Eleven Arts has introduced that comedy anime movie Gintama: The Ultimate is about to premiere in North American theaters on November 21 (dubbed) and 22 (subbed)!
The movie can be screened beneath the title Gintama THE VERY FINAL. Tickets can be found to most of the people from October Eight at Fathom Occasions.
Eleven Arts describes the movie’s plot as follows:
“That is the precise ending.
The countdown to destruction has begun! All will be a part of to reclaim an Edo in grave peril! Earth is going through its darkest days, and the members of the Odd Jobs should come collectively to put it aside from an otherworldly menace.
Previous allies Gintoki, Takasugi, and Katsura try their hardest for their very own beliefs, however standing of their approach is somebody with whom they share a tragic historical past: Utsuro, an alternate persona of their former trainer and mentor, Shoyu. Having been spawned by Altana, the power that fuels all planets, this immortal fiend has regenerated a number of occasions till lastly changing into Utsuro, the last word enemy… And he intends to take down the complete world so as to finish his personal life.
Gintoki and the others got down to fulfill the needs of their trainer Shoyo and thwart Utsuro’s plans. Shinpachi, Kagura, the Shinsengumi, members of the Kabuki District, and even former enemies will be a part of their struggle.
As Utsuro’s energy grows, Takasugi fights for his very life. Will Gintoki be capable to put an finish to all this?!”
Initially a comedy manga by Hideaki Sorachi, the Gintama franchise features a TV anime sequence spanning over 300 episodes, in addition to anime and live-action movies.
Billed because the sequence’ “last” finale, Gintama: The Ultimate hit theaters in Japan on January 8, 2021.