RyRyMini said: At least this one shouldn't be jam packed with fillers, right?
No. The manga itself is full of filler. The story will still have a bunch of nonsense even if they're manga loyal. 20 volumes is going to have about 2-3 volumes worth of progression and 17-18 volumes of random fluff and prolonged scenes. It's Rumiko's style.
OH MY GOD SERIOUSLY?
Oh man, I miss Inyasha so much, so nice to know there's going to be another series to it. Especially after the manga ending last year. This has seriously made my day, totally some of the best news I've heard in a while.
Well, it sure has been a long time since I first started watching Inuyasha. That was back when I was thirteen years old, and now I'm twenty. And, just like a couple of other people said, there will probably be a lot of random fluff, so I might be a couple of years older by the time it's finished. >_>
AddleBoy said: Well, it sure has been a long time since I first started watching Inuyasha. That was back when I was thirteen years old, and now I'm twenty.
I know that exact feeling. I discovered the anime ages ago, probably around the same age you were. I'm 22 now, but I still consider it one of my favourite animes of all time. It may not be the best there is, but considering the nostalgia I have for it and the fact that I really enjoyed the story (I've read the manga, so I'm not talking about all of the unfortunate fillers), I am absolutely pumped to hear this news.
The rest of the manga really deserves to be animated, not only because it's great, but also to give closure to the first anime. If people never read the manga, they'd be very lost at the end, and some probably discouraged by the amount of filler episodes.
kisami said: i am not sure how the original JP version is but the US version really sux. maybe if they condense it like they did DBZ i might watch this.
Are you referring to the dub?
I agree that overall the original Japanese voice cast is better (most are), however I really don't think the English dub is terrible. A few english voices I actually prefer to their Japanese counterparts. I watched it all in English originally, and I had no problems with it.
One of my first anime. I watched when I was like 15 or something.I'm 17 now and didn't realy mind the fillers back then. I really wanna see the end of the series! hope It won't take too long for it to finish!!
More Fluffy and more InuyashaxKagome plz.
Also less sword powerlevelshit. (backlashwave & wind scar shit)
"Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might appear to others that what you were or might have been was not otherwise than what you had been would have appeared to them to be otherwise"
I'm somewhat less than ecstatic about this, hopefully the manga's changed because last I saw of Inu Yasha (which was several years ago) the plot structure was predictable and repetitively drowsy at times.
AnimeGURU475 said: Now if only they would do this with other animes like Air Gear, Negima, D Gray Man, etc.
Yeah, yeah, I hope they will continue D.Gray-man too, I liked so much that series, but maybe we'll be lucky and a few years later after the manga progress they'll animate it like they did with Inuyasha...
I was wondering where can I watch english subbed Inuyasha episodes... Do anyone know something about it?
Ten-Chan said: I can't believe it !!! FINALLY !! when my sis told me about it I thought it was a joke !!!
how many years =_= they are so damn SLOW !!
Again, the manga only JUST finished recently....it's not a case of them being slow, they had to wait until it was finished. If they had kept the series going they would be ahead of the manga material, meaning years of filler. They stopped where they did so that didn't get out of control, and now that the manga's finished they can finally animate the true ending.