|If it tells you anything, that is a guy and he's creepier than Jakotsu. |
I'm going to need brain bleach for this. ><;
|Kagura's creator didn't raise no fool. She knows |
that being 'stoned' is not conducive to wind sorcery.
|Inuyasha on bike repair: EPIC FAILURE.|
|I've heard some stories about folks who moved mountains, |
but I wasn't necessarily expecting a mountain that moved.
"Dearest" for some of the better moments of the show. But I digress, the season was okay, even if it didn't end the series properly.
So where does that leave us in terms of the whole show? Well, overall, I stand on what I said at the beginning, the characters are interesting, the overall story is epic, and even though it succumbs a bit too much to the Siren's songs of filler, creepy gay characters, and narm, and ends at a terrible place (not the ending), I'd still list it as a classic, especially now, since they fixed it by making The Final Act as a coda. It's got some of the most memorable background music ever as I'd recognize it anywhere, and for many viewers, along with shows like Cowboy Bebop, Trigun, and Fullmetal Alchemist, it was their first exposure to more mature titles. It's a must watch, but I caution you in terms of the filler, in that it can be safely ignored, and I encourage ignoring it mostly, in favor of the meat of the show. So, am I ever going to do an extended review again? Well... no. I have learned my lesson. I am never doing this again, ever. If it's longer than three seasons, I'll just say I rolled season one on the D20 and if I happen to find I roll season two later down the road, so be it. Extended shows like this one are ridiculous in this format and take forever. But I don't regret it, and that's the tiger's two cents.
Images taken from Inuyasha.