Hunter X Hunter Episode 16 [PORTABLE]
Hunter Hunter (stylized as HUNTERHUNTER and pronounced "hunter hunter") 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 X Hunter Episode 16
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.
The first Hunter Hunter anime adaptation was produced by the company Nippon Animation and directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi, who had previously directed the Rurouni Kenshin television series. A total of 62 episodes of Hunter Hunter were broadcast on the Japanese terrestrial television network Fuji Television 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 satellite television station Animax. Although it closely follows the manga, the violence in the anime version is lessened for younger audiences. Marvelous Entertainment has released all episodes of the series in Japan on DVD in 13 separate volumes between September 20, 2000 and September 19, 2001.
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 filler. 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.
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. It switched to airing at 1:29 am on Tuesday nights from October 8, 2013 onwards. The series ended on September 23, 2014 after 148 episodes. 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. The series started airing on Animax Asia on April 24, 2012. On October 9, 2015, Viz Media announced their license to the reboot anime at their panel at New York Comic Con. 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. Madman Entertainment acquired the series for distribution in Australia and New Zealand, and made the series available on AnimeLab. Funimation began streaming the series in the United Kingdom and Ireland on July 17, 2020.
GLad your enjoying it. I know most people have already seen this show but its a good way for me to keep track of where I am up to and how its going given how many episodes there are. Plus, I really enjoy hearing what other people thought when they watched the show.
ABC's Modern Family countdown continues and the heartbreak we've been feeling is imminent, and this episode was a good segue to start leading into what will be a final double feature next week to go out with a bang. It starts giving us a look into what the future holds in store without having to jump ahead yet. This episode offered a look back and a sense of closure to a chapter in their lives without having to give us flashbacks.
My favorite storyline this episode consisted of the Tucker-Pritchett's saying goodbye to their home to move into a new and bigger space. After Mitch (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) keeps freaking out at the new home, Gloria (Sofia Vergara) takes him back to the old house for him to get some closure. It was emotional for me, I think this part showed great growth on Mitchell's part and just how hard it is sometimes to move because of being scare of the future.
As detailed by his spotlight episode from Tiger & Bunny's previous cour, Thomas has internalized Audun's creed of believing in nothing but one's own strength. It's a philosophy compounded by a traumatic incident in which his sister Ruby got non-fatally shot when they were children after she and Thomas ran away from their orphanage; this led to her being re-homed separately from him, leaving a still-reeling Thomas all alone.
As Kotetsu, Barnaby and Mr. Black battle the X, Thomas goes to rescue the remaining civilians. Unfortunately, for the third episode in a row, Barnaby's leg gives out mid-fight, causing the X to fire his laser and further damage the tower. Luckily, Thomas rescues his sister just in time and the two tearfully embrace.
Thomas thanks his partner for arranging the reunion, and after several episodes of conflict, the two heroes finally seem to be on good terms. He Is Thomas has been Tiger & Bunny's most brooding character ever since his debut, and with this closure, hopefully the young hero will finally start to heal.
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