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(2013) Hunter × Hunter (: ハンター×ハンター,: Hantā Hantā, abbreviated: HxH) is a Japanese series written and illustrated. It has been serialized in magazine and journal since March 3, 1998, although the manga has frequently gone on extended hiatuses since 2006. As of February 2018, 370 chapters have been collected into 35 volumes. The story focuses on a young boy named, who discovers that his father, who he was told was dead, is actually alive and a world-renowned, a licensed profession for those who specialize in fantastic pursuits such as locating rare or unidentified animal species, treasure hunting, surveying unexplored enclaves, or hunting down lawless individuals. Despite being abandoned by his father, Gon departs upon a journey to follow in his footsteps, pass the rigorous Hunter Examination, and eventually find his father.

Along the way, Gon meets various other Hunters and also encounters the paranormal. The original inspiration for the manga came from Togashi's own hobby.

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In 1999, Hunter × Hunter was adapted into a 62-episode television series produced by and directed. The show premiered on Japan's and ran until 2001. Three separate (OVAs) totaling 30 episodes were subsequently produced by Nippon Animation and released in Japan from 2002 to 2004.

A second anime television series by aired on from October 2011 to September 2014, with two animated theatrical films released in 2013. There are also numerous audio albums, and other media based on Hunter × Hunter.

The manga has been translated into English and released in North America by since April 2005. Both television series were also licensed by Viz, with the first series having aired on the in 2009 and the second series premiering on 's block since April 16, 2016. Though viewed as a light-hearted anime at first, the series dives into darker themes such as revenge, desire, and greed. Hunter × Hunter has been a huge critical and financial success and has become one of Shueisha's, having sold 66 million copies in Japan alone as of 2014. Main article: Setting Hunters ( ハンター, Hantā) are licensed, elite members of humanity who are capable of tracking down secret treasures, rare beasts, or even other individuals.

To obtain a license one must pass the rigorous annual Hunter Examination run by the, which has a success rate of less than one in a hundred-thousand. A Hunter may be awarded up to three stars; a single star for making 'remarkable achievements in a particular field'; they may then be upgraded to two stars for 'holding an official position' and mentoring another Hunter up to single star level; and finally upgraded to three stars for 'remarkable achievements in multiple fields.' Nen ( 念) is the ability to control one's own life energy or aura, which is constantly emitted from them whether they know it or not. There are four basic Nen techniques; Ten ( 纏) maintains the aura in the body, strengthening it for defense, Zetsu ( 絕) shuts the aura flow off, useful for concealing one's presence and relieving fatigue, Ren ( 練) enables a user to produce more Nen, and Hatsu ( 發) is a person's specific use of Nen. Nen users are classified into six types based on their Hatsu abilities; Enhancers ( 強化系, Kyōkakei) strengthen and reinforce their natural physical abilities, Emitters ( 放出系, Hōshutsukei) project aura out of their bodies, Manipulators ( 操作系, Sōsakei) control objects or living things, Transmuters ( 変化系, Henkakei) change the type or properties of their aura, Conjurers ( 具現化系, Gugenkakei) create objects out of their aura, and Specialists ( 特質系, Tokushitsukei) have unique abilities that do not fall into the previous categories.

A Nen user can enter into a Contract ( 誓約, Seiyaku) whereby pledging to follow certain Limitations ( 制約, Seiyaku), their abilities are strengthened in relation to how strict they are. An example of this is Kurapika who, in order to have an unbreakable chain that will hold members of the Phantom Troupe no matter what, offered his life should he use it on anyone other than its members. Plot The story follows a young boy named, who was told all his life that both his parents were dead. But when he learns from, an apprentice of his father, that he is still alive and has since become an accomplished Hunter, Gon leaves his home on Whale Island ( くじら島, Kujira Tō) to take the Hunter Examination ( ハンター試験, Hantā Shiken) in order to become a Hunter like him. During the exam, Gon meets and soon befriends three of the other applicants:, the last remaining member of the Kurta clan who wishes to become a Hunter in order to avenge his clan and recover their scarlet-glowing eyes that were plucked from their corpses by a band of thieves known as the;, a prospective physician who, in order to pay for medical school, desires the financial benefits that Hunters receive; and, another twelve-year-old boy who has left his former life as a member of the world's most notorious assassin family.

Among many other examinees, Gon continuously encounters, a mysterious and deadly who takes an interest in him. After passing by many trials together, Gon and his friends end up passing the exam except for Killua, who fails after killing another applicant due to being controlled by his brother, Illumi, and runs away to his family's estate in shame. After Gon and the others convince Killua to rejoin their side, Leorio and Kurapika depart temporarily for their own personal reasons, while Gon and Killua set for the Heavens Arena ( 天空闘技場, Tenkū Tōgijō), a skyscraper where thousands of martial artists compete daily in fighting tournaments, seeking to improve themselves, and gain monetary rewards. There they meet a kung fu master named Wing, who trains them in utilizing Nen, a -like life energy used by its practicers to manifest, and is also considered to be the final requirement to pass the Hunter Exam. Sometime later, Gon and his friends reunite again in Yorknew City ( ヨークシンシティ, Yōkushin Shiti) where they have a clash with the Phantom Troupe.

During the occasion, Two from the band of thieves are killed by Kurapika and he is forced to give up the chance of hunting down the rest. In order to rescue Gon and Killua, who were captured by them, but not without succeeding in sealing the powers of their leader. A few days later, Gon and Killua achieve their objective and begin playing, an extremely rare and expensive video game with Nen-like properties following some clues about Ging's whereabouts. While exploring the game, it is revealed that its scenario is actually set somewhere in the real world, created with Nen by none other than Ging himself. Outclassed by the difficulty of the challenges in the game at first, they are soon joined and trained by, an experienced teacher of Nen and kung fu master. With the help of Biscuit, Gon and Killua train their Nen and learn to shape their abilities to their traits. During their stay on Greed Island, Killua takes a short break to apply for the Hunter Examination again, this time passes with success.

The trio then complete the game together against all odds and Gon obtains the right to choose the artifacts from the game necessary to reunite with his father. However, Gon decides to have Killua accompany him to meet his father using the artifacts, but they send them to meet Kite instead. The duo then decide to help with Kite's research, and upon discovering a giant insect limb the group discovers that it came from a man-sized queen.

An insect that devours other creatures and then gives birth to progeny that inherit the characteristics of the different species it has eaten. The queen washes up onto an island nation called the Neo-Green Life (N.G.L.) Autonomous Region, where she quickly develops a taste for humans and builds a colony powerful enough to overcome the population, especially after her offspring learn the power of Nen after consuming some Hunters. Upon facing the Royal Guard of the Chimera Ants, Kite sacrifices himself to allow Gon and Killua to flee and alert the Hunter Association. After weeks of preparation, the Association sends a team of some of their most powerful Hunters, including, the president of the Association himself to defeat the Ants and their king, whose subjects secretly overthrew the government of the nearby Republic of East Gorteau ( 東ゴルトー共和国) as part of their plan of subduing all of mankind. Despite losing to Meruem in combat, Netero ends up killing him with a bomb implanted in his body that poisons him to death soon after. In the occasion, Gon has a showdown with Neferpitou, the Ant who killed Kite and despite having exacted his revenge is hospitalized and in critical condition.

After the Chimera Ant incident is resolved, the Hunter Association's top echelons, from which Ging is a member, begin the process of choosing Netero's replacement as Chairman, while Killua returns home to ask for his younger sister to save Gon's life. However, his family is unwilling to risk losing Alluka or having her dangerous powers used against them, but after evading his older brother Illumi's attempts to intercept him, Killua manages to bring Alluka to Gon's side and have him fully recovered, before sealing her powers completely to ensure that she can have a normal life. Killua then parts ways with Gon, as he wants to travel the world with Alluka who had never seen the outside world before, while Gon himself finally meets his father and learns the true nature of his quest. Some time later, Netero's son assembles an expedition to the Dark Continent ( 暗黒大陸, Ankoku Tairiku). The forbidden, vast area outside of the known world that is sponsored by the Kingdom of Kakin.

Fearing that the expedition may bring disaster to the world, just like it occurred in previous attempts, the world's five greatest powers accept that Kakin join their ranks in exchange for full authority over its findings. To accompany Beyond and prevent him from doing something unexpected, the Zodiacs decide to watch over him and invite Kurapika and Leorio to join them. While replacing Ging and the former Vice-Chairman Pariston, who assembled their own teams by Beyond's request.

Aboard Kakin's expedition's ship, the princes take part in a battle to the death to decide the next king, and Kurapika infiltrates the royalty's security force along with some of his friends after learning that one of the princes has a large collection of eyes from the Kurta Clan. Meanwhile, members of the Phantom Troupe also infiltrate the ship while Hisoka, after almost being killed by Chrollo who had previously recovered his powers, decides to hunt down all of the members of the Troupe one by one in revenge.

Production Author explained that one of his hobbies was objects of all sorts, so he was inspired to create a involving collecting titled 'Hunter'. He came up with the final name Hunter × Hunter while watching the television, in which the hosts often repeated what they said to make the audience laugh. The '×' in the title is silent. As with his previous series, Togashi used and Kabura pens for his illustrations but began using an to color them. Togashi uses few or no assistants in the manga's production; however, fellow and future wife assisted Togashi in adding to single-color pages for the first volume.

With the birth of their first son early in its publication, Togashi felt that this personal aspect of his life would be a great influence on his work, particularly the manga's theme of a young boy searching for his father. There have been several instances in which Togashi has apologized to readers in Weekly Shōnen Jump for low quality artwork and promised to redraw portions of the chapters for their tankōbon (collected volume) releases.

In addition, the publication history of the Hunter × Hunter manga has been plagued with hiatuses, in which serialized chapters would be separated by extended periods of time. After returning from a two-year-long hiatus in June 2014, and joining the English language lineup, the manga went on another just two months later. The series returned from this hiatus, which has been its longest to date, on April 18, 2016. However, just over two months later, Hunter × Hunter began another hiatus on June 4, 2016, until resuming serialization again on June 26, 2017. Just over two months later, on August 31st, it was announced the series will go on hiatus again, with plans to return by the end of the year. The series returned in the 9th issue of Shonen Jump on January 29, 2018, before entering in hiatus again on April 9, 2018. The manga will return on September 22.

Media Manga. Main article: Written and illustrated by Yoshihiro Togashi, the Hunter × Hunter manga began its ongoing serialization in Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine on March 3, 1998. Shueisha has compiled most of the chapters into 35 volumes as of February 2018. In December 2011, Shueisha began republishing the manga into a magazine-styled format. The company published one volume per month for a total of six volumes, covering up to the end of the Greed Island story arc.

In December 2012, Togashi wrote a two-part manga titled Kurapika's Memories ( クラピカ追憶編, Kurapika Tsuioku-hen) to act as a prequel to the first animated film. Author created a 69-page of a manga chapter depicting the past of Hunter × Hunter 's Hisoka. The storyboard was released digitally via Shonen Jump+ on June 2, 2016. In April 2005, began publishing the manga in English in North America. Viz marketed the series as part of its 'Shonen Jump Advanced' line for readers in their older teens and young adults. Viz included the Kurapika's Memories chapters in the December 17 and 24, 2012 issues of their digital English magazine. All thirty-two volumes have been released in North America as of April 2014.

On April 22, 2014, it was announced that Hunter × Hunter would be joining Viz's digital English magazine Weekly Shonen Jump. The manga has also been licensed and translated into multiple languages throughout Europe and other parts of Asia. For instance, it was serialized between 2001 and 2005 in, a German version of Weekly Shōnen Jump. Anime First series (1999). Main article: The first Hunter × Hunter adaptation was produced by the company and directed by, who had previously directed the television series. A total of 62 episodes of Hunter × Hunter were broadcast on the Japanese network from October 16, 1999 to March 31, 2001 during the same Saturday evening timeslot as the anime version of Togashi's previous series YuYu Hakusho. Additionally, Hunter × Hunter has aired on the station.

Although it closely follows the manga, the violence in the anime version is lessened for younger audiences. Has released all episodes of the series in Japan on in 13 separate volumes between September 20, 2000 and September 19, 2001. Viz Media licensed the Hunter × Hunter anime for distribution in the market, with English voice-work handled by at in,. The series was released on four DVD boxed sets from December 9, 2008 to December 1, 2009.

Starting with the second set, Viz partnered with to distribute the DVDs. Hunter × Hunter began airing in the United States on the in the spring of 2009.

Original video animations. Main article: When the Hunter × Hunter anime covered most of its source material by 2001, Nippon Animation made the decision to end the adaptation rather than continue it with.

Due to fans' unsatisfied reactions to the conclusion of the television series, three subsequent OVAs were produced by Nippon Animation. These carried the plot from where the broadcast left off during the Yorknew City arc and covered the Greed Island arc.

The first OVA series was directed by Satoshi Saga and ran for eight episodes in four released volumes from January 17 to April 17, 2002. The second OVA series, Hunter × Hunter: Greed Island, was directed by Yukihiro Matsushita and ran for eight episodes in four released volumes from February 19 to May 21, 2003. The third OVA series, Hunter × Hunter: G.I.

Final, was directed by Makoto Sato and ran for 14 episodes in seven released volumes from March 3 to August 18, 2004. After the original anime's initial run on Animax, the OVAs were aired successively. Viz has shown no intention of releasing English versions of the OVAs. Second series (2011). Retrieved October 26, 2017.

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