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Inuyasha - Season 2
Inuyasha - Season 2
Actors: Noriko Hidaka, Willow Johnson, Louise Vallance, Brittney Irvin, Hisao Egawa
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Mystery & Suspense, Anime & Manga, Animation
UR     2005     11hr 15min

Together with their friends Miroku, Shippo, Sango and Kirara, Inuyasha and Kagome continue their search for the shards of the Sacred Jewel. Their task, however, is not made any easier by Naraku who continually seems to be ...  more »

     
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Actors: Noriko Hidaka, Willow Johnson, Louise Vallance, Brittney Irvin, Hisao Egawa
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Mystery & Suspense, Anime & Manga, Animation
Sub-Genres: Action & Adventure, Animation, Love & Romance, Animation, Television, Mystery & Suspense, Anime & Manga, Animation
Studio: Viz Video
Format: DVD - Color - Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 11/08/2005
Original Release Date: 08/31/2002
Theatrical Release Date: 08/31/2002
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 11hr 15min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 5
SwapaDVD Credits: 5
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 2
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: Japanese
Subtitles: English
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Movie Reviews

Season 2 of the amazing series
A. S. ALHASSAN | 10/07/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Directly from VIZ: "Episodes 28 - 54 on 5 DVD discs. SPECIAL FEATURES: Bilingual Japanese & English, with optional English subtitles, Scene access menu and Line-art gallery."

This means that it is Engl.

The difference between this one and the Delux Edition is (directly from VIZ): "This special deluxe edition features a set of imported Hanko signature blocks, each featuring either the name of Inuyasha, Sesshomaru, Kagome or the original Japanese Inuyasha logo."
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You Already Know
Keith A. Jones | Philadelphia PA | 01/30/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you're a true Inuyasha fan and a smart buyer then you know this is the Box Set to get. You can't wait any longer this is the entire second season for just 75$, think about how much money you save by buying this and not all those individual DVD's that just clean out your pockets. If you're looking at this review and have never seen the series then your looking for the first Set not this one,.

So anyone buying this already knows the 5 amazing characters and the amazing story and plot and how much this Box Set is truly worth. This isn't overrated this is one of the greatest anime series of all time and I said one of the greatest not the greatest. If you really want to know how great of a deal this is then calculate what it would cost if you purchased every DVD volume of the second season."
Best of the Best
Dr. Michael A. Rinella | Albany, NY United States | 03/29/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I think if you were going to buy one large collection to introduce someone to anime, this may well be the one to choose. Now that it is available in a collected (and reasonably priced) form, the second season is a great buy.

There is hardly a mediocre episode in the lot, let alone a bad one. Highpoint follows highpoint, from the showdown at Naraku's castle, combat with the Wind Sorceress Kargura, Wolf-Demon Koga, the mind-reading Goshinki, the bizarre Juromaru and Kageromaru, and the mighty Ryukotsusei. The feud with Sesshomaru continues, and we see that Inu-Yasha's full demon brother is possibly not completely evil. Sango endures a lot of pain both emotional and physical but fights on, and Kagome begins to adapt to the dangers of the world she has discovered. She's much less helpless than in season one. And Kikyo is even more enigmatic than in the first season, thoroughly complex, with a perspective that is neither human or demon.

The 2nd season is in my opinion the best of one of the best anime programs ever made.
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Not the best anime out there, but worth a look.
Sefira | Urbana, IL | 01/23/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I'll have to admit, Inuyasha isn't the deepest or creative anime you can find on the shelves. It's plot is somewhat predictable and straightforward. The animation, at times, can get a little cruddy. And for the love of god, it's 167 episodes long! Way too many fillers, if you ask me.

So why is Inuyasha worth your time? The truth is that this show is heavily based on the characters and character development, which is something I hold high in my book. They are pretty memorable, very fun to watch, and (dare I say it) lovable. For the most part, it's a feel good show that does its job as entertainment. The music is something to love, and during the times where the animation is done right, the show is absolutely gorgeous.

The only major qualm I have about it is that it is way too long. It begins to lose it's steam around the end of the third season. But hey, this is the second season I'm reviewing; it's still all good stuff here!

Oh, and let me just add that people who write nasty reviews to lash out at shows that stereotypical people watch are usually stereotypical people themselves."