13, 2004 - Inuyasha television series finale aired today!
to Sunrise producer Machihiko Suwa's interview on Anime Scramble on
Aug. 20, there likely will be more Inuyasha projects, but nothing further
has been said. Websunday
has also hinted that there will still be Inuyasha anime on the horizon,
but again, no indication as to what direction it will take.
is any further information out of Japan, rest assured I'll post it here.
21, 2004 - A "first installment" of Inuyasha?
TV and Websunday
have been (rather ambiguously) saying that there indeed will be future
Inuyasha anime projects.
is very common for televised anime to end short of their manga counterparts
and not follow through the ending. Yes, the last one-hour televised
episode of Inuyasha did NOT end like the manga is going to end (being
that the manga hasn't ended yet.) But while 166-167 IS being called
the last episode, whether or not the series will continue through OAV
(original animation video, direct-to-video) releases, or other unserialized
televised episodes, or some other form (:P) hasn't been said or decided.
According to the Anime Scramble interview, there will probably not be
any production until after Guren
no Houraijima is released this winter, though.
keep you updated on more news.
Websunday, Yomiuri TV, Anime Scramble interview, Producer Machihiko
Suwa, Aug. 20
Anime Finale: Episode 166-167
no Kizuna - Shikon no Kakera o Tsukae!
Bond of Two - Using the Shikon Fragment!
DATE: Sept 13, 2004
the trail of Naraku, Hakudoushi, and the new youkai creation Mouryoumaru,
Inuyasha and the others discover a group of strange youkai-slayers called
Gyouja. They turn out to be a group of children led by a mysterious
man named Gouryoumaru, who invites them to stay in his temple for the
night. That night, they are attacked by a swarm of youkai that seem
to be under Kagura's control. But when Gouryoumaru manages to severely
injure Kagura, it again raises questions as to what the man's intentions
Kagome, Sango, Miroku, and Shippou manage to track Naraku to a mysterious
place called Ogre's Rock, where they prepare to make what may be a final
stand. When they become trapped within the cave with no way out, Inuyasha
is forced to make a decision to use the Shikon fragment, not knowing
what the consequences will be...
1 - 34 || 35 - 64 ||
65 - 95 || 96 - 127
|| 128 - 153 || 154 - 167
and summaries for the latest 10 episodes up on the main page, and the
previous reviews all go into the Previous Episodes Sections.
Sept 13, 2004 - And a review for the finale, episode 166-167,
is up! I think I have a new favorite episode. :)
Sept 6, 2004 - Grrr... after a long delay and trying to
get enough time to actually put these things together, the reviews
for episodes 162, 163, and 164 go up. I haven't put the galleries
up yet. Those will come soon.
Aug 30, 2004 - Damn, has it been a MONTH since I last
put up a review? Sorry to take so long.