place.
5. The Angry Video Game Nerd (2006 TV Series)
Episode: Tiger Electronic Games (2013)
They had colorful artwork that looked way better than the shit that came on inside the screen. It somehow gave you the impression that you were holding an arcade machine in your hands. The commercials made them look awesome; but really, they were garbage. These games were so mass-produced, it was like a swarm of mosquitos sucking our blood; and we all got bit! The most shameless part of it is that these games tried to be more than what they were. With this kind of technology, they could have stuck to solitaire or video poker. But no, they took it all the way and adapted action-adventure games. They took Konami games, Capcom games, Sega games like Altered Beast, Shinobi, and Sonic The Hedgehog - any video game franchise ended up butchered on one of these things. Any licensed product - movies, TV shows, this Tiger got its claws on everything.
6. Kamui no ken (1985)
Do you... want to kill me? As soon as the Lord Tenkai catches up with us, I'll probably go back to being a mere Shinobi, and take your life. Now, do whatever you want to me.
7. Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger (2013 TV Series)
Episode: O Matsurincho! Reddo Chôshinka (2013)
Yes. Dororon Shinobi Change, right?
7 titles.