Debuting in December 2003, Gintama is one of Weekly Jump’s most popular manga. Like anything, it will come to an end. And that end could be soon.
Well, it wouldn’t be Gintama if didn’t look zany, would it? Here is the first trailer for Gintama 2.
We’ve seen how the live-action Gintama actors in costume stack up against the original characters, but now let’s compare how individual manga panels compare to the upcoming movie version.
The debut Gintama trailer wasn’t exactly hilarious. The latest one isn’t either, but it does want you to know this: It’s a comedy.
Earlier this month, comedian Galigali Galixon was arrested in Osaka for drunk driving. This summer, the live action version of Gintama, a film the comedian has a small role in, is slated to hit Japanese theaters. Make that had a small role.
This summer, the live-action Gintama movie rolls into Japanese movie theaters. So, let’s check out the flick’s first trailer.
Starting April 21, visitors to J-World Tokyo, the indoor amusement park, can dress up as One Piece, Dragon Ball, Gintama, and Naruto characters.
If the point was to find actors who looked like the anime characters, then I guess the filmmakers did that!
I know I sure didn’t earlier this week. But did you? If not, look closer, and maybe you can put your finger on it.
Next year, a live-action Gintama movie based on the popular manga and anime is slated to hit Japanese movie theaters. Here’s a first look at the movie’s leads.
Loads of anime are adaptations of manga. But which ones are the best? A recent Japanese poll tried to find that out.
Like the Gintama anime? Good news, they are doing a new season. The premiere date hasn’t been announced yet, so no word on that.
Reports out of Japan state that manga Gintama is going into its final arc. The manga launched back in 2003 and has spawned anime, video games, and an upcoming live-action adaptation.
The third season of the anime Gintama started off with a bang. Or rather, a bawling parody of a disgraced politician.
Not every cosplayer makes his or her outfit. Many of them buy them. And Japan's largest cosplay outfit company Cospa just released its biggest sellers of 2014.
It's summer! All across Japan, there are huge (and impressive) fireworks displays. And yesterday, some of Japan's most popular manga characters got their own.