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Yu Yu Hakusho Ghost Files: King Urameshi DVD Review

We review the new Yu Yu Hakusho DVD: King Urameshi!
Courtesy of FUNimation

When Yusuke came back from the dead with super powers so he could save Earth, the last thing he expected was to become the ruler of a chunk of the Demon World. But, when Raizen kicks the bucket, that's what happens. So, what's he gonna do with it? Especially with two powerful Demon World rulers who want his turf! It kicks off in the King Urameshi DVD and we review it for you, right here.

Yu Yu Hakusho Ghost Detective: King Urameshi DVD Facts

This animated anime DVD gives you episodes 104-106 of the Yu Yu Hakusho TV show and kicks off the start of a huge brawl in the Demon World. Why a huge brawl? Because Yusuke decides that the best way to decide the new ruler of Demon World is with a giant fighting tournament! (Well, he did admit he's not very bright...). Next thing you know, demons are showing up by the dozen and it's time to rumble!

Demon Smashing Fun With Yu Yu Hakusho!

C'mon, it's thousands of demons having a fight, how can it not be fun? Seriously, Yusuke, his friends and even his enemies are a blast. The tournament fights are great too, especially the intense battle between the powerful Yomi and his tiny kid.

Ugly Monsters and Other Grossness in King Urameshi

The biggest, nastiest problem with this DVD is that it only covers the intro rounds of the tournament then, suddenly, it's cliffhanger time just as the battles start to get interesting. Weak! Looks like your going to just wait and see what happens next.

Yu Yu Hakusho Ghost Files: King Urameshi - Bottom Line

It has thousands of demons, hundreds of battles, a hero with an attitude and the fate of the Demon World at stake. Now that makes for one sweet DVD! It would be better if it didn't end so soon, but as soon as the sequel comes out it'll be worth its weight in gold!

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