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Inuyasha: Muso's Scorpion Form
Source: TV
Layers: 1
Sketches: 2
Cel Number: A9 END
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Added 11/3/2012
Updated 11/3/2012
This is a cel from Inuyasha episode 71 "Three-Sided Battle to the Death". This is from the scene where Inuyasha has a tough time battling Muso because of his regenerating powers. This cel is from the part where Muso once again recovers from the Wind Scar and pulls the pieces of his body back together.

Ever since this cel was posted up on Y!J, I lurked around it for weeks. Sadly I didn't have enough side money to make a bid on it when it first popped up, so I just decided to ignore it. To my surprise this one stayed up on auction for about 2 or 3 weeks with no bids whatsoever! I was sure such an awesome looking shot of Muso would go quickly, but I guess not!

Anyways this is a fantastic pan cel of Muso. I'm very happy I was able to get such a nice shot of him considering his importance in the series and how unique his scorpion form looks. I can't praise this show enough, so I'll just reaffirm how much love I have for the character designs. (If any of you guys out there have managed to sit through my boring ramblings, then you know how much I tend to repeat myself haha.) I always thought Muso's scorpion form was pretty cool, especially since it was something that Inuyasha couldn't just bat away with a Wind Scar, like he normally does. I have to give Muso credit for being one of the more tough villains that the Inu gang has had to face. (Which makes sense given that he's Onigumi, the wretch that started it all. =P)

I've also decided to add a youtube video of the scene in which each of my pieces of production art appears. (Just a warning that spoilers for the episode will be included). This cel appears at about 0:40. I hope some of you viewers out there enjoy these clips! Also, my apologies for any videos that may have become broken without my noticing. I edited these myself and are from my own youtube account, so I'll try to make sure they're running. xP

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