Inu Yasha: The Final Act - Set 2 [2 Discs] [Blu-ray]

  • SKU: 7380063
  • Release Date: 02/12/2013
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  • 3 Original Japanese Trailers


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    The end of InuYasha

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    Genre: Fantasy, Action, Drama Length: 13 episodes "In their quest to restore the shattered Shikon Jewel, Inuyasha and Kagome face their ultimate enemy, the demon mastermind Naraku. With the Jewel nearly complete and in enemy hands, the race to collect the remaining shards intensifies, and an epic battle is brewing on the horizon! Kagome finds herself pulled between two worlds as she struggles to fight alongside Inuyasha in the Feudal Era and study for her high school entrance exams in the present. As the battle enters its final stage, Inuyasha and his friends have their strength, loyalties and will to live pushed to the limit. The final key to Naraku's and the Jewel's destruction may lie in nothing more -- and nothing less -- than the trust between a half demon and a girl from the future." Aaaaand, it's over! This volume is the finale to InuYasha. It's one of the few series that actually gives a definitive ending which makes it nice because there's a sense of closure, but it also pretty much axes any hopes of more as well. And it only took 193 episodes, 4 movies, and 5-6 OVAs to accomplish! Volume 1 took care of killing off all of the characters and pushing all of the side-characters out of the picture. Both InuYasha and Sesshomaru must learn to fully master their swords and put aside their pride to defeat Naraku. We also learn why Kagome's powers have been sealed since she came to the feudal era. Sesshomaru also gets his own brand new sword! It doesn't look anything special, but it's attack and effects are probably the coolest yet. Non-stop action, a little bit of comedy, and the final battle#s# make this a great finale. I remember why I loved this series so much nearly a decade ago after watching The Final Act. Watched the last 13 episodes in one sitting and enjoyed every minute of it! InuYasha is definitely one of the older series out there that I think everyone should be introduced to. Don't expect everyone to watch the entire thing as it is really friggin' long, but it's pretty addicting. Final note: I didn't notice much of a difference from the Blu-ray and DVD versions. Some of the scenes had more vibrant colors, but 4' away on a 55" screen didn't seem to yield any noticable change in resolution. Might just be my eyes since I'm dead tired :/ Also, the extras aren't any good. Don't even bother unless you want to see a few art scans.

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