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It was announced on Thursday that the Japanese rock band SPYAIR will perform the main theme song for this summer's Gekijōban gintama Kanketsu-hen: Yorozuya yo Eien Nare (Final Gintama: The Movie : Be Forever Yorozuya) movie. This will be the third time the band has contributed to the franchise, with their first contribution being "Samurai coração (Some Like It Hot!!)" for the revived Gintama' series' first ending theme in 2011. They also performed the series' segundo opening theme titled “Sakura Mitsutsuki.”

Band leader MOMIKEN made a comment on the new song:

I've had the chance to do the...
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The last couple of years, the otaku industry and the various adaptations that are based on its titles has seen a dramatic upward boom. Last to cadastrar-se the celebrations is the live action adaptation of Gintama, the famous animê and mangá based on the work por Hideaki Sorachi. The action comedy parody has already sold over 1.3 million tickets and earned 1.78 billion yen in 11 days since its release on July 14. It’s officially one of the most successful Japanese films of 2017 so far.

The first episode of the 3-part drama based on the manga’s Mitsuba Arc released the first episode on the same dia as the premiere of the film, and has already mais that 2 million views on YouTube!
JUMP special animê festa tour to run "Tearful episode" in 6 Japanese cities

This year's 34th issue of "Weekly Shounen JUMP" is announcing on Saturday that the gintama animê will return for a one episode special. This year's JUMP Special animê Festa event tour will debut this "tearful episode."

JUMP special animê festa will visit six cities this year: Tokyo on November 9, Sapporo on November 15, Osaka on November 16, Nagoya on November 16 and Fukuoka on November 16. The magazine is holding a aleatório drawing for 6,390 pair or tickets. The Tokyo stop will include stage events with the voice cast members
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When one normally thinks of Jump series they think of 300-chapter-long epic battles with seemingly invincible enemies that have four different forms, or entire spreads dedicated to the hero powering up. After all, there isn't anything manlier than the guts and glory of finally slaying the Big Bad. Though gintama is pretty much 95% nonsense, por no means is it void of this Shounen Jump staple: Gintoki can certainly rip the enemy a new one when need be. What's interesting about Gintoki as a shounen mangá hero, however, is how often he chooses not to. Though I certainly wouldn't call Gintoki a...
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Name: Sakata Gintoki (坂田銀時)
Gender: Male
Birthday: October 10
Age: 20s
Height: 177 cm (5'8")
Weight: 65kg (143 lbs)
Dominant Hand: Right
Species: Human
Occupation: Yorozuya (Odd Jobs)
Seiyuu: SUGITA TOMOKAZU (杉田智和)

Sakata Gintoki is the dead-fish-eyed, naturally permed, borderline diabetic protagonist of Sorachi Hideaki's manga, Gintama. He's lazy, has problems controlling his sugar intake and refuses to miss a single issue of his Weekly Shounen Jump. Unlike goku whose power level is OVER 9,000 or Luffy whose arms can stretch around the globe five or six times, Gintoki's iconic bokuto...
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If there's one rule you can count on gintama to follow, it's to "fuck the rules" completely. Not unlike the series itself, Gintoki lives por his own code and nobody else's, choosing his own ways of going about life, work and disgusting eating habits without a segundo thought about what anyone else thinks. He's the kind of guy that will fly down the road at a billion miles per hora without a helmet, and refuse to listen to a cop who tells him he needs one, even if it's for his own safety. Even during his youth Gintoki appeared as the rebellious type--sleeping through his teacher's classes or disregarding...
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Though most people will recognize Gintoki por his silly perm and disgusting nose-picking habits, behind his nonchalant and seemingly lazy attitude lies a darker, unknown past that has yet to be spoken of in depth. Much of what we currently know about where Gintoki came from has been displayed in short, 2-3 minuto flashbacks, mentions from characters who have known him long before the series started, or in spoof trailers made por the trolls at Sunrise which tease fãs with titles like The Birth of Shiroyasha. Gintoki's story is being pieced together at a snail's pace, but I think that part of...
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The ties that Gintoki has to his former life as Shiroyasha live on mainly through his connections with his three former Joui War veteran comrades: Takasugi Shinsuke, Katsura Kotarou, and Sakamoto Tatsuma. The four of them together were members of the old Jouishishi, a faction of samurai rebels who were fighting to expel the foreign Amanto aliens. Though the war began about 20 years prior to Gintama, the Joui 4 were mostly involved in the later part of the resistance. Gintoki, Takasugi and Katsura have all known each other since their youth--as young boys they trained under the tutelage of Yoshida...
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Undoubtedly one of the most influential people in Gintoki's life, or perhaps the one person who "gave him" the opportunity at life at all, Yoshida Shouyou plays an important, yet mysterious role in Gintama. He is one of the main keys to Gintoki's past outside of his FORMER COMRADES and took Gintoki under his wing at an early age to train him in both swordsmanship and the bushido.

One of the earliest scenes of young Gintoki feature him sitting amongst a pile of corpses and blood in the aftermath of a battlefield. Yoshida Shouyou went to seek out Gintoki in this area and upon finding him, tells...
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Revealed at the Jump Festa 2015 event today (Dec. 21 2014)

Sunrise's official website for the animê adaptation of Hideaki Sorachi's action comedy mangá gintama today announced with a brand new key visual that a new TV series is in the works for an April 2015 premiere. The new TV animê project was revealed at the anime's super stage in the Jump Festa 2015 event featuring Tomokazu Sugita (Gintoki Sakata), Daisuke Sakaguchi (Shinpachi Shimura), and Rie Kugimiya (Kagura) today on December 21.

The new series will be aired on TV Tokyo and its affiliates, which aired the past three TV series from April 2006 to March 2010. mais details will be followed soon
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"From now on, you will balanço that sword to protect your very soul." -- These are words that Gintoki has carried with him since he was merely a boy receiving his teacher's very own katana. They're words that he very much lives by. Gintoki operates on his own rules and fights in order to protect his spirit and soul--and is always willing to do so for others whose ideals align with his own. The idea of the "soul" is probably one of the main, overaching themes of Gintama--I mean, it's in the damn title. It may be hard to see between all the poop jokes, mosaic censors, and blow up sex toys, but...
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Despite Gintoki's history of FALL-OUTS with friends, he's a person who manages to find them in every corner of the neighborhood, be it human, kappa or robot. The two most irreplaceable people in his life are the ones who work the Yorozuya alongside him (and never get paid for it): Shimura Shinpachi and Kagura. Not sure how things went down back in the Edo period, but I'm pretty sure these days there are child labor laws against this kind of relationship. Despite that these three main characters are inseparable. They work, live, eat starve, laugh, and sometimes even lose their lunches together....
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With Gintama: The Movie: The Final Chapter: Be Forever Yorozuya slated to debut in Japanese theaters July 6th, a new visual shows older versions of sidekicks Kagura and Shinpachi against what looks like a post apocalyptic version of the series' alien-invaded Tokyo.

Japanese fãs are detecting a bit of a Sword Art Online spoof in the new designs.

Given Gintama's habit of trolling fans, it remains to be seen how indicative this may be of what's actually happening in the movie.






Source: Crunchyroll
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Above Otose's Snack comprar lies the Yorozuya, Gintoki's headquarters of operation (that he's totally not paying rent for, por the way). Yorozuya (万事屋) literally translates to "house of 10,000 businesses". In other words, the Yorozuya is the place where Gintoki offers up odd jobs to anyone who needs it. This can be anything as simple as capturing the village panty thief, to stopping terrorists from blowing up the country. Gintoki runs the business alongside his two younger companions, Shinpachi and Kagura, as well as their mascot and giant pet dog, Sadaharu. To say that the three of them...
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When it comes to describing characters, there are usually a number of defining character traits which really make them who they are. For Monkey D. Luffy, it's his stretchy body and appetite of a starving child. For Frieza, genocide. In the case of Gintoki it pretty much sums itself up into a list of horrible addictions and bad habits, but nobody's perfect. As a matter of fact, one could say that it's Gintoki's imperfections that make him so lovable. He's not god-like or overly glorified in any way which makes him seem mais human than most super cool protagonists. (Well, MOST OF THE TIME, anyway.)...
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You stood patiently in the check out line, within the grocery store timidly looking around noticing the line of people form behind you all giving you death glares.
"Hey hurry it up!!"
"Come on I have to get home!"
"I have to feed my kids you bi-"
"I'm sorry, but my friend should be here shortly with my wallet." you eased chuckling nervously.
The cashier only glared letting out an agitated groan.
"can't you just let them go ahead of you till 'your friend' gets here?"
"No way, I've been waiting all dia in that line! I'm not moving!"
you shouted. "besides that's what you get for only having 1 check...
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Terada Ayano, better known as Otose, is Gintoki's "landlord", or rather the old lady who lets Gintoki and company shack up at the topo, início of her snack shop. She's best recognized as that creepy baba who demands rent from Gintoki every hundred episodes (or whenever he pisses her off) and occasionally complains about the Yorozuya's incessant screaming and trouble-making. Otose is often referred to por our silver samurai as that shitty old woman, if that clues you in on the way in which Gintoki shows respect for his elders. For the most part the relationship between landlord and tennant is comical...
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If gintama has taught us anyhting, it's that nothing spouts truth like the cold hard facts of a character popularity poll, and if popularity pesquisas have anything to say about women's horrible taste in men, then Gintoki is a testament to that. Turns out guys, you really don't have to work that hard to impress the ladies. Just be a jobless, naturally-permed, nose-picking freeloader, because according to RECOCHOKU'S ANNUAL POLL, our beloved Gin-san is the #1 animê character girls want to marry (knocking that equally unworthy asshole Hibari from his #1 spot from 2 years ago, what now Hibari, WHAT...
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Super heroes usually have a lot on their plate: anything from saving damsels in distress to keeping the entire world from burning down at the hands of a menace. Granted, Gintoki is no super hero, there are still things a man's gotta protect. Unfortunately for Gin-san, one of those things seems to be his baby-maker. You know, that. If you weren't already aware, the título "Gintama" carries a hilarious and most likely intentional double-meaning. The Japanese word "tama" has two meanings. Depending on the kanji, it can either be read as "soul" or "balls". Which means, yes, when said out loud, Gintama...
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"You are what you eat". If it's true what they say, then Gintoki is definitely made up of sugar, spice and everything absolutely fattening nice. But mostly sugar. Gintoki's addiction to all things sweet is something that's canon from the very beginning of the manga: his first appearance happens simply because his beloved parfait, mil-folhas is knocked over por an Amanto (who grows angry at Shinpachi, a worker there) at the cafe he's eating at. Though his actions appear noble--as if he's trying to help out the young four eyes--he's simply in it to get revenge for the life of his parfait. It seems pretty...
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