Friday, April 11, 2014

Gekijouban Hunter x Hunter: Za Rasuto Misshon

Gekijouban Hunter x Hunter: Za Rasuto Misshon

Gekijouban Hunter x Hunter: Za Rasuto Misshon



Alternative Title(s):

Gekijouban Hunter x Hunter: Za Rasuto Misshon
Hunter x Hunter: The Last Mission


Genre(s):
    Action, Adventure, Shounen, Super Power
Type :
    Movie
Date Released:
    November 30 , 1999
Date Finished:
    No Confirmation




Synopsis

Hunter x Hunter: The Last Mission


The strongest Hunters that once existed in the Hunters Association were split into 'light' and 'dark', and each walked down their respective paths. The 'dark' side begins moving in order to massacre all Hunters! What actions will Gon take when the many crimes of Netero and the Hunters Association are unveiled...?! Hunter x Hunter: The Last Mission

Seeker × Hunter: The Last Mission (劇場版 Hunter×hunter ザラストミッション, Gekijō-boycott Hunter×hunter Za Rasuto Misshon) is the second film dependent upon Yoshihiro Togashi's Hunter × Hunter, regulated by Keiichiro Kawaguchi and scripted by Nobuaki Kishima. It was discharged in Japanese theaters on December 27, 2013 and was discharged in Malaysian films on 27 March 2014. Hunter x Hunter: The Last Mission

The strongest Hunters that once existed in the Hunter Association were part into "light" and "dull", and each one strolled down their individual ways. The "dull" side starts moving to slaughter all Hunters! After a fierce assault from the "dim" side Hunters, Killua is harmed and Kurapika is just about dead. What is the genuine objective behind the strike on all the Hunters? Presently that the unlawful acts of Netero & the Association are affirmed openly. Will Gon take the dim side's way to discover the fundamental quality to spare his companions? What moves will Gon make when the numerous law violations of Netero and the Hunter Association are unveiled...!? Hunter x Hunter: The Last Mission

Trailer:
Gekijouban Hunter x Hunter: Za Rasuto Misshon
Hunter x Hunter: The Last Mission


Related:

[Parent Story] Hunter X Hunter (2011)

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