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PLEASE! ARE THERE ANY ANIME SHOWS LIKE INUYASHA?

MY LITTLE SISTER IS DESPRATE TO FIND A NEW ANIME LIKE INUYASHA. SHE TOTALY GOING CRAZY BECAUSE SHE FINISHED ALL THE EPISODES. SHE LOOOOOOOOOOOVVES THE SHOW!!! LOVES IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE, SHE USED TO BE ENERGETIC BUT NOW SHE HAS NOTHING TO DO. (SHE MIGHT NOT BE THE NUMBER ONE FAN, BUT SHE'S A HUGE FAN. AND I MEAN HUGE!)PLEASE HELP!
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All the episodes? Including the Final Act and Kanketsu-hen?
nomaner posted over a year ago
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I was going to say Ranma 1/2 but Inuyashaluvr55 already said it XD
marcelosina1 posted over a year ago
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What about Elemental Galade? Not IDENTICAL to Inuyasha and a bit shorter, but still an awesome program! (And trust me, I'm on ma sixth program right now so I should know)
TreesandStuff posted over a year ago
 7emogirl6 posted over a year ago
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PrincessSeiko said:
It's natural to feel a little down after you finish an anime, because you can't help but wish it would last forever. It may take a few days, but you easily get over it.

But if your sister has nothing to do then I suggest she tries all different kinds of anime. It's hard to find two anime which are alike, but it's easy to find other anime to enjoy.

She could always try Ranma 1/2, which was made by the same person (but I can't gauruntee that it'll be similar to Inuyasha), or experiment with anime like Full Moon Wo Sagashite, Fruits Basket, Cardcaptor Sakura, Princess Tutu (my all-time favourite), and other such anime.

Vampire Knight is an anime that is heavily packed with dispute and drama, although the ending was unsuited to the taste of some.

One Piece is an enjoyable shounen anime, but it's nothing like Inuyasha.

Also, in Princess Tutu, the name sometimes puts people off, although the anime is one that should definitely not be overlooked. It's based on ballet, but the characters still speak and there is action that is not done by ballet (actually, ballet is more of an added bonus to the story). Beware of the ending; it can be somewhat depressing.


But, on a whole, I'd suggest trying Ranma 1/2, Fruits Basket and Princess Tutu.
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posted over a year ago 
fluffyluvr21 said:
hmm....Sailor Moon ? Bleach ? (never watched it but knows it has swords )
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posted over a year ago 
1inuyashafan said:
2 words— RANMA 1/2
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posted over a year ago 
kittiesrtbst said:
It's not as long or well known as Inuyasha but I suggest Kamisama Hajimemashita. I haven't watched the anime yet but the manga is one of my favorites. Spoiler: There is a past lover too and complications that make it hard to love the girl whos human and the guy is also a demon sortve. Though that's from the manga so I'm not sure if the anime has it. There are also love rivals, and the main character also has cute, in this case fox, animal ears.

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posted over a year ago 
awesomehawk321 said:
kamisama hajimemashita its has a boy very similar to inuysha in it it has more romance and it only has 13 episodes only in eng sub but there should be a few more episodes coming out but thats only a rumor

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i forgot to mention i agree with kittiessrtbst
awesomehawk321 posted over a year ago
Satowra said:
Well I know a manga that is really similar to InuYasha-- it's called Kamisama Hajimemashita (or Kamisama Kiss if you buy the books). The anime follows it, but it cuts off at episode 12 or 13 and doesn't go into the detail and drama that is unfolding at the current moment in the manga. There are 96 chapters so far with another one coming out soon. :)
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sesshyswind said:
I suggest Yu Yu Hakusho, its about a boy who gets hit by a car and ends up being resurrected by the prince of the Spirit World to become a Spirit Detective, where he gets to battle powerful demons and meet new friends, also comes with a shocking, and very much satifying twist at the end:)

Also Dragon Ball Z, or Dragon Ball are good to, but no demons, all the bad guys and most of the main characters are super powered aliens from other planets, but its full of incredible fight scenes and fun, charsmatic characters.
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I agree with the Yu Yu Hakusho,it was incredible.
Avert_thy_Eyes posted over a year ago
Duncan-superfan said:
Ranma 1/2 would be a good choice. Cuz its made y the same person. Also has most of the same voice cast.
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Ranma 1/2 would be a good choice. Cuz its made y the same person. Also has most of the same voice cast.
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Duncan-superfan posted over a year ago
sayomi641 said:
yu yu hakusho
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posted over a year ago 
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forgot to mention shes 11
7emogirl6 posted over a year ago
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sayomi641 posted over a year ago
invisiblepanda said:
Ouran high shool, DN angel, One Piece, Avatar, Haruhi Suzumiya, Ranma 1/2, fullmetal alchemist, Skip beat, and Slayers!!! Hope this helps!! XD
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posted over a year ago 
ruby554 said:
they are bleach,and black cat, and there naruto i got a naruto picture see.
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they are bleach,and black cat, and there naruto i got a naruto picture see.
posted over a year ago 
zuzulover900 said:
to watch the show i eather go to hulu and look for it or u get a baja box and record it but on hulu you have to read the eanglesh words and listen to it in japanies
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posted over a year ago 
miss_randomer said:
Miss rumiko takahashi is workin on a NEW anime right now but it'll take while. but don't cry because ranma 1/2 is a really good series. funny as hell. and ranma looks alot like inu's human form and later on in the seires sounds like him too. so enjoy!!... wiat how old is your lil sister?
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posted over a year ago 
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thank u so much ^^
7emogirl6 posted over a year ago
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I don't know is Ranma 1/2 is the best anime for a 11 year old.... too many boob shots, it's funny though;)
sesshyswind posted over a year ago
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No boob shots?! Then you must have saw a television friendly censored version, because the version I saw had pleanty O.O it was a great deal of the humor, I couldn't imagine that show with out it xD
sesshyswind posted over a year ago
inuloverlol said:
Yes because i was in vintage stock then my ant shelly thout she saw inuyasha poster but it was naruto
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KidMckandy said:
well i watch a lot of anime but the closest show to inuyasha is Bleach try to see if she likes it cuz it amuses me!!!
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no wait full metal alchest is waaay better
KidMckandy posted over a year ago
2cre8 said:
Kekkaishi is sort of like Inuyasha. Anyway, it's really good, give it a try!
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Kekkaishi is sort of like Inuyasha. Anyway, it's really good, give it a try!
posted over a year ago 
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Darn it, you took mine!!!
93shadowwolf posted over a year ago
consplayer said:
nurarihyon no mago nura the rise of youkai clan

Nurarihyon is a quarter demon like the offspring of Inuyasha and Kagome if they had one.
youkai means demon, demon clan just like in Inuyasha.
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posted over a year ago 
fanime1 said:
Ranma 1/2 definitely! It has a ton of episodes, OVAs, and movies, so it will take your sister awhile to finish that one. Also, everyone who has seen both InuYasha and Ranma 1/2 notice a big similarity between KagomeXInuYasha and RanmaXAkane's relationship.
I also recommend she read the mangas for both InuYasha and Ranma 1/2, since not every story in them made it into their anime forms.
If that's not enough, she can also watch/read Rumiko Takahashi's other works (she wrote BOTH Ranma and InuYasha).
Another similar anime to InuYasha that comes to mind are Fushigi Yugi. I only read the manga, but I'm sure your sister will like it. It has a similar story about a girl who goes into a book about ancient China. They are really similar, but this one came first. There was another manga that I found similar, but I forgot the name, so I'll add it later.
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joselyn128 said:
well still i love inuyasha i cant get my mind off it and i still cant it passed 3 years i stiell cant

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inuyasha15 said:
Sailor moon!!! :D
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Sailor moon!!! :D
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felicia777 said:
try fushigii yuugi
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SoulEater005 said:
SoulEater is my choice it has a lot of action like inuyashi :3
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SoulEater is my choice it has a lot of action like inuyashi :3
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IKR?!
1Amberpet posted over a year ago
1Amberpet said:
Well what I did after Inuyasha was start Watching Soul Eater. Theres also Ramna, Bleach, Death Note (I've never watched those three I've just heard they were really popular.)

Soul Eater is kinda like Inuyasha in more way than one, but it's not like it's Inuyasha's twin show or anything.

Theres alot of action, It's really funny at time, and the characters are some what the same to the main Inuyasha group if you look at it a certain way. Sometimes it has mystery, sometimes you can just predict what was going to happen.

Inuyasha is like almost the same way.
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mynekoheart said:
kamisama hajimemashita it remind of inuyasha
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kamisama hajimemashita  it remind of inuyasha
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LidiaIsabel said:
Well, she may like Rurouni Kenshin by Nobuhiro Watsuki. It's a great story set in the past about samurai, swords, special techniques and a funny group of people that team up because of fate to get the objective. It's shonen ai, so she'll get a little romance too.
I also recommend Bleach by Tite Kubo. It's an awesome shonen story with fantasy, great battles, techniques, superpowers...The only thing is that the plot is always changing directions, it's full of secrets and catchy plot points that keep you glued to the story.
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inuyashalover15 said:
trust me ive been there I finished all the episodes and I didn't know what to do after so im looking for new series too, anyways I started a new one called fruits basket REALLY good exept they stopped making the show after the 26th episode but I do recommend watching it anyways im sure your sister will love it :)
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KawaiiKalie said:
She should watch The Final Act, and their's four movies! But something Similar? Maybe Yu Yu Hakusho and Full metal Alchemist. But For other great animes, try: Death Note, Soul Eater, Kiba, Shakugan No Shana, Monster, Case Closed, Blood+, D.Gray-Man, For gory anime series: Elfin Lied, Higurashi no Naku Koro ni, Another, Umineko no Naku Koro ni, Blood+, Blood . And here's a cute picture of Neji and TinTin from Naruto. :D
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She should watch The Final Act, and their's four movies! But something Similar? Maybe Yu Yu Hakusho and Full metal Alchemist. But For other great animes, try: Death Note, Soul Eater, Kiba, Shakugan No Shana, Monster, Case Closed, Blood+, D.Gray-Man, For gory anime series: Elfin Lied, Higurashi no Naku Koro ni, Another, Umineko no Naku Koro ni, Blood+, Blood . And here's a cute picture of Neji and TinTin from Naruto. :D
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baddoginuyasha said:
i think code geasus its really cool and interesting
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Denisse3661 said:
I had the same thing!! I finished the anime InuYasha and didnt know what to do!! I found Princess TuTu and until today it is one of my favorite anime ever!! (Behind InuYasha of course)
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manny-eiey said:
Kamisama Hejimemashita
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