Does Inuyasha have Asthma? I'm watching episode 25 and I think Inuyasha said "my Asthma" when Sango threw poison powder at him. I want to know!
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At the end of episode 78 of Urusei Yatsura (first manga by Rumiko Takahashi), the Kagome Kagome Game seen in Ep16 of Final Act is featured.
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Which Episode of Inuyasha were they having a picnic and eating Onigiri?
Inuyasha is one of my favorite animes. I first got into it after it ended, when I was waiting for the new season of another show that left one of its villains on the loose at the time (this year it got its final season and she was turned to stone forever). Like Digimon and Sailor Moon Crystal, it feels niche to my style. It was really what I needed at that time.
Here's the top five reasons I love this show.
5.) Kirara. She's adorable.
4.) This sounds random, but just the fact that Kikyo and Sesshomaru can always be counted on to make appearances in episodes, just not every episode, but they come up every so often, and you never know what role they'll play when they first appear in an episode.
3.) Having closure. It is essential any show I see has closure, ending with the main villain defeated and most loose ends tied up. Naraku is destroyed, and so is the Shikon Jewel, and Kagome and Inuyasha have their happy ending.
2.) Ocean voice actors. They are some of my favorite VA's. Richard Ian Cox (Inuyasha) did one of my favorite Dragonball Z voices, Zaacro, it seems you don't hear him much, but here he's actually one of the two main characters. Paul Dobson (Naraku) is also my favorite Zarbon voice, and he does a pretty good voice for Naraku too, the main villain of the whole series. His brother Brian Dobson, who is rarely heard but does a good Super Buu voice, even makes an appearance as Naraku's incarnation Muso. David Kaye as Sesshomaru in his Treize voice (though he was recast in the Final Act). And of course what's an Ocean show without Scott McNeil (Koga)? And unlike Dragonball Z it keeps the Ocean voices the entire way throughout. That's why I had a good feeling about it and ordered it all on Amazon right away. I'd say I gambled and won.
1.) The style. Battles to the death against the forces of evil, I love shows like that. I know many don't, and that's not the typical style for modern day anime (unless it's magical girl anime like Sailor Moon Crystal). And again, this includes the main villain, Naraku, who is destroyed with the rare outline effect. And also Ryura, main villain of the fourth movie, who reminded me of Saturn from Pokemon, something about the voice and blue hair makes me like him as a villain, but often I like to see my favorite villains go out the old-fashioned way. Which is kinda weird, I know.
However... no show is perfect. Not Digimon, not Sailor Moon Crystal, not MLP: FiM, not Marvel Cinematic Universe, not 24, not Game of Thrones. So of course there are things about Inuyasha that bug me despite all that.
5.) Shunran not having a tail, unlike the other three Panther Devas.
4.) Miroku's perverted antics, which keep it from being completely clean. But this is lower than the other three because he only goes after the same area we get a surprising amount of references to (with female characters) in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, though all but two seem tamer than in Inuyasha.
3.) When Inuyasha turns feral or something and kills bandits, it's said "They may be bandits but they're still human beings." As if that excuses their heinous crimes. By that logic, then it wouldn't be considered murder to kill Shippo or Kirara coz they're demons (and Kagome almost always uses "Sit boy" when Inuyasha attacks Shippo). Feudal Japan would be safer without the bandits, they're as bad as any demons. And if killing them really is too excessive, couldn't they at least make sure they get locked up or something? Why do they intend to let them continue doing what they do?
2.) The part where Sango said "Even though Naraku ordered Kohaku to do this, I can't forgive Kohaku." She did in the end, of course, but Naraku didn't just ORDER it, he had Kohaku under his complete control. Kohaku didn't have any choice or free will in the matter, and if Sango was in his position she'd have done the same. I hate when characters hold other characters responsible for something they literally had no control over (like when the Winter Soldier killed Iron Man's parents while brainwashed by Hydra)
1.) If memory serves - and correct me if I'm wrong there, it's been a while since I seen it - the complete lack of swimsuits. Leading to many nude scenes, though never explicit I don't think, but still keeping it from being completely clean. You might argue they hadn't been invented yet in Feudal Japan, but that doesn't mean Kagome can't bring some over from her time like she did her bike. You'd think Kagome and Sango would be extra motivated with Miroku around.
On a side note, I just noticed Sesshomaru has a crescent moon on his forehead. He has often been compared to Sephiroth due to his voice and long white hair... and I've heard speculation Sephiroth's last name is Crescent.
I just read the bonus six month after story. Sango actually says the boy's name, Komori, when she is passing him to Kohaku to look after while she goes to help kill the demon.
I'm kinda confused by all this.. espcially how I can join a fandom - It really is hella confusing to me - but besides that I'm working on my InuYasha OC.
Yep, even after 40 years of drawing, Rumiko Takahashi doesn't retire yet and has recently started a new manga called Mao which bears some resemblance to Inuyasha as a girl travels back to 1923 in the Taisho era. Check it out
Can we start calling Naraku a Dark Lord? I like to call him Dark Lord Naraku. He has all the signs of a Dark Lord, and has been the main villain for the whole series. Dispite being used by the Shikon Jewel. I mean Naraku is basically Rumiko Takahashi's most popular and iconic villains, and a foil to Inuyasha, basically Naraku and Inuyasha are polar opposites. For many years Naraku has been Inuyasha's archenemy and when you think about it Naraku/Onigumo has some similarities to Voldemort/Tom Riddle from Harry Potter. Plus don't forget Inuyasha finally killed Naraku.
So let us start addressing Naraku as Dark Lord Naraku.
If Inuyasha did a crossover in the Anime/Manga which would be the best: Naruto/Boruto, Yu-Yu Hakusho, Transformers, G.I. Joe, or anything?
Remember Inuyasha the Movie 4: Fire on Mystic Island? I wish they would bring back Horai Island, and if that happened then the children from Horai Island would reappear and return with Inuyasha and Kagome, with Inuyasha now a warrior hero, and defending Horai and his and Kagome's kids now fighting evil around the world, with their kids who find love interests.
They would fight a revived Naraku.