Inuyasha 7 Seasons 2002

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1. The Girl Who Overcame Time...and the Boy Who Was Just Overcome TV-14 CC

In feudal Japan, the half demon Inuyasha was sealed away by the priestess Kikyo. Many years later he is revived by Kagome, who has slipped through time from the present day. Kagome is surprised when the sacred Shikon Jewel, which makes demons stronger, emerges from a cut on her body.

Starring:
Kappei Yamaguchi, Richard Ian Cox
Runtime:
25 minutes
Original air date:
August 31, 2002

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Genres Drama, Adventure, Action, Comedy
Starring Kappei Yamaguchi, Richard Ian Cox
Supporting actors Satsuki Yukino, Moneca Stori, Paul Dobson, Kumiko Watanabe, Jillian Michaels, Houko Kuwashima, Kelly Sheridan, Kôji Tsujitani, Kirby Morrow, Scott McNeil, Alistair Abell, Takayuki Fujimoto, Daisuke Kishio, Andrea Kwan, Taiki Matsuno, Candice Moore, Toshihiko Nakajima, Brenna O'Brien
Season year 2003
Network Viz Media
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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84 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 31, 2005
Format: DVD
First of all for those writing negative reviwes shame on you!! This is a review on the ENTIRE season not on a few episodes you watched!! You cant get a good perspective that way....please readers...pay those bias remarks no mind and take head of a real review like the one in the spotlight and my own.

This season is awesome!! At first i was unsure of Inu Yasha having only seen a few episodes and not sure what it was about but then having gotten more experiance with it and seeing more episodes i fell in love and got this boxset of the first season. It is a wonderful series filled with what all amimes should have...action, comedy, romance, and great edge of your seat battels!! No one battels as fine as inu yasha and no characters are more deep than what you find in this series. Each character posses a flaw that contributes to the series and their character making it a fantastic anime.

If you are a fan of the works of Rumiko Takehashi then you are sure to fall in love. Inu Yasha i s a series you cannot go wrong with! I have watched A LOT of anime and Inu Yasha is definatly a favorite of mine.

What is alos great about this set that it comes in the original japanese with the english subtitles which are very accurate in their translation. VIZ is def. a well renowed translator and ditributor of goood anime. You can def. trust thier translations. If you dont like japanese then you can watch it in good ol' english and laugh away as Inu Yasha tries to clobber shippo or tries to understand Kagome. There are no too many special features but you can watch the beginning and ending with out the text which is pretty cool and you get a cast and relationship chart.

This season is great!! Do not listen to those bias twits!
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86 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Edward Swing on September 19, 2004
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Other reviewers have raved about this DVD series. It is a great series, full of action, comedy, and romance. It is good for anyone (though a bit violent for younger viewers).

The packaging is great too. Viz finally figured out that a boxed set shouldn't take up too much space. Anyone who has the Ranma DVD sets knows they take up a LOT of shelf space, to say nothing for the people who couldn't wait and purchased the 3-episode-per-disc Inu Yasha DVDs. This packaging is more compact, and really aimed at the people who are serious about anime. Thanks for the trend to reduce boxed set sizes!

The 5 discs have no extras except for the last disc, which has textless opening/closings and a character relationship chart. There is obvious room for extras on DVDs 1-4 since DVD 5 has 6 episodes PLUS the extras. Hopefully Viz will use the space when they get around to releasing Season 2 as a boxed set.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Dylan on July 26, 2006
Format: DVD
The season 1 DVD box set of Inuyasha contains the first 27 episodes of the show. These episodes can be viewed in either English or Japanese. Subtitles are only in English. This boxset is in my opinion a great start for any fan of Inuyasha who wants to collect the episodes.

Specifically, this box set focuses mainly on introducing the main characters of the show. The journey begins! This boxset is nice because it's MUCH cheaper than if you were to buy the episodes seperately. The extras are lacking, but I never really minded because I only bought this for the episodes themselves. Inuyasha is my second favorite anime. The story is very interesting as are the characters. I recommend this box set to any fan of Inuyasha.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 13, 2004
Format: DVD
Kagome is a stressed teenage schoolgirl from the present day. Inuyasha is a surly half-demon from five hundred years in the past. And they're one of the more unlikely action pairs you could imagine, in the first-season boxed set of hit animated series "Inuyasha."

On Kagome's fifteenth birthday, she's suddenly pulled into a well on her family's shrine grounds -- and emerges five hundred years in the past. After bumbling around for awhile, she accidently frees a half-demon boy, Inuyasha, who is stuck to a tree. Inuyasha loathes her because of her resemblance to the woman Kikyo, who pinned him to that tree -- especially when he learns that Kagome is Kikyo's reincarnation.

Even though they fight constantly, they have to team up to recover the shard of the powerful Shikon Jewel (which Inuyasha wants to use to eradicate his human half). Things take a sudden twist when Kagome learns that the much-abused Inuyasha was once in love with Kikyo, and that his feelings for Kagome herself are starting to change. Unfortunately, Kikyo has been brought back to unnatural half-life, which makes Inuyasha and Kagome even more confused.

And then a monk, Miroku, reveals the truth -- Kikyo and Inuyasha were turned against one another by an evil demon, Naraku. What's more, Naraku is collecting fragments of the Shikon jewel, so Inuyasha can get his revenge and his jewel shards at the same time. With the lovable, lecherous Miroku, beautiful and haunted demon-slayer Sango, and outspoken fox Shippo, Inuyasha and Kagome set out to stop Naraku.

Rumiko Takahashi is known for her romance and comedies.
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