July 20th sees the debut of Shoen Jump Giga, a revamped version of what was Jump NEXT, a magazine collecting spin-off and special works by the mainstay Jump creators, along with stories by fresh creators. An early look at what's in store for the magazine has a Yoshihiro Togashi X Masashi Kishimoto talk between the creators of Hunter x Hunter and Naruto, plus a spin-off of My Hero Academia in the works.
If you're just now jumping on the Hunter x Hunter train and want to own the episodes you've seen on Cartoon Network's Toonami block, you're in luck. Hit the jump for more!
After a good, dozen-chapter run in which author comments suggested considerable health improvement and maintenance, Yoshihiro Togashi's Hunter x Hunter manga will again be going on hiatus. More after the jump.
It's a holiday weekend coming up in the US, meaning that Adult Swim's Toonami block is programming a marathon. For July 2, 2016, it's seven episodes of Hunter x Hunter between 11:30pm and 2:30am, specifically, the first seven. Check out the promo after the jump.
According to the latest report published by Oricon, the 33rd volume of Yoshihiro Togashi's Hunter x Hunter manga takes first place in its weekly manga sales charts selling an impressive 650,817 copies in its first week, 200,000 copies more than the 20th volume of Yusei Matsui's Assassination Classroom in second. Hit the jump for more details.
On June 3, 2016, after 53 months, a new volume of Yoshihiro Togashi's Hunter x Hunter (33) was released. On June 6th, 2016, after 20 months, a new volume of Kouta Hirano's Drifters (5) was released. On June 24, 2016, after 39 months, there's a new volume (38) of Kentarō Miura's Berserk is being released. Check the temperature of the Home For Infinite Losers, because, as light novel author SOW observed, some really crazy stars must have aligned this month!
It's been a little while since a volume of Hunter x Hunter was collected, but volume 33 hits Japan on June 3 (the previous entry, Volume 32, was released in Japan in December of 2012 and in America in April of 2014). An early look at the cover showcases the dangerous looking current status-quo Kurapika. Get a look after the jump.
Since Hunter x Hunter's return, it has becomes very evident that the series' extended hiatus had nothing to do with laziness, DraQue or other joked-about causes. Author Yoshihiro Togashi spoke about his severe back pain leading into the series' April 18th return, then he spoke about it again in every Shonen Jump comment since then. More after the jump.