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.
Unless you're young or new to manga, you realize that many manga artists evolve their visual style over time. Even then, Hunter x Hunter's Yoshihiro Togashi has hardly had a static approach to drawing his characters. So, when the online reaction is "Togashi has forgotten how to draw his characters!" it's at least part facetious. And yet... wow... that's a dramatic difference in one returning character!
Hunter x Hunter is back and in author comments and interviews, creator Yoshihiro Togashi is making it very clear that the long absence was due to health problems and not video game addiction, laziness or the like. So, now that the Dragon Quest rumors are put to rest, there are new ones taking their place. More after the jump.
The April 18, 2016 release of the 20th issue of the current Japanese print-run of Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump manga anthology magazine marks the official return to serialization of Yoshihiro Tagashi's much-beloved but often-delayed fantasy adventure manga, Hunter x Hunter, and more good news is on the way for Hunter x Hunter fans. Hit the jump to learn more.
Starting on Saturday, April 16th at 1:00am, Toonami will be running the 2011 adaptation of Yoshihiro Togashi's action manga Hunter x Hunter. This weekend, the Adult Swim block ran a promo looking ahead to the premiere. Check it out after the jump.
Met with some incredulity due to its April 1st reveal, Viz/Shonen Jump and Toonami have announced that the Adult Swim block will be carrying the the 2011 adaptation of Yoshihiro Togashi's action manga Hunter x Hunter starting Saturday, April 16th. More after the jump.
While a bit less amazing than the earlier Gon, Biscuit and Hisoka figures, Hunter x Hunter aficionados still won't be able to say no to the new Bandai Premium - Next Vendor's Innovation Kurapika. As would be expected, he has a glowing scarlet eyes gimmick. Reservations run March 31-May 6, with the 13.5cm Kurta selling for 4,444yen ahead of a July release.
In a follow-up to last fall's announcement of Hunter x Hunter DVDs and Blu-rays, at this weekend's Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2), Viz Media started introducing the English dub cast for the 2011 anime. See who's who after the jump.
Megumi Han, voice of Hunter x Hunter's Gon Freecss and Mariya Ise, voice of Killua Zoldyck, recently got a chance to renew their friendship. Shortly after the two had a chance to reminisce, they were excited to learn that the Hunter x Hunter'manga's return has been scheduled. Get a look at their reunion photo after the jump.
Shueisha confirmed in the latest 16th issue of its Weekly Shonen Jump, which was officially published today in Japan, that the long-awaited serialization of Yoshihiro Togashi's Hunter x Hunter manga will resume in the upcoming 20th issue to be released on April 18. Hit the jump for more details.
An early look at Shonen Jump has revealed the manga magazine's schedule for its slate of returning all-stars. Check out the impressive line-up after the jump.