History Manga / YuYuHakusho

29th Jan '18 2:48:55 AM shuniya
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->"And so it all begins. This boy's name is Yusuke. He's 14 years old, and is ''supposed'' to be the hero of this story, but oddly enough... he's dead."

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->"And so it all begins. This boy's name is Yusuke. He's 14 years old, and is ''supposed'' to be the hero of this story, but oddly enough... [[DeadToBeginWith he's dead."
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11th Jan '18 5:48:52 PM DisillusionedSore
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** Actually, Kurama does appear shirtless (completely nude to be accurate) in the movie
19th Dec '17 5:38:16 AM shuniya
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Serialized in 1990, ''Yu Yu Hakusho'' became an instant phenomenon throughout Japanese culture and set many standards in the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Storytelling art of storytelling]] (and animation-wise,) fight choreography; becoming one of ''JUMP''s "Golden Trio" alongside ''Manga/DragonBall'' and ''Manga/SlamDunk'', bringing sales up to their record all-time high of over six million copies nationwide. During ''[=YuYu=] Hakusho'''s initial animation run in UsefulNotes/{{Japan}}, it was one of the few shows to compete at all with ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' during the early '90s. It is a classic {{shonen|Demographic}} anime featuring colorful characters, lots of humor, and very clever fights. It wasn't as popular in the States as other series, but was one of the first anime to air (mostly uncut) on Creator/AdultSwim, until it migrated to Creator/{{Toonami}} with an edited weekday version. It was among Creator/FUNimation's earliest shows to dub alongside ''Dragon Ball Z,'' and therefore, starred some of its earliest regular cast members and kickstarted their reputation. Then 19 year old Justin Cook, who was the Line Producer and played the lead role, is now the chief producer at the studio. In the UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}}, the series was titled "[[CompletelyDifferentTitle Ghost Fighter]]" (and with different character names) and went on to be one of the landmark anime series there as well.

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Serialized in 1990, ''Yu Yu Hakusho'' became an instant phenomenon throughout Japanese culture and set many standards in the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Storytelling art of storytelling]] (and animation-wise,) fight choreography; becoming one of ''JUMP''s ''[[Magazine/ShonenJump JUMP]]''s "Golden Trio" alongside ''Manga/DragonBall'' and ''Manga/SlamDunk'', bringing sales up to their record all-time high of over six million copies nationwide. During ''[=YuYu=] Hakusho'''s initial animation run in UsefulNotes/{{Japan}}, it was one of the few shows to compete at all with ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' during the early '90s. It is a classic {{shonen|Demographic}} anime featuring colorful characters, lots of humor, and very clever fights. It wasn't as popular in the States as other series, but was one of the first anime to air (mostly uncut) on Creator/AdultSwim, until it migrated to Creator/{{Toonami}} with an edited weekday version. It was among Creator/FUNimation's earliest shows to dub alongside ''Dragon Ball Z,'' and therefore, starred some of its earliest regular cast members and kickstarted their reputation. Then 19 year old Justin Cook, who was the Line Producer and played the lead role, is now the chief producer at the studio. In the UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}}, the series was titled "[[CompletelyDifferentTitle Ghost Fighter]]" (and with different character names) and went on to be one of the landmark anime series there as well.
19th Dec '17 3:24:33 AM shuniya
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[[caption-width-right:300:"The [[SpiritWorld other world]]'s not watching for nothing!"]]
9th Oct '17 7:36:28 AM GGCrono
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->"And so it all begins. This boy's name is Yusuke. He's 14 years old, and is ''supposed'' to be the hero of this story, but oddly enough...He's dead."

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->"And so it all begins. This boy's name is Yusuke. He's 14 years old, and is ''supposed'' to be the hero of this story, but oddly enough...He's he's dead."
2nd Oct '17 6:30:26 PM maxwellsilver
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->"And so it all begins. This boy's name is Yusuke. He's 14 years old, and is ''supposed'' to be the hero of this story, [[DeadToBeginWith but oddly enough...He's dead.]]"

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->"And so it all begins. This boy's name is Yusuke. He's 14 years old, and is ''supposed'' to be the hero of this story, [[DeadToBeginWith but oddly enough...He's dead.]]"
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25th Sep '17 11:07:19 PM superkeijikun
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* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: The entire series starts with one such moment; Yusuke is a selfish delinquent who doesn't give two hoots about how his actions affect others, only to make the ultimate act of selflessness and sacrifice his life to save a boy from being hit by a car. Both his peers and family still living and the powers that be in the afterlife are gobsmacked by this!
25th Sep '17 11:04:45 PM superkeijikun
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* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler:The entire Chapter Black saga is an example of this, partially due to Sensui's BatmanGambit above, and partially because Team Urameshi put so much effort into stopping something that the SDF could have done on their own. And Yusuke died, but got better.]]

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* ShootTheShaggyDog: ShootTheShaggyDog:
** The entire series starts with one; Yusuke threw business in the afterlife out of whack when he sacrificed his life to save a kid from being hit by a kid, since he was not supposed to die. As it turns out, the child Yusuke saved wasn't even going to die; the ball he was playing with would've kept him alive if slightly injured.
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[[spoiler:The entire Chapter Black saga is an example of this, partially due to Sensui's BatmanGambit above, and partially because Team Urameshi put so much effort into stopping something that the SDF could have done on their own. And Yusuke died, but got better.]]
1st Sep '17 2:09:37 PM FlakyPorcupine
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** Karasu can be one for Kurama; being a SoftSpokenSadist who keeps his cool (for the most part) and is the EvilGenius of his own group as Kurama is TheSmartGuy of his. They also both have AnimalMotifs; Kurama is a kitsune demon, and Karasu has a crow image going on. The difference between them is that while Kurama is genuinely friendly and shows some respect and regret over killing his more worthwhile opponents, Karasu is a pure {{Sadist}} who enjoys torturing his prey under a FauxAffablyEvil facade.
22nd Aug '17 6:34:30 AM calil_bfr
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* WhatTheHellHero: The only reason Toguro killed [[spoiler:Kuwabara]] is because Genkai told him that making Yusuke watch him kill one of his friends would unlock his true power.

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* WhatTheHellHero: The only reason Toguro killed [[spoiler:Kuwabara]] is because Genkai [[IWillPunishYourFriendForYourFailure told him that making Yusuke watch him kill one of his friends would unlock his true power.power]].
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