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Inu To Shounen Episode 1


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In contrast to the typically comedic nature of much of Takahashi's previous work, Inuyasha deals with a darker and more serious subject matter, using the setting of the Sengoku period to easily display the violent content while still retaining some comedic elements. The manga was adapted into two anime television series by Sunrise. The first series ran for 167 episodes on Yomiuri TV from October 2000 to September 2004. The second series, Inuyasha: The Final Act, ran for 26 episodes from October 2009 to March 2010. Four feature films and an original video animation have also been released. Other merchandise includes video games and a light novel. A sequel anime television series, titled Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon, aired for two seasons from October 2020 to March 2022.


In North America, the series was licensed for an English dub release by Viz Media.[36] The series was first run on Adult Swim from August 31, 2002, to October 27, 2006,[37] with reruns from 2006 to 2014. When Toonami became a block on Adult Swim, Inuyasha aired there from November 2012 to March 1, 2014,[38] when the network announced that they had lost the broadcast rights to the series.[39] On August 25, 2017, Starz announced that they would be offering episodes of the series for their Video on Demand service starting September 1, 2017.[40] The series aired in Canada on YTV's Bionix programming block from September 5, 2003, to December 1, 2006.[41] Viz collected the series in a total of 55 DVD volumes,[42][43] while seven box sets were also released.[44][45] In September 2020, Funimation announced that they would begin streaming the first 54 episodes of the series and the four films.[46]


Viz Media also released a separate series of ani-manga volumes which are derived from full-color screenshots of the anime episodes. 30 volumes were released from January 14, 2004 to December 9, 2008.[47][48]


Viz Media released the series in two DVD or Blu-ray sets which included an English dub.[55] The first thirteen episodes, constituting the first set, were released on November 20, 2012,[56][57] and the last thirteen episodes, constituting the second set, were released on February 12, 2013.[58][59][60] The series began broadcasting in the United States and Canada on Viz Media's online network, Neon Alley, on October 2, 2012.[61] On October 24, 2014, it was announced that Adult Swim would air The Final Act on the Toonami block, beginning on November 15, at 2:00 a.m. EST.[62]


A 30-minute original video animation titled Black Tessaiga (黒い鉄砕牙, Kuroi Tessaiga), was presented on July 30, 2008, at an "It's a Rumic World" exhibit at the Matsuya Ginza department store in Tokyo's Ginza shopping district. The episode uses the original voice cast from the anime series.[70] It was released in Japan on October 20, 2010, in both DVD and Blu-ray formats.[71][72]


The episode was very slow and at this moment I am not 100% sure what Inu X Boku will be about in the future. The story had very little plot to it and was a complete introduction of an episode. You know very little about any of the characters or the world they live in. The entirety of the episode takes place within the gates of this mysteries apartment complex so I am not sure at this point what this world has in store for the charectera. Do they shun or accept creatures like a Gashadokuro or a fox spirit. The episode just gave me no information on the world and its frustrating because I really interested in a world full of Japanese spirits in this setting.


The character design is okay if not good. I really like how Soushi looks with his to different random colored eyes. Ririchou is very cute but looks really young. What I did love was the character design of all of the characters when they turn into spirits/demons. The coolest of all was the Gashadokuro, which looks like a giant scary skull with teeth. The animation as I said earlier was strong. There is not much animation outside the apartment, but the animators still managed to have a few pretty shots of a cherry blossom tree. The apartment complex has simple animation but it was never bad. I really liked how the scene with the burglars takes place; it was the highlight of the episode. I really liked when Soushi transformed into a fox. There were some nice shadows and a great use of colors.


Inu x Boku SS is akin to watching a random episode from a TV series. Most series have a gradual build, but when episodes are viewed in random order, a slapstick episode may immediately precede a serious one from later in the series. This series at times feels like each chapter is its own genre. The first few like a shoujo fantasy romantic comedy, then a supernatural romance, then shounen, and even a bonus seinen chapter? Even 4-koma-like chapters can occur in the middle of the volume. While the series starts out as seemingly shoujo, its shounen aspects eventually emerge in a quite shocking manner.


Considering that the anime comes from a fairly small Studio, it is quite surprising to see that the animation is actually quite impressive. The show is filled with some really smooth and calming visuals that may even give you goosebumps at times. The characters have some really detailed expressions and the chibi drawings that are thrown around here and there. just make the comedy scenes even funnier. On the shounen side of things, the few fight scenes that have been shown are not exceptionally great, but they have a decent amount of fluidity that makes them really entertaining. 041b061a72


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