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While Prince of Tennis makes the admirable attempt to cater to both novices and experienced players, it ends up appealing to neither. References to actual tennis moves, tips and common advice are noteworthy, but the exaggerated storytelling can be irritating on many levels. Prince of Tennis does a fair job of staying true to the sport, but the series falls short of satisfying the soul on a readership level when few of the readers can honestly say, "Oh yeah, I went through that back in middle school." It's going to take some plot work before more readers with tennis experience can relate to the characters on a personal level.
To continue the baseball metaphor, Inuyasha hits just enough of the bases to knock a few episodes out of the park. The first episode, included on this disc with two others, is one such installment, setting up the story nicely and introducing enough of the show's relatively limited cast to keep the viewer engaged. While the characters haven't really blossomed yet, we do get a glimpse of what's to come, even if any potential growth (aside from the woefully underdeveloped semi-romance between the titular anti-hero and our female protagonist, which is implied from the second they first meet) is masked by the relative brevity of the proceedings.