It’s okay, Shinsuke-kun. It’s okay to cry.
i want a kamui vs kagura pls like i dont care about anything alse just give me a kamui vs kagura i want kagura to beat him up i want it to be a realy epic fight i dont want anyone to interfere i don t want anyone else to fight kamui except kagura please please please
You’re welcome! :D
OMG OMG OMG OMG. PLEASE CAN WE GET MORE OF THEIR BACKSTORY. I NEEED IT. JUST LET ME KNOW IF KAMUI WAS EVER NOT AN ASSHOLE PLS.
I KNOW. KAGURA BACKSTORY IS ALL THAT I LIVE FOR. And if it can add some depth to Kamui’s little blood-drenched soul, that’d be pretty great too.
In conclusion, Takasugi has his own idiot Yato sidekick.
*Translation disclaimer: I translated this quickly from the Chinese scanlation, so inaccuracies are present. (Specifically, I left out Takasugi’s last line on the last panel about destroying “神與.” What the hell are 神與. Is that a typo.)
gintama: where major shit can be ready to go down and the main characters still spend half the chapter in ejaculating penis suits
Jump Super Anime Festa tour to run “tearful episode” in 6 Japanese cities
This year’s 34th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jumpmagazine is announcing on Saturday that the Gintama anime will return for a one-episode special. This year’s Jump Super Anime Festa event tour will debut this “tearful episode.”
Jump Super Anime Festa will visit six cities this year: Tokyo on November 9, Sapporo on November 15, Sendai on November 15, Osaka on November 16, Nagoya on November 16, and Fukuoka on November 16. The magazine is holding a random drawing for 6,390 pairs of tickets. The Tokyo stop will include stage events with the voice cast members.
Hideaki Sorachi's Gintama action comedy manga inspired a television anime that premiered in 2006 and continued (with several extended hiatuses) until 2013. It also inspired two movies, including the “final" Gekijōban Gintama Kanketsu-hen: Yorozuya yo Eien Nare film that opened last July. Weekly Shonen Jump’s 33rd issue had teased that the manga is celebrating over a decade of serialization with “OOO” (an unrevealed term that can be spelled with three Japanese syllables).