InuYasha. vol 34

190 pages

English language

Published June 20, 2008 by VIZ Media.

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4 stars (3 reviews)

"Inuyasha and the gang follow a trail of rumors that lead to a "living mountain." Naraku has awoken the mountain from its 200-year slumber and stolen its sacred stone. The "living mountain" then gives a gift to Inuyasha and his group to help them in retrieving the stone. But what could Naraku be hoping to achieve?"--P. [4] of cover.

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The Same Character is the Best and Worst Part of this Volume

3 stars

I do like Miroku, particularly when they let him be a sincere character. His lecherous behaviour is often played for a joke, and it gets tiresome after a while. Even with other characters commenting on it (mostly being annoyed about it), it often is played for laughs or used as a means to drum up the perpetual jealousy in the unspecified relationship between Kagome and InuYasha.

Though the story is still fun, these things have definitely grown more infuriating and boring as I've gotten older.


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