It announced that the manga is wrapping up. It announced that there's a live-action movie in the works. It announced that the anime is returning. Now, Gintama is preparing for ANOTHER big announcement. An early look at next week's issue of Shonen Jump has revealed that the news is coming in the following week's issue 48. More after the jump.
J-WORLD TOKYO, an indoor amusement park based on the manga titles that run in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine, is turning the Gintama section of the park into a monkey house with a Halloween-themed event entitled "Gorilla Fest 2016". Hit the jump to learn more.
An early look at next week's issue 42 of Shonen Jump has revealed that the teased announcement concerning Gintama certainly was big, but maybe they were being facetious when they hyped it as more surprising than the live-action movie. The expected/hoped for next TV anime is in fact on its way. More after the jump.
It looks like the upcoming live-action Gintama film may have a bit of a dark edge to it, because a sextet of new cast members have been announced, and each one plays a character from the "Benizakura Arc". Hit the jump to learn more.