Nothing illustrates "Hunter x Hunter" heartbreak quite like a series of highly informative charts & graphs
When the going gets tough, the data gets granular, and so frustrated fans of Yoshihiro Tagashi's popular-but-frequently postponed manga, Hunter x Hunter, have created a website that tracks and organizes information related to the publication of the series and its many hiatuses.
Aside from tracking exactly which issues of Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump include a chapter of Hunter x Hunter since the series began serialization in 1998, the website (available here) also includes data such as the current publication status and statistics exploring the length of various hiatuses over the years.
All of the data is organized in a series of easy-to-read graphs and charts. It's an impressive effort chronicling Hunter x Hunter's long and often rocky publication history.
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