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Inuyasha The Final Act Set 1

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Inuyasha The Final Act Set 1 (DVD)

Kagome is an ordinary schoolgirl who finds her destiny linked to the half demon Inuyasha and the powerful Shikon Jewel. In their quest to restore the shattered Shikon Jewel, Inuyasha and Kagome face their ultimate enemy, the demon mastermind Naraku. Meanwhile, Sesshomaru learns the truth behind his sword Tenseiga, and Kikyo discovers a secret that could defeat 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!


When the popular "feudal fairy tale" InuYasha ended in 2004 after 167 episodes and four theatrical features, it just stopped. Rumiko Takahashi's manga was still running, so the characters thanked the viewers for watching and flew off. The Final Act (2009) picks up where the first series ended, and the filmmakers assume the audience is familiar with the story, which has grown extremely convoluted. Kagome, a modern high school girl, spends most of her time in the Warring States era, working with the half-demon InuYasha to recover the magical shards of the shattered Shikkon Jewel. The evil Naraku has managed to capture almost all the fragments, but he's having problems with his servants: Kogura, Kanna, the evil infant, and Gorymaru escape his control and even try to destroy him. Many of these episodes focus on supernatural weapons: InuYasha makes his sword Tetseiga even more powerful; by learning sorrow and fear, his half-brother Sesshoumaru acquires the Meidou Zangetsuha technique that sends foes directly to the underworld; Sango discovers the true nature of her boomerang-like Hiraikotsu; and Miroku finds the limit of his Wind Tunnel. Perhaps the most significant weapon is the spark of light the dying Kikyou managed to preserve within the defiled Jewel: Could that tiny glimmer be Naraku's undoing? Richard Ian Cox repeats his role as the bad-tempered but ultimately goodhearted InuYasha; however, several of the cast members are new, notably Kira Tozer as Kagome, and arguments will certainly rage on the web over the merits of the new actors vs. the original ones. Director Yasunao Aoki is drawing together the narrative threads that will bring the tale to a conclusion otaku have awaited for almost 10 years. (Rated Teen: violence, violence against women, grotesque imagery, alcohol use) --Charles Solomon

(1. Naraku's Heart, 2. Kagura's Wind, 3. Meidou Zangetsuha, 4. Dragon-scaled Tessaiga, 5. Yorei Taisei's Trial, 6. The End of Moryomaru, 7. The Mausoleum of Mount Azusa, 8. While the Stars Twinkle, 9. Sesshoumaru in Hell, 10. A Grief-stained Flower, 11. Kanna's Gravestone, 12. Sango's Feelings, Miroku's Resolve, 13. The Complete Pathway to Hades)

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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Viz Media
  • DVD Release Date: November 20, 2012
  • Run Time: 325 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (186 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005SH647S
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,136 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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While we were able to see the Final Act season subbed for the last year it's great to see that Viz Media was able to get most of the original dubbed cast back to do this final season Of these beloved characters, sadly though understandable is the lack of two of the original dubbing cast who won't apparently be coming back Moneca Stori the dubbed voice of Kagome and David Kaye the dubbed voice of Sesshomaru though from the audio clips I've heard from the voice actor and actress replacing them it wont be as horrific as I first thought. This season will follow almost precisely the story we see in the manga script so there shouldn't be many upset fans of the series. While it's annoying that we can only get this set in two parts it doesn't irk me as much as I would expect especially since I've already waited so long for this already to begin with. This is a must for fans especially those of use who already have the first seven season sets but regardless a great finale to a great series has finally reached the shores of the American fans...
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Ray on November 19, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
Finally, after waiting for this release since October 3rd of 2009 it is here!

This Blu-ray or DVD set contains 2 discs containing episodes 1-13, both in dual audio (Eng. Dub/Jap. with English subs) - It contains little to no extras. The extras being 3 trailers or promos from the Japanese television airing back in 2009, original English dub cast list and a trailer or two for Viz Media's new anime service; Neon Alley.

I picked up the Blu-ray release and as far as the quality goes it is AMAZING on my flat screen HD TV. The colors practically pop out at you, and are bright and vivid for the most part. Originally The Final Act did not air in HD when it was broadcasting in Japan, so this is an upscaled release I am assuming, and I can't find a single flaw in the quality. This is also Viz Media's first series Blu-ray release, before TFA all they have released in Blu-ray 1080p format is the Bleach/Naruto/Berserk movies in the last year, so it is indeed a job well done on the quality.

As for the dub voice acting I enjoyed it very much. Kagome and Sesshomaru's voice actress/actor did not come back for their original roles, meaning they were both obviously replaced with a new voice actor. Kagome's voice actor will take time to get used to for most fans, but don't let it discourage you because you will grow into it, I sure did. I originally was very against her new voice actress because I've been hearing Monica Stori's voice as Kagome since I was about 8 years old now, meaning it would be a huge change for me (and I'm sure most of the fanbase as well) - Sesshomaru's voice actor I can't even tell the difference in, being 100% honest. If I wasn't specifically told that his voice actor was different I wouldn't have had a clue, that's how good it is.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By E. Dennis Bashaw on November 25, 2012
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First of all let me say this is the VIZ Media dub. There is another dub available on the web from ANIMAX. Avoid it. The voices are different than the ones you are used to from the earlier discs or viewings on Adult Swim. True, two of the main character voices (for the English dub) did not come back (Kagome and Lord Sesshomaru) but the actors replacing them are very compatible with the characters. The sound is crisp and clear and the sub-titles are good. The Animax dub is an inferior dub in my opinion.

CGI, but top notch. One of the things that brought me to Inuyasha was the drawing, especially the backgrounds. Beautifully drawn and now beautifully rendered. No complaints about the quality or the transfer to DVD. Looks great to me.

A bit of a let down. NO SPOILERS FROM ME. A let down in that very soon in the last series you see that there is a formula being followed-hint---Everyone gets their episode in the sun. One thing this final story arc does achieve is a wrapping up of 99% of all plot points. Sometimes it is done in a very clunky fashion with lots and lots of dialog expounding on a point. I think, IMHO, that maybe restructuring a bit would have allowed them to get the point across without these long discussions which do tend to kill some of the dramatic tension. Still, the ending while predictable, is in its own way satisfying. There is some use of flashbacks to the original episodes to remind us of plot points, but they are generally restrained.

Extras? What extras? Oh, the original trailer and English cast list...YAWN!

The Splitting of the Final Arc into two sets of two discs
Some reviewers have castigated the makers for doing this, big deal.
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By sakurabug on August 25, 2012
Format: DVD
Omg! I'm just glad its finally got a release date! I've been waiting sooooo long to see it. I didn't go to the web sites to watch it so I don't care how it comes, sub or dub, I just want it! I don't care about the case or that its being released in 2 parts their getting my money! It seems to me that all the companies in the last few years have been releasing their series in more than one part, but after all the parts are out they turn around and release a complete collection! So if you are one of those people who want your inuyasha the final act in one complete collection they'll probably release that, just wait for a bit! I have to have it now though I've waited long enough so I'll be buying the 2 parts!
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