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The Lucky but Two-Timing Scoundrel!
Sat, Feb 12 2011 7:28 AM
Inuyasha tekks Kaede that Kikyo is still alive. Kagome is depressed that Inuyasha still has feelings for Kikyo. She goes back to the present day without telling Inuyasha. Inuyasha follows Kagome to her house, but Kagome destroys the bike that she had received from her mother.
Inuyasha’s Soul, Devoured
Fri, Nov 05 2010 9:57 PM
Just as Inuyasha and the gang overcome Naraku’s trap involving Kohaku, Sesshomaru, who is investigating the secrets of Inuyasha's transformation, is visiting Bokusenno, a demon tree whose wood was used to make the sheaths for the Tetsusaiga and the Tenseiga.
Return of the Tragic Priestess, Kikyo
Sat, Oct 16 2010 8:55 AM
Kikyo is revived when Kagome’s soul flows into her. She tries to kill Inuyasha, but Kagome takes back her soul. Fifty years ago, Kikyo wanted Inuyasha to use the Shikon Jewel to become human. But on the day of their promise, someone who looked like Inuyasha fatally injured Kikyo. Inuyasha realiz...
Kagome’s Voice and Kikyo's Kiss
Sat, Oct 16 2010 8:29 AM
Kikyo paralyzes Kagome. Inuyasha appears before her. Kikyo has been gathering the souls of dead girls. She vents her grudge against Inuyasha. Inuyasha reveals that he has never forgotten her. When Inuyasha kisses Kikyo, Kikyo tries to drag him to hell. But Inuyasha hears Kagome’s voice and regai...
Phantom Showdown-The Thunder Brothers vs. Tetsusaiga
Wed, Oct 13 2010 4:00 AM
Inuyasha goes to save Kagome from Manten. Hiten devours the sacred jewel shard that Manten had and absorbs his demon powers. Hiten attacks Inuyasha with his Raigekijin. Inuyasha is in trouble and defends himself with the scabbard of the Tetsusaiga.
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