Hunter x Hunter 391: updates on the chapter of the shooting

Hunter x Hunter 391: updates on the chapter of the shooting

Hunter x Hunter 391

Through his official Twitter profile, Yoshihiro Togashi announces that the Chapter 391 of Hunter x Hunter, as well as the chapter of the recovery after just over three years of hiatus, has finally been completed.

Hunter x Hunter 391: updates on the shooting chapter

The author specifies that the 392nd is also being finished and will soon be complete.

Over the last few hours the author has declared that he has completed the drafts of the new wave of ten chapters since he resumed writing (from 391 to 400) and which is already preparing the work for the next ten (from 401 to 410). Click here for details.

Togashi is very busy in this period, to the delight of fans and not, and if in recent times it has not been so it has really been due to poor health conditions. Here are his recent statements on the subject:

After not even being able to sit in a chair for two years, I abandoned my old ways of doing things and was able to resume writing Hunter x Hunter. Recently I was not even able to freshen up after physiological needs, otherwise I would have had to use the shower. I recommend everyone to take care of your back and if something falls at the exhibition pay attention to the posture when you pick it up from the ground. Currently to draw I am lying on a sofa with my head and back supported by a pillow.| ); }
Let's remember the program of a new special exhibition to be held from 28 October to 9 June 2023 baptized with the name "PUZZLE" to realize the 35-year career of the Japanese master.

Hunter x Hunter: manga and anime

Hunter x Hunter is a manga written and drawn by Yoshihiro Togashi, also known for his previous work Yu of the ghosts, serialized, between various pauses also caused by the author's health problems, on the weekly Shonen Jump weekly since 1998.

In Italy the manga is published by Planet Manga, which has published three reprints.

In 1999 Nippon Animation produced an animated series in 62 episodes, which aired until 2001. The anime was broadcast in Italy on Italia 1 from 23 January 2007 to 24 January 2008 initially in full version and, from episode 16, entitled Sasso × Scbici × Cuore, it was censored by Mediaset due to somewhat “pushed” scenes and dialogues.

The first series was followed, from 2002 to 2004, three OVA series also produced by the same company, which take the plot from the saga of York Shin City, where the first series was interrupted, and cover the entire saga of Greed Island. In total there are 30 OVAs and having been created specifically for the home video market, in Japan, they have never been broadcast on a television network while in Italy they were always broadcast on Italia 1 from 29 January to 17 May 2008.

From November 30, 2021 Prime Video distributes for the first time the dubbing in Italian, by Dynit, of the 2011 adaptation with the first three seasons available.

A great success of the manga (two million copies sold only in Japan!), which has generated equally popular cartoons and RPGs, finally arrives in an Italian edition! From the imagination of Yoshihiro Togashi, the author of "Yuu Yuu of the ghosts", a new comic series in original format with the amazing adventures of four characters all hunting for the coveted license of Hunter ... the Hunter! Although their goal is the same, through the terrible obstacles encountered in the exam to obtain the license, Gon, Killua, Kurapica and Leorio will soon become ... inseparable!

Yoshihiro Togashi confirms Hunter x Hunter chapter 391 is finally complete

Hunter x Hunter author Yoshihiro Togashi has just confirmed that chapter 391 of the iconic manga series has finally been completed.

After one of the most infamous hiatuses in manga history, Hunter x Hunter is finally back on the bandwagon as author Yoshihiro Togashi pens new chapters of Gon’s adventures.

The mangaka joined Twitter earlier this year and the internet erupted in a joyous celebration as the Hunter x Hunter author confirmed he was working on new chapters, with the series originally taking an indefinite break all the way back in 2018.

The good news is that Togashi has just revealed on social media that the next chapter in the manga, the 391st instalment in the series, has now been officially completed following weeks of draft teases online.

Hunter x Hunter chapter 391 is now complete

Earlier today, July 27th, author Yoshihiro Togashi confirmed on Twitter that chapter 391 of the Hunter x Hunter manga series had now been completed and that chapter 392 is now being confirmed.

On July 26th, Togashi teased that a total of 20 chapters were in the works, with the first batch of 10 needing corrections from the original draft copies:

“I’ve finished the inking process over pencil drawing for 10 chapters! There may be some fixes, though. I’ll continue drawing my manuscripts for the next 10 chapters. Plus, I’ll announce how inking whole chapter is proceeding. I have tons of drafts.” – Yoshihiro Togashi, via Twitter and translated via Comic Book.

Since his infamous return to working on the series earlier this year, Togashi has been steadily teasing the drafts for upcoming Hunter x Hunter chapters, including an updated look at Kurapika; giving fans hope that the first set of new drops would be on the immediate horizon.

Whilst the new update is indeed a reason for celebration, there has sadly been no update as to when chapter 391 and the following Hunter x Hunter chapters will release worldwide.  

Concerns raised over Togashi’s upcoming live-action series

Whilst the vast majority of Togashi’s fans will be celebrating the recent update concerning the Hunter x Hunter manga, many are wary about a new announcement which confirmed a live-action adaptation of his other infamous series, Yu Yu Hakusho was in the works.

In December 2020, Netflix revealed that a live-action Yu Yu Hakusho series was in development, with the streaming giant recently revealing the main cast members for the adaptation.

Yosuke will be portrayed by Takumi Kitamura, Kurama will be played by Jun Shison, with Shuheu Uesugi and Kanata Hongo bringing Kazuma Kuwabara and Hiei to life respectively.

“The appeal of “YuYu Hakusho,” loved for more than 30 years. I think the charm of “YuYu Hakusho” is above all the charm of its characters. I was fascinated by the characters when I was a child, and I am still moved by them today. When I read it again as an adult, I discover new charms. The themes that the stories encompass also never get old.” – Director Sho Tsukikawa, via Comic Natalie.

The series is currently scheduled to debut in December 2023, but the announcement has not been met with high expectations from fans – especially since the Resident Evil and Cowboy Bebop adaptations flopped so magnificently.

Fan favourite YouTuber MoistCr1tikal (aka Penguinz0, i.e., Charlie White), noted in a recent video how “I didn’t think it was possible for Netflix to sink any lower than the Resident Evil or live-action Cowboy Bebop show but somehow, they found a way to go even further beyond.”

“Why? When they adapt these shows, excluding One Piece since it hasn’t come out yet, but Cowboy Bebop and Resident Evil. They are just not faithful. They take so much creative liberty that they mutilate the property to something unrecognisable. And they do it proudly. They don’t even bother trying to get the characters, the story or even basic elements of it to translate it [into] the live-action. So why adapt it in the first place? What do you accomplish there? – MoistCr1tikal, via YouTube.

He would then add how “All you do is p*** off the built-in fanbase and you lose interest from people who don’t know the franchise because the production isn’t good enough to stand on its own two legs.”

“You borrowed a name from a popular franchise and did a s*** job at adapting it so you lose that fanbase and since it’s a s*** adaptation you lose people who don’t even know the franchise in the first place.” – MoistCr1tikal, via YouTube.

More information on Togashi’s upcoming live-action Yu Yu Hakusho series is expected to be shared over the coming months, so fingers crossed that Netflix can turn the tide of their anime adaptations before the ship well-and-truly sinks for good.

By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]

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