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Gintama Episode 1


The episodes of the Japanese anime series Gintama were animated by Sunrise. The first 99 episodes were directed by Shinji Takamatsu. Episodes 100 to 105 were directed by Takamatsu and Yoichi Fujita, while following episodes only by Fujita.[1] It premiered on TV Tokyo on April 4, 2006, and finished on March 25, 2010 with a total of 201 episodes.[2][3] The anime is based on Hideaki Sorachi's manga of the same name.[4] The story revolves around an eccentric samurai, Gintoki Sakata, his apprentice, Shinpachi Shimura, and a teenage alien girl named Kagura. All three are freelancers who search for work in order to pay the monthly rent, which usually goes unpaid anyway.




Gintama Episode 1


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On January 8, 2009, the streaming video service Crunchyroll began offering English subtitled episodes of the series. On the same day, Crunchyroll also began uploading episodes from the beginning of the series at a rate of two a week.[13] The anime is licensed by Sentai Filmworks, with distribution from Section23 Films. Section23 Films' Chris Oarr commented that only the first two seasons were licensed, with an option on the rest.[14] The first collection containing thirteen English-subtitled episodes was released on DVD on April 27, 2010.[14][15]


While the original anime series ended with the fourth season, a sequel series, titled Gintama' and directed by Yoichi Fujita, began airing on April 4, 2011 and concluded on March 28, 2013 after sixty-four episodes.[16] A third anime series, Gintama, was produced by BN Pictures with Chizuru Miyawaki directing. This series lasted fifty-one episodes and was broadcast from on April 8, 2015 to March 30, 2016.


Both Sket Dance and Gintama are gag series about people trying to help each other. Both have a protagonist who seems like a good-for-nothing but really cares about his friends, and both sometimes stop the hilarious comedy for a serious or really sad episode. Oh, and both ran in Shonen Jump, so both have the common themes of "friendship, hard work, and victory".


With three movies and four OVAs, the series hosts a surprisingly small filler list of only 22 episodes out of 367 episodes. This is much better than other shows like Dragon Ball and Naruto, which have much higher filler percentages regarding their overall series.


This part of the list concerns episodes that are canon to the manga. This means episodes that only cover what happens in the manga. As such, this helps to quicken the viewing experience by skipping unnecessary episodes, including those that mix manga and anime together and the movies likewise.


This section contains only the mixed canon episodes of the show. Mixed canon episodes are basically episodes that mix elements of the manga, with more dialog, action, or other events to help bridge the gap between the manga and anime.


As much as many anime fans may dread the very idea of filler episodes, the section will identify said episodes in case one wishes to watch them. Sometimes people like episodes that are made in the vein of giving the manga time to catch up.


Nonetheless, Gintama does indeed have filler episodes. Surprisingly, very little of the anime series is filler. Some people say to avoid the first two episodes, as they are not manga canon. However, they do give a good idea of what sort of series this is.


Updated on April 19th, 2021 by Sean Cubillas. Since the original version of this list was written, the Gintama manga had officially came to its end and the anime released its final movie in Japan. For years, Gintama proved time and again why it was like no other series. Its masterful fusion of endearing Shounen tropes as well as anime satire that is currently rivaled by no other are what made its final moments so hard to watch. Fans just knew that this was the end of an era. And, as many reflect on what made Gintama so great of a series, it's time to look back at even more of the anime's best episodes.


If this episode proves anything, it's that people should really spring for a good lawyer, lest they have to depend on Sakata Gintoki wearing glasses. "Men, Be A Madao" is the glorious courtroom parody in the series that has Gin try to defend Madao from a sentencing for a huge mishap at the train station.


Things go as well as one would expect from a guy whose only legal defense is wasting people's time and making fun of the prosecutor. This episode is famous for its extended Heidi metaphor, and the fact that the prosecutor uses an actual Gintama VHS tape as evidence during the trial.


One cannot talk about Gintama without referencing their ever talented, ever irreverent policing force, the Shinsengumi. They are, of course, only a reference to the original Shinsengumi and should not be affiliated in any way to accuracy in Japanese history. Case in point, this episode showcases their ongoing battle with cleaning just their bathrooms, fighting off the filth in their toilets.


As Gintama reached the end of another cour, the Odd Jobs trio fondly reflects in this episode on their status as a Shounen series and quickly realize that they probably have to end this show at some point.


Most anime, Gintama included, don't often make Christmas episodes, but there really is something special about Gintama's Santa Arc. Kagura's father, Umibozu, has regretfully been away from his daughter due to his job slaying aliens in space. However, he decides to make a real effort during this holiday to spend time with his daughter, and he dresses up as Santa Clause as a big surprise.


Lots of anime have beach episodes, and Gintama has one of the best out there. When Odd Jobs is hired to act as the life guards at the local pool, things quickly get out of hand when all of their friends simultaneously decide to spend the day poolside. As per usual, the Odd Jobs crew isn't taking the job entirely seriously, that is, until the Shogun Shige Shige shows up.


(Benizakura Arc) 58-61, The first serious arc of the series and the arc that hook many people into the show. Complete tone shift and where first major conflicts happen. This arc was remastered into a movie with added scenes and amazing animation which you can watch instead of the episodes. _Movie__Shinyaku_Benizakura-hen


200-201 (Santa Arc. This was where Gintama first stopped airing, so these were the final episodes of the series for the time being. Pretty funny episodes, but skippable. A temporary goodbye from the cast)


249-252 (Gintama was ending its airing yet again in Japan, so these episodes are all hilarious but skippable. 252 is about how the anime is ending yet again and the main cast apologizing to the audience)


(Ikkoku Keisei, or Courtesan Of A Nation Arc) 257-261. THIS. ARC. THIS. ARC. The biggest arc in terms of scale in the entire first 265 episodes of Gintama that remains of the best arcs to this day. All I can say is, be prepared to feel amazed. New villains, revelations, plotlines, and so much more will be revealed. One of my personal favorite arcs of all time.


How the show balances comedy and action and is able to tell a well-crafted story with virtually no plot holes is 5 episodes wheras other shounen struggle to do the same in 50 episodes (like Bleach and Naruto. I mean no offense. Those are two of my absolute favorites


till episode 300 gintamma was 80% funny 20% serious , from the start of 300th episode its a whole new anime now coz you are attached to all the characters & think that no one dies bam there is a emaotional death & revenge this anime is an emotional journey 041b061a72


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