Hunter X Hunter Review (Season 1)

Hunter × Hunter (ハンターハンター Hantā Hantā?)

Twelve years prior to the start of the story, Ging Freecss left his infant son, Gon Freecss, with Gon’s aunt, Mito, on Whale Island. Gon, who was told all his life that both his parents were dead, finds out from Ging’s apprentice, Kite, that his father is still alive and has since become an accomplished Hunter (ハンター Hantā?).[4][5][6] Hunters are licensed, elite members of humanity who are capable of tracking down secret treasures, rare beasts, or even other individuals.[7] Gon leaves his home to become a Hunter like his father by taking the Hunter Examination (ハンター試験 Hantā Shiken?), a series of brutal tests involving skill, survival, and teamwork.[4]During the exam, Gon meets and eventually befriends three of the other applicants: Kurapika, 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, plucked from their corpses by a band of thieves known as the Phantom Troupe; Leorio, a prospective physician who, in order to pay for medical school, desires the financial benefits Hunters receive; and Killua Zoldyck, another twelve-year-old boy who has left his former life as a member of the world’s most notorious assassin family.[5][6][7] Among many other examinees, Gon continuously encounters Hisoka, a mysterious and deadly transmuter who takes an interest in Gon. The final phase of the Hunter Exam sees Gon passing the official part of the exam in anticlimax and Killua failing after killing another applicant out of frustration. However, it is then revealed that one more secret task is required of the applicants for them to pass the Exam. The trio then travels to Killua’s home estate in order to retrieve the boy from his overbearing family.

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Hunter x Hunter, Vol. 1 MANGA

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