"Inuyasha, Kagome, and Shippo cross paths with a devious, thieving young monk who has designs on Kagome's sacred jewel shards ... and clues about what may have happened between Inuyasha and Kikyo 50 years ago! Later, is a shard of the Shikon Jewel to blame in a town where paintings of demons are mysteriously coming to life to terrorize the villagers? And when Inuyasha's half-brother Sesshomaru returns with a powerful new partner, their unholy alliance may be more than Inuyasha and his friends can handle!"--P.  of cover.
Rated T+ for older teens.
First published by Shogakukan, Inc. in Japan as "TV Anime-ban Inuyasha."
"Animaton from the hit TV series presented in comic form"--P.  of cover.
"This book reads from right to left"--P.  of cover.
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