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InuYasha: The Final Act

Inuyasha Final Act DVD

Network

Adult Swim (Toonami)

Broadcast Run

Nov. 15, 2014[1] - June 13, 2015

Episodes

26 (List of Episodes)

InuYasha: The Final Act is a Japanese anime series based on the manga series Inuyasha, written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi. The series, produced by Sunrise and consisting of 26 episodes, was broadcast on YTV in Japan from October 3, 2009 to March 29, 2010. The Final Act is a sequel series to the original Inuyasha anime series, that covers the rest of the manga series (volumes 36-56). The series used the original staff and cast from the first series and in terms of plot picks up where the previous series left off.[2][3]

Viz Media licensed the series for North America and it began simulcasting weekly on October 3, 2009 on Vizanime.com and Hulu with English subtitles. Adult Swim's Toonami began airing the English dub of The Final Act on November 15, 2014 at 2:00 AM.[1] The series ended its run on Toonami on June 13, 2015.

PlotEdit

Throughout their quest to restore the shattered Shikon jewel, the half-demon Inuyasha and modern schoolgirl Kagome have never faced an enemy more deadly or more cunning than the demon mastermind Naraku. With the Shikon jewel nearly whole, the race to collect the remaining shards intensifies and a battle of epic proportions is brewing on the horizon!

CharactersEdit

See Inuyasha

Voice CastEdit

CharacterEnglish Voice ActorJapanese Voice Actor
Inuyasha Richard Ian Cox Kappei Yamaguchi
Kagome Higurashi Kira Tozer Satsuki Yukino
Shippō Jillian Michaels Kumiko Watanabe
Sango Kelly Sheridan Houko Kuwashima
Miroku Kirby Morrow Kōji Tsujitani
Naraku Paul Dobson Toshiyuki Morikawa
Kōga Scott McNeil Taiki Matsuno
Kohaku Aidan Drummond Akiko Yajima
Rin Brenna O'Brien Mamiko Noto
Jaken Don Brown Chō
Kanna Janyse Jaud Yukana
Byakuya Michael Adamthwaite Mitsuaki Madono
Sesshōmaru Michael Daingerfield Ken Narita
Kikyō Willow Johnson Noriko Hidaka
Mushin Alec Willows Yuzuru Fujimoto
Hakkaku Alistair Abell Daisuke Kishio
Ayumi Cathy Weseluck Nami Okamoto
Bone Demon's Daughter Cathy Weseluck Makiko Ohmoto
Hide Cathy Weseluck Yurin
Kagome's Mom Cathy Weseluck Asako Dodo
Miroku (Child) Cathy Weseluck Chiwa Saitō
Asuka Chantal Strand Kaori Shimizu
Mujina Chantal Strand Natsuko Kuwatani
Hakudoshi Chiara Zanni Ai Kobayashi
Akago (The Infant) Chiara Zanni Ai Kobayashi
Yorei-Taisei (Great Holy Demon Spirit) Don Brown Ichirō Nagai
Kagome's Grandpa French Tickner Katsumi Suzuki
Kagura Janyse Jaud Izumi Ōgami
Yuka Jillian Michaels Kaori Shimizu
Kochō Katie Chapman Yuki Masuda
Kaede Linda Darlow Hisako Kyōda
Sesshoumaru's Mother Lisa Ann Beley Yoshiko Sakakibara
Tōshū Matt Ellis Nobuo Tobita
Magatsuhi Michael Dobson Takeshi Kusao
Ginta Paul Dobson Hiroyuki Yoshino
Myōga Paul Dobson Kenichi Ogata
Sota Higurashi Rebecca Shoichet Akiko Nakagawa
Bone Demon Richard Newman Kiyoyuki Yanada
Tōtōsai Richard Newman Jōji Yanami
Master of Potions Ron Halder Minoru Inaba
Mōryōmaru Ross Douglas Masaki Terasoma
Hitomiko Jennifer Cameron Fumiko Orikasa
Hōjō Matt Smith Yūji Ueda
Eri Rebecca Shoichet Yuki Masuda
Ginka Daisuke Endō
Kao Kazuki Yao
Kai Yuka Nishigaki
Kinka Makoto Yasumura
Ryūjin Hajime Iijima
Shinta Momoko Saitō
Shishinki Osamu Sakuta

GalleryEdit

EpisodesEdit

Color Season Episodes Toonami Premiere Toonami Finale
1 26 November 15, 2014 June 13, 2015

The episodes of the series are based on the last 21 volumes of the manga. The entire series has been released on DVD and Blu Ray in the United States.

Broadcast HistoryEdit

The series premiered in Japan on Yomiuri TV from October 3, 2009[4] to March 29, 2010.[5] In other parts of Asia the episodes were aired the same week as their premiere on Animax-Asia. Viz Media licensed the series in North America and the English dub of the series began streaming in the United States and Canada on Viz Media's online network, Neon Alley, on October 2, 2012. The English dub of the series made its U.S. television debut on November 15, 2014 on Adult Swim's Toonami block.[1]

  • Japan (Yomiuri TV) — October 3, 2009[4] - March 29, 2010[5]
  • South Asia (Animax) — October 2009 - 2010
  • India (Animax) — October 2009 - 2010
  • United States (Adult Swim) — November 15, 2014[1] - June 13, 2015

External LinksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "Inuyasha: The Final Act is coming to Toonami! ". toonami.tumblr.com. October 24, 2014. http://toonami.tumblr.com/post/100835638551/inuyasha-the-final-act-is-coming-to. Retrieved on October 24, 2014. 
  2. "Inuyasha's Final Chapters Get TV Anime Green-Lit ". Anime News Network. July 16, 2009. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2009-07-16/inuyasha-final-chapter-gets-tv-anime-green-lit. Retrieved on October 25, 2014. 
  3. "Viz Adds Inuyasha the Final Act, Kekkaishi Anime ". Anime News Network. July 24, 2009. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2009-07-24/viz-adds-inuyasha-final-act-kekkaishi-anime. Retrieved on October 25, 2014. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 "InuYasha: The Final Act (in English) ". Syoboi. http://cal.syoboi.jp/tid/1740/time. Retrieved on October 25, 2014. 
  5. 5.0 5.1 "InuYasha: The Final Act (in English) ". Anime Newtype. http://anime.webnt.jp/program/index.php?pg_page=tv_detail&detail=3444. Retrieved on October 25, 2014. 
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