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It could be that togashi wants to end hxh before DQX comes out. (on other news vol 28 is coming to usa/uk )
i would prefer a good ending over a long extended series just for the sake of making money, besides if he needs a extra 100 chapters foor the next acrs could this keep us waiting till 5-10 years.
I agree with Negative Syndicate: the main goal of the series has been fulfilled.
There are major loose ends but YuYu is notorious for having a forced ending. There is no reason to believe that he will not rush the end of HxH too. I hope it lasts but I do not have a good feeling. I've read enough of these interviews not to put much credence into what mangaka say. I recall Kishi saying something about a Kakashi arc coming after the Sasuke arc. If HxH does end in March, Magico's fate rests in how many series the editors feel are ready. If they have three titles ready to go I think it is the end of Magico.
Just read the new chapter. Not to spoil but I no longer believe the series is ending. I kind of see where Togashi is headed with this.
Last edited by Kaiten; February 29, 2012 at 04:57 PM.
Impossible to predict but it feels like he is setting up an arc. Time will tell, I suppose, but we are getting a bit off topic. This discussion probably should continue in the Hunter x Hunter forum.
Last edited by Negative Syndicate; February 29, 2012 at 05:42 PM.
We should no already, right? Any absences would be announced at the end of this weeks chapter and included in next weeks preview. We knew that Gintama and One Piece would be off in advance.
Ohana and T should have copies already. Mangazone's raw provider too. The raws that are posted to distro and then online are from a different source.
Cover WSJ #14:
Oh well this confirms the Sket anime's fate. The cover says that the anime will be headed into it's second year so it's safe to assume that it's not going to end in April. Good news I think since we'll need a comedy fix to replace Gintama. (Though that hasn't been confirmed to end in April either, but with the amount of material it has left, I don't think theres much of a choice.)
Is just me or Beelzebub is indeed basically shifting genre?
Might want to ask that in the Beelzebub forum, a better topic for there than here
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