Red Hood
The Hunters Guild: Red Hood
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Red Hood

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English: The Hunters Guild: Red Hood
Japanese: レッドフード


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Jun 28, 2021 to ?
Genres: Action Action, Adventure Adventure, Fantasy Fantasy
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Serialization: Shounen Jump (Weekly)
Authors: Kawaguchi, Yuuki (Story & Art)


Score: 7.181 (scored by 27242,724 users)
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Ranked: #55142
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Popularity: #1374
Members: 10,401
Favorites: 68

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In a world of fantasy creatures and dreadful monsters, the Hunters Guild, a large agency of mercenaries, welcomes dangerous jobs of slaughtering the beasts for money. Though many rumors are spread about the greed of the hunters, no one can deny that the job always ends up being done.

When a small hamlet is plagued by a man-eating werewolf amongst its citizens, the mayor hires a hunter to take it down. Grimm—the hunter who arrives—leaves the villagers in doubt due to her childlike appearance, but, as they have no alternative, they pray that she lives up to the guild's reputation.

Velou, whose parents were eaten by a werewolf when he was young, wishes to join the hunt but is deemed too inexperienced. However, when tasked with guiding Grimm through the forests and eventually fighting the werewolf alongside her, he is invited to join the Hunters Guild. Though Velou finds the offer to exterminate werewolves enticing, he still worries about his hamlet. Grimm, intent on recruiting new hunters into the guild, decides to put his worries to rest.

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Jun 27, 2021
hype_manga (All reviews)
I see a lot of potential with this one...

First off, apparently, the author worked as an assistant for Kohei Horikoshi's My hero academia and we can tell. Its art is expressive and gorgeous. The first chapter has similar plot points from My hero academia, but that's a given, because a lot of stories have the same plot, so it's not ripping it off. What I like from first glance is its setting, a twisted take on the classic tale of " The little red riding hood" where not only werewolves exist, but witches, vampires, dragons and other monsters also exist in this world. Speaking of, read more
Jul 2, 2021
Fatgum_ (All reviews)
"Listen bro, there is this "Little Red Riding Hood" looking manga where the protagonist is not a crybaby, but independent and mature ass protagonist that wants to become a monster hunter."

If what you just read wasn't enough to convince you then I'm not done.

Story: 8

By the first chapter the MC is looking pretty good as character design and "development" so far. He starts like shaky ass dude 'til he becomes freaking Billy the kid with his gun and Kratos with his AXE! (maybe I overexaggerated a bit). Anyway, the story is looking surprisingly interesting and if it keeps getting the same treatment like this read more
Jun 27, 2021
ASeaWeeb (All reviews)
As of the first chapter, it's nothing outstanding. Fairly generic plot with some good art thrown in. Wouldn't be too surprised if the series falls a bit flat and gets cut short, but it has room to grow and I'm curious to see where the author takes the series.

First things first the art is really good. While I can't say for certain how this author will handle fights going forward in terms of them being readable, what we have was really nice to look at and relatively easy to follow. The setting has this kind of victorian-esque influence with the biggest comparison obviously being read more
Aug 23, 2021
ZephyrK_ (All reviews)
The Hunters Guild: Red Hood by Yuki Kawaguchi serialised in Weekly Shonen Jump is a story brimming with potential as it tackles and excellently incorporates various folk lore in a beautiful Shonen fashion.

Right now the pacing of the manga is perfect, characters are being introduced and developed at a steady and enjoyable rate as well as each chapter being packed with lore and world building. Each chapter your left immersed in the beauty of the world created by Kawaguchi brought to life by his distinct yet familiar art style from his days as an assistant to Kohei Hirokoshi for My Hero Academia.

I've been reading since read more

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