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Edit Synopsis The Amanto, aliens from outer space, have invaded Earth and taken over feudal Japan. Characters from the series have also appeared in Weekly Shounen Jump's crossover titles such as Jump Super Stars and Jump Ultimate Stars.
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The series focuses on an eccentric samurai , Gintoki Sakata who works as an odd-jobs freelancer.
He helps a teenager named Shinpachi Shimura save his sister Tae from an alien group who want to send her to a brothel.
Impressed by Gintoki, Shinpachi becomes his freelance apprentice to pay the bills and learn more about the enigmatic samurai. While working, they regularly encounter the Shinsengumi police force, who often ally with Gintoki when work involves dangerous criminals.
The trio also meets Gintoki's former comrades from the Amanto invasion, including the revolutionary Kotaro Katsura who is friendly toward them despite his terrorist activities against the alien-controlled government.
Although the story is mostly episodic, a few story arcs and recurring antagonists develop. After the true antagonist—the immortal Utsuro —is introduced, Gintoki works with both friends and enemies to stop Utsuro from destroying the Universe.
Hideaki Sorachi's main focus in Gin Tama is the use of gags; during the manga's second year of serialization he started to add more drama to the story while still keeping the comedy.
For example, in the first chapter after Gintoki fights a group of aliens to protect Shinpachi and Tae, Shinpachi complains that he only fought for "one page" and Gintoki replies, "Shut up!
One page is a long time for a manga artist! It is also described as being divided between two categories: "sci-fi comedy" and a "samurai comedy" with the former referring to the aliens.
Sorachi attempted to create this series since he admitted to liking the Shinsengumi, but ultimately failed to get anything off the ground.
Instead of abandoning the idea completely, he remained focused on the historical Japanese era but began to create his own story, adding in elements of science fiction and fictionalizing many of the figures from the era to create a story more to his own liking.
After great debate, he decided to go with the name Gin Tama after discussing it with his family, deciding on a name that sounded close to the edge without being completely off it.
The series was then set in an alternate Bakumatsu to give a bigger significance to the characters' bushido as in that time samurais were at the low point of their lives.
When Sorachi could not "shake off" Hijikata's initial design, he decided not to use him as the lead character, but added him along with the Shinsengumi to the story.
As all these new Shinsengumi were older than most of the recurring characters from the series, Sorachi removed them thinking they were not entertaining.
When starting serialization the manga was unpopular and was close to being cancelled. However, once the third volume was released, Sorachi found that he did not have "any fresh material to use.
While the drama ran during the first year of the series, when the manga was mostly shorter stories that established the characters and the world, he felt uncomfortable of making things related to the drama.
By the second year and beyond, he became more daring in his stories and concepts, creating longer storylines that included more drama while keeping his sense of humor and satirization of modern Japan by way of his fictionalized past.
When working on a chapter of Gintama, Sorachi sometimes has problems finishing the manuscript, leaving his supervisor to take it before he can revise it.
He figures out what to write by staying in his room or going for a walk. Sorachi defines Gin Tama as a "science fiction human drama pseudo-historical comedy.
When Sorachi is illustrating Gin Tama, he usually uses a felt-tip pen, a fountain pen , a brush-tip pen, and a multiliner, but for the major characters he only uses a felt-tip pen and a fountain pen, and does their outlines with a multiliner Gin Tama is written and illustrated by Hideaki Sorachi.
Viz Media licensed Gin Tama for publication in North America. A page preview from the series was first featured in the January Shonen Jump issue.
Two animated specials of Gin Tama were developed by Sunrise for the Jump Festa Anime Tour and The first one, having the same title, is composed of various autoconclusive stories meant to introduce the characters from the series.
It contains the and specials and an audio commentary. An anime adaptation by Sunrise debuted on TV Tokyo on April 4, The first ninety-nine episodes were initially directed by Shinji Takamatsu.
Episodes to were directed by Takamatsu and Yoichi Fujita, while the following episodes are being directed only by Fujita. However, in February , it was confirmed that the anime would continue for a fourth year, once again directed by Fujita.
In Japan, Aniplex distributes the anime in DVD format. A total of thirteen volumes were released for the first season, between July 26, and June 26, In November , an agreement was reached between TV Tokyo and the streaming video service Crunchyroll.
Crunchyroll would stream English-subtitled episodes for free one week after they had aired in Japan. Paying subscribers can watch new episodes an hour after they air in Japan.
Alongside new episodes each week, Crunchyroll also uploads episodes from the beginning of the series. Section23 Films' Chris Oarr commented that only the first two seasons were licensed, with an option on the rest.
However, shortly after licensing the Gin Tama film, Sentai Filmworks announced that based on the film's performance, they would consider releasing more of the series in North America, possibly with an English dub.
In March , Yoichi Fujita hinted the anime would continue once the staff get enough material to work on it. Shinji Takamatsu claimed the TV series "is absolutely not over.
It hasn't even begun yet! It will definitely return. The series premiered in TV Tokyo on October 4, It is a continuation of the second Gintama' anime that ended in March The main staff from the second TV series remain in Gintama with Yoichi Fujita as the director.
On December 21, during Jump Festa's super stage event, it was announced that a new Gintama TV series was in the works for an April premiere.
A key visual was also revealed. The new series aired on TV Tokyo and its affiliates for 51 episodes from April 8, to March 30, , which also aired the previous seasons.
Crunchyroll began streaming an English dub of the first 12 episodes of the series on February 1, An anime, adapting the skipped comedic arcs taking place before the events of the Shogun Assassination Arc, began airing in October The series spanned 13 episodes and ran until December Sunrise announced that the final arc of the manga would be adapted into an anime series and began airing on January 7, , spanning 12 episodes and running until March There have been three films based on the franchise.
A second film was announced in August by the Weekly Shonen Jump with the script being written this time by Hideaki Sorachi.
It was released in Japan on July 6, Although the film is marketed as "Final" director Yoichi Fujita commented they would make a continuation if it became a hit.
A third film was announced on August by the manga's 77th volume. In June , Shueisha announced the series would have a live-action adaptation of the series.
It premiered on July 14, The film stars Shun Oguri as Gintoki Sakata,  along with Kanna Hashimoto as Kagura and Masaki Suda as Shinpachi Shimura.
A sequel to the live-action was announced in November by Director Yuichi Fukuda and Shun Oguri and was slated to release in Summer The film was also given a working title of Gintama 2 Kari or Gintama 2 Working title.
The film premiered on August 17, , raising million yen on its first day, selling a million tickets in just 7 days. Along with the release of the film, a 3-episode miniseries called "Gintama 2 - Yonimo Kimyou na Gintama-chan" "Gintama 2: The strange and unusual Gintama chan" was also premiered on dTV.
The names of them would be 1. The 65th and 66th volumes of the manga were bundled with an original animation DVD each, the 65th manga volume that were released on August 4, , and the 66th manga volume on November 4, Both OADs adapted the Love Potion arc in the manga.
The music for the Gin Tama anime is composed by Audio Highs. On September 27, , Audio Highs published the first CD soundtrack for the series known as Gintama Original Soundtrack.
It featured 36 tracks including the TV version from the first opening theme and the first two ending themes. It included 40 tracks but it did not have TV versions of the opening and ending themes from the series.
It features a total of 28 tracks including the theme " Dondake! The fourth and latest CD soundtrack is composed of thirty-four tracks and was released on March 21, Each of the CDs also have an extra DVD with the original videos.
They feature the series characters transposed to a school setting with Gintoki acting as their teacher. The first novel was published on February 3, As of September 4, , seven light novels have been published by Shueisha.
In Japan, a PlayStation 2 Gin Tama game, Gintama: Together with Gin! The Huge Fight Over Silver Souls in the Kabuki District!!
On August 31, , Bandai Namco Entertainment announced "Gintama Rumble", a hack and slash action game for the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita.
On October 18, in the Japanese version and followup on July 22, including all other regional versions of the game, Gintama crossed over with The King of Fighters All Star , a mobile beat'em up spinoff of The King of Fighters.
In the original crossover Gintoki, Kagura, Kondo, Hijikata, Okita, and Takasuki as well as non-playable Shinpachi and Elizabeth in a few costumes such as Terry Bogard.
In the second collab Katsura, White Yaksha Gintoki, Kamui, and a playable Elizabeth incorporating the costumes from the previous collab into their moveset.
There have been various guidebooks for the Gin Tama manga and its anime. The first guidebook for the manga is Gintama Official Character Book - Gin Channel!
It features characters files, an interview with Hideaki Sorachi and original character stickers. Like the previous book, this one also has an interview with Sorachi and files for the new characters that have appeared in the series since the first guidebook's release.
It was published on April 4, to celebrate the airing of the anime's th episode. This guidebook features commentaries by the Japanese voice actors and the cast from the series.
The Gin Tama manga had 50 million volumes in print as of May  and over 55 million as of February In Gin Tama was featured in two Oricon surveys; it ranked at the top as "funniest manga" and 5th in "most interesting manga".
Magister Negi Magi. All three are "freelancers" who search for work in order to pay the monthly rent, which usually goes unpaid anyway.
Crunchyroll simulcasted the premiere of Gintama ' and its following episodes to subscribers from its site. Gintama' uses three pieces of seven music: Three openings and four endings.
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Download as PDF Printable version. List of Gintama episodes. Shinpachi Shimura returns to the Yorozuya and discovers his friends drastically changed during the break.
Feeling left behind, he returns home and discovers his sister, Tae Shimura , engaged to Isao Kondo. Tae and Kando enlists Shinpachi into the Shinsengumi and reveals that Tae is pregnant.
Shinpachi runs to the ocean and laments the sudden changes of those around him. There, he learns about Kyubei Yagyu 's sex change to modify her life.
They are interrupted by Kotaro Katsura who also changed his gender due to his and Kyubei's characters' similarities. As Katsura and Kyubei fight for the title of the best transgender person, Shinpachi leaves to find that the Shinsengumi members also suffered a sudden change in their selves; Sogo Okita is the leader from the group and orders him and Toshiro Hijikata , Sagaru Yamazaki to attack the Yorozuya.
As the three leave, Hijikata knocks out Yamazaki, as he was faking his change. He and Shinpachi learn that an invasion of parasite aliens is responsible for change to their friends and proceed to destroy them.
However, they find problems in the outcome, and both Hijikata and Shinpachi are knocked out in the process, with Gintoki being actually the only person without a parasite.
As Gintoki complains of writing News Years cards, Yorozuya learn of what his friends have done over the holidays.
He also receives cards saying his friends have gotten married, while they have lied and just Photoshopped the photos.
The episode ends with Kondo, Sachan and Hasegawa telling their story of how they wrote a News Years card. The second part starts with the same opening, but Gin complains of the lack of chocolate.
Kagura has a chocolate for Gintoki and Shinpachi, but is too embarrassed to give to them. She enlists the help of Otae, Sachan and Tsukuyo to help, but they are each too embarrassed to help her and make her give their chocolates to Gintoki.Gin Tama ist ein Manga des japanischen Zeichners Hideaki Sorachi, der seit in Japan veröffentlicht wird. Das Werk wurde als Anime, Videospiel und Light Novel adaptiert und ist in die Genre Action, Abenteuer, Comedy und Science-Fiction. Gin Tama (jap. 銀魂, dt. „Silberseele“) ist ein Manga des japanischen Zeichners Hideaki Sorachi, der seit in Japan veröffentlicht wird. Das Werk wurde als. Gintama ist ein Anime des Studios»SUNRISE Inc.«mit dem Hauptgenre Nonsense-Komödie. Beschreibung: Japan, späte Edo-Zeit. Die Erde wurde von einer. Die große Ära der Samurai neigt sich dem Ende zu und es ist streng verboten, Schwerter zu tragen. Nur ein junger Mann hält an der»Seele der Samurai«. Gin Tama (銀魂 Gintama, lit."Silver Soul"), also known as Gintama, is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Hideaki Sorachi and serialized, beginning on December 8, , in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen tastyrecipes4u.com in an Edo which has been conquered by aliens named Amanto, the plot follows life from the point of view of samurai Gintoki Sakata, who works as a freelancer alongside his friends. In a world where aliens have invaded Edo Period Japan, skyscrapers, trains and motor bikes have replaced the simple life of Earth inhabitants. One man however, still carries the soul of a samurai /5(K). 4/4/ · Synopsis. The Amanto, aliens from outer space, have invaded Earth and taken over feudal Japan. As a result, a prohibition on swords has been established, and the samurai of Japan are treated with disregard as a consequence. However one man, Gintoki Sakata, still possesses the heart of the samurai, although from his love of sweets and work as a.