Hunter x Hunter (1999) Filler List and Watch Order

Hunter x Hunter (1999) abbreviated as HxH, is an anime that has 92 episodes divided into 4 seasons, with 5 filler episodes and its percentage is 5%. The anime adapted up to chapter 185 of the manga (this has 400 chapters, being published)

  • Rating: 4.2/5 ( votes).
  • Written by: Yoshihiro Togashi
  • Published by: Shueisha
  • Magazine: Weekly Shōnen Jump
  • Original run (manga): March 3, 1998 – present
  • Studio: Nippon Animation
  • Directed by: Kazuhiro Furuhashi
  • Music by: Toshihiko Sahashi
  • Original run (anime): October 16, 1999 – March 31, 2001
Score MAL: 8.4/10 286,198 votes.
IMDb Rating: 8.6/10 9,518 votes.

Hunters possess expertise across a diverse array of fields, spanning from treasure hunting to culinary arts. They enjoy access to resources and information that are otherwise inaccessible, enabling them to pursue their aspirations and interests. However, becoming a Hunter is a rare privilege, achievable only through successfully passing a deadly examination with an exceedingly low success rate.

Gon Freecss, a 12-year-old boy driven by the desire to locate his absent father, ventures on a journey to undertake the Hunter Exam. Along his path, he gathers three companions who share his ambition of challenging the perilous test: Kurapika, seeking vengeance; Leorio Paladiknight, aspiring to become a doctor; and Killua Zoldyck, a mischievous peer of Gon's age.

As these four hopeful hunters embark on their hazardous quest, they confront challenges and defy the daunting odds in pursuit of their dreams.

Hunter x Hunter (1999) Filler Episodes List

The list will mark the filler episodes of Hunter x Hunter (1999) (if any) and so that you can watch the anime in order, the extra material, whether ovas or movies, will be located according to their chronology. At the end, I will mention to you which chapter of the manga the anime ends and where to start reading the manga after the anime.

SEASON 1

The first season has 62 episodes, the openings used are Ohayou (1-48) and Taiyou Wa Yoru Mo Kagayaku (49-62); the ending used are Kaze no Uta (1-31), Do You Feel Like I Feel (32-50) and Hotaru (51-62).

  • 01. "Boy Going on a Journey x Leaving a Sound of the Wind"
  • 02. "Encounter x Intimidation x Departure" * Filler
  • 03. "Pride x Stormy Ocean x Duel"
  • 04. "Decision x Shortcut x Long Way"
  • 05. "Lie x Truth? Kiriko"
  • 06. "Steak x Marathon x Exam Begins"
  • 07. "Trauma x Limit x Sweet Trap" * Filler
  • 08. "Magician x Smile x Wild Animal Warning"
  • 09. "Menchi x Seriously Pissed x Second Exam?"
  • 10. "Failing Score x Panic x Voice from Heaven"
  • 11. "Explore x Sports Spirit x Stowaway"
  • 12. "Good Boy? x Bad Boy? x Killua"
  • 13. "Agree x Disagree x Trap"
  • 14. "Candle x Policy x Internal Discord"
  • 15. "Transient x Life x Majtani"
  • 16. "Rock x Scissors x Heart"
  • 17. "3 People? x 5 People? x The Last Decision"
  • 18. "Treasure x Memory x Hotel Room" * Filler
  • 19. "Separated x Diary x Soaked" * Filler
  • 20. "Giant Wave x Cannon x Huge Rush" * Filler
  • 21. "Fouth Exam x 44 x Number of Death"
  • 22. "Found Him x Hide! x Catch Up!"
  • 23. "Hisoka x Crash x Gon"
  • 24. "Damage x Resume x Fake Smile"
  • 25. "Slimy x Stingy x Inside a Cave"
  • 26. "President x Interview x Paper Test"
  • 27. "Hisoka x Kurapica x The Spider's Whisper"
  • 28. "Chat x Excuses x Comparing Guts"
  • 29. "Passed? x Failed? x End of Exams"
  • 30. "Killua x Drop Out x Turn Back with Force"
  • 31. "Dismissed x Party x Enemies are Bound to Meet"
  • 32. "Tour x Tourist x Killua's House"
  • 33. "Training x Hound x Concerted Effort"
  • 34. "Skateboard x Probationer x Real Intention"
  • 35. "Killua x Punishment x Family Conference"
  • 36. "Coin x Reunion x Change of Clothes"
  • 37. "Sky x Tournament x Fighter Participation"
  • 38. "Burn x Idea x Nen"
  • 39. "Convene Skill x Register x The Fight Begins"
  • 40. "Two Months x Rest x With Nen Restrict Nen"
  • 41. "Bandage x Punch x One Round Match"
  • 42. "Hisoka's Love x Fight x Gon's Real Strength"
  • 43. "Talent x Distraught x Nature of Killing"
  • 44. "Waste x Decision x Exam Results"
  • 45. "Restriction x Oath x Chain of Punishment"
  • 46. "I'm Home x Welcome Home x I'm Killua"
  • 47. "Father x Secret x Confession"
  • 48. "Kurapica x Black Eyes x First Job"
  • 49. "Heartbeat x Kurapica x Dousing Chain"
  • 50. "Killua x Big Fortune x Hunter's Bar"
  • 51. "Spiders x York Shin x The Staff"
  • 52. "Underground Auction x Annihilation x Machine Gun"
  • 53. "Ryodan x Injuu x Community"
  • 54. "Hisoka x Alliance x Eliminate Spiders"
  • 55. "Ubo x Kurapica x Senritsu's Conscience"
  • 56. "Scarlet Eyes x Final Battle x Cost of Life"
  • 57. "Gon x Treasure x Dangerous Man"
  • 58. "Gon x Killua x Lethal Pursuit"
  • 59. "Spider's Nest x Captured x Assassin Technique"
  • 60. "Kurapica x Secret Assassins x Zoaldyeck"
  • 61. "Spider Reunion x Zoaldyeck Family x Final Battle"
  • 62. "Kurapica x Friends x Spider's Doom"

Hunter × Hunter: Original Video Animation

The opening used is Pale Ale (63-70); the endings used is Carry On (63-70).

  • 63. (01). "Spider × Corpse × Fake"
  • 64. (02). "Friends × Costumes × Hell's Ear"
  • 65. (03). "Pursuit × Escape × Spiders on the Run"
  • 66. (04). "Hostages × Insignificant Bugs × Communicated Emotions"
  • 67. (05). "Report × Darkness × Released Chain"
  • 68. (06). "Dispute × Break-up × Swinging Fist"
  • 69. (07). "Exchange × Revenge × Judgment Chain"
  • 70. (08). "Feelings × Hopelessness × The Spider's Downfall"

Hunter × Hunter: Greed Island

The opening used is Pray (71-78); the endings used is Popcorn (71-78).

  • 71. (01). "Auction × Plan × 80 Percent"
  • 72. (02). "Electricity × Aura × Special Attack"
  • 73. (03). "Ren × Tests × Everyone's Journey"
  • 74. (04). "Start × Spell × Town of Prizes"
  • 75. (05). "Invitation × List × Show Me Rock!"
  • 76. (06). "Take × Taken × Card Hell"
  • 77. (07). "Bandit × Monster × Biscuit"
  • 78. (08). "Training × Raw Ore × Scissor Hands"

Hunter × Hunter: G.I. Final

The opening used is Believe In Tomorrow (79-92); the endings used is Moshimo Kono Sekai de Kimi to Boku ga Deae Nakattara (1-31).

  • 79. (01). "Masadora × Big Strides × Bomb Devil"
  • 80. (02). "Without Nen × New Year × Hunter Exam"
  • 81. (03). "An Encounter × Chrollo × The Gold Dust Girl"
  • 82. (04). "Contact × Razor × A United Front"
  • 83. (05). "Meeting Again × Hisoka × Sporting Event"
  • 84. (06). "Lighthouse × 8 People × Game Master"
  • 85. (07). "Jan × Ken × Rock"
  • 86. (08). "Unite × Impact × Bungee Gum"
  • 87. (09). "Struggle × Pinch × War Declaration"
  • 88. (10). "Stakeout × Preparation × Battle Start"
  • 89. (11). "Biscuit × Killua × New Special Attack"
  • 90. (12). "Energy × Gyo × Little Flower"
  • 91. (13). "Cruelty × Determination × Climax"
  • 92. (14). "Game × Everything Cleared × Finale"

Where to start Hunter x Hunter (1999) manga after anime?

Episode to Chapter Conversion: Where to Start Reading:
MANGA

The last canon episode that aired is 92 (14th of the Ovas from "G.I. Final"), this is equivalent to Chapter 183, 184 and 185 (p. 1-10) of the manga, which is where the anime ends.

MANGA

To continue the story in the manga after the anime, start reading from Chapter 185 (p. 11), this corresponds to Volume 18 (collects chapters 176 to 187).

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