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Hunter x Hunter Vol. 10: Fakes, Swindles, and the Old Switchheroo

Hunter x Hunter Volume 10

Fakes, Swindles, and the Old Switchheroo
Gon's mighty adventure in search of his father continues, and this time he is forced to pawn his own Hunter license to raise some cash. Gon and his posse chance upon a silent auction bazaar along the way and meet a stranger named Zepile, who introduces them to the seedy world of rare item appraisal. But the real trickery lies in Nobunaga's effort to recruit Gon to join the Troupe!
Yoshihiro Togashi
199 Pages
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Hunter x Hunter Vol. 11: Next Stop: Meteor City--The Junkyard of the World

Next Stop: Meteor City--The Junkyard of the World

Hunter x Hunter Vol. 11

Gon, Killua, Leorio and Kurapika are finally reunited. Kurapika tells the gang that he made a Nen covenant to strengthen his ability by setting limits on it--all for the bargain price of his death if he ever uses Chain Jail against anyone who's not a Spider. Meanwhile, the Mafia is researching the members of the mysterious and deadly Troupe, but even the most foolproof database contains no information on them. But there's only one place where goons can avoid registration: Meteor City, the junkyard of the world!
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