View Full Version : Inuyasha Second Series: The Final Act.

05-02-2011, 03:21 PM
I've been a fan of Inuyasha ever since I was little, I loved the series, but there were certain things that always got on my nerves. However, those things solved in the Second Season which, in my opinion, was far better.
The action was more compact, the characters developed more complexity and finally (and unfortunately?) the story finally ended, with an ending which I found very beautiful and suited.
I also think that the Second Season was more touching... I really liked it, I loved how things evolved, I think it was extraordinary, and as always, Sunrise did a very good job.

What do you people think of it? Have you seen it?(I know it's been out for a while now)
If not, it's definitely advisable to do so =D.

05-02-2011, 09:27 PM
Three words for you:


The manga was waaay better then Final Act. Final Act was TOO compact. They fast forwarded, skipped over and fuqed up the time line from the original story really, really badly. The first few episodes alone were like vacuum pack rushed. It sucked. The *only* thing that was any good in it was the very last episode. Other than that-the manga beats out the entire anime-from the first 167 eps to Kanketsuhen (The Final Act). Manga for the win.

05-02-2011, 09:51 PM
TFA surpassed its predecessor (in only around 20 eps.) in terms of the show's substance. well no, rather, it's on par with its predecessor. episodes 1-40 (estimating here.) of the original series were pretty good. The band of Seven episodes were substantially good as well; but in TFA, you met Sesshomaru's mom and there was the bakusaiga; and near the climax, when Naraku had that introspective realization (or should i say that there was a realization made by inu n' friends) about his deeds, that made me empathize with him for the first time . . . oh, and the best (most moving) part of any of the series . . . Kikyo's death.