The entire Inuyasha series finished airing in Japan last year. Ending on episode number 167, this anime series has become one of the most popular and beloved anime legends of all time. In the States, Adult Swim has currently made available several seasons of Inuyasha, we're up to episode 129 (latest August, 2005 reports).
All the fans here would love to see the complete series aired as soon as possible instead of viewing reruns. This petition is in support of bringing ALL episodes of Inuyasha to North America. If you are an IY fan, then help us out by signing this petition.
The petition databases currently only shows petitions signed since April of 2005. We have another HUGE collection of all the petitions all the fans helped to build up for the past 2 years. THANK YOU FOR ALL THE SUPPORT! INUYASHA IS STILL HERE TODAY BECAUSE OF ALL YOU GUYS!
Below are some ways to reach Cartoon Network (the TV channel showing IY in US) and tell them how much we love InuYasha and would like to see new episodes (episodes beyond 36) to be shown on TV!
*Special thanks for Herbert Kirchhoff who sent us the following emails with Cartoon Network & Adult Swim's contact info.
"We should help make sure Adult Swim brings Inuyasha back and gets more
episodes beyond Eps. 36. We should write to them and to their parent
Cartoon Network to let them know our desire. You might want to put these
postal addresses on your site with suggestion to write. Yes, I know snail
mail is lots of trouble to do, but that's why business execs pay attention
to it where they ignore e-mails. They figure that if someone's gone to the
trouble of writing a real letter, they must really be concerned!
Adult Swim 1065 Williams Street NW Atlanta, GA 30309
Cartoon Network 1050 Techwood Drive NW Atlanta, GA 30318
They won't know we're out here unless we tell them. "
"Found another way to contact Cartoon Network folks, via the Web.
There's a page on their Web site where you can post feedback about their
programming. Web address is:
It's easy to do. But be polite and to the point -- avoid ranting. And if
you use the Wab portal, give 'em a way to get back in touch with you like
your e-mail address 'cause that adds credibility. These are businesspeople
you're talking to and they won't respect us and listen to us if we come
across as offensive. Remember, they won't know we're out here until we tell
them. I'll be hunting up more ways for contacting CN and Adult Swim folks
and will let you know as I find them. Tell 'em nicely how much Inuyasha
means to us. And spread the word to other Inuyasha fan sites on how to
reach these folks!"
I found the e-mail address for Adult Swim and thought you might want to post
it to help our campaign to GET MORE INUYASHA. Its:
(There's capitalization so be sure to enter it exact on the address line.)
Keep those cards and letters coming in. They won't know how many of us are
out here unless we tell them! But be polite. If we show we respect them,
they'll respect us.
While I was at it, I ran across the contact info for Viz Communications, the
folks who dub and license the dubbed Inuyasha episodes that CN/AS run.
Thought it might be nice to tell them what a good job they're doing and how
much we love Inuyasha. It might encourage them to secure and dub the 2nd
season and make it available for CN/AS to run. If they already are into the
2nd season's production our praise will help confirm they made the right
choice, which is always good to know. (Yes, I know some fans have quibbles
with the dubbing and voice acting, but compared to the hatchet jobs done to
other dubbed anime, it's very clear that the Viz people respect our favorite
show and sincerely try to evoke its spirit and style.)
PO Box 77010
San Francisco, VA 94107
Inuyasha forever! We have power. Mail is our power tool. Go for it!
Show them we want more InuYasha!
Please put these banners on your personal webpages or fan sites, let the big companies know there are lots of IY fans in North America!
Please link banner to http://www.inuyashaworld.com/sos.cfm
LET'S WORK TOGETHER TO GET MORE INUYASHA!