Hunter x Hunter

TV Show • 2011 • Animation  Report
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banak
Yes, all of them are killed, either by humans or other animals. See below.
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banak
No, but a dog owner does.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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444swordsman
An entire arc is about ants that eat animals start killing humans.
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CheeseyRice
There is a hunting scene in the first season where some pigs are killed and cooked, another scene where main character non lethally catches a bird with a fishing rod, and then a scene where a bunch of dogs run for their lives before their owner gets killed.
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banak
No, but dogs are instructed to try to harm and kill humans. No dogs are harmed by humans, including in self defence.
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Ilivedx
An entire arc revolves around giant mutated man eating insects --so yes, there are bugs.
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Ilivedx
In episode 81 two horses are explicitly impaled and implied to be set aside for later eating.
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Ilivedx
Not exactly a cat, but a humanoid cat is killed
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Roosterwhale
No actual spiders, but large spider-humanoids
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littlemissodd
In the first season, a hunter exam participant uses venomous snakes as a form of attack and sets up a trap involving many snakes trapping Gon, Leorio, Kurapika, and Ponzu in a cave by blocking the exit and threatening to bite.
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banak
A shutdown drugs making facility is shown. Two characters are weakly implied to use drugs, but have no signs of addition.
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ivorytoothpaste
In the chimera ant arc a character smokes cigarettes frequently and when in a situation where he cant he starts experiencing withdrawal symptoms
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teapotcutie
Leorio is stated to be underage (he's 19 at the beginning of the anime and 21 at the end) and briefly drinks in the York New arc.
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banak
Yes, as an injury in battle rather than as torture.
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Roosterwhale
There is a good deal of on screen torture, often of a child. This includes beating and electrocution among other things.
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Ilivedx
Not to death, but someone's head is set on fire. It's not very graphic and he comes out fairly unscathed.
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pretzeltwists
Kurapika's entire clan was murdered and had their eyes harvested for profit.
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deeznuts
in one scene in the chimera ant arc when palm is mad that gon and killua run away she is seen slitting her wrists with her nails to use her power to track them down. I’m not sure if this helps cause i’m not triggered by this but i wanted to comment anyways
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spice_n_sugar
People get punched in the face a lot and loose teeth.
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pinkbunnie
A humanoid ant is shown eating another of his species as well as human meat
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mistersandman
During the Hunter Exam arc, specifically Gon’s fight with Hanzo, Hanzo breaks Gon’s arm. The actual act is not seen, but everything leading up to it is and you can hear a crack followed by Gon’s scream of pain. Bones are implied to have been broken due to the amount of damage they sustain throughout the show.
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PARTYTIME
i dont think there is any medical amputation, but many characters lost limbs throughout the series . gon loses his arm twice, but it gets reattached each time . in a fight, hisoka loses both his arms, they are later reattached . in the third season, two minor characters are beheaded . kaito loses his arm and later his disembodied head is shown being held in neferpitous lap . king meruem cuts of his own arm . netero loses an arm and a leg . neferpitou loses their arm and then their head shortly after during their fight with gon . this is also where gon loses an arm . there is also a character called neon and she enjoys collecting body parts ! sometimes the body parts are shown, but its nothing terribly graphic . she is in the third season .
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spice_n_sugar
Many times through the Chimera Ant arc. Always very gory.
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spice_n_sugar
Gon’s mother & Kurapika’s whole family are dead.
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Yes
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littlemissodd
During the chimera ant arc, multiple children are killed and eaten by the ants off screen. However you do see the bloody clothes/remains of two of them.
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spice_n_sugar
Gon & Killua get kidnapped by the Spiders.
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Meruru
Hisoka.
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banak
Yes. Mostly for the purpose of murder/kidnapping or protection from murder. In episode 94 an adult woman tries to stalk a child with whom she was going on dates with after another child tries to said dates.
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CinderSky98
Several characters have the ability to remotely posess/control characters. It is almost exclusively used against minor/irrelevant characters.
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mistersandman
Hisoka is seen in the shower one time and bathing in a pond another.
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honkbeep
a minor character has an attack that is an explosive fart and one of the other characters is a spider who shoots web out of his anus (and there are close ups)
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deeznuts
in season 5 i can’t remember the episode but ikaglo is fighting some person downstairs in the basement in some place and he chickens out and runs to throw up in a security room. I don’t remember if you can see it but you can hear it
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chemicalbite
It is sometimes referred to by a character it was used on in the past, but is never actually shown.
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banak
Yes, there are at least 2 after major characters are incapacited and nearly killed as a result combat, including children. Surgery is not shown. Medical expenses are breifly mentioned both times as explicitly non-issues for those involved.
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Ilivedx
On of the main antagonists, Illumi, has an ability based off needles. He uses them repeatedly on other characters to torture and kill them. He also uses his needles on one of the main characters, who is a child.
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banak
No, but a mostly unseen character's offscreen terminal illness is a plotpoint.
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ivorytoothpaste
The Chimera ant queen is constantly hungry for the first few episodes she is in and nothing can fill her up for a while this might be rough for some folks
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spice_n_sugar
He didn’t die, but a main character tries to kill himself by standing in front of a train.
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ch0ngyun
the two main antags have certainly shown a lot of symptoms of unwell mentalities throughout the whole show. their tactics include manipulation and etc, it’s important to mention
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Ilivedx
There are repeated cases of self harm by many characters, usually to further a goal and not necessarily as an act of self-hatred. 3 of the 4 main characters use self harm as a means to an end. Gon in particular regularly puts himself in unnecessary danger, and then finally, in one of the later episodes of the series, commits an extreme act of intentional self harm that ends rather badly for him.
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Ilivedx
One of the main characters has multiple anxiety attacks as a result of mind control and conflicting ideals.
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BlatantSharp
Gaslighting, another way of saying emotional manipulation, happened most realistically with Killua’s abusive family dynamics shown later on. Clearly many kinds of supernatural villains do this in all kinds of fantastical situations, but for many, this bit might come too close to home.
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ch0ngyun
eating scenes with shown chewing are pictured in this show commonly
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BlatantSharp
At times, when the camera wants to show a lot of movements during fights. Though usually everything is shown in dramatic slow motion in the anime when complicated movements happen.
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Roosterwhale
Not in the actual show as far as I can remember, but the ending theme has a lot of flashing colors
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Does a baby cry?
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chemicalbite
Technically but the only character this really applies to is a big bug monster
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pretzeltwists
Somewhat. The Queen ant gives birth but is almost immediately killed afterwards.
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mistersandman
Hisoka. Unfortunately.
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CheeseyRice
Some scenes in hxh could definitely be triggering for SA survivors, especially childhood SA survivors. None of the child characters are explicitly sexualized to my knowledge, but a lot of the situations they are put in are not mindful of the fact that they are children. They are often in violent situations, some get tortured by villains who claim to be "excited" by it, and often have to interact with adults who secretly wish them harm. There are also certain adults who the audience is expected to trust, despite the fact that they endanger some child characters or encourage them to participate in violence. I don't mean to sound like an overly concerned pta mom, or anything, but watch out for that stuff, keep yourself safe.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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BlatantSharp
I do not understand the other comment. The presence of stereotypical gay characteristics does not mean the show in insulting it. Also just because a character is flamboyant, does not mean he is gay. Gays can be very masculine, femininine or somewhere in between. That is also true for straight types also. Being feminine does not automatically make someone not straight, and it is rude to call them gay as an insult, because they aren’t and being gay isn’t a bad thing.
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banak
No, but there is an instance of a characters' english-written alias matching part of the the N-slur in English. In one instance honourifics/grammar made it sound like the N-slur to me.
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pretzeltwists
The t slur is used in the Trick Tower phase of the Hunter Exam.
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CheeseyRice
Upsetting death of a black man in the third season. He doesn't die first but... the show builds up how he's this dog dad with a girlfriend and a life ahead of him... it's rough man... Could be triggering for some poc who have experienced police brutality due to the fact he's pulled over while driving.
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banak
Several minor characters are meantioned to have been maliciously made pyschically disabled in tournament fights whilst becoming stronger.
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ch0ngyun
a scene with a main character during the trick tower portions does include a couple things like this. he is enforced to touch a women to find out if shes “actually a girl” as a test, and also this same character suggests (in his head) putting kurapika in this position as well to counteract the same test, insinuating that he looks feminine.
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banak
In this fantasy world, there appears to be minimal religion and no real-life religion. I have not noticed any antisemtic tropes.
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pretzeltwists
Alluka- heavily implied to a transgender girl- is misgendered frequently by one of her brothers, Illumi. Killua is the only person in her family to respect her identity.
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Roosterwhale
The anime ends on a somewhat bittersweet note, and it is unclear if it will ever be continued
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robin
Yes. Killua experiences torture and abuse from his family.
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mistersandman
Killua comes from a family of assassins who abuse him, which he mentions nonchalantly most times, as if it is a usual occurrence. During the Zoldyck Family arc following the Hunter Exam arc, this is explicitly seen. Killua’s sister Alluka is also mistreated by their family.
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spice_n_sugar
Lots of it.
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banak
There are two mass gang killings via a small number of gunmen, one of which is 100+ people. Gun violence is attempted at other points, but is largely ineffective and typically not presented as a threat.
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Roosterwhale
There is a fantasy equivalent of a nuclear bomb, and several characters die of the fantasy equivalent of radiation poisoning, two of them on screen.
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ivorytoothpaste
In the chimera ant ark a fight ends with one of the participants drowning this is shown in detail
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CheeseyRice
guy is hanged in a one off scene in season three. Not especially graphic, the actual hanging is off camera, but you can see his legs from the knee down jerking around as he tries to breathe for the last time.
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spice_n_sugar
Many of the characters are choked many times throughout the series.
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