Togashi Yoshihiro, the creator of Hunter x Hunter, has taken advantage of the impending return of the series to launch a new Twitter account to keep fans frequently updated on the new manga chapters that will reintroduce them to the world of Gon and his fellow hunters. A new teaser for an exhibition that celebrates both brands and the mangaka who developed them has been unveiled. Yoshihiro is also credited with creating the well-known supernatural Shonen series, Yu Yu Hakusho.
Since Togashi Yoshihiro previously disclosed that he needed to take time off to deal with personal medical issues that developed as a result of his dedication to his storytelling, many fans have been waiting years for the resumption of Hunter x Hunter’s manga. Since the manga came to an end in the early 1990s, there hasn’t been any word on Yusuke Yurameshi and his fellow Spirit Detectives making a reappearance. Fortunately, a new live-action adaptation of Yu Yu Hakusho will debut on Netflix and recount the narrative of the Spirit Detectives, following other live-action anime adaptations like Cowboy Bebop and One Piece.
This new exhibit, which will open its doors in Japan this October, pays homage to Togashi Yoshihiro, Yu Yu Hakusho, and Hunter x Hunter, to name a few. The Official Togashi Exhibit Twitter Account recently shared a new brief trailer that gives fans an idea of the new art that will be featured in this:
A popular tourist attraction in Japan, anime exhibits allow series like My Hero Academia, Rurouni Kenshin, Berserk, Baki The Grappler, and many more to honor their contributions to the anime genre. Although there are many anime fans who would love to see these original sketches in person, these exhibits have sadly not made it to North America, similar to how live-action stage productions adapt anime shows.