InuYasha: The Final Act (2009–2010)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Animation, Action, Adventure


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InuYasha's story draws to a close but not before finding Naraku and the Sacred Jewel, and facing new enemies and new dangers.


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27 February 2012 | famousail_93
10
| what i think about the final act
inuyasha the final act begin in oct,3 2009-march,29,2010 there are based on the last 21 volumes of the manga series by Rumiko Takahashi It picked up where the first adaptation left off, following the half-demon InuYasha, the junior high school student Kagome Higurashi and their companions Miroku, Sango, Shippo and Kirara as they search for the final fragments of the shattered Shikon Jewel and approach their final battle with Naraku, what i like about this and hate is that first of all i love the fighting how they rush the first 6 ep and what i hate about it is that they skip some of the best part which was like for Moryomaru they made it shot in the mange it was pretty long like 10 vol naruaku wood use inuyasha to kill him and kanne wood betrayed him part of the plan but other then that koga we only see him for 9 ep and thats it which kind of sucks we don't see him in the first series and if your like me u wood read the manga and also kikyo & Kohaku they cut that shot too & inuyasha sowrd the Dragon-Scaled Tetsusaigai mean if they can make naruto Shippuden why not the final act right ???? other then that i love it but look at the good side atlease they finish it and i wood give inuyasha the final act 10/10 because it was great.

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Release Date:

3 October 2009

Language

English, Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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