Yu Yu Hakusho Episode 62
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JapaneseEpisode 62 - Toguro's Full Power, 100%This episode begins by Toguro saying that the difference of their powers is great even when he is at 80% strength. Yusuke says some stuff and cuffs appear on his legs and arms. Yusuke explains they are Spirit Cuffs to hold back his power. Then there is a flashback of Yusuke and Genkai before his final test when she gave him the Spirit Cuffs. Then Yusuke yells Undo and the cuffs come off and his Spirit Energy explodes and turns into a bird of some sort. It flies around the crowd and returns to Yusuke who absorbs it. Some more talking goes around. Toguro says it is time to decide who is the winner and charges at Yusuke. Yusuke charges back and attacks Toguro with a flurry of punches and finishes with an uppercut. Toguro goes falling to the ground as Yusuke follows and continues punching at Toguro making a huge sinkhole. Yusuke looks in Toguro's eyes and sees emptiness and stops punching. He jumps out of the hole as more talking goes around. Then Toguro emerges from the hole but at 0%. Completely skinny and no muscle build-up. Then he announces that he will go to complete 100%. He begins to power up as a huge aura surrounds him. His energy continued to go around killing demons in the crowd. After a few minutes he emerges with every single muscle tightened. Everyone in the crowd was surprised including Sakyo. More talking goes around from people. Then Toguro walks toward Yusuke slowly. Then he stops and flicks his finger at Yusuke. The power of it sends Yusuke skating and crashing into a rock. Then Toguro explains his power is so great that flicking his finger does so much damage. Then he flicks his finger continuously at Yusuke who blocks them by swinging his arms at the flicks. Then Toguro stops and Yusuke goes at him punching him. Then Toguro swings his arm at Yusuke which hits he arm breaking it. Yusuke goes flying into the ground screaming in agony. He stands up and fires another Spirit Gun at Toguro. The blast does nothing to Toguro. Then Toguro says Yusuke lacks the sense of danger and in the blink of an eye grabs Yusuke by his shirt and asks him if he feels like he is going to die and punches him in the stomach as Yusuke goes flying skating through the concrete into a wall. The episode ends there. -Mario W.
Toguro was surprised to find that both him and Yusuke were now even in power, even with Toguro at 80%. Yusuke showed these cuffs that were around his wrists and ankles. They were called Spirit Cuffs, Genkai gave them to Yusuke so he would be able to hide his true power until needed. Yusuke said "undo" and the cuffs disappeared. A huge bird appeared and Yusuke absorbed it's energy . His spirit energy was through the roof. He started giving Toguro a serious beat down right into the ring. Toguro came back out at 0%. He was just this skinny little body with no muscle at all. Toguro decided to power up to 100%. When he was done (again, killing more demons) every muscle in his body was tightened. He started to flick his fingers and Yusuke had to block it. Now, just flicking his fingers can send Yusuke flying. Yusuke was trying to block the finger flicks until Toguro broke his arm with a powerful a punch. Yusuke tried using a spirit gun, but it had no effect. Toguro explained that Yusuke didn't have the sense of danger, grabbed him by shirt and sent him flying into the stadium. The episode ends but the fight continues.- FiveIron16
Hunter × Hunter was adapted into a 62-episode anime television series produced by Nippon Animation and directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi, which ran on Fuji Television from October 1999 to March 2001. Three separate original video animations (OVAs) totaling 30 episodes were subsequently produced by Nippon Animation and released in Japan from 2002 to 2004. A second anime television series by Madhouse aired on Nippon Television from October 2011 to September 2014, totaling 148 episodes, with two animated theatrical films released in 2013. There are also numerous audio albums, video games, musicals, and other media based on Hunter × Hunter.
The first Hunter × Hunter anime adaptation was produced by the company Nippon Animation and directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi, who had previously directed the Rurouni Kenshin television series. A total of 62 episodes of Hunter × Hunter were broadcast on the Japanese terrestrial television network Fuji Television from October 16, 1999 to March 31, 2001 during the same Saturday evening timeslot as the anime version of Togashi's previous series YuYu Hakusho. Additionally, Hunter × Hunter has aired on the satellite television station Animax. Although it closely follows the manga, the violence in the anime version is lessened for younger audiences. Marvelous Entertainment has released all episodes of the series in Japan on DVD in 13 separate volumes between September 20, 2000 and September 19, 2001.
When the Hunter × Hunter anime covered most of its source material by 2001, Nippon Animation made the decision to end the adaptation rather than continue it with filler. Due to fans' unsatisfied reactions to the conclusion of the television series, three subsequent OVAs were produced by Nippon Animation. These carried the plot from where the broadcast left off during the Yorknew City arc and covered the Greed Island arc. The first OVA series was directed by Satoshi Saga and ran for eight episodes in four released volumes from January 17 to April 17, 2002. The second OVA series, Hunter × Hunter: Greed Island, was directed by Yukihiro Matsushita and ran for eight episodes in four released volumes from February 19 to May 21, 2003. The third OVA series, Hunter × Hunter: G.I. Final, was directed by Makoto Sato and ran for 14 episodes in seven released volumes from March 3 to August 18, 2004. After the original anime's initial run on Animax, the OVAs were aired successively. Viz has shown no intention of releasing English versions of the OVAs.
A new Hunter × Hunter anime adaptation was announced in July 2011. Instead of continuing the story from the OVA series, it restarts the story from the beginning of the manga in an attempt to adapt it more accurately. The series is directed by Hiroshi Kōjina, produced by Madhouse, scripted by Atsushi Maekawa, and character designs were created by Takahiro Yoshimatsu. The series began airing Sunday mornings on Nippon Television starting October 2, 2011. It switched to airing at 1:29 am on Tuesday nights from October 8, 2013 onwards. The series ended on September 23, 2014 after 148 episodes. An hour after each episode aired in Japan, American website Crunchyroll provided English subtitled simulcasts in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. The series started airing on Animax Asia on April 24, 2012. On October 9, 2015, Viz Media announced their license to the reboot anime at their panel at New York Comic Con. They will release the anime on DVD/Blu-ray with an English dub. On April 1, 2016, it was announced that the series would premiere on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block, which began airing on April 17, 2016. Madman Entertainment acquired the series for distribution in Australia and New Zealand, and made the series available on AnimeLab. Funimation began streaming the series in the United Kingdom and Ireland on July 17, 2020.
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