“Gintama” Anime Plans Final Arc Adaptation And New Themes

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“Gintama” Anime Plans Final Arc Adaptation And New Themes

Since July 2016, Hideaki Sorachi’s Gintama manga has been in its final “Silver Soul” arc. While the anime has been catching up on the previously unadapted comedy stories in its Porori-hen, an early look at next week’s Shonen Jump reveals plans to adapt that final arc too. Though scheduling information is TBA, new themes are announced.

The new opening is “Katte ni MY SOUL (Forcefully my soul)” by DISH ( Naruto Shippuden ending – “younger brother” of the idol group Momoiro Clover Z) with new ending “Hana ichi monme” by Burnout Syndromes (Haikyuu!! opening).

“Gintama” Anime Plans Final Arc Adaptation And New Themes

While the anime is currently adapting previously skipped comedy stories for the Porori-hen season, it’s already been announced that they will adapt the “Silver Soul Arc” next. The production committee will share more details next week, but it can be a massive hint that the manga is coming to an end soon.

To build up the hype, the arc’s opening and closing songs were announced. “Katte ni MY SOUL” by DISH will serve as the opening and “Hana ichi monme” by Burnout Syndrome will be the ending.

“Gintama” Anime Plans Final Arc Adaptation And New Themes

Are you prepared for Gintama‘s final arc?

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