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Hunter X Hunter 2011

Hunter Hunter is an anime television series that aired from 2011 to 2014 based on Yoshihiro Togashi's manga series Hunter Hunter. The story begins with a young boy named Gon Freecss, who one day discovers that the father who he thought was dead, is in fact alive and well. He learns that his father, Ging, is a legendary "Hunter", an individual who has proven themselves an elite member of humanity. Despite the fact that Ging left his son with his relatives in order to pursue his own dreams, Gon becomes determined to follow in his father's footsteps, pass the rigorous "Hunter Examination", and eventually find his father to become a Hunter in his own right.

Hunter X Hunter 2011

This new Hunter Hunter anime was announced on July 24, 2011.[1] It is a complete reboot of the anime adaptation starting from the beginning of the manga, with no connections to the first anime from 1999. Produced by Nippon TV, VAP, Shueisha and Madhouse, the series is directed by Hiroshi Kōjina, with Atsushi Maekawa and Tsutomu Kamishiro handling series composition, Takahiro Yoshimatsu designing the characters and Yoshihisa Hirano composing the music. Instead of having the old cast reprise their roles for the new adaptation, the series features an entirely new cast to voice the characters. The new series premiered airing weekly on Nippon TV and the nationwide Nippon News Network from October 2, 2011.[2] The series started to be collected in both DVD and Blu-ray format on January 25, 2012.[3] Viz Media has licensed the anime for a DVD/Blu-ray release in North America with an English dub.[4] On television, the series began airing on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block on April 17, 2016, and ended on June 23, 2019.[5][6][7]

Hunter Hunter (stylized as HUNTERHUNTER and pronounced "hunter hunter"[3]) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshihiro Togashi. It has been serialized in Shueisha's shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump since March 1998, although the manga has frequently gone on extended hiatuses since 2006. Its chapters have been collected in 37 tankōbon volumes as of November 2022. The story focuses on a young boy named Gon Freecss who discovers that his father, who left him at a young age, is actually a world-renowned Hunter, a licensed professional who specializes in fantastical pursuits such as locating rare or unidentified animal species, treasure hunting, surveying unexplored enclaves, or hunting down lawless individuals. Gon departs on a journey to become a Hunter and eventually find his father. Along the way, Gon meets various other Hunters and encounters the paranormal.

Hunter Hunter was adapted into a 62-episode anime television series produced by Nippon Animation and directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi, which ran on Fuji Television from October 1999 to March 2001. Three separate original video animations (OVAs) totaling 30 episodes were subsequently produced by Nippon Animation and released in Japan from 2002 to 2004. A second anime television series by Madhouse aired on Nippon Television from October 2011 to September 2014, totaling 148 episodes, with two animated theatrical films released in 2013. There are also numerous audio albums, video games, musicals, and other media based on Hunter Hunter.

Written and illustrated by Yoshihiro Togashi, the Hunter Hunter manga began its serialization in Shueisha's shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump on March 16, 1998.[50] Shueisha has compiled most of the chapters into individual tankōbon volumes. The first volume was released on June 4, 1998.[51] As of November 4, 2022, thirty-seven volumes have been released.[52] The series has also been published in a sōshūhen edition that aims to recreate the manga as it was originally serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump in the same size and with the color pages. Eleven volumes were released between December 9, 2011, and April 18, 2014, covering up to the Election story arc.[53][54]

A new Hunter Hunter anime adaptation was announced in July 2011. Instead of continuing the story from the OVA series, it restarts the story from the beginning of the manga in an attempt to adapt it more accurately. The series is directed by Hiroshi Kōjina, produced by Madhouse, scripted by Atsushi Maekawa, and character designs were created by Takahiro Yoshimatsu. The series began airing Sunday mornings on Nippon Television starting October 2, 2011.[87] It switched to airing at 1:29 am on Tuesday nights from October 8, 2013 onwards.[88] The series ended on September 23, 2014 after 148 episodes.[89] An hour after each episode aired in Japan, American website Crunchyroll provided English subtitled simulcasts in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.[90] The series started airing on Animax Asia on April 24, 2012.[91] On October 9, 2015, Viz Media announced their license to the reboot anime at their panel at New York Comic Con.[92] They will release the anime on DVD/Blu-ray with an English dub. On April 1, 2016, it was announced that the series would premiere on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block, which began airing on April 17, 2016.[93][94] Madman Entertainment acquired the series for distribution in Australia and New Zealand,[95] and made the series available on AnimeLab.[96] Funimation began streaming the series in the United Kingdom and Ireland on July 17, 2020.[97]

In 2019, Polygon named the series as one of the best anime of the 2010s,[178] and Crunchyroll listed it in their "Top 25 best anime of the 2010s".[179] IGN also listed the Hunter Hunter 2011 adaptation among the best anime series of the 2010s.[180]

Gon Freecs è un bambino prodigio dell'isola della Balena che vive con la nonna e la zia. E' in grado di fare amicizia con tutti gli animali, compresi i più pericolosi, e il suo sogno è quello di diventare cacciatore (hunter), lo stesso lavoro del padre che lo ha abbandonato ancora in fasce. L'esame per diventare cacciatore è severissimo: solo 1 su 10.000 riesce anche solo a raggiungere la sede dell'esame, e dopo varie prove il numero degli ammessi è quasi sempre a una sola cifra. Il motivo per cui Gon vuole diventare cacciatore è duplice: primo ritrovare suo padre, secondo scoprire la bellezza di questo lavoro che ha spinto il padre ad abbandonare suo figlio per non doverlo interrompere. La storia inizia con Gon che riesce a convincere la zia a iscriverlo al pericoloso esame e che lascia l'Isola della Balena.Fonte: Animeclick

Hunter x HunterOriginal Titleハンターハンター (Hantā Hantā)Original Language JapaneseDubbing Studio Bang Zoom! EntertainmentVoice DirectorTony OliverTranslation & AdaptationJoel McDonaldRecordedJanuary 2016-October 2018Dub Country United StatesOriginal Country JapanEpisodes148Year2011-2014(Japan)2016-2019(United States)Hunter Hunter (ハンターハンター Hantā Hantā) is an anime television series based on Yoshihiro Togashi's manga of the same name. It originally aired in Japan between October 2, 2011 and September 23, 2014, consisting of 148 episodes. It premiered on Toonami on April 16, 2016 in North America, running to completion on June 22, 2019.

Now, Hunter x Hunter is moving full speed ahead, and Togashi is keeping the manga busy with an expanded staff. As for the Hunter x Hunter anime, sadly, it seems the shonen series is keeping its head down. The latest Hunter x Hunter anime to go live with Gon was in 2011. But should Togashi finish his manga one day, fans hope Hunter x Hunter will get a reboot to address the whole story. For now, you can watch the 2011 Hunter x Hunter anime over on Hulu and Crunchyroll, and Togashi's manga will be simulpubed in the Shonen Jump app whenever chapter 401 is eventually released. The Hunter x Hunter manga is currently in the midst of its Succession Contest arc.

Hunter Hunter (2011) was an anime series that ran from 2011 to 2014. In total 148 episodes of Hunter Hunter (2011) were aired. With a total of 2 reported filler episodes, Hunter Hunter (2011) has a very low filler percentage of 1%.

Here is my ranking of the Hunter x Hunter (2011) arcs from least to most favorite!ByKristinUpdated on August 2, 2022If you've found our content helpful and would like to support us further, please consider joining our new Patreon community!It's been quite some time since I watched Hunter x Hunter, but I still have that same excitement within me about the series as I did when I first completed it. It's one of my favorite anime series and I highly recommend it to anyone who has yet to give it a shot. In other news, the Hunter x Hunter manga, which has been on hiatus since 2018, may be returning soon.If you're looking to get into the manga, Hunter x Hunter volumes have started restocking at various retailers.Even with six seasons, Hunter x Hunter managed to maintain my attention with its strong character development, interesting personalities, and some of the best arcs in all of anime. Each arc feels fresh and are unique in their own ways, so I truly believe it has something for everyone.If you're looking to watch the series, Hunter x Hunter is currently streaming on Netflix, Hulu, Crunchyroll and Funimation. However, only Netflix and Crunchyroll have the complete series.I personally enjoyed every arc for different reasons, but I found myself emotionally invested more in certain ones. With that said, here is my ranking of the Hunter x Hunter (2011) arcs from least to most favorite.

The best moment within this arc, however, is the dodgeball game with Razor. It wouldn't seem like a dodgeball game would be all that exciting, but trust me, this showdown is one of my favorites and it is thrilling to watch. If anything, who doesn't want to see characters, like Gon, Killua, and Hisoka playing dodgeball. All in all, Greed Island stands out because it is unique and sees Gon and Killua grow as individuals as they overcome obstacles together in the dangerous world of Greed Island.Credit: ntv2. Yorknew City ArcEpisodes: 37-58If you asked me on a different day, the Yorknew City Arc would be my favorite arc in Hunter x Hunter. But if you ask me on most days, I would say it's the Chimera Ant Arc. I tend to go back and forth with these two, because both are amazing for completely different reasons. Yorknew City involves the entrance of one of my favorite groups of villains, the Phantom Troupe, and it has some of the best fights and storylines in the entire series.There is also a focus on Kurapika, who goes on the hunt to avenge his clan. You see him really come into his own and he's an absolute badass in this arc. The fights that feature him are some of the best, but it's that fight that sees Chrollo battling it out against Silva and Zeno Zoldyck that sticks in my mind most. The scenes featuring Chrollo, in particular, are some of my favorites since he is one of the most interesting characters in Hunter x Hunter.Emotionally, I felt myself connected to characters on both the hunter and troupe side, which I appreciated. Usually, I find the bad guys in anime to be utterly despicable and unlikable, but not with Hunter x Hunter. The Phantom Troupe are comparable, in my opinion, to the Akatsuki in Naruto Shippuden and the League of Villains in My Hero Academia. Yeah, what they are doing is wrong, but you still like them anyway. They are sophisticated and terrifyingly strong, and it is for these reasons and much more that the Phantom Troupe are one of my favorite villain groups of all-time.The storytelling and events that occur in the Yorknew City Arc are some of the most memorable in Hunter x Hunter. There's a lot of action, but there's a lot of substance and stirring moments in this arc as well. 041b061a72

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