Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 10, 1992 to Jan 7, 1995
Premiered: Fall 1992
Producers: Yomiko Advertising, Fuji TV
Studios: Studio Pierrot
Genres: Action, Comedy, Demons, Supernatural, Martial Arts, Shounen
Duration: 24 min per ep
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Resolution: 720p, 1080p, 480p
Type: Dual Audio, BD
Characters & Voice Actors
ED1: “Homework ga Owaranai” by Matsuko Mawatari (eps 1-29)
ED2: “Sayonara bye bye” by Matsuko Mawatari (eps 30-59)
ED3: “Unbalance na Kiss wo Shite” by Hiro Takahashi (eps 60-83)
ED4: “Taiyou ga Mata Kagayaku Toki” by Hiro Takahashi (eps 84-102)
ED5: “Daydream Generation” by Matsuko Mawatari (eps 103-111)
ED6: “Hohoemi no Bakudan” by Matsuko Mawatari (ep 112)
02: Koenma of the Spirit Realm! A trial Towards Resurrection.
03: Kuwabara in a Corner! A Man’s Oath.
04: Requirements for Lovers
05: Yuusuke’s Back
06: The Three Youkai! Hiei, Kurama, Gouki
07: Gouki and Kurama
08: The Three Eyes of Hiei
09: The Search Begins
10: Kuwabara’s Spirit Sword
11: Hard Fights for Yusuke
12: Rando Rises, Kuwabara Falls
13: Yusuke VS. Rando: 99 Attacks
14: The Beasts of Maze Castle
15: Beautiful Dance of the Rose! The Elegant Kurama
16: Byakko, the White Tiger
17: Byakko’s Lair
18: Seiryu, the Blue Dragon
19: Suzaku, Leader of the Beasts
20: Seven Ways to Die
21: Yusuke’s Sacrifice
22: Lamenting Beauty
23: The Toguro Brothers Gang
24: The Deadly Triad
25: Kuwabara’s Fight of Love
One of the greatest Shounen series of all-time. With a lovable, well-written cast of characters, super cool abilities and awesome battles.
There’s something for everyone, including action, comedy, mystery and romance. It’s honest and unpretentious but at times a bit repetitive.
The adventure of a delinquent who dies turned spirit detective is often packed with hilarity and gut punching action. Heartfelt to the core
A great shōnen series that starts off great and ends great. Full of action, laughs, and real genuine tear jerking moments
Yoshihiro Togashi’s first resounding success. A battle shonen for the ages.
This is a great show. I would recommend anyone to watch it beginning to end.
Togashi’s first major work that leaves you feeling nostalgic and reminds you of why you fell in love with anime.