it did have way too many pointless episodes but it still was a good show so no it ended perfectly
This series was defanintly dragged in faaaaaaaaar too long. They couldn't kill enough, so that had to talk all the time, entirety of episodes were wasted on BS!
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omg, thank you so much for making this thread.
this is what ive been saying in every inu yasha thread i could find
the entire series was like the bount arc in bleach times 100. there were one or two episodes with action, and the rest was constant filler.
i believe inu yasha dragged on for too long, as i didnt even know there was an ending until i searched around this site. So yes, i agree with you 100 percent to anyone who said it did.
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With no disrespect intended for Inuyasha fans, in my humble opinion yes it dragged on waaaaayyyyy too long. Though i never really had problems with fillers, Inuyasha is a different case. I never really liked Inuyasha in the first place with its all too generic plot, characters, and its sucky storytelling but its same-old-s*** episodes made it much much worse to the point that i even consider it as one of the worst anime series in my book. 167 episodes ain't bad by the numbers but it's full of sucky episodic storytelling, we're not new to fillers and super-long series (DB, Naruto, etc) but those shows never got as out of hand as Inuyasha. Because the series got stretched out too much it became an episodic anime that isn't even supposed to be.
i think it dragged on. the beginning was great, and i loved the movies, but the series was way too long, and it got pretty boring. to me, Rumiko Takahashi gave the characters too hard of a task and plot to complete, and naraku just wouldnt die. it would take a lot of patience to finish it.
it dragged on for way way too long
with a stupid ending that could of
at least answered some unknown questions
It dragged on for way too long, but for some reason I never lost interest in the anime. And I believe it's because the characters were so well thought-out and had traits that viewers could relate to, [as well as] everyone always waiting to see if Inu & Kag would finally shut up and make out.