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Alert Megan Thee Stallion! Togashi’s long hiatus can be partially explained by his longstanding health issues — including back pain so bad he became bedridden — which are detailed in a series of Hunter x Hunter author’s notes. とりあえずあと4話。 pic.twitter.com/OwoB4ljp1x— 冨樫義博 (@Un4v5s8bgsVk9Xp) May 24, 2022

Tags: Something big is happening on the manga side of the Internet. Hunter x Hunter stans, your wait has not been in vain. Liked by over 670,000 users, the tweet contains what looks to be a sketch with the loosely translated caption, “Four more episodes for the time being.” The tweet had fans ready to mark their calendars with a release date. The manga has been adapted into a TV show twice, with the most recent ending in 2014. Yoshihiro Togashi, the creator of the beloved shonen manga Hunter x Hunter, has appeared to join Twitter and teased new chapters of the series in his very first tweet. First published in 1998, Hunter x Hunter depicts a world where licensed Hunters are charged with rounding up monsters and criminals, embarking on treasure hunts, and surveying new lands and creatures. Following intense speculation over the account’s veracity, fellow manga artist Yusuke Murata, the creator behind One-Punch Man, confirmed that the account indeed belongs to Togashi. The math started mathing for Hunter x Hunter fans, who are hoping there will be new installments of the manga on the way.