top of page


Public·33 members
Charles Watson
Charles Watson

Yu Yu Hakusho Episode 11 __LINK__

A note on the "season" nomenclature: The seasons that comprise the following list correspond to the box sets released in North America by Funimation. However, these "seasons" only correspond to story arcs, and not to the pattern in which the show actually aired in either Japan or the United States. In Japan, Yu Yu Hakusho was aired year-round continuously, with regular pre-emptions for sporting events and television specials taking place, not split into standard seasonal cycles. In the United States, the show did indeed have four seasons, but those contained different episodes than on the DVDs. Season One contained episodes 121, Season Two contained 2253, Season Three contained 5489, and Season Four contained 90112.

Yu Yu Hakusho Episode 11

Yu Yu Hakusho was an anime series that ran from 1992 to 2018. In total 114 episodes of Yu Yu Hakusho were aired. With a total of 1 reported filler episode, Yu Yu Hakusho has a very low filler percentage of 1%.

Stephanie has since returned to voice acting through Cartoon Network's TV series OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes, starring as the eponymous K.O., a young martial artist and hero in training. She voices the character in the pilot, mobile game and selective episodes/shorts but the role is frequently and more-recently played by Courtenay Taylor, who voices him for the majority of the show's route to the console game adaption. 041b061a72


Welcome to the group! You can connect with other members, ge...


Group Page: Groups_SingleGroup
bottom of page