InuYasha began as a manga series written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi, published in 1996 and concluded in 2008, but due to its popularity, it has expanded into a multimedia franchise.
Works this franchise includes:
Manga & Anime:
- InuYasha, the original manga and its anime adaptations.
- Official Novelization of the first 10 chapters of the manga. Written by Tomoko Konparu and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi.
- InuYasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time
- InuYasha the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass
- InuYasha the Movie: Swords of an Honorable Ruler
- InuYasha the Movie: Fire on the Mystic Island
- Shi wo Yobu Onsen Shiritori English
- Taketori no Okina wa Kyoubou jatta English
- Sengoku o-Togi Zoushi: Sesshoumaru English
- Jigoku de Matteta Shichinintai English
- Arashi to Matsuri no Hourai-jima English
- Aka to Shiro no Utagassen English
- Asatte English
- Toki wo Koeru Mou Hitotsu no Omoi English
- Radio no Naka no Mugenjou English
- Tenka Hadou no ... English
- Guren no Hourai Land English
- Inu Yasha Kagome No Sengoku No Nikki (WonderSwan Color)
- Inu Yasha Fuuun Emaki (WonderSwan Color)
- Inu Yasha Kagome No Yume No Nikki (WonderSwan Color)
- Inu Yasha RPG (PS1)
- Inu Yasha A Feudal Fairy Tale (PS1)
- Inu Yasha Naraku No Wana! Mayoi No Mori No Shoutaijou (GBA)
- Inu Yasha Feudal Combat (PS2)
- InuYasha: The Secret of the Cursed Mask (PS2)
- Inu Yasha Secret Of The Divine Jewel (NDS)
- Kamisama Kiss, a manga and anime series that is in many ways the show's Spiritual Successor.
- The Holy Pearl, a live action Chinese TV series with some similarities to the InuYasha manga