Yu Yu Hakusho OVA Special!!!

  • Hey, all of you Yu Yu Hakusho fans! Guess what?! The 25th Anniversary of it is coming this year, but that's not all...They're making a OVA special from the Anime series itself! Isn't that great?! I sure hope it'll be in English dub by FUNimation Studios itself in the future to get the original English dub voice actors to play their roles again with some new ones on whoever it'll be different character. Cool, huh? So first it needs to be done in Japan and then it'll arrive soon in the United States later 'though I wish the movie would come around too'... But anyways, this is even better, I love it! Anyone else knows about this, please let me know more. :D I'm so happy!!! lol Here's a news update! I can only copy and paste it here to prove that it's real, I could link the site to it, but...you guys should look it up just in case. But the site was on is fine of course. :)

    (C) Yoshihiro Togashi 1990-1994 "Yu Yu Hakusho" / comics originally serialized in the WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP published by Shueisha Inc. TV animation series "Yu Yu Hakusho" is produced by (C) Pierrot/Shueisha

    Blu-ray box sets aimed at longtime fans and viewers of "Yu Yu Hakusho" will be released this year to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the anime TV series.

    An all-new episode will be bundled with the fourth set for the "Demon Plane" arc scheduled for release on Oct. 26.

    The first set, to be released on July 27, will contain episodes for the "Supernatural Detective" story arc and include "Yu Yu Hakusho: The Movie--Poltergeist Report." The feature film adaptation, previously available only on LaserDisc and VHS, will be brought to Blu-ray for the first time.

    The second set for the "Dark Tournament" arc will be released on Aug. 28, followed by the third set for the "Sensui" arc on Sept. 26.

    The anime series is based on an action manga of the same name by Yoshihiro Togashi, which ran in Shueisha Inc.'s Weekly Shonen Jump comic anthology.

    The story centers around Yusuke Urameshi, who returns from the dead to work as a "supernatural detective." With the help of his trusty sidekicks Kuwabara, Kurama and Hiei, Yusuke fights heinous demons and spirits to protect the peace of the human and supernatural worlds.

    The manga was adapted into a TV series by anime studio Pierrot Co., running from October 1992 to January 1995 for a total of 112 episodes.

  • I'm excited for it. Even if its subbed only I'd still be okay with it.

  • @MidnightAoshi Same here, I'll watch it from there. :) I mean when it does happen, I'll be getting it in dub one day for my collection of Yu Yu Hakusho. Hell yes! lol

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