Inuyasha

Season 2 Episode 24

Inuyasha's Soul, Devoured

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Aired Saturday 11:00 PM Sep 17, 2003 on Cartoon Network
9.5
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Sesshomaru learns from the wise tree-demon, Boku'seno that when Inuyasha transforms into a demon, his demon blood takes full control turning him into a mindless killing machine. Elsewhere, Inuyasha and the others arrive at a village that is ruthlessly being held under the control of the Moth Demon, Gatenmaru and his band of thieves.moreless

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  • This was another great episode to watch. I strongly recommend it.

    9.1
    This was another great episode to watch. I strongly recommend it. When inuyasha and the gang were walking down the path a little boy was running for help, saying that his grandpa needed help. Inuyasha rushed through the path and thought it was a demon attacking, and soon found out that his grandpa was hanging from the cliff. After he tooked them back from the village they was walking the the path when inuayasha smelled blood of a lot of humans. And turned and saw the boy with an arrow in his back saying if they can help his grandpa. Inuyasha told kogame to watch over the boy, him and them monk went to the village to find a demon that liked his sword so he trapped them by hit poisoness web and are trapped. Inuayasha begin to turn into a demon when his sword was outside the web.moreless
  • Inuyasha encounters a demon who traps in a web if he touches, he will disinegrate. Also, sesshoramu learns some interesting facts about Inuyasha and his demon blood.

    9.0
    I thought this episode was very good! I have to admit it was exciting. Inuyasha encountered a demon who had disguised himself as a human. This demon attacks a town. Inuyasha of course goes to there rescue. Meanwhile, Sesshoramu visits an all knowing tree to see why Inuyasha's blood changed during their battle. He learns that Tetsuaiga keeps Inuyasha's demon aspect locked. The more transformations he goes through, his whole soul will be devoured, and he will only know how to kill.

    Meanwhile Inuyasha and Miroku get caught in a dangerous web, if they touch, there skin will burn off. Miroku is holding a barrier around them, but it can hold up very long. The demon tried to wield Tetsuiaga, but when he can't, he realizes that Inuyasha is half demon. Inuyasha is now at the point where his life is in danger. The point is, it has a lot of excitement, and the cliff hanger at the end make many viewer wonder, which I think makes is better!moreless
John Murphy

John Murphy

Bokuseno (E)

Guest Star

Adam Henderson

Adam Henderson

Gatenmaru (E)

Guest Star

Taimei Suzuki

Taimei Suzuki

Bokuseno (J)

Guest Star

Donald Brown

Donald Brown

Jaken (E)

Recurring Role

Brenna O'Brien

Brenna O'Brien

Rin (E)

Recurring Role

Mamiko Noto

Mamiko Noto

Rin (J)

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Boku'seno reveals that the sheaths or scabbards of Tetsusaiga and Tenseiga were carved from his branches, which explains some of the mystical power contained in the simple looking wood.

    • After the bandit puts his foot on the cocoon, Gatenmaru (moth-demon) says, "It's a poison cocoon, one touch and you'll melt away".
      A few moments later, Gatenmaru says, "It's a poison cocoon. With continued exposure you would melt away."
      Later still, when the cocoon touches Miroku, he doesn't melt.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Kid: As thanks, I'm gonna give you my treasure. Bye, thanks again.
      Miroku: What did the boy give you?
      Inuyasha: A molted snake skin.
      Kagome: Cool, just what you always wanted.
      Shippo: Wow! Inuyasha, if you don't want it, can I have it, please?

    • Gatenmaru: Little man, what is the meaning of this? Why does this sword reject me?
      Inuyasha: Hm, I'll tell you about my Tetsusaiga. It's choosy about its user, and it would never let a low-class demon, like you, come anywhere near it.

    • Old Man: I've fallen and I can't get up!

  • NOTES (3)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Old Man: Help, I've fallen and I can't get up.

      This line is a reference to the Life Alert infomercial, in which an old woman is lying on the floor, saying "Help, I've fallen and I can't get up".

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