INUYASHA The Original Complete ENG TV Series Ep.1 to 167 End DVD Box Set
Code : 201061444388
|Price : || |MYR112.39 SGD53.39 USD43.83 RMB303.45 MYR89.91 / SGD42.71 / USD35.07 / RMB242.76
|Weight :||500 g|
|Subtitle :||Chinese , English , Malay ,|
|Language :||English , Japanese ,|
|Model :||DVD ,|
The episodes of the Japanese anime series InuYasha are based on the first 36 volumes of the manga series of the same title by Rumiko Takahashi. Produced by Sunrise, the series premiered in Japan on Animax on October 16, 2000 and ran for 167 episodes until its conclusion on September 13, 2004. It also aired on Animax's English-language networks in South Asia and East Asia and it was broadcast on Yomiuri TV and Nippon Television. The series follows half-demon InuYasha and a high school girl Kagome Higurashi on a journey, alongside their friends, a young fox demon, Shippo, a lecherous monk, Miroku, a demon slayer, Sango, and a demon cat, Kilala, to obtain the fragments of the shattered Jewel of Four Souls, a powerful jewel that had been hidden inside Kagome's body, and keep the shards from being used for evil, including the demon Naraku. The English dub of the series was broadcast on Cartoon Network as part of its Adult Swim programming block from August 31, 2002 through October 27, 2006. The series also aired in Canada on YTV. In the 34th issue of Weekly Shōnen Sunday, it was announced an anime adaption of volumes 36 to the end will be made by the original cast and crew and will air on Japan's YTV. The following week, Viz Media announced it has licensed the new adaptation. A second anime series, InuYasha: The Final Act, premiered on Yomiuri TV on October 3, 2009. Picking up where the first series left off, and using the same staff and cast, it is based on the final volumes of the manga series. Viz Media licensed the new adaptation and began airing it in English-subtitled form through Hulu, releasing new episodes within one day of their airing in Japan. Animax Asia also aired the series, with their own English subtitles, both on its television stations and through its own online video service.