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Saturday, January 17, 2009

cartoon boy

These are some of cartoon boy images.
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winne the pooh

These are some pictures of winne the pooh below.

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Friday, January 16, 2009

Inuyasha Pictures

These are some of Inuyasha pictures for free:
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Kagome

Kagome Higurashi (日暮 かごめ, Higurashi Kagome?) is a fictional character and the female protagonist in the anime and manga series InuYasha created by Rumiko Takahashi. The series' protagonist, InuYasha, is her love interest and vice-versa.

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Kagome is a young girl of this manga and anime series. Her grandfather is the keeper of the Higurashi shrine which is a Shinto shrine near Tokyo. On her fifteenth birthday, Kagome tries to save her cat from falling down the shrine well and she is pulled into the Bone Eater's well by Mistress Centipede. This takes her back into time to the Warring States Period (Sengoku Jidai) of Japan, where she finds the half demon whose name is InuYasha.

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Kagome and InuYasha had a rocky start. Being the reincarnation of Kikyo, Kagome has a very close resemblance to her in physical appearance and abilities. Consequently, the resentment InuYasha held for Kikyo at that time was carried over to Kagome. As the series progresses, however, the relationship between Kagome and InuYasha changes for the better. InuYasha’s tough guy facade slowly dissolves as Kagome helps him mature, and they even begin to fall in love. However, when Kikyo, InuYasha’s first love, is revived from the grave (using part of Kagome's soul) and InuYasha reveals that he still loves Kikyo. InuYasha encourages Kagome to stay in her own time so that he may save and avenge Kikyo, but Kagome, still in love, decides to stay with him anyway, knowing that she could never break their bond. In her own modern time, before she decides to stay with InuYasha, she strongly believed that she was second, and Kikyo was first. However, InuYasha is grateful to her and his love for Kagome grows while InuYasha still loves Kikyo. This intense love triangle becomes one of the main conflicts within the manga/anime. As kind-hearted as Kagome is, InuYasha can certainly test her nerves though it is not always InuYasha’s fault. Used as a comic relief, the two argue constantly throughout the anime, in some cases about Kikyo, which sometimes ends with Kagome saying osuwari ("sit" in the English dub) and InuYasha falling to the ground. However, as both characters mature the arguments slowly dissipate, something especially evident in the later chapters of the manga.

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Other characters, such as Miroku, Sango, and Shippo, often speculate that Kagome and InuYasha are in love. The two avoid discussing their relationship, but there are clear indications in the series of their bond. This includes displays of intimacy such as holding hands, frequent physical contact below the shoulder, and Kagome allowing InuYasha to rest his head on her lap. In Japanese culture, such gestures represent obvious feelings of love between two people. This is more evident after Kikyo's death when InuYasha asks Kagome to stay in modern Tokyo until Naraku is defeated, fearing that she will suffer the same fate as Kikyo. Kagome says that she will stay with InuYasha. In response to this, he holds her hand and tells her that he will protect her with his life. At this moment, they almost kiss, but are interrupted when Sota walks into the roomKagomeKagome
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Sesshomaru

Sesshomaru is a fictional character in the anime and manga series InuYasha created by Rumiko Takahashi. He is the older half-brother of the series' protagonist, InuYasha. Sesshomaru's role in the series has varied from antagonist, to hero, and most often an anti-hero, depending on his current situation, but he is consistently shown as InuYasha's rival and the two have fought many times. Their rivalry runs deep, influenced primarily by Sesshomaru's hatred for half-breeds (which InuYasha is) and his blaming InuYasha for the death of their father. He also hates InuYasha for possessing their father's legendary sword Tetsusaiga, which he believes is rightfully his.
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Initially portrayed as a cold, stoic character with a hatred of humans, Sesshomaru undergoes a series of trials throughout the series that reshape his beliefs and his relationships with those around him. These trials include his care for an orphan named Rin, and his possession of his father's second sword Tenseiga, which can revive the dead.

In an InuYasha character guide, it was revealed that Sesshomaru means "Killing Perfection".
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After Naraku's death, Kagome is sucked into a Meidou and transported inside the Shikon Jewel, where she experiences an illusion in which she lives out her normal life. InuYasha cuts his own Meido and leaps in to rescue her, but is delayed by the soul of Magatsuhi, the demon trapped in eternal combat against the priestess Midoriko's soul inside the jewel. Once Kagome sees through the illusion, the Shikon Jewel appears before her and tempts her with the chance to wish that none of the past events had ever happened. Magatsuhi reveals to InuYasha that, as a part of an eternal cycle of conflict, if Kagome was to perform a selfish wish on the jewel, her soul would be damned to fight the demons inside the jewel until the next miko over, with Naraku's soul replacing Magatsuhi. InuYasha refuses to believe the demon's assurances that Kagome will doom herself to that fate, and continues to fight him to reach her before it is too late.
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However, then InuYasha finally defeated Naraku and Magatsuhi inside the Shikon no Tama and arrives in the Meidou outside the jewel to save her, Kagome makes the wish for the jewel to disappear and it does. Afterwards, Kagome returns to the modern era for three years and returns at the age of 18 after her high school graduation. When she returns, she is reunited with InuYasha and marries him. Sango and Miroku are married with three children at the time. Rin is living with Kaede in the village, while Kohaku (now free from Naraku's control) continues his demon slayer training and work with Kirara. Kagome also learns that Shippo is studying to become a better fox demon.
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Sango

Sango (珊瑚, Sango? "coral") is a character in the manga and anime series InuYasha.

Sango is a highly skilled yōkai exterminator, or demon slayer, and a member of a group of exterminators trained to kill demons. Sango, like all other children of her village, started training to master the art of yōkai extermination from a very young age. Her preferred weapon is a huge boomerang called the Hiraikotsu, and is made of the bones of yōkai.

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InuYasha doesn't really trust Sango at first, but quickly comes to realize her value as both a fighter and a friend. He worries about her and protects her, but in most situations Sango can generally take care of herself. Sango and he are commonly found saving one another from peril. Sango has stated that she doesn't have a preference for which form InuYasha is in and will stand by him no matter what.
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