Catching up to current releases of a book or show is a time-honored tradition in popular culture, but catching up on to a serialized manga carries its own set of risks! Hit the JUMP (get it!?) to join Shane as he talks about some of these odd predicaments and offers "helpful" suggestions on how to combat them!
Gintama's gender-swap "Dekoboko" arc continues this week with episode 276/3.11 "Calories Come Back to Bite You Just When You've Forgotten About Them," and following last week's change, the TV Tokyo site has been updated again with the new listings for Tsukuyo and Sa-chan (but not Catherine and Otose). See who voices the pair after the jump.
Medical and hygiene product manufacturer Hakujuji, has previously teamed up for anime productions with series like Kancolle, Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions and Gintama, in that latter case offering a job to the luckless Taizou "MADAO" Hasegawa. Well, now the odd job crew of the Yorozuya have stolen that work for the latest campaign. Get a look after the jump.
With June 10th's episode 275 (or 3.9), "9+1=Yagyuu Kyuubei," the third anime adaptation of alt-history sci-fi comedy Gintama covers volume 50's "Dekoboko" story from chapters 437-441, otherwise known as the arc in which the citizens of Kabukicho get their genders swapped. You don't have to wait to guess to figure out who voices the altered cast, because the TV Tokyo site, as well as the modified ending, identify who's who.
The new Gintama ° anime will be continuing into the summer season with new themes for the third anime incarnation of the alt-history sci-fi comedy. Blue Spring Ride's CHiCO with HoneyWorks are on opening "Pride Revolution," while Aqua Timez's (Bleach, Naruto) "Until the Last II" will be the ending, introduced in July. More after the jump.
The new, third anime adaptation of Gintama has been skipping around a bit. After the recent "Patriot Reunion Party," it jumps back to volume 50's "Dekoboko" from chapters 437-441, otherwise known as the arc in which the citizens of Kabukicho get their genders swapped. This anticipated storyline gets underway in the 275th episode (or 3.9), "9+1=Yagyuu Kyuubei," June 10th.