Inuyasha by Rumiko Takashi (Ranma ½) is the story of Kagome, a Japanese school girl who falls back in time to the Feudal Era where she and a half-demon named Inuyasha fight the evil Naraku with the help of their friends. The award-winning manga began in 1996 and enjoyed immense popularity. In 2000 it was adapted for an anime. Sadly, the series was discontinued half way through in 2004, though the manga continued and was finally completed in 2008.
But now, five years later, the anime has resumed with Inuyasha: the Final Act, which will cover the rest of manga and finally conclude this epic series. Furthermore, the episodes are being released in the US weekly on Hulu.com, only a day after the episode airs in Japan. As far as anime goes this is a revolutionary format, normally fans have to wait months if not years for their favorite anime to be released in the US.
Inuyasha was one of my favorite series of all time, so I am ecstatic that the series is finally getting a chance to reach the epic finish. The quality of the anime is excellent, as are the subtitles as far as I can tell. Check out the trailer below!