Yu Yu Hakusho CREDITS

Yu Yu Hakusho
Voice Directors: Justin Cook, Chris Cason (Temporary)

US Premiere: Feb 23, 2002
US Conclusion: 2006
Japan Premiere: Oct 12, 1992
Japan Conclusion: 1995

Seasons: 4
Episodes: 112

Animation Studio: Pierrot

Popularity: 64th All Time, 90th This Week

Franchise: Yu Yu Hakusho
Characters on BTVA: 98
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said at 5:24 AM on Mon Nov 13 2017
 1 Shout Out!
Probably the best Funimation dub of its time. It's no surprise that this dub still holds up in today's standards.
8000 Saiyans
said at 11:09 AM on Sat Nov 11 2017
 5 Shout Outs!
This show was really good.
said at 2:46 PM on Thu Apr 6 2017
 4 Shout Outs!
I adore this show with all my heart. I love it in all it forns, manga, subbed, dubbed, and yes even the movies and ovas. Megumi Ogata is my VA role model.

My only wish is that funimation had gotten the rights "the poltergeist report".
said at 9:03 AM on Thu Dec 15 2016
 5 Shout Outs!
I love this series, the females might not always be very well fleshed out(Keiko hi) but it is very captivating and had a lot of well fleshed out villains and every arc(except the last) are unique and have a lot of twist and turns

With that said Funimation dub is alright but I prefer the sub, Megumi Ogata has the best role of all of them I think
said at 12:48 AM on Fri Oct 21 2016
 8 Shout Outs!
One of the few anime series that didn't endlessly pad itself out until it no longer contained an ounce of uniqueness or went on repeating itself: the main characters were pretty well characterized and well rounded, the animation and artwork were for the most part great, the show could actually maintain a consistent tone and theme, and its premise was quite unique for its time (the idea of an afterlife being a complicated and chaotic bureaucracy). All in all, great show: doesn't matter if it's sub or dub, IMO.
said at 8:41 AM on Sun Nov 22 2015
 8 Shout Outs!
Yu Yu Hakusho might be one of the few shows where the sub is extremely underrated. I mean the dub is actually rather solid especially for its time when it was done in 2002 but I do feel some people don't give enough credit to the seiyuu cast here.

I'll admit Nozomu Sasaki's Yusuke feels less like a punk and more like a traditional shonen hero and that's how Justin Cook fits a lot more in the role. I still enjoy Sasaki though.

But I think the performance that really captivated me was Shigeru Chiba as Kuwabara. Don't get me wrong I did enjoy Christopher Sabat's Muscle Man esque voice and take on Kazuma but Chiba's voice just has these inflections and range where he can go from gruff to high and manic in a second and to me that was funnier. I think it was my favourite performance in the Japanese version.
Shaun Ince
said at 8:36 PM on Fri Oct 21 2016
@Autovolt Shigeru Chiba is just the best at playing characters who are bombastic & full of energy. Or any high energy character in general.
The Ear of One
said at 2:38 AM on Thu Jun 18 2015
 3 Shout Outs!
truly a classic of a dub. while there may be that dubs have changed for better or worse.
I gotta say this Dub really prove that teh Anime Dub are more then just Dubs.
they are Awesome and Gifted Actors in the Buisness.
truly a good cast.
said at 7:56 PM on Sun Jun 14 2015
 3 Shout Outs!
Does anyone else here get hit hard with feels whenever they listen to this?

said at 5:43 PM on Thu Oct 20 2016
Definitely. I love the OST for the Series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mNNWivqU0g
said at 5:06 PM on Mon Jun 17 2013
 6 Shout Outs!
Man, I can't help but think of what could have been with this series' last season. I heard something about the author of the manga having to quit early and that he had more planned.

Seriously, how awesome would it have been if there had been an all-out demon war? With Yusuke leading Raizen's army against the other two perspective armies with Hiei, Kurama, and the other two kings at the helm of each? That would have been absolutely, mind-blowingly awesome. If the last arc had been that awesome this might have actually made it into being my favorite animated series of all time.

Still, this show is a freaking classic and there are many, many things to love about it. One of my absolute favorites and it always gives me a feeling of nostalgia when I start it over again. Heck, this show is so good that even though I didn't watch it on Toonami and didn't start watching it until 2008, it still filled me with so much joy that it felt like a missing piece of my childhood just within the first several episodes.

Long live Yu Yu Hakusho!
said at 7:40 PM on Mon Dec 16 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy agreed man a demon war would've been perfect
said at 8:39 PM on Tue Dec 17 2013
@Seandream91 Glad we could find something that we most certainly agree on. :)
Polyester Funk
said at 12:18 AM on Wed Dec 18 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy A big demon war would have been quite a thing to see. The tournament was alright, but Kurama and Hiei didn't have much of an impact in it as I recall.
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