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    Saturday October 10, 2020
  • Gintama THE FINAL Movie Releases Trailer Featuring Theme Song "Wadachi" by SPYAIR

    The long-running anime franchise's final chapter will open in Japan on January 8, 2021

    Today on October 10, the birthday of Gintoki Sakata, the official website for the Gintama anime franchise has started streaming a 30-second trailer for the forthcoming all-new feature film Gintama THE FINAL, featuring its theme song "Wadachi" performed by SPYAIR. This is the fifth time that the four-member rock band has provided a theme song for the Gintama anime franchise. Check out the final showdown after the jump!

  • Tuesday October 6, 2020
  • ESSAY: Is Filler Really That Bad? A Simple Inquiry Into the Nature of Time

    I swear that this article appeared in the original manga

    The words "filler episode" strike fear into the hearts of every anime fan. But what are filler episodes really, and has the idea of "filler" become too generalized? Let's find out after the jump.

  • Tuesday September 15, 2020
  • Gintama THE FINAL Anime Film Spills the Natto and Character Sheets for Main Cast

    Vote for your favorite episode and it'll see goods released during the film screenings

    Hideaki Sorachi's manga opus Gintama has run its course, but just like the final chapters not letting go, the anime continues on in Gintama THE FINAL anime film. Before the best film since Parasite hits Japanese cinemas, character sheets for the main cast were released today, showing us what Gintoki, Shinpachi, and Kagura will look like in the upcoming film. Check them out after the jump!

  • Wednesday August 19, 2020
  • Manga Author Draws Farewell Illustration for Gintama THE FINAL Movie

    The film's story will be based on the climax of the manga

    Following the announcement last week, the official website for the Gintama anime franchise released a new visual for the upcoming film Gintama THE FINAL today. The visual nelwy drawn by the manga author Hideaki Sorachi features a total of 34 characters from the series, and its tagline is "Bye-bye, Gin-san." Check out the farewell illustration after the jump.