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Reborn!, known in Japan as Katekyō Hitman Reborn! (家庭教師ヒットマンREBORN!, Katekyō Hittoman Ribōn![a]), is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akira Amano.


Tsuna is just a scaredy-cat junior high student who’s no good at school or sports…until Reborn!

Junior high student Tsuna is a failure at school, sports and socializing. But when toddler assassin Reborn arrives to groom Tsuna for his future as a Mafia boss, Tsuna may have found the “magic bullet” he needs to turn his life around!



Gon might be a country boy, but he has high aspirations. Despite his Aunt Mito’s protests, Gon decides to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a legendary Hunter. The Hunter hopefuls begin their journey by storm-tossed ship, where Gon meets Leorio and Kurapika, the only other applicants who aren’t devastated by bouts of seasickness. Having survived the terrors of the high seas, Gon and his companions now have to prove their worth in a variety of tests in order to find the elusive Exam Hall. And once they get there, will they ever leave alive…?


The life of Tsunayoshi “No-Good Tsuna” Sawada is a complete wreck. Terrible grades, horrible fitness, and a non-existent social life means he has no reason to attend school, especially after discovering that his crush, Kyouko Sasagawa, is already seeing someone. Unbeknownst to him however, the blood of Giotto, the great Vongola the First, runs through his veins.

Enter home tutor Reborn, an infant who claims to be the world’s greatest hitman. Under orders from Vongola the Ninth, Reborn has come to train Tsuna to become a worthy successor to the famous Vongola Famiglia name. Tsuna, however, refuses, and claims that he will never become a mafia boss. How will the world’s greatest hitman react to such opposition? Will he force Tsuna to adhere? Or will he use this unwillingness to his advantage? This is a story of a reluctant successor as he takes on the responsibilities of becoming the underworld’s next ruling mafia leader, with the help of his friends and a one-of-a-kind home tutor.



Reborn!, known in Japan as Katekyō Hitman Reborn! (Japanese家庭教師ヒットマンREBORN!HepburnKatekyō Hittoman Ribōn![a]), is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akira Amano. It follows Tsunayoshi Sawada, a young boy who discovers that he is next in line to become boss of the Vongola family, a powerful Mafia organization. The Vongolas’ most powerful hitman, a gun-toting infant named Reborn, is sent to teach Tsuna how to be a boss. It was serialized in Shueisha‘s Weekly Shōnen Jump from May 2004 to November 2012, with its chapters collected into 42 tankōbon volumes.

An anime television series adaptation by Artland was broadcast on TV Tokyo from October 2006 to September 2010, and ran for 203 episodes. A number of video games, light novels, and other products were also created based on the series. In North America, Viz Media licensed the manga and the streaming rights for the television series for English release. Viz Media only published the first sixteen volumes, with the last one being released in July 2010. Discotek Media later licensed the home video rights for the television series for subbed-only release.

Reborn! is one of the best-selling manga series of Weekly Shōnen Jump, with over 30 million tankōbon copies in circulation. Reviewers praised its humor, storylines, fights and character designs, noting that the series grew more violent after volume eight, becoming a more typical shōnen series.




Type: Manga
Volumes: 42
Chapters: 411
Status: Finished
Published: May 24, 2004 to Nov 12, 2012
Genres: ActionComedy
Demographic: Shounen
Serialization: Shounen Jump (Weekly)
Authors: Amano, Akira (Story & Art)


Akira Amano was born in Aichi Prefecture, located in central Japan. After early versions of the series were published in seinen (young men’s) manga magazines, Reborn! first appeared in Weekly Shonen Jump as a stand-alone short story in late 2003. The massive success of this one-shot story led Weekly Shonen Jump to begin serializing Reborn! in mid-2004. Amano’s work, with its entertainingmix of action, comedy and drama, remains extremely popular with readers.




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