Review Episode 12:
Remind me to never, ever get trapped in a room with Killua and Gon. Seriously, how the other characters hadn’t killed them prior to them being released I will never know. They might be adorable, and they are, but small room, noisy energetic kids, and this is not a combination I want to endure.
Anyway, over half the episode is them trapped in the room so I was kind of relieved when they kind of put the rest of the challenges into a short montage sequence before they got to their final choice where once again Gon saved the day. So finally out of the tower and the question is, what next?
Review Episode 13:
I suppose the three and a half star rating on Crunchyroll should have tipped me given every other episode has had at least four and a half if not five stars. Recap episodes. Other than a minor letter framing device with some moments of voice over this is rehash of scenes in the previous episodes. Tedious in the extreme as it adds nothing.
So rather than a review I guess a collection of screen shots from the past 12 episodes will suffice. Moving on then.
Hunter x Hunter is available on Crunchyroll.
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