Inu Yasha: The Final Act coming to DVD and BD in November

Sep 29 // Kristina Pino    @kriskitten

And now I'm all full of nostalgia feelings

Inu Yasha: The Final Act, the long-awaited conclusion of the epic Inu Yasha series which went on and on... forever... is slated to be immortalized in DVD and Blu-ray with dubs this coming November, according to this article by Crunchyroll following an announcement by Viz.

If buying DVDs and BDs isn't for you though, you'll have the option of using Viz's Neon Alley subscription service (Sal reported the cost would be US$6.99 per month) to watch it along with myriad other show beginning this October. 

Crunchyroll went ahead and posted the actual dubbed preview video for Inu Yasha: The Final Act which I have dropped in below the jump for your viewing pleasure. It's a silly trailer, really, in which we see that Kagome is suffering in school (as always), Inu Yasha is up to something that annoys her (again, as always) and she gives him the golden command: Sit, dog!

I haven't watched any Inu Yasha in a long, long, time. In fact, I have only ever watched it when it used to air on TV, and I got quite far into the series, but then when things became draggy and repetitive, I stopped. Now, I've heard very good things about The Final Act (see Lifesong's verdict here - from early 2011), despite the fact that I was already able to identify the antics in the trailer as more of the same. And of course, it's always good news when a product becomes available for folks who enjoy dubs over subs.

So, all that being said, I can say I'm pretty excited about this news. Are you? Again, remember: the video is below the jump. Make sure you check it out!


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