What’s one thing which can give entertainment beyond imagination and would be one of the best anime shows ever? Definitely, it is Gin Tama. It is a comedy, adventure, Sci-Fi, historical, parody, and whatnot. A complete package for anime lovers, in fact, Among the best anime shows, it has its own place. Only a few shows run for a long time and still be loved with the audience’s same enthusiasm. Gintama is a Japanese manga series written by Hideaki Sorachi published by Shueisha in Weekly Shonen Jump.
The manga began in 2003 and ended in 2019. And it sold 55 million copies throughout from its inspiration, various live-action films, original video anime(OVA), and two live-action spin-offs. And now the makers are set to release its third and final movie!
In August this year, the production house released its poster and a forty-second teaser. The trailer and the poster became candy to the eyes of anime fans.
Gintama: The Final season – Release date and production
Chizuru Miyawaki is directing the movie. The production house is Warner Bros Japan. Warner Bros Japan lately released the movie trailer giving hardly any clue to what it will be. Hideaki Sorachi is working on its completely fresh looks. The movie is going to release on 8th January 2021 in Japan. Its worldwide release is still a mystery.
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Cast and characters: Gintama
The “Yorozuya,” Gintoki Sataka’s freelancer business. She is the main cast with its amazing team. Gintoki Satak, voiced by Tomokazu Sugita, is the movie’s lead with outstanding fighting skills (being a samurai)
Daisuke Sakaguchi voiced Shinpachi Shigura. Shinpachi Joined Yorozuya while doing freelancer weird jobs around the Edo (Tokyo). He lives with his family and has a sister, Tea Shimura. He is considered the most cheerful anime character by anime lovers.
Kagura voiced by Rie Kugimiya, the female protagonist from the bloodthirsty Yato clan of the Amanto race. But she is amusing, blunt and wants to earn money for her family and escape her Yato clan. Moreover, She has to carry an umbrella with her as she has translucent skin and is sensitive to sunlight. The most absurd part is her being able to eat huge amounts of food.
Mikako Takahashi voices Sadaharu is an Inugami, a spiritual possession by a dog collected by Kagura and became a part of their lives. The dog is mighty but becomes tame soon in the series, but this might change in the movie.
What could be the plot?
The film’s website details that it will be adopted by the last season’s ending and will be moving forward with the plot. But most anime lovers believe that it is not going to be a direct adaptation. Rather, it would be most inspired and might have a completely different story with a few additional elements.
The anime was already a huge hit with its two spins offs. Gintama the movie (2010), Gintama: the movie: the Final chapter: Be forever Yorozuya (2013), and in fact, in 2021, January 8th, it is going to be the third and ” final” as the makers claim Gintama: THE FINAL. The IMDB rating is enough to show the worth of this anime, 8.6 out of 10. the show is on the list of TV’s top 250 anime shows on IMDB. In fact, My Anime List gave it 9 out of 10 and considered it the top 5, 10, 25, and 50 of all time’s best animes.
The movie seems promising and is going to make all of us laugh out loud. Gintama – The Final is available to stream on Amazon Prime and Crunchyroll.
Gintama: The Final "Movie" to Feature Art Drawn by Creator Hideaki Sorachi
The official website for Gintama: The Final, the new anime film of Hideaki Sorachi's Gintama manga, announced on Monday that the film's footage will feature four animation sketches drawn by Sorachi himself. Participating theaters will hand out four cards reproducing those sketches by Sorachi to audience members during the film's second and third weeks of screenings.
Theaters will distribute two more cards during the film's third week of screenings. Audience members during these two weeks will randomly receive one of that week's two cards. Written messages from 31 cast and staff members, including the director, will also be included in the audience gifts.
Participating theaters will hand out an exclusive Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba illustration card of Tanjirō and the Hashira, as drawn by Sorachi, to Gintama: The Final audience members in the film's first week of screenings. Theaters plan to hand out a new bonus to audience members every week.
Gintama: The Final will open in Japan on January 8. The film will be based on the finale of the original manga, combined with new story elements.
The manga is also inspiring a new net anime special titled Gintama The Semi-Final with a story that will be a two-episode prequel to the film. The net anime will premiere exclusively in Japan on the online dTV service on January 15. The film will also have a novel by Mirei Miyamoto that will ship on January 8.
Sorachi's original "science-fiction period-drama comedy" manga began in 2003 and ended in June 2019 with over 55 million copies in circulation. The latest anime series premiered in July 2018. The manga has also inspired various original video anime (OVA), event anime, two live-action films, and two live-action net spinoffs. Viz Media published the manga's first 23 volumes in English.
The first 49 episodes of the first television series began streaming on Hulu with a new English dub in December. Sentai Filmworks released the anime's first 49 episodes on DVD in 2010 and 2011, but that release did not include an English dub.
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