Hunter x Hunter

TV Show • 2011 • Animation  Report
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Does an animal die?
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444swordsman
An entire arc is about ants that eat animals start killing humans.
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Are there bugs?
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Meruru
The Chimera ants
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Does a cat die?
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pretzeltwists
Kurapika's entire clan was murdered and had their eyes harvested for profit.
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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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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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Does a kid die?
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Meruru
Hisoka.
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mistersandman
Hisoka is seen in the shower one time and bathing in a pond another.
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robin
Alluka's Nen involves being controlled by another character, Nanika.
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Roosterwhale
Multiple character fight using needle-like weapons. One character has a large number of needles inserted into his face and body, and removes and inserts them on screen.
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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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machikomacine
Palm has an ability that involves self-harm. This is only shown once
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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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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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One of the main antagonists in the series is a pedophile who makes several sexual advances towards children.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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mistersandman
Hisoka. Unfortunately.
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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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pretzeltwists
The t slur is used in the Trick Tower phase of the Hunter Exam.
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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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bripmccann
There's an explosion, but not nuclear.
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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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