A fanlisting is a giant list of fans from all around the world for a particular subject. This fanlisting is for the anime and manga series Inuyasha .
Inuyasha is a shounen manga series by Takahashi Rumiko. It began running in Weekly Shounen Sunday in 1996 and is still going strong to this day. After 10+ years Takahashi announced the series was entering it's final arc and the ending is finally in sight (something many fans were starting to think may never happen xD). As of May 2008, 56 volumes of the manga have been published. In the US, the manga is being published by Viz. As of July 2008, 34 volumes have been released.
In 2000, the manga series was turned into an anime series. It ran in Japan from October 2000 until September 2004 and is 167 episodes long. It is also licensed by Viz in the US and has been completely released on dvd. It is also constantly being reaired on TV on the Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block. In addition to the anime series, four movies were created.
Inuyasha is a Fuedal Fairytale. In simple extremely basic terms it is an extremely long series about an average teenage human girl (who turns out not to be quite as average as it first seems), a half demon, a reincarnated miko, a magic well, a special tree, and a broken jewel. It involves in large parts a love triangle between Higurashi Kagome (that human teenage girl), InuYasha (that half demon), and Kikyou (that reincarnated miko/shrine maiden). In addition to the angst of that love triangle, the characters spend the bulk of their time trying to find pieces to that broken jewel I mentioned called the Shikon no Tama/Shikon Jewel/Jewel of Four Souls which was accidently broken by Kagome. Inuyasha, that sexy previously mentioned half demon has an equaly sexy demon half brother named Sesshomaru, who he is constantly fighting with. Add to the mix a band of scrappy, but loveable secondary characters (Miroku, Sango, Kirara, Shippo, Jakken, Rin, and Koga to name just a few) and it is no wonder fans have been following and loving this series for 10+ years.