Friday, September 12, 2014

Inuyasha Anime Included

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Book Description: Story & Art by Rumiko Takahashi

After falling through an ancient well, schoolgirl Kagome has become the defender of both modern and 16th-century Japan against the forces of myth and darkness. But if she thought the horrors she and partner InuYasha have faced so far were bgad, she hasn't met InuYasha's family yet. This installment includes the final fight with the soulless, seductive Yura of the Hair. 
Product Details:
  • ISBN-13: 9781569319475
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
  • Publication date: 4/2/2003
  • Series: Inuyasha Series, #1
  • Edition description: V
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 0.60 (d)

                                                   (Cover Artwork)
Book Description: Story & Art by Rumiko Takahashi

InuYasha Visual Manga, Volume 1 covers the events of the first three exciting episodes of the TV and video series, using actual, full-color film frames to narrate the story. High-school coed Kagome lives with legends - a legendary tree, a legendary well, and a legendary fortune-teller grandfather. When her little brother goes into the shrine that houses the well, Kagome goes in to stop him from playing in dangerous places. Suddenly a demon appears and drags her into the well and out the other side into ... a legend. Rumiko Takahasi's vibrant tableaux of feudal Japan is filled with magic, demons, and a half dog-demon boy who is thrown together with the spirited, modern girl, Kagome, on an epic quest. This is where legends begin.

Product Details
  • ISBN-13: 9781591162025
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
  • Publication date: 2/11/2004
  • Series: Inuyasha Ani-Manga Series , #1
  • Edition description: 1st Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 507,089
  • Product dimensions: 7.08 (w) x 4.96 (h) x 0.54 (d)

Personal View:

Where to start... First off this series can relate to anyone, and yes I mean anyone!! If you love manga or anime this is one of the best their is out there! It's got action, romance, etc. I personally never read all of the manga, and it hasn't been in print in the US since I was like 14y/o. Their are the two versions of the manga, the normal manga "Black an white" and the Ani-Manga which is pretty much the TV serious in a book form.
You can buy all the seasons in english but the very last one, though I've added a link and the first two episodes for you below! Plus their are four movies in the Inuyasha series! Which are great! You must check them out if you haven't already. Their is so much I'd like to say about this series, but if I do I'll give it all away. I really hope you enjoy this series just as much as I do. It's great for any age group.
Overall Rating: HARD 5 Stars
Read Online: *Note - Online version is different from American version
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 Their are 7 seasons of this totally sweet anime and the eighth season "The Final Act" ISN'T in english sadly. "WAHHH!!" Not fair right. I'm totally obsessed with this show!! Yes, I own every episode that's ever been in english print!!!! Still debating the vary last one though....

Episode One: The Girl Who Overcame Time... and the Boy Who Was Just Overcome
Original Airdate: August 31, 2002
 "Part 1"
"Part 2"

Kagome Higurashi, a girl living in present day Japan goes searching for her lost cat in her family shrine only to find that a terrible demon has revived in the shrine well. The demon, named Mistress Centipede, grabs Kagome and drags her down the well. After falling through the well, she finds herself transported back in time to a village in Feudal Japan. There, Kagome encounters the Priestess Kaede, who senses Kagome is the reincarnation of Kikyo, Kaede's dead sister who was a powerful priestess. The village is soon attacked by Mistress Centipede who followed Kagome through the well and who is searching for the Shikon Jewel, a stone of unbelievable power. While in Feudal Japan, Kagome also crosses paths with the dog hanyo Inuyasha. She first encounters him nailed to a huge tree by arrows and believes he is dead. When she removes the arrows, she is surprised to find he is alive. He explains that he was imprisoned by Sacred Arrows and bound to the Sacred Tree until she released him. Now released, Inuyasha is able to defeat Mistress Centipede with his super human powers. During the fight with Mistress Centipede, Kagome sees a jewel emerge from Kagome's chest. Kaede recognizes the stone as the Shikon Jewel and bestows in on Kagome, because Kaede says Kagome is the rightful heir to its power.

"I've thought I'd added the first two episodes of the vary last season, I also included the person on YouTube that has the whole season on their page below. ENJOY!!"

Inuyasha: The Final Act

Episode One: Naraku's Heart
Original Airdate: October 2, 2012

Hakudoshi persuades Kagura to release Goryomaru from imprisonment in exchange for her freedom from Naraku. However, they're not strong enough to usurp Naraku yet; they need jewel shards, and there are only four left not in Naraku's possession. Hakudoshi attacks Kagome, stealing her shard while Moryomaru, who seems to be acting on his own, attacks Koga for his shards but fails to take them. Kagura, in the meantime, attacks Kohaku, promising a quick death in exchange for his shard. Moved by his determination to kill Naraku, Kagura destroys Kohaku's crystal of demonic energy and sends him away on one of her feathers. Hakudoshi, seeing that Kagura has betrayed him as well, attacks her just as Inuyasha's group arrives. Goryomaru does as well, revealing himself to be Moryomaru; he was Goryomaru's demonic arm, and ate him from the inside out. Hakudoshi gives Kagome's shard to Moryomaru, sending him after Kohaku. Naraku, having watched his incarnations' plot unfold from Kanna's mirror, disables Hakudoshi's barrier and withdraws the Saimyosho. Left without any form of defense, Hakudoshi is sucked into the Wind Tunnel. Kagura reveals the Infant which contains Naraku's own heart is inside Moryomaru; his destruction means Naraku's death. Knowing her heart could be crushed anytime now, Kagura flees for her life. InuYasha promises Kagura they'll get her heart back and urges her to stay alive until then. Sango goes after Kohaku before the others. She is knocked out by Moryomaru and defended by her brother, after which she learns he's regained his memory. Since the cat's out of the bag, about him housing the Infant, Moryomaru flees to grow stronger. Kohaku has a tearful reunion with Sango. Elsewhere, Kikyo has started to become weaker, to the point of her barrier not being able to keep novice monks away.

Episode Two: Kagura's Wind
Original Airdate: October 12, 2012

Having been saved by InuYasha and his friends, Kagura tries to escape Naraku, but he impedes her efforts to flee. Mockingly seeming surprised by Hakudoshi's death, Naraku talks about how much Kagura wishes to be free of him; he offers to return her heart. Meanwhile, Kikyo continues to weaken due to Naraku's miasma eating away at her from within, and summons the soul of Midoriko to restore her powers. She explains to InuYasha that in order to destroy Naraku, his soul must be purified, and to do that the Shikon Jewel must be completed and purified with Naraku the moment he absorbs it. Elsewhere, Moryomaru eats a turtle demon named Meioju, gaining its armor. Koga completes a series of trials to obtain the Goraishi, a treasure of his clan. He succeeds and gains the weapon and protection of the spirits of his ancestors that will keep Midoriko's will from freezing his legs in place, but only once. While Sesshomaru battles Moryomaru, Naraku returns Kagura's heart, then immediately impales her on his tendrils, injecting her with miasma and leaving her on the brink of death. She manages to escape on a feather, landing in a meadow filled with flowers, where she listens to her newly-returned heart beating inside her chest. Smelling Kagura's blood, Sesshomaru quickly finishes his battle, shattering his sword, Tokijin, in the process. He finds Kagura in the flower field just as she dies, happy to see him one last time. Her body dissolves into dust and her feather hairpin floats away on the wind, signifying that she is now free. InuYasha and his friends arrive too late, and when InuYasha asks Sesshomaru if Kagura had suffered, Sesshomaru replied, "She was smiling." They all watch as Kagura's feather flies into the sky. Kagura's spirit is heard saying "I am the wind, the free wind."

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