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  • The studio was also responsible for the first Beyblade anime series as well as the Dragon Drive anime and the 2011 anime adaptation of Hunter × Hunter.Madhouse (company)-Wikipedia
  • Their songs "Hyōri Ittai" (表裏一体), "Reason", and "Nagareboshi Kirari" (流れ星キラリ) were used as ending themes of the 2011 anime series Hunter × Hunter.Yuzu (band)-Wikipedia
  • Galneryus' next single "Hunting for Your Dream" was used as the second closing theme for the new Hunter × Hunter anime adaptation.Galneryus-Wikipedia
  • Out of them, Hunter × Hunter is serialized on an irregular basis and Burn the Witchs continuation is yet to be announced.Weekly Shōnen Jump-Wikipedia
  • In 2011, she made her debut as a voice actress in the role of the main character Gon Freecss in the 2011 anime series Hunter × Hunter.Megumi Han-Wikipedia
  • Chrollo Lucilfer and Shizuku Murasaki from manga series Hunter × Hunter sport the cross - Chrollo has it emblazoned on the back of his coat and Shizuku wears it as a necklace.Cross of Saint Peter-Wikipedia

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