Hunter X Hunter (TV)

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Wondering how you pronounce "Hunter X Hunter" in english? You say it like "Hunter Hunter". Not "Hunter Ex Hunter" and "Hunter times Hunter".

In an official "Hunter's Guide" book that was released in June 2004, the official spelling of several names by Yoshihiro Togashi were shown. They are mostly considered bizarre, since they make very little sense. And because of the bizarre spellings, translaters kept the original translation names based on pronunciation rather than the official ones. Here are a few examples of the names of the official spellings: Kurapika - Curarpikt, Hisoka - Hyskoa, Quoll/Kuroro Lucifer - Quwrof Wrlccywrlir, Ubogin - Wbererguin, Shizuku - Chzzok, Pakunoda - Phalcnothdk

In episode 52, the classic piano piece playing when the Nostrad group is talking about the auction is Frederick Chopin's "Heroic."

In episode 53, Ubougin is fighting against a small man who uses his hair as a weapon and attaches himself to Ubougin´s hand. About 15 min into the episode, while Ubo is trying to punch the warewolf guy, Ubo´s hand can be seen and the hairguy is no longer attached. In the next scene, however, the hairguy is still attached.

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