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Not sure if this is the right place but I think Inuyasha has a more mature theme then Naruto, Bleach and co...
Anyway, I need to download volume 53-56. Does anyone know of a site to get the last three I need?
Moved here ~Nami
Last edited by Nami; August 09, 2008 at 04:19 AM.
It's not, it doesn't, and lurk.
Just to let you know, YTV is going to be broadcasting the last 20 volumes worth of chapters of the Inuyasha manga into an anime special thing. Source: http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news...nime-green-lit
Last edited by bellcrossage; July 16, 2009 at 02:01 AM.
I'm excited to see Inuyasha again this fall. The ending of the anime sucked--- this should at least make up for it.
Seriously this manga had some good potential. But the mangaka ruined it. Story went crappier on, nothing really made sense anymore. Instead of working on already introduced things, she (Rumiko Takahashi) kept introducing new stuff (myth, character, enemies, weapons etc). At some point there were just too much. It felt like reading a story, which should have ended already, or which is desperately trying to run longer. Sad.. just sad.
I have no interest in a anime of a dead manga. Just my opinion. Sesshomaru for President.
Anime News Network has reported that Viz has confirmed that it will start simulcast and stream online Inuyasha: The Final Act television anime series on Saturday , October 3. The streaming will be hosted at shonensunday.com/anime and hulu.com online.... The Animax Asia television channel will begin running the same anime series in several Asian countries on October 10 — one week after the Japanese premiere.
Source: Anime News Network
UPDATE: Viz Media has released a 85-second English-subtitled trailer for Inuyasha: The Final Act on its website shonensunday.com
Episode titles for the first 6 episodes of Inuyasha Kanketsu-hen from Anime News Network
Last edited by HPTR Fangirl; October 09, 2009 at 09:16 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
This manga was one of my favorites being that I watched it as a child. This manga really did have potential. I think it would have been great if the mangaka focused more on the shikon no tama issue, inuyasha's family. Naraka for me at some point dragged out. Still, I found myself rereading the manga since I first experienced the seires through the anime.
I heard there will be a chapter coming out in February though other than that no hints were given unto what'll it be about.
this was the first manga i read completely
very underrated, the anime was good too, but the manga was excellent