Inu Yasha 1: Down The Well

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Inu Yasha is the animated adventure series about a modern-day schoolgirl who falls down a well into ancient times and befriends a dog demon. This volume contains the first three episodes, with dialogue available in an English dub or in the original Japanese with English subtitles. Extra features include a line art gallery, cast lists, alternate endings and openings, promotional material, and TV spots from Japan.
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Inu Yasha is the animated adventure series about a modern-day schoolgirl who falls down a well into ancient times and befriends a dog demon. This volume contains the first three episodes, with dialogue available in an English dub or in the original Japanese with English subtitles. Extra features include a line art gallery, cast lists, alternate endings and openings, promotional material, and TV spots from Japan.
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Line art gallery; Promotional videos
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When unassuming 15-year-old Kagome Higurashi is pulled down a well by a centipede demon, she finds herself transported from the present day back to Japan's ancient warring past, an era of bloodshed as much as of mythic creatures and magic spells. Such is the basic setup for Rumiko Takahashi's Inu Yasha, the animated series that found its way to the States in 2002 and 2003 via Cartoon Network. Like other works by Takahashi, such as Mermaid's Scar and Ranma 1/2, an initially simple premise leads to a complicated scenario rich in characterization. After arriving in the past, Kagome frees a half-human, half-canine demon named Inu Yasha from a 50-year spell that has imprisoned him to a tree. So far, so good. But it turns out that Kagome is the reincarnation of the priestess meant to slay him, a situation that renders their new relationship quite rocky. Nevertheless, the pair form a truce and begin a quest to recover the Jewel of the Four Souls, a powerful item that everyone wants to get their hands on: Inu Yasha wants the jewel to become a full demon. Kagome, partially responsible for shattering the jewel, wants to set everything right again. Together they'll have to face innumerable other demons and schemers intent on garnering the jewel's power for their own. A unique work of historical fantasy laced with elements of horror and romance, Inu Yasha is sure to please anime fans looking for a journey far off the beaten path. This first DVD volume contains the series' first three episodes, "The Girl Who Overcame Time...and the Boy Who Was Just Overcome," "Seekers of the Sacred Jewel," and "Down the Rabbit Hole and Back Again." Volk Lindsay
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/5/2002
  • UPC: 782009096092
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  • Source: Viz Media
  • Region Code: 1
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Time: 1:15:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening [1:35]
2. Part A [13:31]
3. Part B [7:02]
4. Ending [1:35]
5. Preview [:29]
1. Opening [1:35]
2. Part A [15:52]
3. Part B [4:41]
4. Ending [1:35]
5. Preview [:29]
1. Opening [1:35]
2. Part A [11:47]
3. Part B [8:46]
4. Ending [1:35]
5. Preview [:41]
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Side #1 --
   Play
   Scenes
      Episode 1: The Girl Who Overcame Time...and the Boy Who Was Just Overcome
      Episode 2: Seekers of the Sacred Jewel
      Episode 3: Down the Rabbit Hole and Back Again
   Set Up
      Japanese Language
      English Language
      English Subtitles On
      English Subtitles Off
   Extras
      Cast List
      Line Art
      English Promo
      Japanese Promos
      Textless Opening
      Textless Ending
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Great Show!

    I have to admit that I have never really seen myself as an anime fan, but this show changed my mind. I saw a few episodes on Adult Swim and got hooked, and now the more I watch, the more I love it! A great mix of humor, adventure, and romance with characters that make you care about them. I only wish they made more seasons!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Loved, In its own way

    InuYasha is the Best Anime I have ever seen. Infact, its what got me into anime. I love it to death. Its the best Anime or TV show for that matter. Period. I don't think I need to say anymore. I could go on and on. But thats going to do it. Just to remind you INUYASHA ROCKS!! ^_^

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    an awesome read-a-ma-bobber

    This is one of the best anime/manga choices. i love the story and rumiko takahashi's characters bring the magic to the series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    InuYasha Rocks!!!!

    I think Inuyasha is one of the best Anime/Mangas I have seen and trust me I've seen ALOT!!! I just love that show and I can't wait to get the next ones to come out. My favorite episode is ''The Mystery of the New Moon and the Black-Haired Inuyasha'' it rocks! That's all for now see yeah! And if you go on neopets neomail me at Crystal_Dragon96. PS I hate Kikyo she is evil!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Go Inu-yasha!!

    One of the best anime titles i have ever seen!(and i have seen a lot of them). If you want to just have a gogd time watching a comedy and action anime pick this one up.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    InuYasha Rocks!!

    InuYasha is one for the only anime cartoons that I really enjoy watching. It has all of the right elements needed for a great anime cartoon.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    IY rules!!!!!!!!!!

    InuYasha is one of my favorite animes of all time. I reccommend it for viewers of all ages (or, at least above 10).

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    GREAT ANIME

    First off i want to declare that i am not a big anime fan, I only like 2 or 3 different animes. However Inuyasha is great. It has action, comedy, and everything else that you can think of. It is worth the money.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Really Great Show

    Inu Yasha is one of the best anime shows I have ever seen and recommend it to anyone. The stories are involved and the characters are endearing. The most enjoyable part of the show is that something happens every episode. There are no long, tedious filler episodes that have no effect on the overall plot. Simply stated, if you like fantasy-like story lines and are a fan of anime, Inu Yasha is a must.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of Takahashi's Best

    When Rumiko Takahashi decided to allow Inu-Yasha, A Feudal Fairy Tale, become a manga here in North America, it was truly a blessing. Now animated by Sunrise, and showing in the USA, Inu-Yasha reflects some of Rumiko Takahashi's best abilities: depicting love, horror, humor and drama all in one... with a little medieval action on the side ;) I suggest it for people new to anime... it's great for all young adults, and occasionally adults of any age.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Truely a Masterpiece

    Inu Yahsa is set in fedual times and is a fedual fairy tale about a half demon named Inu Yahsa which wants nothing more that to be a full demon! Inu Yahsa is Provocative and is a wonderful fairy tale in the making. The animation quality is amazing; as well as the story!

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