Hello, gaming and anime fans! The perfect anime arc especially catered to you has finally dropped on Netflix!
The streaming platform has finally added the fourth season of Hunter x Hunter––the Greed Island––for viewers in the United States. With 17 episodes, the season can be watched in English or with subtitles. Fortunately for those living outside of the United States, you guys probably have the Green Island arc on your Netflix accounts. Netflix has released Hunter x Hunter seasons in different patterns and for different regions. Some countries, just like the United States, only received seasons 1 to 3 while other regions and countries got all, if not more, episodes.
Hey fight show fans, we just added Hunter x Hunter season four and JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders! Gon and Killua take a trip to Greed Island, while the family Joestar continues its struggle against the immortal DIO. pic.twitter.com/HgST9VviOu
— NX (@NXOnNetflix) February 29, 2020
“Hey fight show fans, we just added Hunter x Hunter season four and Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders,” the platform has said. “Gon and Killua take a trip to Greed Island, while the family Joestar continues its struggle against the immortal DIO.”
The Greed Island Arc focuses on Gon and Killua as they get transported into a game no one has ever finished before. They do it for the challenge as well as huge prize money from the billionaire. However, what happens during the journey impacts Gon’s adventure. Whilst on the journey, the duo finds a middle-aged woman who masks herself as a young girl by the name of Biscuit who eventually becomes their mentor. Hisoka, sort of an antagonist of the duo, also comes along for the ride. Leorio and Kurapika won’t be seen on the series though, but the infamous clown is––making two out of the four main characters of the anime present.
Netflix adds a plethora of animes, also! With Akame Ga Kill, released in 2014 and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Stardust Crusaders with a whopping 48 episodes! With the upcoming release of Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution, the streaming platform is sure to go bonkers on the number of anime watchers this year.