InuYasha Ani-Manga, Vol. 1

InuYasha Ani-Manga, Vol. 1

Rumiko Takahashi / Jan 23, 2020

InuYasha Ani Manga Vol Inu Yasha Visual Manga Volume covers the events of the first three exciting episodes of the TV and video series using actual full color film frames to narrate the story High school coed Kagome li

  • Title: InuYasha Ani-Manga, Vol. 1
  • Author: Rumiko Takahashi
  • ISBN: 9781591162025
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Paperback
  • Inu Yasha Visual Manga, Volume 1 covers the events of the first three exciting episodes of the TV and video series, using actual, full color film frames to narrate the story High school coed Kagome lives with legends a legendary tree, a legendary well, and a legendary fortune teller grandfather When her little brother goes into the shrine that houses the well, Kagome gInu Yasha Visual Manga, Volume 1 covers the events of the first three exciting episodes of the TV and video series, using actual, full color film frames to narrate the story High school coed Kagome lives with legends a legendary tree, a legendary well, and a legendary fortune teller grandfather When her little brother goes into the shrine that houses the well, Kagome goes in to stop him from playing in dangerous places Suddenly a demon appears and drags her into the well and out the other side into a legend Rumiko Takahasi s vibrant tableaux of feudal Japan is filled with magic, demons, and a half dog demon boy who is thrown together with the spirited, modern girl, Kagome, on an epic quest This is where legends begin.

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      • Rumiko Takahashi

        Rumiko Takahashi was born in Niigata, Japan She is not only one of the richest women in Japan but also one of the top paid manga artists She is also the most successful female comic artist in history She has been writing manga non stop for 31 years.Rumiko Takahashi is one of the wealthiest women in Japan The manga she creates and its anime adaptations are very popular in the United States and Europe where they have been released as both manga and anime in English translation Her works are relatively famous worldwide, and many of her series were some of the forerunners of early English language manga to be released in the nineties Takahashi is also the best selling female comics artist in history well over 100 million copies of her various works have been sold.Though she was said to occasionally doodle in the margins of her papers while attending Niigata Ch High School, Takahashi s interest in manga did not come until later During her college years, she enrolled in Gekiga Sonjuku, a manga school founded by Kazuo Koike, mangaka of Crying Freeman and Lone Wolf and Cub Under his guidance Rumiko Takahashi began to publish her first doujinshi creations in 1975, such as Bye Bye Road and Star of Futile Dust Kozue Koike often urged his students to create well thought out, interesting characters, and this influence would greatly impact Rumiko Takahashi s works throughout her career.Career and major works Takahashi s professional career began in 1978 Her first published story was Those Selfish Aliens, a comedic science fiction story During the same year, she published Time Warp Trouble, Shake Your Buddha, and the Golden Gods of Poverty in Sh nen Sunday, which would remain the home to most of her major works for the next twenty years Later that year, Rumiko attempted her first full length series, Urusei Yatsura Though it had a rocky start due to publishing difficulties, Urusei Yatsura would become one of the most beloved anime and manga comedies in Japan.In 1980, Rumiko Takahashi found her niche and began to publish with regularity At this time she started her second major series, Maison Ikkoku, in Big Comic Spirits Written for an older audience, Maison Ikkoku is often considered to be one of the all time best romance manga Takahashi managed to work on Maison Ikkoku on and off simultaneously with Urusei Yatsura She concluded both series in 1987, with Urusei Yatsura ending at 34 volumes, and Maison Ikkoku being 15.During the 1980s, Takahashi became a prolific writer of short story manga, which is surprising considering the massive lengths of most of her works Her stories The Laughing Target, Maris the Chojo, and Fire Tripper all were adapted into original video animations OVAs In 1984, after the end of Urusei Yatsura and Maison Ikkoku, Takahashi took a different approach to storytelling and began the dark, macabre Mermaid Saga This series of short segments was published sporadically until 1994, with the final story being Mermaid s Mask Many fans contend that this work remains unfinished by Takahashi, since the final story does not end on a conclusive note.Another short work left untouched is One Pound Gospel, which, like Mermaid Saga, was published erratically The last story to be drawn was published in 2001, however just recently she wrote one final chapter concluding the seriesLater in 1987, Takahashi began her third major series, Ranma Following the late 80s and early 90s trend of sh nen martial arts manga, Ranma features a gender bending twist The series continued for nearly a decade until 1996, when it ended at 38 volumes Ranma is one of Rumiko Takahashi s most popular series with the Western world.During the later half of the 1990s, Rumiko Takahashi continued with short stories and her installments of Mermaid Saga and One Pound Gospel until beginning her fourth major work, InuYasha While Ran


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    1. This is so hilarious because f this half demon which is half wolf and half human who is looking for the sacred jewel. He fights other people for the shattered pieces Read this anime adventurous book


    2. Ah, boy, had I fallen in love with this series when I first read the first dozen chapters. I was left practically speechless with the amount of details, fast pace and lovable characters. I used to consider this series the best fantasy/adventure manga of all times. But the magic didn’t last for as long as I thought and now I have very little respect for itT SECTION: 7 [Doggy ears… I want to touch them…]Visually, the series is very good. The continual switch from daily life of modern times t [...]


    3. InuYasha and Kagome meet Takeda Nobunaga on his way to rescue Princess Tsuyu, whose husband's soldiers have been kidnapping young women. InuYasha and Kagome kill the demon and recover its jewel shard, liberating the women from the eggs. In the modern times, a woman approaches the Higurashi shrine to have a flesh-eating Noh mask exorcised, but the mask escapes and takes over her body. Because the mask's body is disintegrating, it tries to compensate by eating more and more people. When the mask a [...]


    4. What first drew me to this series was the romantic historical aspect. I loved how a modern day girl gets pulled back into the past. I don't know what it is about those stories that attract me so much, maybe it is the difficulty for the girl of fitting in and having to rely on the guy so much to be able to get along in the world.I also really liked the group aspect to this series and the corresponding relationships that affect each of the characters.I would really recommend this series to fans of [...]


    5. I loved this version of Inuyasha so much! I liked how it was in color and the Japanese names for the weapons and other creatures, or whoever, were the actual names. They weren't 'Americanized' if you know what I meanPlus, I love Inuyasha all together so it goes along pretty well with the TV show.


    6. I loved the love story between InuYasha and Kagoma, and I also loved all the battles they went through. But after awhile it got kinda boring, it was just the same thing over and over agian.


    7. I'm not gonna add every single Inu Yasha book cuz there's a lot. I think there's over 50 or so. I've read the whole series and it was amazing (:




    8. There are no words to describe Inuyasha. Well, maybe there are. This is definitely an interesting, supernatural-themed manga.


    9. I absolutely love Inuyasha and I can remember many years ago, my late night ritual of staying up in order to watch the television show. Reading this ani-manga brings back those memories, especially since all the images are taken from the television show itself. I honestly can't say anything bad about Inuyasha, except that I'm sad to see that they do not print the ani-manga volumes anymore.


    10. Inuyasha is a good ani-manga because it has alot of love and romance and fighting to get back the diamonds they lost in battle. Inuyasha gets help from a girl named Kagome to get it back.





    11. I read this back when I was in the 8th grade. It was actually really good, and I've read it over and over since then. I had borrowed it from a friend and it was the first Manga I've ever read at this point. So I didn't really have anything to compare it to but I liked it.This Manga was the start of a weird obsession for me. I wanted to read any and all Manga I could get my hands on. I owe my love of Manga to this one book.


    12. I think that InuYasha Ani-Manga #1 by Rumiko Takahashi was really funny. I liked watching the anime for it as well as reading it. I find InuYasha really funny and I would recommend this to people of all ages 9 or above. I really hope that everyone else who reads or watches it loves it as much as I did. I can't wait to read the other Volumes!


    13. An interesting concept, but Inuyasha being the villain took me a little off guard as I wasn't expecting that. Sure, he's currently helping the hero in this tome, but it doesn't excuse his position or previous deeds. [return][return]Maybe it would make more sense if I watched the series.


    14. Picked this up at the library not realizing it was the ani-manga. WHY DID THEY MAKE THIS? Rumiko Takakashi's original style is much more gorgeous that anime frames. Oh well. Now I know to check to make sure it's actually the manga, I suppose


    15. I think there may be a good plot line in here somewhere, but otherwise this story is ridiculous. A complete waste of time. The "art" is just stills from tv.






    16. hmmm i don't know how rumiko could attract readers when his drawings are average. the story was interesting then ^^




    17. Totally one of the best manga and anime ever that I'm sad to see it end Nonetheless, this will always be my favourite manga!!!


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