The Inuyasha franchise ended years ago with the half-demon reunited with Kagome in the feudal era.
In the new sequel, Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon, Inuyasha brought back to life like what others expected.
It also introduced fans to Inuyasha and Kagome’s daughter, and an episode revealed Kagome’s family’s reaction to meeting her for the first time.
With the recent reveals of the new Inuyasha story, here comes an original poster for Yashahime, which features two familiar faces.
The poster was previously revealed in an online broadcast for the new series, making fans grateful for seeing Inuyasha and Sesshomaru’s reunion.
The new poster did not show many details, and there’s no so much gain with it. However, it can be taken from a different perspective and realize that it is a beautiful piece to take in.
It can be observed on the poster that Rumiko Takahashi’s style this time is vibrant. Inuyasha rests in the poster background with Sesshomaru just over his shoulder.
Furthermore, the brothers haven’t aged a bit; nevertheless, they seem to have mellowed a little as years go by.
The poster also features the leads of the sequel, of course. Towa and Setsuna leap forward as Moroha is in the center.
The girls reveal their energetic aura, and they are determined to see their respective missions through to the end.
Fans remain hopeful that their quests will conclude with Inuyasha and Kagome in tow!
As described by Viz’s official description of the series, it says that the anime stars Towa and Setsuna.
The two are the twin daughters of Sesshomaru, who was separated in a forest fire. Towa is raised by Sota Higurashi, the little brother of Kagome, and ends up modern times.
The two reunited ten years later. However, Setsuna is a demon slayer with no memories of her sister. Together with Inuyasha and Kagome’s daughter, Moroha, the twins start an adventure in the quest of regaining their missing past.
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