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.
Sunrise's official website for the anime adaptation of Hideaki Sorachi's action comedy manga Gintama today announced with a brand new key visual that a new TV series is in the works. It will premiere in April 2015 on TV Tokyo and its affiliates, which aired the past three TV series. Hit the jump for more.
FFHA partner LONGLINES has announced their global rankings of horses for the period of 1st January 2014 - 9th November 2014. After winning the Dubai Duty Free Stakes in March kicked off a successful 2014, the top rank in the list went to Just A Way out of Japan. And, if that name sounds familiar, it's because the horse is owned by anime writer Akatsuki Yamatoya and named for a running Gintama gag.
Gintama's "tearful" anime special produced for the 2014 Jump Festa tour is slated to get a DVD release, set to be published with the limited release of the manga's 58th volume on April 3, 2015. More after the jump.