Is this Orang juice worth the squeeze?    We and our guest YouTuber RuffSenpai discuss Hiro Mashima’s (Fairy Tale, Edens Zero, Rave Master) Shounen Rival manga Monster Hunter Orage.    Show Notes: You can reach us at Twitter @shonenflopcast or email us   You can find our guest at   Help keep the show running by joining the Shonen Flop Patreon at Get perks like early access to episodes; bonus episodes on series like PPPPPP, Akane Banashi, and Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer; and help us decide future comment   Get Shonen Flop merch, including this episode’s cover art, on a shirt, mug, print, or whatever else might catch your eye   Become a member of our community by joining our Discord. You can hang out with us, submit your questions or six word summaries! Find it at   Want to be a guest? You can ask to be on a future episode at   Credits: Shonen Flop is hosted by David Weinberger and Jordan Forbes   Additional editing assistance by Dylan Crider you can find his podcast, Anime Out of Context at   Assistance with pronunciation, translation, and other miscellaneous research done by Tucker Whatley and MaxyBee   Episode art by Merliel (IG: mer_liel)   Cover art funded by our generous art benefactor Nigel Francis   Episode transcriptions by The Ghostwriters: Travis “T” Root, OzyRat, and TrafalagarWolfwood. You can find them on our website   Shiki Ryuuhou is a Monster Hunter in a world full of fantastic creatures. Before his master, Gurelli Jescar, met an untimely death, he taught Shiki the most important skill of being a Monster Hunter: teamwork.   Several years later, wielding his dual blades, Shiki heads to Akayama Town's Guild to find himself a partner. He takes a liking to the unwilling Irie Jescar, a girl notorious for rejecting any attempt at camaraderie. But her attitude soon changes; when Shiki saves her from a Rathian attack, he reveals that he has the mark of a Forbidden Hunter—meaning he is free to hunt—and that he has only one goal: to fight the legendary Miogaruna.   Irie is surprised that Shiki believes in the Miogaruna, as the only other person who believed in its existence was her late father, Gurelli. Motivated by the discovery of their shared connection, Irie and Shiki team up to fulfill Gurelli's lifelong dream. Thus, the two embark on their legendary journey, gaining allies and rivals while hunting monsters in the grand quest to find the Miogaruna.

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