Posted by: Shinrin | 07/25/2009

InuYasha: Kanketsu-hen new anime

It’s now confirmed that InuYasha: Kenketsu-hen anime series will continue where it left off starting from episode 167 in October 2009. It’s going to air on the same channel, same time slot & same seiryu. Here is the confirmed news quoted from Anime News Network:
Inuyasha’s Final Chapters Get TV Anime Green-Lit (Updated)
posted on 2009-07-16 01:45 EDT
Inuyasha Kanketsu-hen to air on Japan’s YTV this fall
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This year’s 34th issue of Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine will announce next Wednesday that an Inuyasha Kanketsu-hen (Inuyasha Final Chapter) television adaptation of Rumiko Takahashi’s manga has been green-lit. The anime will broadcast on Japan’s YTV this  fall and cover the story in volumes 36 to 56 of the manga the final 21 compiled book volumes. The original staff and cast will reunite for the new anime adaptation. Shonen Sunday had promised earlier this month that it will be including a special news announcement about Inuyasha in issue #34. Takahashi had ended the Inuyasha manga in the same magazine last June. She has been serializing a new manga called RIN-NE (Kyôkai no Rinne) in the magazine as well as on TheRumicWorld. com website for North America readers since April 22. Viz Media has been releasing the Inuyasha manga in North America, and it has also released the original 2000-2004 television anime adaptation.

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  2. Viz Adds Inuyasha the Final Act, Kekkaishi Anime (Updated)

    The North American anime distributor Viz Media has announced at its second Saturday panel at Comic-Con International that it has acquired the upcoming Inuyasha: The Final Act (Inuyasha Kanketsu-hen) anime series and the Kekkaishi anime series. Inuyasha: The Final Act continues beyond where the first anime series ended and adapts the story from the final 21 compiled book volumes of Rumiko Takahashi’s original manga. It will premiere in Japan this fall. The panelists screened a trailer from the 2006-2008 anime adaptation of Yellow Tanabe’s Kekkaishi supernatural action manga.Viz will release the first print volume of Takahashi’s RIN-NE manga in October, after having already posted the manga online.

    Source:

    http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2009-07-24/viz-adds-inuyasha-final-act-kekkaishi-anime

  3. Cool, thanks for the info. I’m glad Viz is picking up Kekkaishi as well (I was getting tired of the fan-subs).

  4. i was always wondering when they would finished the series. just about a few weeks ago i have found out that there is going to be a new inuyasha season coming out and im so excited but i have a few questions… when is going to come out in english? or is it going to be in english when it come out in october?

  5. It’s going to be a long while before the new InuYasha is English-dubbed. Viz has to wait for Sunrise- the Japanese company that licensed the anime, to air the series in October. When there are enough episodes, Viz will have them dubbed.

  6. I have been a huge lover of inuyasha for a while now and I saw a small bit of inuyasha and the dragon scaled tetsaiga on todou.com and i have to say that i really can’t wait for those new episodes to come out. what i have seen so far is just awesome!!

  7. “Animax to run 26-episode anime sequel within 1 week of Japanese premiere

    The television channel Animax has announced that it will premiere the 26-episode Inuyasha: The Final Act anime series across Asia on October 10 — one week after the Japanese premiere on October 3. Southeast Asia, the Philippines, and South Asia will premiere the anime on that day at 8:00 p.m., while WIB will start the anime at 7:00 p.m. Hong Kong will run the series at 7:30 p.m., and Taiwan will debut it at 11:30 p.m.

    Inuyasha: The Final Act continues beyond where the first anime series ended and adapts the story from the final 21 compiled book volumes of Rumiko Takahashi’s original manga. (Takahashi had ended the manga in the Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine in June of 2008.) The original staff and cast will reunite for the new anime adaptation, and the musical acts Do as Infinity and AAA will perform the “Kimi ga Inai Mirai” (“A Future Without You”) opening theme song and the “With you” ending theme song, respectively. The North American distributor Viz Media announced at Comic-Con International in July that it acquired the rights to Inuyasha: The Final Act. ”

    It´s a petty to have only 26 episodes. I Hope they make some more.

    regards 😉

  8. Wow, thanks alot for the info!
    Great news, but only 26 episodes? I wonder how much of the manga they’ll cut out? I hope the great character development seen in the manga will hold true in the anime release. Well, I’m just happy that the producers are going to complete the series! ^_^

  9. I am sooo excited, I cant wait till they put Inuyasha in english I have been waiting 5 years for this to finally come. I to hope that there are more then 26 episodes. I wonder how long it will be before its in english in america. I hope it wont be to long. Inyusha rocks.

  10. oops missed spelled Inuyasha . XD


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