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The history of Gon Freecs, a boy who left home alone to become a Hunter. In the hard test, Gon meets Leorio, Kurapika and Killua.
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Hunter × Hunter is an anime television series based on the manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Yoshihiro Togashi which aired from 1999 to 2001. The story focuses on a young boy named Gon Freecss, who one day discovers that the father he had always been told was dead is in fact alive and well.
Hunter × Hunter was produced by Nippon Animation and directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi. A total of 62 episodes were broadcast on Fuji Television from October 16, 1999, to March 31, 2001. The series has additionally aired on the satellite television station Animax. Marvelous Entertainment released all episodes of the series in Japan on DVD in 13 separate volumes between September 20, 2000, and September 19, 2001.
The background music for the Hunter × Hunter anime and the three OVA series was composed by Toshihiko Sahashi. The anime series features two opening themes, “Ohayō.” (おはよう。, lit. “Good Morning.”) [01-49] by Keno and “Taiyō Wa Yoru mo Kagayaku” (太陽は夜も輝く, lit. “The Sun Shines at Night”) [50-62] by Wino, and three closing themes: “Kaze no Uta” (風のうた, lit. “Wind Song”) [01-31] by Minako Honda, and “EJan-Do You Feel Like I Feel?” (Eじゃん-Do You Feel Like I Feel?), [32-49] and “Hotaru” (蛍, lit. “Firefly”), [50-62] both by Nagai Masato.
Background of Manga
Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 has been published in English by VIZ Media under the Shonen Jump Advanced imprint since April 5, 2005; in Brazilian Portuguese by Jbc since January 2008; in Spanish by Panini Comics since October 2012; and in Italian by Panini Comics. The series has been serialized irregularly since 2006 due to Yoshihiro Togashi’s health problems.
Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 Manga Synopsis:
“Secret treasure hoards, undiscovered wealth… mystical places, unexplored frontiers… ‘The mysterious unknown.’ There’s magic in such words for those captivated by its spell. They are called ‘Hunters’!”
Gon Freecss wants to become a Hunter so he can find his father, a man who abandoned him to pursue a life of adventure. But it’s not that simple: only one in one hundred thousand can pass the Hunter Exam, and that is just the first obstacle on his journey. During the Hunter Exam, Gon befriends many other potential Hunters, such as the mysterious Killua; the revenge-driven Kurapika; and Leorio, who aims to become a doctor. There’s a world of adventure and peril awaiting, and those who embrace it with open arms can become the greatest Hunters of them all!
Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 Anime Synopsis :
1.Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 Anime 1999 Synopsis
For some unknown reason, Gon Freecss’s father left him as a baby a long time ago. 12 years later Gon finds out that his father is a Hunter, a person that has a license to go almost anywhere in the world and do almost anything. Now, Gon will have to undergo many challenges to become a Hunter and to gather more information about his father.
2. Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 Anime 1999 Synopsis
Hunters are specialized in a wide variety of fields, ranging from treasure hunting to cooking. They have access to otherwise unavailable funds and information that allow them to pursue their dreams and interests. However, being a hunter is a special privilege, only attained by taking a deadly exam with an extremely low success rate.
Gon Freecss, a 12-year-old boy with the hope of finding his missing father sets out on a quest to take the Hunter Exam. Along the way, he picks up three companions who also aim to take the dangerous test: the revenge-seeking Kurapika, aspiring doctor Leorio Paladiknight, and a mischievous child the same age as Gon, Killua Zoldyck.
Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 is a classic shounen that follows the story of four aspiring hunters as they embark on a perilous adventure, fighting for their dreams while defying the odds.
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Opening Theme Hunter x Hunter Episode 41:
#2: “Taiyou wa Yoru mo Kagayaku (太陽は夜も輝く)” by Wino (eps 49-62)
Ending Theme Hunter x Hunter Episode 41:
#2: “E-Jan – Do You Feel Like I Feel” by Masato Nagai (eps 32-50)
#3: “Hotaru” by Masato Nagai (eps 51-62)
Hunter x Hunter Episode 41: Nippon Animation
Characters from Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 1999:
Main Characters Hunter x Hunter Episode 41:
Gon Freecss (ゴン゠フリークス, Gon Furīkusu)
Gon Freecss is a Rookie Hunter and the son of Ging Freecss. Finding his father is Gon’s motivation in becoming a Hunter. He has been the main protagonist for most of the series, having said role in the Hunter Exam, Zoldyck Family, Heavens Arena, Greed Island, and Chimera Ant arcs. He was also the deuteragonist of the Yorknew City arc.
Gon is a young boy with long spiky black green tipped hair and large, hazel brown eyes. His usual outfit is composed of a green jacket with reddish edges covering a black or white tank top underneath, green short shorts, and green, laced boots.
In some arcs such as the Greed Island and Chimera Ant arcs he takes off the jacket and wears only the tank top. In the Greed Island arc and at the beginning of the Chimera Ant arc he wears the Paladin’s Necklace, a Greed Island card with the ability to purge any external effects to a card the wearer is holding.
Gon is an athletic, rustic, and friendly boy who is searching for adventure. Also, he is not very good at math. However, having spent a lot of time in the woods as a child, he is very good with animals. Gon is an Enhancer, who is known for being simple-minded and determined. This determination and talent lead to both potential allies and potential enemies trusting in him and taking his side.
He has inhuman senses; Gon has a heightened sense of smell almost like a dog’s, he also has very good vision, as well as having a very keen taste. Gon wants to become a Hunter because he wishes to find out the depths of an occupation that would cause a father to choose the profession over being with his own son.
Killua Zoldyck (キルア゠ゾルディック, Kirua Zorudikku)
Killua Zoldyck is the third child of Silva and Kikyo Zoldyck and the heir of the Zoldyck Family until he runs away from home and becomes a Rookie Hunter. He is the best friend of Gon Freecss and is currently traveling with Alluka Zoldyck.
He has served as the deuteragonist for the series, having said role in the Heavens Arena, Greed Island, and Chimera Ant arcs. He was the main protagonist of the 13th Hunter Chairman Election arc. He also was the tritagonist of the Hunter Exam arc and the Yorknew City arc
Killua has spiky silver hair, very pale skin, and blue eyes. His eyes change shape depending on the mood that he’s in, narrowing and sharpening when he goes into assassination mode. Killua is fairly lean at the start of the series, due to the constant physical conditioning and torture training he received when he was young.
Killua is introduced as a character who appears similar to Gon: cheeky, cheerful, and full of mischievous ideas. However, contrasting Gon’s politeness, Killua can be quite rude to others, mostly strangers and older people.
He is most commonly known for having a sweet tooth; he loves everything sweet and spent almost 200 million (Jenny currency) on snacks when he was at Heaven’s Arena. His favorite snack is chocolate, specifically Chocolate Balls and Chocolate Robots.
Kurapika (クラピカ, Kurapika)
Kurapika is the last survivor of the Kurta Clan. He is a Blacklist Hunter and the current leader of the organization founded by Light Nostrade. He is a member of the Zodiacs with the codename “Rat” (子, Ne). His goal is to avenge his clan and recover the remaining Scarlet Eyes. He takes the role of the main protagonist in the Yorknew City and Succession Contest arcs. He was also the deuteragonist of the Hunter Exam arc.
Kurapika is a cool and intelligent individual, possessing vast knowledge. He is reticent; not one to open up to people easily and quite judgmental. His distance from others initially keeps him level-headed and moralistic, but his heart has been poisoned with sadness and hatred.
Having been traumatized from losing everyone he loved at the age of twelve, Kurapika closes his heart to new people and remains introverted to stay focused on his goal. However, Kurapika can be kind and affectionate, smiling when those friends are happy.
Though Kurapika outwardly states that he desires to become a Blacklist Hunter and his ultimate goal is to capture the band of thieves that massacred his family, he is willing to compromise his personal morality and delve into the squalid side of society in order to achieve his goal. He is prone to fits of uncontrollable anger should the memory of his clan be insulted in any way.
Leorio Paradinight (レオリオ゠パラディナｲﾄ, Reorio Paradinaito)
Leorio Paradinight is a Rookie Hunter and a member of the Zodiacs with the codename “Boar” (亥, I). He is currently a medical student, with a goal to become a doctor. Leorio is initially introduced as a very selfish narcissist who places great emphasis on material wealth. Despite his assertions that he is only after money, he eventually reveals to Kurapika that his dream is to one day become a doctor in order to help the poor.
He believes that all things in the world (lives, dreams, etc.) can be bought and that becoming a Hunter will provide him with the necessary funds for his medical education. Due to his first spat with Kurapika, as well as the test on the way to the navigator’s cabin, it seems that he has a sensitivity for those who do not take him seriously or treat him with disrespect. His real priorities seem to be friends first, then his dream of becoming a great doctor, with everything else afterward.
Side Characters Hunter x Hunter Episode 41:
- Hisoka Morow (ヒソカ゠モロウ, Hisoka Morou)
- Chrollo Lucilfer (クロロ゠ルシルフル, Kuroro Rushirufuru)
- Isaac Netero (アイザック゠ネテロ, Aizakku Netero)
- Feitan Portor (フェイタン゠ポートオ, Feitan Pōtoo)
- Kite (カイト, Kaito)
- Illumi Zoldyck (イルミ゠ゾルディック, Irumi Zorudikku)
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Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 (1999) Reviews:
1.Review of Hunter x Hunter Episode 41
Feb 22, 2009
62 of 62 episodes seen
Hunter X Hunter Episode 41 is a Shonen adventure series, yes, but there´s actually a lot that differs from your typical shonen show. In a good way. I´ll explain why gradually through the review, let´s begin.
The story is good, but not really anything mind-breaking. It´s about Gon, a 12-year-old boy, trying to become a hunter so he can find his father who left him as a child. A hunter is basically a person with a hunter’s license, and the concept of hunting can be almost anything.
As long as you complete the difficult and deadly Hunters exam and get your license you can do whatever you want with it, so naturally, there are all kinds of hunters, everything from hunters who hunt criminals, hunters who ARE criminals and hunters who try to master the art of cooking, for example.
So in the first part of the series Hunter x Hunter Episode 41, it´s about the exam and you follow Gon and his 3 companions as they try to survive the exam. What you´re going to notice is that the story involves very little fighting, and yet it´s really intense.
In the third exam for example they have to fight against dangerous criminals, but instead of beating up all of them with super-lightening attacks they introduce different kinds of simple methods, like janken, and make it really interesting. This is executed very nicely and feels refreshing if you´ve watched other Shonen series.
The show Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 does not end after the exam though, it continues with the celestial tower arc and the yorkshin auction arc, and especially the latter is extremely entertaining.
Yes, it is quite old and some people might not like it. Personally, I didn´t mind though, both art and animation were smooth, and even if you don´t like older art you´ll probably find it acceptable.
The openings and endings were nothing special, but I personally loved the BGM! The songs really fit well in the atmosphere and I actually came back to some parts just because the music was so good and fit the whole show Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 so perfectly. The voice acting was also really good, and I didn´t really notice anything to complain about. Voices fit characters really well (I watched the subs).
Here is when the series really starts to shine! The characters are great, and unlike too many other shonen shows they are actually both memorable and they don´t feel forced in any way, this without 12 episodes from their pasts. They also get developed a lot in the show Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 and you find yourself just enjoying watching the characters together.
Even if the first 7 or so episodes are a bit slow, once you get into Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 it´s never boring. It´s not slow-paced and there´s always something new and interesting happening in every episode (there might be some exceptions, but I can´t think of any just like that). It´s actually one of the most enjoyable series I have ever seen.
One of the best shows out there Hunter x Hunter Episode 41, watch it now! Even if you normally don’t like shonen shows, this might still entertain you! It´s not slow-paced, there´s more focus on the plot than fighting and it actually ends (even if the ending is very open). I recommend this to everyone and especially if you like other shonen shows, then you will love this one, it is the best typical shonen adventure anime out there.
First off, for the sake of simplicity, I’m going to cover all four series (one TV series and three OVAs) in one review, since they actually form a single continuous story.
Generally, I approach shounen titles with care since many of them strike me as a bit shallow and vacuous. Hunter X Hunter, however, sounded quite interesting. On the strength of one solitary review, I gave it a watch.
I’ll begin with a brief summary: Hunter X Hunter Episode 41 revolves around a ten-ish-year-old boy named Gon who discovers that his permanently absentee father, Ging, is, in fact, one of the most famous and respected Hunters in the world. Hunters hunt various things, from criminals to recipe ingredients, depending on their individual talents and preferences.
After two or three episodes, it seemed pleasant enough but uninspiring. By episode seven or so, when the Hunter Exam starts in earnest, it begins to become more interesting.
One of the great things about Gon as a ‘hero’ in a shounen title is he isn’t the most powerful character, nor does he want to be. He wants to be good enough to qualify as a Hunter and find his father, but that’s all – and he often fails to triumph in difficult situations, whether in combat or a battle of wits or a game. He is surrounded by stronger, faster, cleverer characters; in particular, the mysterious and repellent Hisoka is leagues ahead of anyone else in the series in sheer power and skill.
Again, though, combat is not as prominent as one might expect in Hunter X Hunter Episode 41. It does occur, but it slots smoothly and naturally into the flow of events rather than feeling crowbarred in, as is so often the case in anime of this type.
One of the strongest points of the whole thing is the interaction between the core characters. It’s hugely enjoyable simply watching them together, seeing their friendships develop, shift emphasis, come apart, and take on new dimensions. And every single one of the characters has more depth than I thought was possible in shounen.
Now to the negatives. They are few, but worth mentioning.
The first thing to mention is this series does take some time to get going. The first half a dozen episodes meander along quite sedately as though they’re little more than a travelogue. After that, everything is fine up until the Second Test of the Hunter Exam, which really irritated me. I’m not going to say why, since I want to avoid spoilers, but quite how none of the characters stabbed anyone in a fit of rage is a mystery.
The first major low point, though, arrives during the second arc, when some of the characters undertake a stupidly DBZ-like weight-training regime. I nearly took my head in my hands in despair. Fortunately, it was over fairly quickly.
The most sustained of the poorer points of the series is the aforementioned Celestial Tower arc. Fighting tournaments do little for me unless I’m participating (I mean Mortal Kombat etc, not actual, real fighting. Good grief, what do you take me for?). The major developments of this arc are pivotal to later events, but it was still a bit of a chore to sit through the duels – except the all-too-brief outings for Killua, who is always entertaining to watch in confrontations.
One of the things that unsettled me about Hunter X Hunter Episode 41 as I went along was the change in tech. The first plot arc is all sailing ships, bows, and occasional scraps of near-ruined modern technology (with the notable exception of a motorbike in Gon’s photo of Ging), but each arc increases the tech level until, by the time we reach the York Shin arc, cars, automatic weapons, and the internet are commonplace. This is somewhat jarring at first, but the more time is spent in York Shin, the less noticeable it becomes.
One more thing I’d like to mention is the music. The reviews I’ve read of the several Hunter X Hunter Episode 41 all claim that the music improves as the series progress. While I concede that some of the music in G.I. Final is good, I actually preferred the early music. In particular, I rapidly grew to pine for the melody I think of as ‘Gon’s Theme’, which is rarely heard outside the first story arc.
I’ll end my poorly structured rambling there (listening to this month’s Terrorizer cover CD isn’t conducive to coherent writing) with a high recommendation. Hunter X Hunter Episode 41 is among my top three anime. Fans of harem anime or fan service may want to avoid; fans of good character, interesting plot, and colorful action with the odd touch of the strange and sinister should watch at the next opportune moment.
Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 is your typical Shounen, Action, Adventure anime with the usual plot devices but with a pretty unique concept of hunting: This series Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 may not be adrenaline-filled action sequences but it is still highly enjoyable, with plenty of tension.
Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 starts of with skilled individuals trying to become professional hunters for their own individual reasons. The story follows a young boy (Gon Freaks) on his quest to become a hunter, in order to find his hunter dad. The beginning is just about candidates undergoing treacherous tasks and challenges, whilst forming bonds during the long hunter exam.
The characters of Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 are the usual batch of protagonists and antagonists found in shounen anime and each of them manages to fit the bill. They all are interesting and unique in their own way. They develop so much throughout the show Hunter x Hunter Episode 41, even though most of the time it revolves around Gon.
The first thing that may come to your mind with the animation, is how dated it looks however when you put that aside you can easily take the animation for its merits. The art style is great and there are plenty of fluid fights but they can be a little fast-paced. The music is pretty good, as it can help build up the tension and can just as easily release the tension with some upbeat tunes. Nonetheless, the music itself feels more dated than the animation.
Overall Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 is a very entertaining Shounen, Action, Adventure but with an intricate plot and concept, which develops as the story goes on. There´s plenty of stupid comedy to enjoy, plus a lot of major developments and intense combat.
Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 may not focus entirely on fighting but the methods of fighting actually evolve later on in the series Hunter x Hunter Episode 41, into something more diverse and complex (Nen).
It´s a shame that the TV series doesn´t resolve anything and the OVAs don´t provide any resolutions either. Other than that this is definitely a shounen anime series Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 is worth watching if you’re in this kind of thing.
Interesting Facts about Hunter x Hunter Episode 41:
- Gon’s surname, Freecss (フリークス, Furīkusu), is very likely based on the English word “freaks” (フリークズ, furīkuzu), as patently suggested by the phonetic and graphic similarity between the two words.
- Killua’s name is probably derived from the English verb “to kill”.
- His last name most likely is a combination of two types of a warrior, an amalgamation of the words “paladin” and “knight”.
- Kurapika has never been shown with a full name. However, “Kurapika Kurta” is the name given by the fans. Among the four main characters, Kurapika is the only one whose last name has not been mentioned yet.
- Gon finds solving mathematical and logical problems difficult. This is rendered by smoke coming out of his ears, and occasionally by his head exploding.
- Kurapika wears two earrings, although only one is seen throughout the series Hunter x Hunter Episode 41.
- Gon typically speaks in an informal manner about Ging, tending to call his father his “old man” (and then by his first name, “Ging”) in the manga and 2011 series Hunter x Hunter Episode 41. The 1999 anime adaptation opts for a more formal approach, with Gon referring to Ging as his “father”.
- Kurapika is the only character who falls under two different Nen categories.
- Despite being one of the four main characters of the series Hunter x Hunter Episode 41, Leorio has yet to face an opponent in an actual fight.
- Out of the four main protagonists, Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 1999 – Hunter x Hunter Episode 41 1999 – 2001 – HUNTER x HUNTER – ハンター×ハンター – HxH – HxH 1999 – Fall 1999 – Anime1st – Finished Airing – Completed Anime – The Official Source of Anime and DramaKillua is the youngest; during the First Phase of the Hunter Exam, he confirms that his age is almost 12, just like Gon. Gon’s birthday is May 5, while Killua’s birthday is July 7, making Killua younger than Gon.
- Gon’s Nen abilities are an explicit reference to the game of rock-paper-scissors. The technique “Round 2” is also named after this game, as the exclamation, he uses – “Aiko de” – is part of the exclamation “Aiko desho!” (あいこでしょ！), which is chanted in the event of a tie.
- Kurapika wears two earrings, although only one is seen throughout the series Hunter x Hunter Episode 41.
- Killua is nicknamed “Kil” or “Killu” by his family. However, neither Zoldyck’s employees nor Gon and his friends uses this name.
- Of the four main protagonists, Killua is the only one to have failed a Hunter Exam.
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