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Hunter x Hunter Vol. 5: Family Matters

Hunter x Hunter Volume 5

Family Matters
Gon's new friend Killua may have run away from home, but that doesn't mean his family is willing to let him leave. Killua's parents sent his older brother Illumi to keep an eye on him during the Hunter Exam, and now Illumi has convinced Killua to return to the family business of assassination. Gon is convinced that Killua must have been brainwashed, and sets out with Leorio and Kurapika to make an intervention. But before the newly-licensed Hunters can try to talk some sense into Killua, they have to make it past the unstoppable guard beast that is trained to eat all visitors!
Yoshihiro Togashi
185 Pages
$6.99

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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 5. Now check out Volume 6!

Hunter x Hunter Vol. 6: NEN SENSE

NEN SENSE

Hunter x Hunter Vol. 6

Gon and Killua have split off from the rest of the group to spend the next six months training at Heavens Arena. But despite the skills they came in with, the friends are quickly outmatched by another young fighter who can access the mysterious power called "Nen." Nobody will hire a Nen-less Hunter, so Gon and Killua are determined to learn quickly. Do they have what it takes to become Nen masters?
201 Pages
$6.99

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