Two of Niigata's greatest exports -- Fujio sake and the manga of Rumiko Takahashi -- join forces to bring you a limited-edition Inuyasha sake. Hit the jump to see the sake and all the cool accessories that go with it!
Kles, a special non-profit organization based in Kyushu, has announced that its first full orchestra concert dedicated to anime, game, and tokusatsu music and songs, titled "Anison Classic Kitakyushu 2016 vol.1," is scheduled to be held at Kitakyushu Performing Arts Center in Fukuoka on November 1. Hit the jump for more details.
Every other Monday, Man at Arms' team of blacksmiths and craftsmen build fans' favorite weapons, and this week, inspired by a flood of requests, they forged Inuyasha's Tessaiga. Check out the results after the jump.
The US TV ratings numbers for November are out, and scores for anime related content include Adult Swim ranking as basic cable's #1 network in total day among adults 18-24, adults 18-34 and men 18-24. In terms of specific wins, the Saturday, 2:00am airings of Inuyasha: The Final Act were #1 in their time period among adults 18-24 & men 18-24, with premieres up among adults 18-49 and men 18-24 vs. year ago. More after the jump.
Following up on the Hellsing news, Toonami had some good news to deliver for Inuyasha fans with confirmation that it will broadcast Inuyasha: The Final Act starting next month. Hit the jump for details.
After ending the series five years ago, Rumiko Takahashi has brought back InuYasha in the newly released 10th issue of Shonen Sunday's 2013 run. The 34 page one shot is part the "Heroes Come Back" earthquake charity anthology, set to be collected in March with all proceeds donated to helping restore the areas devastated by the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami disaster. Get a glimpse after the jump.
Shonen Sunday announced today that Rumiko Takahashi will draw a one-shot of her popular manga series Inuyasha for the Heroes Come Back earthquake charity on the magazine's 10th issue of 2013 which will be published in Japan on February 6th, 2013. Hit the jump for more details.
Warner Home Video, who handles distribution for VIZ Media, has listed a new Blu-ray collection of the four InuYasha movies, slated for March 26th release. The two-disc set will sell for $29.99. More after the jump.
With InuYasha The Final Act set to be released on DVD and Blu-ray November 20th, Viz has posted a look at what to expect from the long awaited conclusion of the historical fantasy. 13 episodes are included. Blu-ray exclusive extras bonus storyboard art, and the Japanese trailers. More after the jump.