It looks like the latest Gintama announcement might be a bit anticlimactic after plans to end manga, adapt for live-action and continue anime
It looks the latest Gintama announcement might be a bit anticlimactic after the series announced that the manga is wrapping up, announced that there's a live-action movie in the works and announced that the anime is returning. An early look at next week's issue of Shonen Jump has revealed that the teased big, new announcement concerns an exhibit at the Akihabra Urban Development X (UDX) shopping/entertainment/event space complex this December.
Gintama is receiving an UDX exhibition event at Akihabara in December. pic.twitter.com/TFJDoGe4nC— YonkouProductions (@YonkouProd) October 26, 2016
For those Gintama fans breathing a sigh of relief about the exhibition news. What if it's also happening in December to tie to an end date.— YonkouProductions (@YonkouProd) October 26, 2016
The isssue's announcement for Isobe Isobee Monogatari: Ukiyo wa Tsurai yo, a very-Japanese comedy series that follows the non-adventures of a slacker samurai, told in wood block style, concerns a collaboration with Yasutaka Nakamura.
Isobe is receiving a collaboration with Music Producer Yasutaka Nakamura. pic.twitter.com/jcVccCa0t5— YonkouProductions (@YonkouProd) October 26, 2016