Not Rated | | Animation, Action, Fantasy
Yusuke and his team of spirit detectives must fight the demons of the Netherworld before they bring a new reign to the human world.
Many people think that Central Park Media licensed and dubbed Yu Yu Hakusho The Movie: Poltergeist Report after Funimation licensed the TV series, but this is not true. Central Park Media actually released Yu Yu Hakusho The Movie: Poltergeist Report on VHS in 1998, which was 5 years before FUNImation licensed the TV series in 2002.
Kurama: So, Hiei, why don't you tell Yukuna that you are her older brother.
Hiei: I don't need your advice.
Kurama: Right. You saw the Spirit World. The condition it is in. This is no ordinary event.
Hiei: Huh. How would I know?
The back cover of the USA Central Park Media DVD says that Yusuke is in High school, but this is incorrect as he is 14 years old and is actually in Middle School.
The North America US Manga Corps DVD has an overlay over the title card.
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