"InuYasha" Returns to DVD

Repriced "InuYasha" along with new sets of Naruto and Pokémon Black And White Set 2 scheduled

Last released in 2009, the seven season box set of InuYasha is returning to DVD. Warner Home Video, who distributes DVDs and Blu-rays for Viz, lists that the first repriced set is due on November 6th for $24.98. Meanwhile, Pokémon Black and White Set 2 is due January 22nd, while the 13th set of Naruto Shippuden is due on the 29th of the month.


InuYasha: The Final Act, the climax of the historical fantasy, will also be hitting DVD and Blu-ray in November.


InuYasha Season 1

Street Date: 11/6
DVD / $24.98

Kagome Higurashi, an average ninth grader, gets pulled into an ancient well by a demon, bringing her 500 years in the past to the feudal era. There, she meets Inuyasha, a half-demon who seeks the Shikon Jewel to make himself a full-fledged demon. With Inuyasha and new friends, Kagome's search for the Jewel of Four Souls begins...



Pokemon Black And White Set 2
Street Date: 1/22
DVD / $19.97

In Nacrene City, Ash and friends look for the Nacrene City Gym, only to find it inside the local museum! When they discover that the museum is haunted, the crew turn heroes for the night to investigate the disturbances. What strange force could be behind them? Then, it's time for Ash's next Gym battle, and it turns out his opponent has been keeping tabs on him! Does he have a chance against a Gym Leader who knows all his moves ahead of time?


Naruto Shippuden Uncut Set 13
Street Date: 1/29
DVD / $44.82

Naruto and his friends successfully decipher the code Jiraiya left behind, but it's not enough to solve the mystery of Pain. For Naruto, Jiraiya's passing is more than enough to inspire him to follow Fukasaku to Mount Myoboku, where he begins his training in Sage Jutsu. But will the antsy Naruto ever be able to sit still long enough to achieve Sage Mode?

Back in the Leaf Village, disaster strikes when the Six Paths of Pain attack the village, and those dearest to Naruto are thrown into the chaos of battle!


Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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