Kagome is a 15-year old Japanese school girl who discovers a secret well at a Shinto shrine that transports her back 500 years to a feudal Japan filled with demons, goblins, and magic. Kagome discovers she is the reincarnation of a powerful priestess, Kikyo, the keeper of a magical jewel known as the Shikon. When the jewel is shattered into a million pieces, Kagome must team with the half-demon InuYasha and travel the world collecting the shards and, invariably, facing evil and bizarre demonic creatures. This long-running and widely popular series is from Rumiko Takahashi, the millionaire manga creator of the surreal RANMA 1/2 and URUSEI YATSURA. More recently it has begun airing on the Cartoon Network and gathering a rabid American fan-base. In Volume 43. Kagome returns to present-day Tokyo for a much-needed rest, but things turn hectic when she discovers that the dried fruit she brought back for her grandfather is actually a dried-out demon.
Pros: Inuyasha barking. Cons: Don't you know? The Bottom Line: Eww...who eats dried demon? That can't be good for you. Plot Details: This opinion reveals minor details about the movie's plot. Still waiting for Epinions to add the other volumes and by the looks of it, this will be the last Inuyasha review for a while until more come up since I'm basically all nice and caught up. Until then Inuyasha fans! … more