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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
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Hunter X Hunter’s
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Average Demand for Hunter X Hunter is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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Hunter X Hunter ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Hunter X Hunter has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

Gon Freecss is a young boy living on Whale Island. He learns from "Hunter" Kite, that his father, who he was told was dead, is still alive somewhere as a top "Hunter," risking his life to seek unknown items, such as hidden treasures, curiosa, exotic living creatures, etc. Gon decides to become a professional Hunter and leaves the island. To become a Hunter, he must pass the Hunter Examination, where he meets and befriends three other applicants: Kurapika, Leorio and Killua. Can Gon pass this formidable hurdle, the Hunter Examination, to become "the Best Hunter in the World" and eventually meet his father?

Country: Japan

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: Japanese

Release Date: April 16, 2011

Also Known As: ハンター×ハンター, Hunter X Hunter |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M, MA15+), Brazil (14) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

friendship
martial arts
bounty hunter
virtual reality

Company Credits

Production Co: Madhouse, Nippon Television Network (NTV) |  See more »

Cast

Chris Cason
as Centipede
Marieve Herington
as Leroute
Hisako Kyôda
as Great-Grandmother/Great-grandmother
Harumi Murakami
as Haruna/Female Proprietor/Nen Exorcist
Chisa Yokoyama
as Biscuit Krueger
Uki Satake
as Podungo Lapoy/Little Kite
Akio Ôtsuka
as Uvogin/Mizaistom Nana
Hiroshi Ôtake
as Zeno Zoldyck
Dave Mallow
as Gotoh/Kung Fu Man/Referee 3
Wataru Takagi
as Knuckle Bine
David Vincent
as Phinks/Rabid Dog/Pirate/Zetsk Bellam
Shinji Kawada
as Kiriko Son
Chris Tergliafera
as Silva Zoldyck/Ruffian
Ryôko Kinomiya
as Old Lady/Old Woman
Tetsuya Motomura
as Rabid Dog/Gangster A/Security Guard
Yuki Ono
as Sailor A
Doug Erholtz
as Citizens/Masador Diego
Megumi Matsumoto
as Spinner Clow/Spin
Marc Diraison
as Ging Freecss/Turtle Ant/Octopus Ant/Sabazushi/Small Fry
Hannah Alcorn
as Additional voices/Female Receptionist
Motoki Takagi
as Sedokan/Cheetu
Frank Todaro
as Gun-toting Ant/Hollow
Mark Allen Jr.
as Nicolas/Additional voices
Deborah Gatton
as Kiriko Daughter/Shopkeeper B
Dan Woren
as Seaquant
Shûichi Ikeda
as Kite
D.C. Douglas
as Shoot McMahon
Kazuma Takeo
as Sadaso
Aya Endô
as Komugi
Haruka Kudô
as Ponzu
Jonathan Fahn
as Bihorn/Baro/Pig Ant
Kenji Hamada
as Bara
Velo Takeda
as Saiyu
David W. Collins
as Additional voices/Audience/Mysterious Commentator (Baka Ki El Dogra)
Rie Murakawa
as Reina/Shidore
Nobuaki Kanemitsu
as Geretta/Monta Yuras/Bounty Hunter Boss
Tara Sands
as Biscuit Krueger/Biscuit
Noriko Hidaka
as Shalnark/PC Voice
Mîna Tominaga
as Melody/Senritsu
Robbie Daymond
as Chrollo Lucilfer/Montreux
Amanda Céline Miller
as Menchi
Mari Devon
as Women at Agency
Bill Rogers
as Meleoron/Crazy Slots/Majitani/Monta Yuras/Citizens/Frog/Goran Subordinate/Gyro's Bully
Faye Mata
as Neon Nostrade
Issei Maeda
as Bean
Chris Niosi
as Shaiapouf
Naoki Tatsuta
as Zenji
Taketora
as Citizens
Patrick Seitz
as Uvogin
Fumihiko Tachiki
as Menthuthuyoupi
Takuma Suzuki
as Squala/Saccho/Katzo/Dwun/Mysterious Commentator (Baka Ki El Dogra)/Referee 2/Togari
Jalen K. Cassell
as Abengane
Toshihiko Seki
as Wing
Ikuko Tani
as Tsubone
Hiroki Takahashi
as Pariston Hill
Hiroki Gotô
as Sailor C
Armen Taylor
as Mizaistom Nana/Teradein
Shonosuke Horikoshi
as Imori/Amori
Shin'ichirô Miki
as Knov
Yurika Kubo
as Elevator Girl
Stephen Mendel
as Zebro
Imari Williams
as Mizuken/Audience
Brad Venable
as Referee/Referee A
Keiji Fujiwara
as Leorio Paladiknight/Leorio Paradiknight/Leorio Paradinight
Greg Chun
as Ikalgo/Zepile/Stick Dinner/Game Player/Owl/Rock Climber
Hiroyuki Yoshino
as Genthru
Daisuke Namikawa
as Hisoka Morow
Yûji Ueda
as Shoot McMahon
Mikako Takahashi
as Greed Island Auctioneer (MC)/Eeta/Elena
Kôichi Nagano
as Goz
Dan D.W. McCann
as Latarza
Kyle McCarley
as Pariston Hill
Kazuki Yao
as Majitani
Xander Mobus
as Welfin/Bean
Tony Oliver
as Beans/Kortopi/Amori/Agon/Additional Voices/Additional voices/Citizens/Islander B/Rammot/Referee 2
Laila Berzins
as Milluki Zoldyck
Aiko Aihashi
as Female Receptionist
Ichitarô Ai
as Beans/Riehlvelt
Julie Ann Taylor
as Khara
Rikiya Koyama
as Ging Freecss
Brianna Knickerbocker
as Eeta/Elena/Reina/Shidore
Eiji Hanawa
as Abengane
Grant George
as Knov/Citizens
Mark Whitten
as Flutter
Yuki Shirato
as Geru
Kimberley Anne Campbell
as Hina
Eiji Itô
as Nostrade/Ivlenkov
Austin Lee Matthews
as Man with Afro/Motaricke
Romi Park
as Pakunoda
Masaya Matsukaze
as Illumi Zoldyck/Gittarackur/Illumi
Hirofumi Nojima
as Colt
Yôko Soumi
as Women at Agency
Masatake Yamamoto
as Lippo
Taiten Kusunoki
as Morel Mackernasey
Toshio Furukawa
as Satotz
Kaname Mikami
as Referee 3
Toshiharu Sakurai
as Tonpa
Gido Tsujioka
as Applicant
Erika Harlacher
as Kurapika/Elevator Girl
Michelle Ruff
as Kikyo Zoldyck/Female Receptionist/Female Receptionist 2/Kikyo/Nen Exorcist
Kyle Hebert
as Morel Mackernasey/Umori/Masta/Kiriko Son/Sub/Additional voices/Examiner B/Imori/Kyu/Sailor C/Wong
Tom Fahn
as Buhara/Kiriko
Chisa Yuuki
as Kasuga
John DeMita
as Satotz
Daisuke Kishio
as Hanzo
Kotono Mitsuishi
as Cocco (Commentator)
Tomoka Kiriyama
as Piyon
Azusa Nakao
as Zazan
Alejandro Saab
as Kanzai
Yutaka Nakano
as Zebro
Motoko Kumai
as Canary
Hiromichi Tezuka
as Audience/Security Guard
Takashi Matsuyama
as Johness/Teradein/Scientist
Yuka Keicho
as Shopkeeper B
Mamoru Miyano
as Chrollo Lucilfer
Wataru Hatano
as Shaiapouf
Fumihiro Okabayashi
as Guest B
Jason Marnocha
as Bushidora
Todd Haberkorn
as Genthru
Ben Lepley
as Sadaso
Jackie Lastra
as Announcer/Woman with Ponytail
Tomoya Kawai
as Referee A/Masta/Referee/Referee 1/Wrestler
Tôru Nara
as Gido
Ezra Weisz
as Wing
Miki Nagasawa
as Baise/Bus Guide
Norihisa Mori
as Nicolas
Ryôta Ôsaka
as Kanzai
Edward Bosco
as Franklin/Yunju/Mafia
Sarah Anne Williams
as Neferpitou
J.D. Zelman
as Bara
Reba Buhr
as Ponzu/Podungo Lapoy/Coco Loo (Bus Guide)
Jade Dennis
as Additional Voices
Janice Kawaye
as Shizuku/Reporter/Binolt (as a young boy)
Jon Allen
as Binolt/Kazsule/Nomdieu/Number Zero
Laura Post
as Haruna
Banjô Ginga
as Isaac Netero
Michael Sorich
as Tonpa/Additional voices/Islander A
Kaiji Tang
as Balda/Dwun/Koala/Koala Ant
Chô
as Bonolenov
Kikuko Inoue
as Palm Siberia
Kôichi Yamadera
as Silva Zoldyck
Kiyono Yasuno
as Banana Kavaro
Miho Arakawa
as Shizuku/Eliza
Miho Miyagawa
as Female Operator
Cristina Valenzuela
as Killua Zoldyck
Steve Kramer
as Bizeff/Citizens/Dojo Owner
Jirô Saitô
as Skinhead
Chris Hackney
as Illumi Zoldyck/Gittarackur/Illumi/Panda Ant
Griffin Burns
as Shalnark
Ted Sroka
as Boki/Carabid Beetle
Osamu Wakai
as Man B
Ayumi Fujimura
as Neferpitou
Masato Kaji
as Amori/Imori/Man B
Chris Jai Alex
as Nickes
Joshua Tomar
as Menthuthuyoupi/Johness/Togari
Kenichiro Ohashi
as Phinks
Joe Zieja
as Bloster
Erika Tsunashima
as Female Customer B
Takahiko Sakaguma
as Pekuba/Agon/Porcupine/Applicant B/Audience A/Islander B/Kung Fu Man/Sailor/Shopkeeper A/Turtle
Sean Chiplock
as Riehlvelt
Spike Spencer
as Gido/Additional voices/Audience
Ichirô Nagai
as Isaac Netero
Xanthe Huynh
as Alluka-Nanika/Potclean/Alluka Zoldyck
Mela Lee
as Canary/Female Proprietor/Female Receptionist 1
Aya Hirano
as Menchi
Koki Uchiyama
as Meruem
Akemi Okamura
as Female Newscaster
Tom Bauer
as Feitan/Jispa/Linssen/Punker
Mari Murakami
as Female Customer A
Masami Kikuchi
as Zepile
Mika Kanai
as Leroute
Erica Lindbeck
as Pakunoda
Lucien Dodge
as Imori/Sedokan/Katzo/Additional voices/Man A/Matthew
Kirk Thornton
as Dalzollene/Puhat/Small Man/Street Vendor
Abby Trott
as Machi/Eliza/Greed Island Auctioneer (MC)/List/Female Receptionist
Masaki Aizawa
as Bendot/Bushidora/Mizuken
Tomohiro Nishimura
as Seaquant/Kiriko/Dojo Owner/Small Man
Naoya Uchida
as Nobunaga Hazama/Receptionist
Jake Eberle
as Basho/Skinhead
Tetsuo Gotô
as Bizeff
Naoki Bando
as Bodoro
Tim Friedlander
as Tsezguerra
Jeannie Tirado
as Cluck/Kasuga
Hidenobu Kiuchi
as Franklin/Leech
Christopher Corey Smith
as Kite
Lauren Landa
as Kalluto Zoldyck
Dorothy Elias-Fahn
as Melody/Senritsu (Melody)
Naoya Nosaka
as Audience B
Barbara Goodson
as Tsubone/Great-Grandmother/Old Lady/Great-grandmother
Fumi Morisawa
as Female Receptionist 1/Kiriko Daughter
Kevin Connolly
as Kastro
Ken'yû Horiuchi
as Gotoh/Ikalgo/Koala
Cherami Leigh
as Cheadle
Keith Silverstein
as Hisoka Morow/Additional voices
Joe Thomas
as Nobunaga Hazama/Gotoh/Leech/Additional voices/Shop Owner
Nobuo Tobita
as Meleoron
Kiyoyuki Yanada
as Tsezguerra/Todo
Mariya Ise
as Killua Zoldyck
Derek Stephen Prince
as Lippo/Worm/Examinee A/Security Guard/Shachmono Tocino/Tocino
Yuya Murakami
as Umori/Balda/Applicant/Bloster/Yunju/Applicant A/Gangster B/Man/Opponent/Sabazushi/Street Vendor/Wong
Jamieson Price
as Scientist
Erica Mendez
as Gon Freecss
Richard Epcar
as Bendot/Additional voices/Goz/Cherry
Maaya Uchida
as Alluka-Nanika/Alluka Zoldyck
Masahiro Yamanaka
as Pike/Stick Dinner/Owl
Zach Aguilar
as Colt/Citizens
Chieko Sasai
as Villager B
Hiromasa Taguchi
as Masador Diego
Rachael Lillis
as Cocco (Commentator)/Mito/Additional voices/Cutie
Beau Billingslea
as Nostrade/Mafias
Issei Futamata
as Narrator/Peggy/Angry Crowd/Announcer/Guide/Rock Climber
Christopher Bevins
as Saiyu/Angry Crowd/Guide/Receptionist
Yôji Ueda
as Shoot McMahon
Ben Diskin
as Knuckle Bine
Laura Megan Stahl
as Spinner Clow/Little Kite
Karen Strassman
as Palm Siberia
Tomoko Kaneda
as Potclean/APR
Yukitoshi Tokumoto
as Pokkle/Man A/Ruffian
Chika Anzai
as Female Receptionist 2/Kurt/List
Bobby Thong
as Pokkle
Joe Ochman
as Zeno Zoldyck
Mitsuaki Hoshino
as Islander A
Rena Maeda
as Machi/Reporter
Shin'ya Hamazoe
as Kortopi/Lin Koshi/Rammot
Mamiko Noto
as Kalluto/Kalluto Zoldyck
Kimiko Saitô
as Milluki Zoldyck/Cutie/Villager A
Carrie Keranen
as Baise/Female Operator/PC Voice
Masako Ikeda
as Chimera Ant Queen
Chinatsu Akasaki
as Mitsuba
Hideyuki Umezu
as Battera
Cam Clarke
as Peggy
Cindy Robinson
as Chimera Ant Queen/Female Newscaster/Villager A
Max Mittelman
as Meruem
Ikue Ôtani
as Cheadle
Taisuke Nishimura
as Mafia
Miyuki Sawashiro
as Kurapika
Takeharu Ônishi
as Worm/Cherry/Shachmono Tocino/Tocino
Hiroyuki Yokoo
as Sub/Sommy
Ray Chase
as Hanzo/Squala/Geretta/Additional Voices/Announcer/Bounty Hunter Boss/Man B
Kayli Mills
as Piyon/Mitsuba
Marina Inoue
as Amane
Victor Sgroi
as Sommy
Paul St. Peter
as Pike/Additional voices/Examinee/Razor/Todo
Junko Iwao
as Kikyo Zoldyck/Kikyo
John Snyder
as Isaac Netero
Kappa Yamaguchi
as Feitan
Keiko Han
as Mito/Mito Freecss/Mito Freecs
Matthew Mercer
as Leorio Paladiknight/Leorio Paradinight/Leorio Paradiknight/Opponent
Tokuyoshi Kawashima
as Kastro
Maureen Price
as Amane/Geru/Yasuha
Skyler Davenport
as Banana Kavaro
Jun'ichi Kanemaru
as Buhara
Peter Jessop
as Guest
Michael McConnohie
as Narrator/Battera/Captain/Zenji/Ivlenkov/Wrestler
Machiko Toyoshima
as Khara
Megumi Han
as Gon Freecss/Cluck/Yasuha
Allegra Clark
as Zazan/Dr. Lee/Kurt/Villager B
Azusa Enoki
as Hina
Kira Buckland
as Zushi
Tôru Nakane
as Basho/Audience
Kappei Yamaguchi
as Feitan
Ryan Bartley
as Komugi
Takehito Koyasu
as Dalzollene
Joe Hernandez
as Additional Voices/Referee 1
Yuka Terasaki
as Zushi/Female Receptionist
Kana Ueda
as Neon Nostrade
Cedric L. Williams
as Cheetu/Lin Koshi
Kenji Utsumi
as Captain
Daiki Nakamura
as Welfin
Doug Stone
as Bodoro

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2016 | 148 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & Nominations

Behind the Voice Actors Awards 2017

Winner

Behind the Voice Actors Awards

Best Male Vocal Performance in an Anime Television Series/OVA in a Supporting Role

Winner

Behind the Voice Actors Awards

Best Male Vocal Performance in an Anime Television Series/OVA in a Supporting Role

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