The Final Act!

Good morning Leaguers, Inuyasha fans, anime fans, and of course my loyal Painkillers. Thank you all for coming to close out Inuyasha month. I hope that you all enjoyed this, and hopefully we can do something like this again in the future. Right now, it’s time to take care of business, and close this. Let’s look at Inuyasha The Final Act.

So after 163 episodes, and four movies, it is finally time for Inuyasha, Kagome, Miroku, Sango, and Shippo to hunt down, and take out the half demon that has caused them pain and suffering since the start of the show, Naraku. In these 26 episodes, you get to see what happens to all of the repeated characters that you have met throughout the series. Who lives? Who dies? Who gets an happy ending? Who is never the same again? How does the series end in general? You have to find out for yourself by watching this series.

I really did enjoy watching these last episodes, and seeing what happens with everyone. It had a mix of everything. Happiness, sadness, a twist here and there, and finally closure at the end. I did enjoy the ending, but there was something that bugged me a little about the ending, but then again, that could just be me nitpicking. I don’t want to spoil things for anyone that hasn’t seen it yet, but if you have, and possibly know what that thing was, leave a comment down below.

I would like to thank Netflix and Hulu being unofficial sponsors for Inuyasha month. They are not giving us a dime, but at the time I am writing this, you can find all Inuyasha stuff on those two services, and that’s where I have been sending you guys to watch everything. So just to recap, you can watch all four movies on Netflix, and you can watch the 163 episodes, and Final Act on Hulu. This ends Inuyasha month, thank you all once again, and please don’t forget to like and share. Until next time!

 

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