Gintama 167

Otose and Tama talk, Tama is made of polygons.

And so a new arc starts.


Otose and Gintama talk, Tama has been reduced to a character sprite.



They take her to the old mechanic, Gengai Hiraga, where they find out that she has a virus/bug. Gintoki gets hit by the hammer from one of the Hiraga’s robots, and shrinks.



Shinpachi and Kagura are also hit. Hiraga has equipped them with toothpicks that have similar abilities to the modified Bokuto he gave him that shot soy sauce. They then go inside Tama, sail down a river in a bowl, and meet a man in a white.



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4 Responses to Gintama 167

  1. Point Blank Sniper says:

    ???whats going on?
    the arcs only have one ep in between?? is this supposed to be a short arc or another epic one?

  2. Ginnodangan says:

    It lasts around four chapters so I’m guessing it’ll last around four episodes. I haven’t read the manga for it yet (will do so shortly) but it looks like it’ll be like the Otsuu fanclub arc.
    There’s another one shortly after it with Tsukuyo that looks to be on par with the Benizakura, Itou, and Yoshiwara arcs but I can see them saving that till later on.

  3. Point Blank Sniper says:

    wow it’s like some arc marathon…and rumbel is a year behind XD…all the subs i watch from are always half dead and lagging behind by a lot XD it’s like i curse them into becoming slow by watching their releases T_T
    watched up to the 4th Kara no Kyoukai movie, i must say, even though they are not in chronological order, it it made lots of sense when the stuff eventually gets explained in later movies. i thought it would be messed up and confusing, but i guess i was wrong. aside from the first movie, i think they are pretty good but they dont look like theatre worthy movies XD they were way too short and the way they were set up was more like a tv broadcasted ep. XD i have yet to see if the 5th on is worthy of the big screen, but from the preview and length alone, i thinkk it is =)

  4. Ginnodangan says:

    I think we’re going to get some anime orginal episodes first, but Gintama does those well.

    The length may not seem theater worthy but the animation quality definately does.
    However the fifth movie is easily thearter worthy as the previous movies were practically buildup in preparation for it. You may need to watch it more than once for it to make sense though.

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