» » Gin Tama, Volume 3

epub Gin Tama, Volume 3 download

by Hideaki Sorachi,Frances Wall

  • ISBN: 1421513609
  • Author: Hideaki Sorachi,Frances Wall
  • ePub ver: 1669 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1669 kb
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 200
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC; 1st edition (November 6, 2007)
  • Formats: lrf lit docx azw
  • Category: Comics
  • Subcategory: Manga
epub Gin Tama, Volume 3 download

Gin Tama, Volume 3 has been added to your Cart.

Gin Tama, Volume 3 has been added to your Cart.

Gin's "to do" list for this volume: 1. Pick a fight with those Shinsengumi losers 2. Throw out my old SHONEN JUMP magazines 3. Save Shinpachi and Kagara AGAIN 4. Take Kagura's so-called dog for a walk 5. Protect the environment. About The Illustrator. Publisher: VIZ Media LLC (November 6, 2007). ISBN13: 9781421513607. Browse Related Books.

Gintama: 3nen Zgumi Ginpachi Sensei. Pick a fight with those Shinsengumi losers2. Throw out my old SHONEN JUMP magazines3. Save Shinpachi and Kagara AGAIN4. Take Kagura's so-called dog for a walk5. Protect the environment show more.

View all Gintama, Volume 03 pictures.

Thanks to translations from obon on Twitter, Sorachi had the following message of thanks for fans, "Welp, with this final volume Gintama has come to an end. Well, I can't say as a work it's completely over, but as far as the manga is concerned, I've jam packed it with everything I wanted, and leave the rest to the Yorozuya.

Gin Tama, Vol. 3 book. Gin's to do list for this volume:1.

Sorachi made his manga debut with the one-shot story DANDELION, which is included in volume 1 of the GIN TAMA graphic novels.

His ongoing series, GIN TAMA, became a huge hit when it began running in the pages of Japan's Weekly Shonen Jump in 2004. A GIN TAMA animated series followed soon after, premiering on Japanese TV in April 2006. Sorachi made his manga debut with the one-shot story DANDELION, which is included in volume 1 of the GIN TAMA graphic novels.

Breaking the 4th wall, Gintama makes fun of itself and apologizes for any offence it could give to it readers with recurrent Jump gags. Other books in the series. Gin Tama (1 - 10 of 77 books).

Gin's "to do" list for this volume:1. Pick a fight with those Shinsengumi losers2. Throw out my old SHONEN JUMP magazines3. Save Shinpachi and Kagara AGAIN4. Take Kagura's so-called dog for a walk5. Protect the environment
Comments (7)

Tuliancel
Just as good as the others!
Reighbyra
Even after nine volumes, Sorachi's imagination never fails to bring a smile to my face. Even the omake pages, which Sorachi complains about frequently, are still amusing. Gin Tama is a great manga altogether; great art, plenty of action, teaches morals without losing the humor. I definitely recommend it to anybody who's looking for a casual read. Gin Tama will be running for a long time yet, so you won't be disappointed by it ending too soon, like so many mangas do. While you're at it- crunchyroll has a simulcast of the Gin Tama anime subs! Definitely worth watching!
NI_Rak
It came on time with no problems.
Zamo
good
Getaianne
good
Vichredag
thanks
Stonewing
Love Gintama!
It says something about "Gin Tama" that being rescued from drug-running space pirates is all in a day's work. The third volume of Hideaki Sorachi's hilarious series picks up where the second left off, but promptly launches into a string of one-off, hysterical stories about firefighters, kappas, and pet shows.

Gin and Katsura disguise themselves as space pirates, and board the pirates' ship -- just as the scum are dumping Kagura overboard. This event unveils some new problems for the Shinsengumi, who are forced to protect a foul-mouthed toad who's being targeted by anti-alien organizations.

In the stories that follow, Gin and company encounter a weird bunch of problems -- a familiar animal-obsessed alien prince and depressed taxi driver, a battle over cherry blossom-viewing spots, a selfish boy-bander dating Shinpachi's favorite idol a kappa in danger of losing his home, and a gung-ho female firefighter in search of a firebug. They even enter Sadaharu in a pet contest... against "Captain" Katsura and his man-sized penguin Elizabeth.

Having come up with a mad mixture of science fiction and Meiji-era dilemmas, Hideaki Sorachi seems to have settled into a nice, insane groove in "Gin Tama Volume 3." It's a nice steady stream of insanity -- pet show deathmatches, helmet-and-hammer games, assaults in a toilet stall, space pirates, and our steadfast heroes dressing like kappa. Ah, bliss.

But despite the inherent madness of the series, Sorachi manages some solid little storylines about lost families, environmental action, and some insane race-and-tackle competitions. And he crams it with bad songs, toilet humor, hilarious dialogue ("Since I can't figure out how to separate the trash, I've decided to live a life of depravity... like a fallen angel") and weird scenarios (Katsura and Gin in stereotypical pirate mode, complete with fake scars, hook and eyepatches).

And Sorachi obviously has some affection for his whacked-out characters -- Gin continues to be a painfully-mellow-unless-enraged slacker, while Shinpachi's fanboyishness goes to new heights. And the Shinsengumi turn out to not be such bad guys -- with the exception of the boyishly homicidal Okita -- they're just overly loyal to the weird Kondo.

And Katsura? The resident pretty guy of this series turns out to have a secret desire to be "Captain Katsura" ("Tell us what a space captain does." "I'm a... captain... in space") and a fondness for alien penguins.

The third volume of "Gin Tama" runs along smoothly with even more weirdness, and promises to produce even more in future. Definitely worth reading.

Related to Gin Tama, Volume 3: