History Manga / HunterxHunter

22nd Aug '16 4:52:48 AM kuchiki222
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** [[spoiler: In a few hours, the King will die! ]]
21st Aug '16 5:54:19 AM Lionheart0
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* AnachronicOrder: The actual Invasion during the Chimera ArcAnt arc hops between multiple scenes happening simultaneously.
19th Aug '16 8:20:18 PM Sushi
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** In regards to adaptations, the 1999 TV anime has a much more somber and moody tone than either the original manga or 2011 remake. It also amplifies the focus on Killua's moodiness and Kurapika's PTSD.

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** In regards to adaptations, the 1999 TV anime has a much more somber and moody tone than either the original manga or 2011 remake.remake for the most part. It also amplifies the focus on Killua's moodiness and Kurapika's PTSD. Though the 2011 adaptation eventually gets even darker than that with its adaptation of the Chimera ant arc, completely devoid of its previous infamous censorship, showing the full uncensored extent of the manga's gore and violence, muting the previously bright colors to dark levels, and incorporating an epic and dark soundtrack and more mature character designs.
26th Jul '16 4:29:55 AM lalaTKG
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** Another side effect is that technology seems to have gotten a bit more advanced in recent chapters. Cell phones look like they've leapt ahead 5 years and at one point Killua is clearly using some kind of tablet PC. The Madhouse remake also retcons a few things, like VHS tapes turned into discs and a lot of the older-looking [=TVs=] in the show have been changed to LCDs.

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** Another side effect is that technology seems to have gotten a bit more advanced in recent chapters. Cell phones look like they've leapt ahead 5 years and at one point Killua is clearly using some kind of tablet PC. The Madhouse remake also retcons a few things, like VHS tapes turned into discs and a lot of the older-looking [=TVs=] in the show have been changed to LCDs.[=LCDs=].
26th Jul '16 4:27:10 AM lalaTKG
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* ProphecyTwist: The line "the Spider will lose half its legs" is interpreted as five members dying, but while there are twelve "legs" in the Spider, a real spider only has eight. At the end of the Yorknew City arc, Pakunoda and Uvogin died, Hisoka defected, and Chrollo was estranged, so half the legs of a spider were indeed lost. Though with [[spoiler: the deaths of Shalnark and Kortopi]] coupled with the deaths of those aforementioned, their original hypothesis of the prophecy is very close to coming true.
22nd Jul '16 2:58:17 PM DarkaMonster
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The 2011 anime was one of the most requested shows for {{Creator/Toonami}} on Creator/AdultSwim, and fans finally got their wish when Viz Media announced that their brand new English Dub for the series will premiere on the block on April 16, 2016 at 1:00am EST, taking over ''[[Manga/{{Parasyte}} Parasyte -the maxim-]]'''s slot once that show ends its run.

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The 2011 anime was one of the most requested shows for {{Creator/Toonami}} on Creator/AdultSwim, and fans finally got their wish when Viz Media announced that their brand new English Dub for the series will would premiere on the block on April 16, 2016 at 1:00am EST, taking over ''[[Manga/{{Parasyte}} Parasyte -the maxim-]]'''s slot once that show ends ended its run.
22nd Jul '16 11:12:25 AM hergablerg
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* ContinuityNod: During the Chimera Ant Arc, Killua tells a villain that he mastered the game of darts when he was six (or seven, he can't remember). During a flashback in the 13th Chairman Election Arc, Killua is seen to be about that age, talking with his parents [[spoiler: about Alluka]] and (very masterfully) playing darts.
16th Jul '16 8:16:45 AM WNinja
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** A straight example would be [[spoiler:the Chimera Ant King, who gains the ability to use Pouf's spiritual message and Youpi's transforming and rage based explosions after consuming a large portion of their bodies. ]]
1st Jul '16 7:53:50 PM comicwriter
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** The series also received a ShoutOut in ''Sailor Moon: Crystal,'' where Ami and Usagi are at an arcade and one of the arcade games is Greed Island.

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** The In turn, the series also received a ShoutOut in ''Sailor Moon: Crystal,'' ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal,'' where Ami and Usagi are at an arcade and one of the arcade games is Greed Island.Island.
** [[Manga/UruseiYatsura Lum]] makes a {{Cameo}} appearance as an announcer girl aboard the Black Whale.
1st Jul '16 7:19:15 PM crlawrence94
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The series is notable for having many long hiatus breaks during its run, one of which continued for a grand total of 1 year and 20 days! ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' returned in 2010 ''Weekly Shonen Jump'' Double Issue #5-6, and ran for 20 chapters. It then went back into a year long hiatus since 2010 ''Weekly Shonen Jump'' Issue #26, but has finally returned again in 2011 ''Weekly Shonen Jump'' Issue #35-36, for 30 chapters then it went on a break again on Issue #16, 2012. It ''seemed'' to have settled into a system where we get one ''tankobon'' (single volume collecting ~10 chapters) every 6 months, instead of every 2 months; this puts ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' on par with mangas that get a new chapter each month, instead of each week. The manga is now back on track as of April 2016, and has been releasing chapters at a somewhat stable rate. Unfortunately, as of June 30, 2016, it has taken another "Series Hiatus".

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The series is notable for having many long hiatus breaks during its run, one of which continued for a grand total of 1 year and 20 days! ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' returned in 2010 ''Weekly Shonen Jump'' Double Issue #5-6, and ran for 20 chapters. It then went back into a year long hiatus since 2010 ''Weekly Shonen Jump'' Issue #26, but has finally returned again in 2011 ''Weekly Shonen Jump'' Issue #35-36, for 30 chapters then it went on a break again on Issue #16, 2012. It ''seemed'' to have settled into a system where we get one ''tankobon'' (single volume collecting ~10 chapters) every 6 months, instead of every 2 months; this puts ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' on par with mangas that get a new chapter each month, instead of each week. The manga is now back on track as of April 2016, and has been releasing chapters at a somewhat stable rate. Unfortunately, as of June 30, 2016, it has taken another "Series Hiatus".
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