The setting was interesting and the main cast was quite entertaining. It gives the perfect amount of closure while leaving watchers wanting more. Whatever the case while the ending could have been better, it was still true to life, especially at the point our characters are at, that it isn't conclusive. While they discuss their next move, the terrible gateway between Demon World and Living World opens. Chapter Black went a bit differently then I imagined it, which goes to show being spoiled on the details doesn't mean you are spoiled on everything.
Girl knows what she wants ;D Happy she gets her happy ending after all her patience! Not one of my favorite shonen, but it was a fun ride. This final episode did a good job showing how strong Keiko has had to be, waiting for our favorite former Spirit Detective. In order to help restore his life, Yusuke must give him an unseen helping hand. Yusuke's team has claimed their spot in the Dark Tournament's final round. And what could their connection be to the tunnel to demon World? Looking for what show an image came from? Mukuro was fascinating and it was great to see Hiei x Mukuro at the end. God I hate this show for making me think so much.
And who is the new mysterious fighter from the Rokuyukai team? Kuwabara and Yusuke start getting each other in headlocks and Yusuke tells him that he will go to Demon World and be their king someday. I just really wish there was more to this series and I was able to witness more character development throughout the entire cast. And thanks for posting all the manga comparisons and links to the manga! Kurama, trying to end the game as soon as possible, issues a challenge. It's a decision none of Kuwabara's teammates endorse. The manga shatters these thoughts by making him state he's only there for sparring. And it's wrapped up with Yusuke's signature gun.
Meanwhile, Yusuke recovers from the torturous absorption of Genkai's Spirit Wave Orb, which promises to give him unfathomable power. Kuwabara's turn to fight is not over yet. Also in the past few episode threads there were a few comments about Hiei x Mukuro ship. Yusuke tests his strength and agility against one of the men, Hokushin, who has the ability of elasticity. The ideas in the tournament are great, such as the emotional breakthrough of Hiei and Mukuro, or the final Yusuke vs Yomi fight, but these weren't built up at all. The Death of Genkai Episode 57. Yusuke and everyone else gather together at Genkai's estate like they do in the anime finale, but in the manga it's to mourn for Genkai, who passed away right after the Spirit World terrorism dilemma was over.
Koenma decides to send an investigator to find out, and Yusuke learns just how much his friends care. Now Team Toguro must try to do the same. Every chapter was a pleasure to read - while the anime ending left me wanting more, the manga wraps things up beautifully. Yu Yu Hakusho is created by popular mangaka Yoshihiro Togashi, who is also responsible for creating the acclaimed and much-loved series known as Hunter X Hunter. The final arc was indeed rushed but started out well, had some interesting themes, and provided proper closure for the main characters nonetheless. But overall I am happy.
He is also joined by two demons named Hiei and Kurama, whom are ex-convicts of the afterlife that managed to escape from Koenma. Dark Tournament: Here is where the series started to shine, at least with the characters. Many of Raizen's friends visit his tombstone, all preparing to fight in the upcoming tournament in his honor. The only thing that I was disappointed with was how the fights didn't feel like cosmological battles. As Yusuke ponders on whether to accept Raizen's invitation, he says his final farewell to Keiko Yukimura. He's set to take the win unless Kurama can find some way to take him down.
Yusuke reveals the power he inherited from Genkai with a colossal blast of his Spirit Gun, but is it enough to bring down Toguro once and for all? Their last option is the severely injured but noble Kuwabara stepping into the next match against Risho, cold-hearted leader of Team Masho and master of earth. The Doctor pushes Yusuke toward the decision of making him his first human kill, and with people dying throughout the hospital from the Doctor's disease it looks like Yusuke has little choice but to comply. Every event that occurred felt ridiculously arbitrary, everything was a non sequitur. It aired on December 17, 1994 in Japan and April 1, 2006 in the United States. Only a dramatic showdown between the past and present Spirit Detectives will decide. However, the show definitely improved as time went on. Keiko still tackles Yusuke into the water, but for other reasons besides being gone so long since he's been back for a while.
Funny that Hiei ended up patrolling for humans accidentally entering the Demon Realm and on top of that being depicted as an alien in the newspaper! And what is the truth behind Sensui's unique personalities? I probably would have rated this higher if I had seen it back when I was kid, unfortunately this was the only show I couldn't watch back in my childhood. Their lives stretch out ahead of them and no one knows what the future holds for them. The masked fighter wins, knocking out the demons with a familiar technique, which causes a riot against Team Urameshi on the ship. Unless Yusuke can retrieve the antidote inside Hiei's Shadow Sword, Keiko will become a brainless, monster slave! Back in the Human World Keiko is being chased by demon-possessed humans. Although it was pretty much a textbook example of typical battle shounen, it was still a refreshing and awesome ride. If I had to bet, though, I'd say Yusuke inherited his demon blood from his mother's side. Keep in mind they have restrictions in place to avoid spam.
For many it's a parting of the ways. I can't believe Hiei is actually going on a patrol to look for humans who went astray. Or in my case relive it all by reading the manga. Finally managed to catch back up, just in time for the final episode aka as the anime likes to call it. Orange and black is a nice combination for her, and one that we don't see in any of her other ensembles. I loved the characters too, particularly Kuwabara He made me laugh a lot but I also respected him.