Yusuke Urameshi has been fighting most of his life. At first he found himself at odds with his teachers and classmates. Then he was named Spirit Detective, a job that produced showdowns with the infamous Toguro Brothers a... more »nd a former Spirit Detective, Shinobu Sensui. But now Yusuke questions his real motivations for choosing the life he leads. And what will his new discovery do for his chances of winning the tournament? All roads lead to the future in the final installment of Yu Yu Hakusho!« less
"Brilliant DVD! really a must have for everyone breathing. I thoroughly relished every second of the end wishing it wouldn't. If you have an intrest in working in anime (who isn't?!) or just would like to hear what all goes into it (who wouldn't?), you must have this even just for the commentary. Justin Cook went to great lengths to make this a true treat for the fans bringing them into every aspect of production at Funimation!! You hear from the writers, the script supervisors, the re-mastering guy who made the music and sound so much more incredible (doesn't it just shake you to the core at times?), and the voice actors (yay! Chuck Huber [Hiei] is a riot!!) The whole crew sits down with you for the final episodes and walks you through all it takes to produce this amazing show. The cast/crew is almost entirely anime veterans so you're getting it from the best, really. And there is a special outtake commentary where you basically get "the bloopers" of the voice actors...Cynthia Cranz (Botan), Chris Sabat (Kuwabara), Justin Cook (Yusuke) and Sean Micheal Teague (Koenma) are so much fun when they mess up! I really really enjoyed the commentary from John Burgmeier (Kurama), too. Please Please Please do yourself a favor and check this out. From Yu Yu Fans everywhere to aspiring ADR directors, you will not be satisfied without it, I promise."
A great end to a great series...
Newbie | USA | 07/28/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"IT'S OVER!!! *sobs* This was by far my favorite anime series. This dvd still delivers an awesome fight that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the end. Raizen is in it (yeah!) and you find out a little bit of what happens to everyone in the future. There's also a kiss scene in the final episode and an extended version of the opening theme song in English and in Japanese (Smile Bomb/Hohoemi no Bakudan).This was truly a great ending that left me in tears. Even Hiei ends up happy. And please look at the commentaries in the extras section. They are hilarious! trust me! Well, this will be my last yyh dvd review unless i get the box sets *sniff*. Again, 5 stars baby 5 stars! this dvd was truly spectacular and if you're a DBZ fan that would like a slightly faster moving plot, this is the series for you. Go check it out from beggining to end. It's a must see for any anime fan, especially action anime fans. Holla! YYH forever baby! P.S. If you look in the background in the last episode when Kuwabara and Kurama are on the train and look closely at the billboard signs, yo9u should see a sign that says YuYuHAkushoEnd! right before the 1 hour photo sign."
Who Opened A Can Of Beans And Made This AMAZING?!
Jac Wilson | Los Angeles, CA USA | 04/17/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I recieved this DVD along with the Three Kings Box Set, but I'm writing a review for this specific disc for one important reason: it provides (drum roll, si vous plait) COMMENTARIES!
Yeah yeah, the episodes themselves are the best you'll ever see, but the commentaries bring the entire series into a new, oh-so-glorious light. There are six in total, one of which is an Outtake And Blooper reel, and that in itself is worth a million dollars. (The title to this review is based on one small line from the blooper reel, and there are plenty more where that came from). My second favorite commentary is done by the four main voice actors: Justin Cook (Yusuke), Chris Sabet (Kuwabara), John Burgmeier (Kurama), and Chuck Huber (Hiei). These guys are thoroughly hilarious, and I simply can not get enough of them. The other commentaries are amazing, too, and for the record I think Sean Teague(Koenma) is downright adorable.
Lastly I'd like to say that it is obvious that the people who put their work into this show (the writers, actors, sound mixers) love it just as much as the fans do, if not more so. Buying this DVD is like buying pure happiness in disc form. (Although, I suggest buying the whole box set; it is indeed incredible.)"
AN AMAZING FINALE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Contains Spoilers)
fma-fan | 07/17/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The final 3 episodes of yu yu hakusho are here, and they are amazing. Yusuke battles Yomi in the second round of the demon tournament, but he unfortunately loses because he realizes that he has no purpose to live his life in demon world, plus Yomi hears Shura cheering on him and knocks Yusuke out. When Yusuke wakes up, he thinks Kotto is still counting to ten. The last episodes reveals what happens to everyone and Yusuke's choice."
5-Star Anime, 4-Star Ending
fma-fan | 07/29/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Now I have to admit that this is my 2nd favorite anime of the 17 that I watch. But, I think the 112th episode had a few holes in it. I mean, does Yusuke end up marrying Kayko? Will Hiei ever tell Yukina about her brother? What was Yusuke doing for two whole years? This was great and all, but it makes me want to know so very badly!!! Oh yeah, there was one hole in the 111th episode, too. They don't even show Mukuro or Yomi losing in the next round! Instead, you have to listen to Kurama!!! Then again, I would rather have Kurama tell it than the narrator. (Jorge Satome, A.K.A. Blue Ogre)"