July 2, 2003: This site will be going down by the end of the month. I no longer have the time or interest to run it, and let's face it; a good amout of what I know about Inuyasha (especially new info) comes from other sites who have many more resources than me, such as the original manga installments straight from Japan and translating skills. There is by FAR better Inuyasha sites out there than my meek one, and updated more often. And there are so many Inuyasha sites out there anyway! So, take what you want from my site; I don't care, take whatever! It'll all be gone by the end of the month. It's a little sad for me since this is my first site to ever close, but I've seen it coming for a long time. Bye and have fun looting! LOL
Welcome to Tamashii no Chikara, an Inuyasha Site!
Inuyasha is a wonderful anime and manga by my favorite manga artist, Rumiko Takahashi. This is her most recent series. At the present date, Inuyasha has to be my favorite anime and manga! So take a spin around my small site, and enjoy!
WATCH OUT FOR SCHEDULE CHANGES ON CARTOON NETWORK! Make sure you catch Inuyasha on Cartoon Network, now on more often and on weekdays! Check your Cartoon Network listings!
IT'S ABOUT FREAKIN' TIME!
It looks like Viz, (the company with the rights to Inuyasha in making the English translations and dubbing) if finally updating their freakin' section on Inuyasha! It's about time, especially since the anime started, and their section still only had info on the manga. I'll be glad to see the improvements, which is also happening in their other sections, such as Ranma 1/2 and etc.
WOO-HOO, YAY, AND A FEW KA-BANGS! YAY! Inuyasha will be aired on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim at 11 p.m. (e/p; 10 p.m. for us in the middle of the country) starting August 31st every Saturday night! It's as soon as we hoped! YAAAAAYYYYY!!!! I know many of you are not looking forward to the dub (can't blame you), but I'm going to be as unbiased as possible, even though I've seen pretty much episodes 1-36 already in Japanese. I know the English version will pale in comparison acting wise to the Japanese, but I'll give the dub a chance. Just think of this as a chance to expose Inuyasha to the U.S. a little bit more. Hopefully the acting won't be too bad (if you want truly horrible acting, watch the Sonic the Hedgehog anime movie in English). Adult Swim's Inuyasha site.