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Inuyasha Episode Lists: List of Inuyasha: the Final Act Episodes, List of Inuyasha Episodes, List of Inuyasha Episodes Books LLC

Inuyasha Episode Lists: List of Inuyasha: the Final Act Episodes, List of Inuyasha Episodes, List of Inuyasha Episodes

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Published May 1st 2010
ISBN : 9781155209302
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70 pages
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: List of Inuyasha: the Final Act Episodes, List of InuyashaMorePurchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: List of Inuyasha: the Final Act Episodes, List of Inuyasha Episodes, List of Inuyasha Episodes, List of Inuyasha Episodes, List of Inuyasha Episodes, List of Inuyasha Episodes, List of Inuyasha Episodes, List of Inuyasha Episodes. Excerpt: Cover art of the first DVD compilation released by Aniplex, featuring titular character InuYasha The episodes of the Japanese anime series InuYasha: The Final Act are based on the last 21 volumes of the manga series of the same title by Rumiko Takahashi. The original staff and cast from the first InuYasha anime adaptation were brought back together for the new series. The series premiered on Yomiuri TV on October 3, 2009 where it ran for 26 episodes until its conclusion on March 29, 2010. It picked up where the first adaptation left off, following high school student Kagome Higurashi, the half-demon InuYasha and their companions Sango, Miroku, Shippo, and Kirara as they search for the final fragments of the shattered Shikon Jewel and approach their final battle with Naraku Viz Media licensed the new adaptation before it premiered and aired its English subtitled online through Hulu, with new episodes released within a day of their Japanese air dates. Animax Asia also aired the series, with their own English subtitles, both on its television stations and through its online video service. Four pieces of theme music were used, one opening and three endings. Kimi ga Inai Mirai by Do As Infinity was the opening theme song for the series, lasting from the first episode onwards. With You by AAA was the first ending from episode one to nine. The second ending was Diamond by Alan from episode ten to seventeen. The third and final ending theme was T i Michi no Saki de (, The Long Road Ahead ? ) by Ai Takekawa from episode eighteen to twenty...