oh god, as soon as inuchan gets back......*hides*
i liked it. but i live in illinois and when i first started watching it, i didnt have anything to compare it to really. but now that i have expanded my anime ..... watching....thingy...
i still like it, just not as much anymore.
of course i do have to give it credit for introducing this past n00b to DAI and this forum....
so really, without it, i wouldnt be your loving adminstrator :wink:
and without Inuyasha, i wouldn't be here either ! :rolling:
EDIT: just read the end spoiler: is it really how it all ends? :buncry: *duh*
("oh god"?? what is sthis suppused to mean ?? :rolling: :devil: )
ah i see this has been well discussed before, but anyway here's my 2 cents ^^
The whole problem with Inuyasha, imo, is that it stretches away the story too much, getting back to old tricks all the time, again and again... (love triangle, shikon shards, unfolding misteries, gags), and the popularity around the series/movies.
the char design is good, as well as the monsters design in the manga (Takahashi Rumiko being a fan of monsters : the inuyasha series is a crossing between her romantic sagas like Maison Ikkoku, gags a la Ranma 1/2 and "Rumic's world", a more gorish, Japanese ghost and monsters based series)
I woudl say that all in all, I like the manga best (no fillers ehehehe :wink: )
I haven't seen enough episodes, nor the ending, to judge it thouroufully....But as my anime knowledge widens, I must admit this is not the best ... I woudl say that a serie like Ranma 1/2, though really old-fashioned, has more fun and imagination inside (the comic situations are so far fectched it becomes tripping and spacey on its onw, and the secondary charachters (Shampoo, Koron, Ryoga, ..) gets even better than the basic plot itself
All in all : Inuyasha is good, but it's better when it stops ^^