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It's a Rumic World Intro Short

A lot of you probably know about the It's a Rumic World! Exhibition occuring in Tokyo currently. It's a grand exhibition of all of Rumiko's work and features some new content, including a thirty minute InuYasha short and this intro video featuring all of Rumiko's major Shounen Sunday serials- Urusei Yatsura, Ranma 1/2, and InuYasha. It begs the question, why have they not done a crossover before? They really got a lot of the potential humor in these characters interacting. It's about three minutes long and quite awesome. It has been uploaded to youtube here.

It is extremely hilarious. I approve!
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One Pound Gospel drama

It has started! Have you watched it? The first two episodes have been fansubbed by Massuki and Sailor Spork, you can download them through torrent here: http://a.scarywater.net/spork/

I've only watched the first episode so far, and I loved it. Don't expect it to be extremely faithful to the manga, it's not, but I found the result very good. It's funny, it's very lively, and the new woman chairman rocks.
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Inu Yasha Coloring Album


I have just scanned an Inu Yasha Coloring Book, so if you are interested in a little coloring fun, stop by and be the first to visit!

ps. I have just started to put these pages together, so please excuse the design flaws, i'm working on them :)
But you should be able to view and download all the images with no problems!

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The pop music group KAT-TUN's Kazuya Kamenashi (live-action Gokusen's Ryu) will star next January in a live-action television drama series adaptation of the One-Pound Gospel boxing manga by Rumiko Takahashi (Inuyasha, Ranma 1/2, Maison Ikkoku, Urusei Yatsura). The love comedy features a 19-year-old boxer who falls for a girl training to be nun. Takahashi had just finished the manga after twenty years and four manga volumes this past March. Viz published the manga in English, and a 1988 anime video was produced. Nippon Television plans to run the drama for one quarter of a year. [Source]