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He's small, he's scaly, he's Gon! This tiny dinosaur may seem like nothing but a lazy reptile that lounges around and causes mischief, but he's also a pint-sized powerhouse filled with energy who can defend himself when the right kind of food is involved. Whether he's riding a lion like a horse, stealing fish from the mouth of a giant shark or playing house with a group of penguins, Gon manages to get into trouble on every adventure he takes.

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Anime Relations

Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Gon TV 2012 Anime Adaptation
Name Role
Masashi TANAKA Artist
Masashi TANAKA Author

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I Own YOU Manga! chii 24 Dec 8, 2011
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Both series focus on an unusual T-rex who finds himself in a world where dinosaurs (other than himself) no longer exist.