Hunter x Hunter’s return news swept the internet. Many fans celebrated at the return of their favorite series, but there are still others who do not believe the news of HxH’s return is true. After all, this information comes from a Twitter account that was created one day ago and lacks a blue Twitter verified check mark.
Because the Hunter x Hunter return has not been confirmed through any official channels, including Shonen Jump (the magazine where the HxH manga is published), many fans are suspicious. We gathered all of the information below from trustworthy verified Twitter accounts and websites.
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Oricon is one of the biggest websites in Japan when it comes to the entertainment industry. They did the fact checking interview and reached out to one of the spokeswoman of Shuiesha (which is the parent company of Shonen Jump), she told Oricon: “I heard that it belong to him”. She reported that Mr. Togashi himself opened his own Twitter account.
One Punch Man Artist Confirms
One Punch Man manga artist, Murata Yusuke, who has a large following on Twitter, confirmed that the new Twitter account belongs to Togashi. They retweeted the announcement of HxH with the caption “I was with the person himself”.
ご本人とのことでした。 https://t.co/fQvrFsDYJl— 村田雄介 (@NEBU_KURO) May 24, 2022
Verified Accounts Following Togashi
The Japanese Shonen Jump Twitter account can be seen following Togashi’s new account. Natsuki Hanae, Tanjiro’s (Demon Slayer) voice actor is also following Togashi.
Hopefully, Twitter will immediately confirm Togashi’s account, and Shonen Jump will formally announce the comeback of Hunter x Hunter in the coming days. The author of HxH has an actual Twitter account.
Since March 1998, the Hunter x Hunter manga has been serialised in Weekly Shonen Jump. Mad House adapted the series into an anime series, which aired 148 episodes from October 2011 to September 2014. The anime Hunter x Hunter has a rating of 9.08 on My Anime List from around 1.2 million users.
Source :- Animesenpai