Inuyasha Season 6 Box Set
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(Nov 13, 2012)
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As if battling demons and searching for the Sacred Jewel shards weren't tough enough, Kagome also faces the battles of a very modern-day student, like preparing for a school festival and a love scene in the class play! But demons wait for no one, and soon enough Kagome is back in the past, encountering demon women that test the bond between Miroku and Sango, a woman who's mysteriously in love with Inuyasha's brother Sesshomaru, and an ancestor of the boy with a crush on Kagome in the present day!(Contains episodes 127-146)
Bilingual (Japanese and English) with English subtitles
Much of the sixth season of Rumiko Takahashi's "Feudal Fairy Tale" Inu Yasha has a lighter tone than the previous instalmments. Insanity reigns when the dried demon parts Kagome unwittingly brought into the present day are reconstituted during her school cultural festival. Inu-Yasha, his ears hidden beneath an incongruous baseball cap, destroys them--while making mincemeat of Kagome's class play (an episode that recalls the performance of "Romeo and Juliet" in Ranma 1/2). Fox-spirit Shippo begins to come into his own as a character, claiming a bigger role in the story and arguing with the powerful Inu-Yasha. In the main story line, Naraku has collected all but four of the shards of the sacred Shikkon Jewel: wolf-demon Koga holds two; Sango's possessed brother Kohaku has the third. The fourth is caught between the realms of the living and dead, near the tomb of Inu-Yasha's father: But only the dead can cross into that world. Naraku searches for the path to the shard using Kagura and Hakudoshi, the repulsive avatar he created from his human heart (the heart of Onigumo, the thief who loved Kikyo decades earlier). These episodes offer plenty of action, including a battle with the firey horse-demon Entei and his ugly master Rengokuki. The filmmakers begin to draw the strands of the plot together for the seventh and final season: Miroku and Sango admit their affection for each other, and Inu-Yasha realizes that Kagome's influence has cooled the desire for power that once consumed him. The Deluxe Edition comes with an Inu- Yasha watch. (Rated "Teen:" suitable for ages 13 and older: violence, grotesque imagery, alcohol use, brief nudity) --Charles Solomon
(127. Don't Boil It! The Terrifying Dried-Up Demon! 128. Battle Against the Dried-Up Demons at the Cultural Festival! 129. Chokyukai and the Abducted Bride, 130. Shippo's New Technique, The Heart Scar! 131. Trap of the Cursed Wall Hanging, 132. Miroku's Most Dangerous Confession, 133. The Woman Who Loved Sesshomaru Part 1, 134. The Woman Who Loved Sesshomaru Part 2 (special), 135. The Last Banquet of Miroku's Master, 136. A Strange Invisible Demon Appears! 137. An Ancestor Named Kagome, 138. Mountain of Demons: Survival of the Duo, 139. The Great Duel at Shoun Falls! 140. Eternal Love, The Naginata of Kenkon, 141. Entei, The Demon Horse Unleashed! 142. Untamed Entei and Horrible Hakudoshi, 143. 3,000 Leagues in Search of Father, 144. Hosenki and the Last Shard, 145. Bizarre Guards at the Border of the Afterlife)
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These repackages are literally the same products and episodes, just condensed in terms of packaging and price.
Standard definition - so 4:3 ratio with obvious static and other SD flaws, but that's cool. There isn't much you can do when upconverting an original SD work.
There are Bluray discs of the final act and the movies, but that is probably all there will ever be.
Japanese Audio with English subs is indeed available on these discs.
Disc four contains three special features. The first feature is a "Textless Opening," which is essentially the opening that appears at the beginning of each episode, but this version doesn't have the text that covers the pictures. The second feature is a "Textless Ending," which is the ending credits without the text covering the pictures. I was very surprised and pleased by the new ending credits song that appears in the sixth season. The song was much more electronic-based than the other themes (which have been more rock-based).
The third special feature in the set is labeled as, "Inuyasha Special Footage - Down the Well: Inside the Feudal Fairytale." This feature runs for almost eight minutes, and utilizes the English dub actors, as well as the English dub versions of the Inuyasha footage. Over the course of the piece, the characters of Myoga and Totosai are giving some explanations about Japan's feudal era. They talk about what the feudal era was like, they explain what yokai are, and also talk about the religious figures of the time (humans who have spiritual powers). Unfortunately, it felt more like the voice actors were reading straight out of Wikipedia entries, rather than the piece being written to truly educate the viewer. On the other sets, the "Inuyasha Special Footage" was originally produced in Japan, and subtitled for the American DVD releases. Personally, I like the Japanese "Inuyasha Special Footage" pieces better than the one that appears on this set.
This box set of Inuyasha includes a combination of short story-arcs and stand alone episodes. However, very few episodes in the set felt like filler material. It felt like almost all of the episodes were important for progressing the story.
If you're a fan of Inuyasha and want to have all of the episodes on DVD, then you need to acquire this set.
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