>Younger Toguro was a powerful demon who wanted to be killed by a human being
>Shinobu Sensui was a powerful human who sought to exterminate demons before his mental breakdown
How is it that they never fought? Was Sensui anywhere near as strong as he was during the Chapter Black saga back then? Did Toguro's power just plateau for fifty years?
I'd also agree but part of it was because of the dialogue difference between English and Japanese. In the Japanese he came off as less of a delinquent but in English they changed some of his dialogue so he comes off as an ass.
It makes you wonder what Sensui was doing the entire time that the human world was being threatened during the previous arcs before his own. If Yusuke had never existed as a spirit detective, would Sensui have eventually stepped in when shit hit the fan?
Toguro's Dark Tournament Arc was one of the best orchestrated arcs that actually pulled all the pieces together from earlier chapters in a final culmination.
Everything had reason by the time backstories were revealed, and the backstories didn't feel like they were retconned, either.
>Yusuke dies and becomes a spirit detective.
>He enters a tournament to become the pupil of a famously strong, but aging, master who lives in the middle of nowhere, by herself.
>In the Dark Tournamnet Arc, Genkai is revealed to be strong because in her younger age, she's a veteran winner of the Dark Tournament.
>She secluded herself in the mountains to develop a technique that could cure Toguro's madness, but ultimately is unable to complete her life's work and has her student inherit her Spirit Wave Orb.
>Her inclusion in Yusuke's team and return to the Dark Tournament was a foreshadowing to her death.
>Prior to Genkai's revealed backstory, Yusuke seeks to get the same kind of power Toguro has; Absolute power so that nobody can push him around.
>Upon Genkai's death and successful inheritance of the Spirit Wave Orb, Yusuke has personal motivation to defeat Toguro, not only because he's inherited Genkai's will and duty, but because he now seeks to equal the score.
>Yusuke also realizes that in life and battle, there are two paths to seek power. By embracing one's comrades, or by abandoning/destroying them. He follows by Genkai's example.
Hey Kuwabara is that your girlfriend?
I really liked Yusuke's english voice because he sounded very shounen and punk. Sometimes when I'm reading manga and there is a character who fits his profile I use his voice in my head.
>Not watching dubbed hakusho
Well done, newfag
Did you really not hear Kuwabaras english voice? It is literally worth a rewatch for his shit alone, it's so overdone it's ridiculous.
Using epic memetext won't help you blend in if you're anonymous, you gotta tripfag for that.
Jap VA is good too. Somehow he keeps getting roles as gods
Saddest part about YYH is that Togashi because of his laziness decided to end it prematurely.
All the arcs were well constructed, amazing backstories, logical, yet he had to fuck it up
Irony when Yusuke killed Sensui as a demon and Sensui died a human was beautiful.
You are now aware of the fact that it is common for shounen mangaka to pull things from their asses as they go along.
The last arc was meh at best. I'm glad it ended when it did instead of running the series into the ground like what happened with Dragon Ball, Naruto, Bleach etc.
Yeah, it was better he ended it before it became crap, in fact he gave this interview after ending it.