Hunter x Hunter Manga On Hiatus Again

Hunter x Hunter manga-ka Yoshihiro Togashi is going on hiatus again, according to research by Canned Dogs. Togashi has temporarily cease work following issue 26 of this year’s Shounen Jump magazine.

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The Hunter x Hunter series is known for its frequent hiatuses, usually occurring every ten chapters. Togashi first went on hiatus in 2005, reportedly due to an illness of some sort, if rumours are to be believed. Since then, the manga-ka’s most recent hiatus lasted from December 2008 through January 2010. At present, Hunter x Hunter is on its 308th chapter.


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