Gintama’s New Spinoff Series  “3-Nen Z-Gumi” Announced, What We Know So Far

Gintama has recently made headlines as it announced the release of a new spin-off series.

In 2022, a festival called “Gintama Ato no Matsuri 2023” was announced by the anime franchise to celebrate the anime’s end. The event was held at Ryogoku Kokugikan National Sumo Arena on 19th March and was also streamed live on ABEMA PPV ONLINE LIVE. 

Fans were excited about the festival but no one anticipated the announcement of a new Gintama anime, during the event it was announced that a new Gintama spin-off anime will be released based on the “3-Nen-Z-Gumi” light novel series. The entire fanbase has been filled with excitement since the announcement was made, while not much was revealed about the spin-off, we can say the anime will likely be produced by Bandai Namco Pictures as they produced the previous series and were involved majorly in the “Gintama Ato no Matsuri 2023” festival.

3-Nen Z-Gumi” Trailer

The trailer for the new series “3-Nen-Z-Gumi” was revealed during the festival and like other Gintama series, this one also took no time to roast other anime series like Jujutsu Kaisen, Spy x Family, and also itself. In the trailer, Gintoki can be seen taking the roles of Loid and Gojo from Jujutsu Kaisen and Spy x Family, and Shimura Shinpachi took the roles of Yor and Yuta during their roast.

3-Nen Z-Gumi” About The Series

The novel series is based on Ginpachi Sakata, a school teacher, and his students in Gintama High School. Hideaki Sorachi is the writer and illustrator of the series, Gintama appeared in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2003 to 2018 and then moved to Jump Giga from 2019 to 2019. The series sold over 55 million copies maintaining its popularity among the fans. Although not much information has been shared regarding the cast or the release date we know that, Gintoki Sakata (voiced by Tomokazu Sugita), Shinpachi Shimura (Daisuke Sakaguchi), and Kagura (Rie Kugimiya) will be present in the new series.

About Gintama Series

The first anime adaptation of Gintama was released in April 2006 which continued for four seasons and ended in March 2010. A sequel was released in 2011 with 51 episodes called Gintama’. Gintama has released other series as well between the years 2015 to 2018. The franchise went on to produce three movies as well, Gintama: The Very Final being the last one released in 2021.

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