Hunter x Hunter Manga Scans
Well, if it's about where to get the Hunter x Hunter manga...I'm not so highly informed...(well...I know sites you can go to to get it off the Internet...but in case you were looking for it in stores...I don't know.) If you live in the U.S. volume 1-7 of Hunter x Hunter is now available at Barnes and Nobles Booksellers, Borders, and other comic stores.
If you want to get it off the Internet...check out these sites:
www.mangaviewer.vrwarp.com Technically your supposed to register and then you can see all the other manga there...like Death Note, Devil&Devil, Naruto, etc. It's mostly good because you can read on the Internet.
www.stoptazmo.com Download Hunter x Hunter from here. They have a TON of other mangas, but since there's lots of people who visit this site, its really busy, so the downloads might end up being incomplete.
Squiggle-Manga This site has the newest chapters of Hunter x Hunter.
www.msnusers.com/HxHManga Another site that lets you read Hunter x Hunter on the Internet. However, unlike Mangaviewer, they don't offer downloads, and the pictures are smaller (text is smaller and harder toread-->although this depends on what you're used to reading, big or small text.)
I'm not really sure about other countries and where you get the manga--although I'm pretty sure the anime can be found in China in one of those CD/DVD/video/whatever selling stores. Or you can order the Chinese Hunter x Hunter off the Internet. It seems they have translated up to volume 21, which is only a volume behind Japan.
After watching the anime, I guess I noticed lots of differences. Most of the differences were good though (there didn't seem to be many cuts, if any at all, that is), since they were just additions. The part where Anika showed up, that was an addition, not in the manga.