Just when I thought it was time to close the books on Inuyasha forever, this happens. Why, oh why, do we need to produce a 30-minute OVA/OAD (if you want to use the new lingo) for the series? Was the final chapter truly that momentous that it needs to be summarized and sold en masse to the legions of Inuyasha fans? I mean, it's going to be over a minute per-page at that rate.
The OAV is entitled Kuroi Tessaiga (it translates to "Black iron-crushing fang), and there's no word as to what is even being covered in it. I'm figuring that, like Pringles, they're not going to be able to stop at just one. Another seven years might be on the way, with the anime telling its own original story. I know I'm just pumped for this.
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