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Old 2004-02-28, 22:24   Link #21
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Well if the anime does catch up to the manga then they'll most likly do what they do in America, show reruns. They'll probably go through the whole series again showing it 5 times a week and then on a weekend they'll show a new ep. That way the people who didn't see the beginning can watch it from the start and others can still see new eps.
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Old 2004-02-28, 22:48   Link #22
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As far as i know japanese television doesn't do that. Most likly they will start putting in filler sagas similar to the christian arc in RK.
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Old 2004-02-29, 02:53   Link #23
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Location: Canada, eh?
japan doesn't do reruns while a show is still running. they either make filler or recap eps (that's why you never see that sort of thing over here). They'll only rerun a series usually sometime later on in the future once a series has been finished for quite sometime.
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Old 2004-02-29, 04:21   Link #24
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Well, at least Inuyasha is going back to the manga now. I'm very grateful for that, at least...
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Old 2004-02-29, 15:08   Link #25
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Well, at least Inuyasha is going back to the manga now. I'm very grateful for that, at least...
really? i didn't think the manga was that good
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Old 2004-02-29, 15:55   Link #26
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The manga... meaning that it isn't with the annoying fillers anymore. So... manga = actual STORY!!!
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Old 2004-02-29, 18:28   Link #27
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Old 2004-03-02, 22:56   Link #28
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wow some people have already watched over 100 ep. of inu yasha i would like to. I'm just following along with that YTV channel of mine that only airs two epi. a week-only on fridays.
So long! i wish they could air more.
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Old 2004-03-02, 23:55   Link #29
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wow some people have already watched over 100 ep. of inu yasha i would like to. I'm just following along with that YTV channel of mine that only airs two epi. a week-only on fridays.
So long! i wish they could air more.
Heh, too bad you live in Canada I believe Cartoon Network in the states airs Inuyasha on weekdays except fridays.
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Old 2004-03-03, 09:33   Link #30
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Doesn't YTV air episodes of Inuyasha in Canada.
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Old 2004-03-03, 10:10   Link #31
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Doesn't YTV air episodes of Inuyasha in Canada.
Yes... as he said...

Two episodes a week, back to back on Friday night...

We're in the 40s or something right now.
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Old 2004-03-03, 11:00   Link #32
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In Canada it's possible to get Cartoon Network...

If your willing to have your cable bill doubled then pay subscriptions
fees on top of that. Atleast, that's how it is with Shaw Cable.
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Old 2004-03-03, 16:10   Link #33
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I actully enjoy inuyasha for the chars, more than the plot. The plot, however great and narrowminded the thought of revenge could be captivateing. The story seems to focus more on character interaction to me and relational developments, more than the plot at hand. ( one could say its just like a porn film blanketed with a plot :P )

I enjoy the chars tho. And their adventures. It doesent really matter to me if naraku ever gets killed by inuyasha or by a bad deal of constipation.
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Old 2004-03-03, 17:45   Link #34
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In Canada it's possible to get Cartoon Network...

If your willing to have your cable bill doubled then pay subscriptions
fees on top of that. Atleast, that's how it is with Shaw Cable.
haha i'm using quite a unreliable source-sometimes-roger cable in canada and no my dad is not even interested in the tv. i'm lucky to already have what i have. He would never pay extra money for a channel he is not even interested in.
I don't even know what epi we are on. Just watching it ever Fri is good enough! I have a friend who is buying every single release of inu yasha and he is in the two hundreds as he has said.
Lucky states then!
What are 'chars' you mean the characters?
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Old 2004-03-03, 17:54   Link #35
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Location: Canada, eh?
He couldn't be in the two hundreds, since Inu-Yasha hasn't gotten to ep 150 yet. Your friend doesn't know what he's talking about. =p
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Old 2004-03-03, 18:02   Link #36
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ya i wasn't believing him when he was saying that but are i know he must be in the hundreds at least. Is it a waste of money buying such long series?
i heard some people collect pokemon ....for change but lets not get off topic.
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Old 2004-03-03, 18:08   Link #37
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haha i'm using quite a unreliable source-sometimes-roger cable in canada and no my dad is not even interested in the tv. i'm lucky to already have what i have. He would never pay extra money for a channel he is not even interested in.
I don't even know what epi we are on. Just watching it ever Fri is good enough! I have a friend who is buying every single release of inu yasha and he is in the two hundreds as he has said.
Lucky states then!
What are 'chars' you mean the characters?
Even if you get your cable through Rogers your still at Shaw's mercy.
Inu Yasha airs on YTV, YTV is owned by Shaw.
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Old 2004-03-13, 15:47   Link #38
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Question inu-yasha and seshomaru

here's something I can never get my head around, inu-yasha is half dog-demon and half human, but seshomaru is fully dog-demon, how did that happen?
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Old 2004-03-13, 15:54   Link #39
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They are half brothers. Inuyasha's mother is human, and Sesshomaru's isn't. I don't think they ever mention anything about Sesshomaru's mother.
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Old 2004-03-13, 16:00   Link #40
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that makes sense, thanks
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