Inuyasha Sequel Yashahime Begins Its Manga Adaptation

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Inuyasha Sequel Yashahime Begins Its Manga Adaptation

Inuyasha’s sequel series, Yashahime, has begun serialization as a manga in Japan following its anime debut in 2020. But how does the manga differ?

Yashahime, the sequel series to Rumiko Takahashi’s late 90’s/early 2000’s hit series Inuyasha, has launched its manga adaptation in Japan, with some significant differences from the anime version that came first.

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Like many other series from that period, Inuyasha was revived with an anime sequel in October 2020, following the children of Inuyasha and Sesshomaru. The series turned out to be successful enough that it was picked up for a second season, which begins airing in October 2021. While Yashahime’s characters were designed by Rumiko Takahashi, she did not actually do any writing for the anime, which was instead developed by the anime studio Sunrise, producers of the original Inuyasha anime. Following the success of the first season, a manga adaptation by Takashi Shiina was announced, running in the monthly magazine Shonen Sunday S, with its first chapter releasing September 25, 2021. Takahashi herself could not take on the project, as she’s currently busy with her other demon-slaying series, Mao.

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