Saturday, February 1, 2014

Con-G is proud to welcome Scott McNeil

Con-G is proud to welcome Scott McNeil to it's 2014 guest roster!!



Scott McNeil hails from Vancouver, Canada by way of Brisbane, Australia. He started acting at the age of three and hasn't (his mom would say) stopped since. Spanning over two decades and including over 12,000 episodes, Scott's voice career began with The New Adventures of He-Man way back in (gasp) 1988. He is perhaps best known currently as Duo Maxwell in Gundam Wing, Koga, in Inuyasha, Piccolo (the first) and many others in Dragon Ball Z, Dinobot, Rattrap, Waspinator, and Silverbolt in Beast Wars, Jetfire in Transformers Armada, and Wolverine in X-Men: Evolution, As well as Hohenheim in Full Metal Alchemist, the deeply neurotic Merb Stork in StormHawks, the amazingly inept Voltar in League of Super Evil, Ali al Satchez in Gundam 00, and the inanely musical Flam in My Little Pony

Reading Roundup

Just like I do with movies I'm going to start reviewing some of the things I read during the week. This may include novels, manga, comic books or anything other thing I might pick up. There's no way I can cover everything as I tend to read a lot of stuff but I'll try to pick out those that leave an impression on me. Good or bad.

1. NONNONBA

This is another manga by Shigeru Mizuki. After devouring his Showa: A History of Japan I was craving some more of his work. This another psuedo autobiography and details his early years growing up in Japan. The focus this time is on his relationship with Nonnonba, an elderly neighbor who served as a kind of grandmother to him. It was she that introduced him to the world of yokai of which the majority of his manga work is about. In fact even this work if filled with the crazy yokai creatures! Again I loved every minute I was reading this. His writing style is fairly simple yet the small moments, such as those with his father, can have some serious meaning. His cartoony art style is also very appealing and gives the work a timeless quality. Many of the stories found in this one are also in the Showa: A History of Japan but in a truncated form. It was great getting the full stories this time around especially the one about his first encounter with doughnuts! A truly wonderful read and easy to recommend to anyone, even those unfamilar with manga.

Otaku's 10(ish) Anime Openings

RPG challenged us to do a top 10 list, but I just can't do that. For starters, I would never take it seriously. Chances would be high that I would just list 10 variations of the Sugoi yo! Masaru-san! opening to make my point that it is the greatest opening ever. However, since I want to share some openings, I've decided to limit myself to the following criteria:



1. No Cowboy Bebop, because we all already know it's the best.

Thursday, January 30, 2014

PR: Gritty Post Apocalyptic DEADMAN WONDERLAND Debuts February 11th In-Print & Digitally

DEADMAN WONDERLAND RETURNS TO

NORTH AMERICA AS VIZ MEDIA RELEASES

POST APOCALYPTIC MANGA SERIES SET IN A BIZARRE FUTURISTIC PRISON

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

PR: Goku Returns To NA in Vivid New Manga Edition DRAGON BALL FULL COLOR!

GOKU RETURNS TO NORTH AMERICA AS

VIZ MEDIA RELEASES DRAGON BALL FULL COLOR MANGA EDITION


Anime Sols Streaming Site Set For 2013 Launch

Based on the hit shonen manga of the same name, Blue Exorcist was produced by acclaimed staff at Anime Studio A-1 Pictures (Sword Art Online, Oreimo 2, Welcome to the Space Show). Durarara!! a must-see for fans of extraordinary anime that blew Japanese viewers away when it was released in that country in 2010 is based on the hit novel by Ryohgo Narita that shocked readers and the light-novel industry with its unique characters and out-of-this-world story. Fate Zero is the introductory series to Type Moons Fate universe, one of Japans all-time most popular multimedia franchises with titles such as Fate/stay night, Tsukihime, and Fate/Prototype and millions of novels, manga, video games and anime sold since 1998. Social TV Everywhere SimulTV subscribers also get : The first true TV Everywhere experience enabling live content to be viewed on tablets, smartphones, computers and any other web-enabled device at home or away thanks to proprietary technology that streams HD-quality video and also delivers picture-in-picture capabilities using less than half the usual bandwidth.



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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Moview(tm): Romantic Anime Love Story

KAZE NO STIGMA

A well-scripted romance with threads of action, comedy, and supernatural fantasy woven throughout the story, "Kaze no Stigma" loosely translates to "the shame of the wind." This is the story of the Kannagi family reject, Kazuma, and how his journey to become someone affected the family that he left behind. Together with his younger, highly-favored brother, Ren, and the future head of the family, Ayano, he protects the normal human population from Youma, demons of possession and power. While the story progresses toward defeating an alchemist wizard hell-bent on destroying the un-empowered humans, the story mostly focuses on the growing and developing relationship between Kazuma and Ayano, and chaos ensues.

With every episode, each character becomes more and more human. Ren grows from idolizing his big brother Kazuma to learning from him and maturing into his own person. Ayano is by far the most intricate character. She is a hot-headed and violent character with a wonderful heart and an impossibly thick skull. Kazuma is an open booktheviewers, not his fellow characters. Even if the full extent of his past scars is not shown until the last episode, the viewer ismeant to understand what he feels throughout the entire experience. The author, Takahiro Yamato, did a good job of fashioning such a phenomenon in the world of anime. The psychological dynamics between the main couple are fascinating. As their fighting styles clash, their personalities comply with one another's existence but are not quite complimenting. The position of dominance alternates to fit the situation and possible consequences to create a favorable outcome. Subservience is a struggle for both characters, so they alternate constantly. When first introduced to the main protagonist, all three have the same last name and are considered family. This begs twoquestions, what is the relationship between Ayano and Kazuma and if they are family how is this not incest? Interestingly enough, the English translation of their familial relationship is second cousins, but the title "cousin" given to Kazuma's father only indicates that he is a descendant of the main bloodline, not that he is the biological cousin of Ayano's father. Rather, this states that the entitlement to head of the family is within the grasp of both main bloodline families, unlike the branch families mentioned in the beginning of the series. The branch families are most likely lesser families that married into the more prestigious Kannagi family or main bloodline family member married beneath them in power, giving up their claim to the entitlement to head of the family. With around 300 years of main bloodline family descendants, relational lines and familial ties become hard to label, so simple titles like "cousin" exist. In the English subbed version, Ren calls Ayano "big sister" as that is what she means to him and Kazuma "big brother" as that is his actual title as the first son of their father. This makes the situation between the two even funnier to watch in subbed.

Monday, January 27, 2014

New TV

J. took me to Costco after the pre-op appointment and I bought my first ever TV. Have never owned one before, never thought it important enough to spend money on. This one is nice, a Samsung LED "smart TV", apparently considered "small" at 32in. Seems big to me. But am not super fond of TV. Until recently, only owned one movie (Pan's Labyrinth) and one TV series (see below). But when netflix did not have certain InuYasha episodes, I just bought missing ones, were not expensive. I like anime more than any other type of video entertainment. So have a stack of those too now. Still prefer books, but when sick or not feeling well words get hard to understand. So. New toy. To help distract self while recovering from surgery, when all usual coping methods will not be available, if pile of new books does not work or gets too frustrating.



My new TV now sits in front of sewing machine, on my crafts table. Not likely to be doing any crafts while healing from surgery. Friends Puppy, Hedgehog, and Polar Snuffles on top of TV, and new bluray player on the left (also Samsung).

Friday, January 24, 2014

Ikkoku Was There For My Miserable Unemployed Life: A Maison Ikkoku Post

Personal post for me this time around (and I mean really personal). I don't usually do stuff like this because I feel my personal life should be separated from my entertainment life, but there are always exceptions to the rule.



A little less than a year ago, I was busy submitting job applications everywhere, desperate to move out of my parents' house and not have to rely on them for everything. Well, not exactly in that time frame, as I've been submitting job applications since my first or second years of college. But you know how finding employment can be like. You have to get that application accepted, you have to wait a long time, the interview process, etc. To this day, I'm still getting notifications for applications I submitted months ago that my submission was turned down. And of course, there's the fact that you can't be picky and shit.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Viz Picks Up Moribito: Guardian of the Sacred Spirit

I very rarely talk about amine here, since this is a manga blog, but there are times when I'll make exceptions. Just recently, the return of an anime I love has been announced. Viz Media has rescued Moribito: Guardian of the Sacred Spirit. This 26 episode series first aired in 2007, and had a difficult time in licensing here. Geneon first licensed it, but then halted their US distribution, and the license went to Media Blasters. It showed on Cartoon Network during their late night Adult Swim block, but it took a while for a full run to show there. Now Viz Media is running it as part of their Neon Alley network.



Moribito: Guardian of the Sacred Spirit is based on the first volume from a fantasy novel series published in Japan in 1996. It is about a woman named Balsa, who, after saving the second prince to the Emperor, Chagum, is charged by the Queen to protect him. Chagum carries the egg of the water god. The Emperor sees him possessed by a spirit, and other spirit chase him to eat the egg he carries. Balsa takes the assignment. With her mad spear-wielding skills, and help from friends in the mountains, she protects the young boy until the egg can come to fruition.

New Years

Happy New Years everyone

haha 2014 is finally here


Diplomas... Diplomas...

So it's the night before my stupid Social Diploma Part B...

Should I really be studying?

Well yes... because, a diploma is worth 50% of my mark after all...

National TV Ratings (Jan. 17-19, 2014)

Kantar Media National TV Ratings (Jan. 17 to 19, 2014) - The Nash-Alexa episode of "Wansapanataym" tops Saturday while the episode of "Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho" featuring the Daniel Padilla look-alike wins Sunday beating "Home Sweetie Home" and "Pepito Manaloto" for the no. 1 slot.



Here are the Top 20 programs and comparative TV ratings nationwide from January 17 to 19, 2014 according to Kantar Media:

Monday, January 20, 2014

One Piece (Wan p su) (Season One)

Chances are that if you are reasonably familiar with anime then you have probably heard of One Piece. If, for whatever reason, you haven't heard of this show then you'd certainly be in for a treat. Although some patience will be required of you. Generally, folks steer clear of television shows, movies, and books that are really long and I never have gotten this kind of logic. For one thing, it means missing out on a story just because it isn't confined to a certain length. I have always believed that a story should be as long as it needs to be in order for the story to be told properly. So whether it's six episodes or 600 episodes, I don't really care because I just want a damn good story. Sure, 600+ episodes can seem intimidating, but if it's good you won't really care because you'll enjoy the time spent watching the series.

In case you haven't gathered, ONE PIECE is a very long anime with over 620 episodes to its credit and it isn't finished yet. That makes it the 18th longest anime of all time, I believe. To date this is the longest anime I have attempted. All of the episodes from DRAGONBALL, DRAGONBALL Z, and DRAGONBALL GT combined (629) is just as long as ONE PIECE (629) for now. I say "for now" because ONE PIECE is still in production while the DRAGONBALL franchise has long since been finished.

So watching ONE PIECE is a commitment, no doubt, but it is one worth making if you consider yourself a fan of the action and adventure anime genre. As of this writing, I am about to embark on episode 88 of the series after beginning the first episode on January 1st. My goal is to catch up with the series in six months. I think that is a very doable goal since a little over a 100 episodes a month is very feasible for me. I might even try for 130 a month.

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Sunday is better with cold water?

Considering that today is Sunday, it's a sort of gender-bender themed month, and I can't seem to stop talking about the anime Ranma 1/2, I figured that I would attempt to get it all out of my system in this post for one of the most worthless days in existence.



Anime:

National TV Ratings (Jan. 13 to 16, 2014)

Kantar Media National TV Ratings (January 13 to 16, 2014) - "Honesto" continues primetime domination; "Be Careful With My Heart" tops daytime.



Here are the Top 20 programs and comparative TV ratings nationwide from January 13 to 16, 2014 according to Kantar Media:

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

I Found an Anime Similar to Inuyasha!

Kamisama Hajimemashita is sorta like Inuyasha! Let's shoot some obvious bullets, shall we?



* The main men are silver-haired with adorable ears

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Make Sense

I feel like Asuka is Anno and Shinji represents the fans.



It was by complete accident that I found out that was playing Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Redo on the big screen last Saturday night.Is this a thing that happens regularly there?They really need to advertise that shit better.If I hadn't been randomly looking around Fandango, I would have missed it entirely.

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Narrative Rough

More than What Meets the Eye Have you ever experienced moments in animateness when you thought something would merely be simple entertainment, tho cease up impacting you more(prenominal) than you had intended? Anime; the usual media of aliveness originating in Japan, however, c e really(prenominal)able to its high demand, has do it all the modal value the States and separate nations. Anime may exactly seem alike(p) other thing that people watch in their superfluous time; or pull down effort to avoid out-of-pocket to the reputations one can be label as for ceremonial it, but to me, its much more than that. It has greatly influenced my interests, hobbies, and overall life genius in more shipway than one. Ive been opened to anime at a very young, probably rough the age of 5 or so, although it wasnt until 4th pock did it honestly change my mindset of the valet de chambre around me. Sure, I watched shows like Yu-Gi-Oh, Inuyasha, Naruto, etc., you know, the mainstream stuff. It certainly was satisfying, but it safe appeared to be another c machinationoon I liked watching, normally with my older brother. It may have been because I had to wait for the episodes to go far out, but wasnt committed enough to follow the schedule, or the fact that I found out about it through with(predicate) my brother. It wasnt until I discovered this anime on the network called Shugo Chara!



I believe I was quickly captivate with this show due to the main character being relatively close to my age and the very distinctive and girly art style of the series. Ironically enough, even though looking back to solely how colorful and immature this show was, it made m e realize my ambitious self. I recall th! e time when I when I first move fanart of Shugo Chara! I enjoyed displace the characters in their many outfits, a good deal finding myself outlay hours on several little drawings. It made me realized yet how much I loved drawing; drawing manga in particular that is. As I transitioned to other series, I detect that if I really liked the art style of it, I would have tried copying a picture or something....If you want to get a replete(p) essay, order it on our website:

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

InuYasha Anime Tetsusaiga Steel Samurai Katana Sword

Up for sale is a brand new exact replica of the Samurai sword Tetsusaiga (Tessaiga) weilded by InuYasha's in the wildly popular Manga and Anime InuYasha now playing on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. This sword was left to InuYasha by his father, Daiyokai, the dog-demon and imbued with power to cut the rifts between demonic energy and create a Windscar. This Japanese sword makes the perfect present for any animation sword collectors, specially InuYasha fans.



This replica sword features a blade that is constructed with low temper carbon steel. The entire sword is measured at 43.5"long and the slightly sharpened blade is measured at 27". On the handle are blue color nylon wrap. Entire sword is constructed with careful detail to be like the sword in the amime series. This is a great gift for an InuYasha fan.

InuYasha Sesshomaru Kimono Cosplay

Sessh maru was a powerful dog daiy kai and feared throughout the feudal world. He was the half-brother of the hanyInuyasha and the first son to the Inu no Taish , their father. Unlike many other y kai, he had no interest in possessing even one shard of the Shikon no Tama to enhance his powers. On his journey, he was accompanied by a two-headed dragon named A-Un, a demon imp named Jaken, and an orphaned human girl named Rin.

Sessh maru, dissatisfied with his sword Tenseiga, wishes to have the old, absent-minded sword smith T t sai make him a new one. The unwilling T t sai has Inuyasha defend him, causing the brothers to fight. T t sai reveals the heritage of Sessh maru's sword before creating a diversion to allow Inuyasha and the rest of his companions to escape. Soon after leaving Inuyasha and his companions, T t sai is attacked by Sessh maru. Once again, Inuyasha battles his brother as T t sai's protector, but must now face Sessh maru's newest defense: a dragon's arm. As Inuyasha and Sessh maru continue to duel for possession of Tessaiga, both brothers discover the unexpected power of their respective inheritances, as Inuyasha discovers the true power of his sword, and Sessh maru, who called his sword useless, is saved by his father's heirloom. After the fight, an injured Sessh maru is helped by the orphan Rin, whom he was originally going to leave dead but revives with the Tenseiga after she is killed by K ga's wolves because it pulsed. He then sets off and Rin follows him, becoming his companion.


Ranma 1/2

Back in the day, we had to pay $30 for two 'tv episodes' if we wanted to watch Japanimation on VHS. Kids now-a-days . oh. They got their fireballs and school kids, and they are buying like 13 episodes long anime series for that price. Well, Ranma 1/2 is one of those shows that never aired on North American Television. That's right, not even on everyones beloved Toonami, and with good reason. Every time Ranma Saotome is splashed with cold water, 'he becomes a she.' Hot water reverses it, and he's not the only aquatic shape-shifter in the bunch. His father's a Panda, his rival's a pig, a girl who wants to kill his girl side is a cat, and the guy who loves her is a duck! And that's not even quite all of them!



It might have aired on an international channel. In Spanish. I'm not willing to rule that one out.

Sunday, January 5, 2014

Kikyo

This watercolor painting (with pencil showing through) I created mostly while I was down with a pretty gross cold. I had this image in my mind of the character Kikyo from the anime Inuyasha and was really surprised to find it's actually a pretty unique approach to representing her character (although the pose she's in with those snake-creature things is a well-known one). So I was committed to realizing my idea as well as I could.

The lineart took me forever to get just right - I'm grateful my sister Alicia can't help but be honest when she gives feedback, it helped me notice and fix a couple of issues. I plan to sell this as a print at Sakura Con - but I don't expect it to sell well, as it's a less popular (love-her-or-hate-her) character from an old anime series. But honestly this piece was more for me. I had a strong idea and I wanted to follow it through and I'm really happy with the result :-D


Thursday, January 2, 2014

Wreck It Ralph: Snow Accidents and a long lost Mother!!

Well, more and more snow came on coming, and there was lots of work to do. In the video game of "The Simpsons", Homer and his friend Barney do snow clearing business. They like it that way in their game. The only train engines that were out there clearing were Thomas, Rusty, Gordon with a snow clearing machine, Henry taking on cargo and goods, while the twin engines, Donald and Douglas were clearing too! Peter Sam and Duncan were at the old incline mine were Peter Sam and the trucks killed Zane there as they set up explosives. After big explosions, the incline mine was no more as they took apart the tracks. No more other lines!



While Thomas was pretty busy, he found out that Percy was stuck.

Reliving the childhood

Hello readers! For the past few days, I have been reliving my childhood by watching anime shows. I always watched a whole bunch like Sailor Moon, Hamtaro, Escaflowne (I think that's how its spelt..), InuYasha and the one im currently reliving is Cardcaptors. Does anyone else remember Cardcaptors?! I was/am a HUUUUGE fan of that show. Okay?! Like I remember it would come on daily long time ago and then when the series has liked reached its finale, it wasn't showing the episodes as much but then one day when I was like maybe 8? or 7, I woke up really early and I couldn't fall back to bed so I went into the living room and tried to find something that was on at 5:00am and BAM Cardcaptors was on and I was like ".....NO O.O". I tried to make it a mission to wake up early but it wasn't happening for the longest time so I just watched it when I could. But with todays technology, I can now relive my favourite shows on my iPhone and laptop. XD My question for you is: what were your favourite shows when you were growing up? Remember to follow me on Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr! Instagram: mariajosemartiniTwitter: @MariajoseRead22Tumblr: mariajosemartini.tumblr.com Take care and be safe!
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Wednesday, January 1, 2014

InuYasha Subtitle Indonesia Mp4

INUYASHA (?), ALSO KNOWN AS INUYASHA: FEUDAL FAIRY TALE (SENGOKU OTOGIZ SHI INUYASHA?), IS A JAPANESE MANGA SERIES WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY RUMIKO TAKAHASHI. IT PREMIERED IN WEEKLY SH NEN SUNDAY ON NOVEMBER 13, 1996 AND CONCLUDED ON JUNE 18, 2008, AND WAS COLLECTED INTO 56 TANK BON VOLUMES. THE SERIES FOLLOWS THE HALF DEMON, INUYASHA, AND A 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL FROM TOKYO, KAGOME HIGURASHI, WHO IS TRANSPORTED TO THE SENGOKU PERIOD AFTER FALLING INTO A WELL IN HER FAMILY SHRINE, WHERE SHE MEETS INUYASHA. WHEN A MONSTER FROM THAT ERA TRIES TO TAKE THE MAGICAL JEWEL OF FOUR SOULS EMBODIED IN KAGOME, SHE ACCIDENTALLY SHATTERS THE JEWEL INTO MANY PIECES THAT ARE DISPERSED ACROSS JAPAN. INUYASHA AND KAGOME START TRAVELING TO RECOVER IT BEFORE THE POWERFUL DEMON NARAKU FINDS ALL THE SHARDS. INUYASHA AND KAGOME GAIN SEVERAL ALLIES DURING THEIR JOURNEY NAMELY SHIPPO, MIROKU, AND SANGO. IN CONTRAST TO THE TYPICALLY COMEDIC NATURE OF MANY OF TAKAHASHI'S PREVIOUS WORK, INUYASHA DEALS WITH DARKER SUBJECT MATTER, USING THE SETTING OF THE SENGOKU PERIOD TO EASILY DISPLAY THE VIOLENT CONTENT.It was adapted into two anime television series produced by Sunrise. The first was broadcast for 167 episodes on Yomiuri TV in Japan from October 16, 2000 until September 13, 2004 and was directed by Masashi Ikeda for the first forty-four episodes and by Yasunao Aoki for the remainder. The second series, called InuYasha: The Final Act, began airing October 3, 2009 to cover the rest of the manga series and ended on March 29, 2010. Four feature films and five original video animations have also been released. Other merchandise include video games and a light novel. Viz Media licensed the manga, the two anime series, and movies for North America.

Judul : InuyashaSubtitle : IndonesiaFormat : Mp4 - 3gp [320p]Size : 26 Mb~33 MbSumber/Subtitle Indonesia By : K-A-M-I FansubConvert/Upload : Uchiha Dedi Saputra
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Inuyasha Final Arc Episode 1-3 Subtitle Indonesia Mp4 3gp

THE EPISODES OF THE JAPANESE ANIME SERIES INUYASHA KANKETSU-HEN (THE FINAL ACT) ARE BASED ON THE LAST 21 VOLUMES OF THE MANGA SERIES OF THE SAME TITLE BY RUMIKO TAKAHASHI, CONTINUING WHERE THE FIRST ADAPTATION LEFT OFF. THE SERIES FOLLOWS THE HALF-DEMON INUYASHA, THE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT KAGOME HIGURASHI AND THEIR COMPANIONS MIROKU, SANGO, SHIPPO AND KIRARA AS THEY SEARCH FOR THE FINAL FRAGMENTS OF THE SHATTERED SACRED SHIKON JEWEL AND APPROACH THEIR FINAL BATTLE WITH NARAKU. VIZ MEDIA LICENSED THE SERIES AS INUYASHA: THE FINAL ACT. IT WAS RELEASED IN ANIMAX ASIA AND ANIMAX INDIA. THE ORIGINAL STAFF AND CAST FROM THE FIRST INUYASHA ANIME ADAPTATION WERE BROUGHT BACK TOGETHER FOR THE NEW SERIES. THE SERIES PREMIERED ON YOMIURI TV ON OCTOBER 3, 2009 WHERE IT RAN FOR TWENTY-SIX EPISODES, CONCLUDING ON MARCH 29, 2010.VIZ MEDIA LICENSED THE NEW ADAPTATION BEFORE IT PREMIERED AND AIRED ITS ENGLISH SUBTITLED VERSION ONLINE THROUGH HULU, RELEASING EPISODES WITHIN A DAY OF THEIR ORIGINAL JAPANESE AIR DATES. AS OF APRIL 14, THE ENTIRE SERIES REMAINS AVAILABLE FOR FREE ON HULU IN THE UNITED STATES.[1] AS OF EPISODE 14, THE ENGLISH EPISODE AIRED FIRST.[1][2] ANIMAX ASIA AIRED THE SERIES WITH THEIR OWN ENGLISH SUBTITLES, ON ITS TELEVISION STATIONS AND ITS ONLINE VIDEO SERVICE.[3]Voice actress Kelly Sheridan was the first to announce through her Facebook fan page on May 11, 2010 that work on the English dub for The Final Act had begun.[4] Kira Tozer replaced Moneca Stori as Kagome Higurashi and Michael Daingerfield voiced Sesshomaru in the place of David Kaye. Kirby Morrow, the voice of Miroku said on VoicePrint with Trevor Devall and guests that Michael Daingerfield was able to mimic David Kaye near perfectly.[5] On December 17, 2010, Paul Dobson announced on a podcast episode of VoicePrint with Trevor Devall and guests that he would be going back to the Ocean Group studio for his final recording session of InuYasha: The Final Act on December 23, 2010.[6] Viz Media released InuYasha: The Final Act set 1 on Blu-ray and DVD on November 20, 2012 and set 2 was released February 12.[1][7]The English dub, InuYasha: The Final Act, began broadcasting in the United States and Canada on Viz Media's online network, Neon Alley, on October 2, 2012.[8] Currently, there is no confirmation that the continuing series' English dub will be aired on American broadcast cable. On May 21, 2012 Jason DeMarco (the former producer of Toonami and current vice president of strategic marketing for Cartoon Network and Adult Swim) had said that they had discussed airing it on Adult Swim's newly resurrected Toonami block.[9][10]Four pieces of theme music were used, one opening and three endings. "Kimi ga Inai Mirai" by Do As Infinity was the opening theme song for the series, used throughout the series.[11] "With You" by AAA was the first ending from episode one to nine.[11] The second ending was "Diamond" by Alan from episode ten to seventeen.[12] The third and final ending theme was "T i Michi no Saki de" (?, "The Long Road Ahead") by Ai Takekawa from episode eighteen to twenty-six.

Judul : Inuyasha Final ArcEpisode : 1-26Format : 3gp [320p ~ HP]Subtitle : IndonesiaSumber/Subtitle By : Mugiwara FansubConvert/Upload : Uchiha Dedi SaputraLink : Sendspace [SS] - UppiT [UP] - MirrorCreator [MC]Size : 23 Mb ~ 33 Mb
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