TV Tokyo's official website for the highly anticipated upcoming new TV anime series based on Hideaki Sorachi's action comedy manga Gintama today announced that it will premiere at 18:00 on April 8 (JST). The site also listed the new season's main staff and OP/ED artists. Check the latest information after the jump!
Next week's Japanese edition of Shonen Jump is set to reveal the artists performing the theme songs on the new Gintama anime, returning for its latest iteration on April 8th. Rock band Blue Encount presents opening "Day x Day," with Negoto (Galilei Donna's opening) on ending "Destiny." More after the jump.
Following a teaser in last month's Shonen Jump issue 9, Gintama PR has now revealed Banpresto's upcoming Gintoki prize DxF ("define x Figure"). Due in August, there's a version that features the muscular hero with his kimono around his waist, inspired by the anime's 7th ending, as well as a gag version with the character in his boxers, holding an adult magazine. Get a look after the jump.
In Japan, major anime magazines are published on 10th of every month. Animage (Tokuma Shoten) and Animedia (Gakken), the latest February 2015 issues of the two magazines are featuring the upcoming new TV series of Gintama on their covers. Check the cover images after the jump.
Hideaki Sorachi's alt-history, sci-fi comedy Gintama launched December 8th, 2013 and to celebrate the series' 10th anniversary home magazine launched a year of tribute spine art in its 2014 issues (commenced in December '13). Completed earlier this month, the whole sequence can now be seen. Get a look after the jump.