Gintama, tomo 1

Gintama, tomo 1

Hideaki Sorachi Marc Bernabé / Aug 19, 2019

Gintama tomo La repentina llegada de los extraterrestres amando a la capital japonesa de Edo y la promulgaci n de la ley de desarme aceler la decadencia de la clase samurai Sin embargo un hombre mantiene intacta

  • Title: Gintama, tomo 1
  • Author: Hideaki Sorachi Marc Bernabé
  • ISBN: 9788483573112
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback
  • La repentina llegada de los extraterrestres amando a la capital japonesa de Edo y la promulgaci n de la ley de desarme aceler la decadencia de la clase samurai Sin embargo, un hombre mantiene intacta su alma de guerrero Su nombre es Gintoki Sakata Podr este temerario amante de los dulces partir la corrupta Edo en dos con un golpe de su espada

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        Hideaki Sorachi , Sorachi Hideaki is a Japanese manga artist best known for his work Gintama.


    356 Comments

    1. It's just amazing. I don't know of any other manga that can make you laugh like a lunatic and sob like a baby, all in the same chapter.


    2. I really enjoyed this! It was so freakin' hilarious! The characters are pretty awesome and I like the story so far.I'm not sure if I'm going to watch the anime though. :/


    3. Edo period Japan has been taken over by aliens and the once-strong Samurai lie defeated, their swords now outlawed under the new regime. That is the setting in which our heroes – Gin, a former Samurai with a love of sweets and manga (a drop in his blood sugar levels means trouble for everyone), Kagura, a crazy (and) strong umbrella-weilding mercenary chick who can't stop eating, and Shinpachi, the one (and possibly only) sane man around trying to find the long lost Samurai spirit – do odd jo [...]




    4. One of the weirdest manga I’ve read (In a good way); Gin Tama is a hilarious take on the Shonen genre with fantastic characters.


    5. Gin Tama is hard to describe without sounding like you're mashing together half-remembered pieces of several, very different manga. It's set in the Edo period, that's been taken over by aliens. The technology and culture is mostly modern (at one point, the main character cuts out of the storyline to buy the new Shonen Jump) but with a few SF-ish touches here and there for the sake of the storyline. And it's the sort of comedy series that will throw everything at you in the hopes that something w [...]


    6. Umm wot? For a parody manga, I did not laugh at all much. I did not care for the characters, the plot was all over the place (historical fiction but set in the future; monsters, UFOS, katanas) the good stuff is the artwork, which reminded me a little bit of Gokusen. I've read that it is the same with the anime the first episodes isn't much but you have to persevere to understand the hype.


    7. A manga set in two worlds. It's funny but not as amazing as some other manga I've read.Adding another star as I begin to appreciate how funny this series is!



    8. Nobody with Naturally Wavy Hair Can Be That Bad – The samurai didn’t stand a chance. First, the aliens invaded Japan. Next, they too all the jobs. And then they confiscated everyone’s swords. So what does a hotheaded former samurai like Sakata “Gin” Gintoki do to make ends meet? Take any odd job that comes his way, even if it means losing his dignity…Sleazy alien moneylenders, monsters on the rampage, and a ticking time bomb may all be in a day’s work fo Gin, but a drop in blood su [...]


    9. This manga series is amazing, mostly because it has so many levels. It's an entertaining read to begin with, because it has some Shonen-style action sequences and lots of wacky humor. Sometimes it's a little sophomric, but most of the humor comes from pure randomness. Even the premise is sort of random. It's set in an alternate reality Japan, where instead of just foreigners breaking in at the end of the country's long isolation, it's aliens! So we have samurai vs. alien battles, space-drug traf [...]


    10. Since I'm so obsessed with the anime , I enjoyed this so much Gintoki is of my favorite character.Its hilarious , action packed and full of enjoyable characters


    11. This is a manga where one could really enjoy it and another to really hate it, especially for someone who didn't like Stephen Chow's sense of humour. (If you guys realized it, both have similar traits of joke presented). However much it is focused on humour, it has several arcs with a serious theme and a really well-coordinated art made for fighting scenes,there are a lot of lessons taught in several episodes though sometimes the author made a complete joke out of a serious scene. What's more, I [...]


    12. This review is applied for the series, not only this volumn.This manga is simply amazing. At first I didn't really understand what was it about, everything seemed pretty confusing. However, after reading a few chapter I was completely in love with this manga. For most of the time the characters are funny, silly, acting like idiots which make me laugh until there are tear in my eyes, but in some serious chapters, I cry because the plot is so touching, every characters have their stories, their ha [...]


    13. Hilarious!So Gintama takes place in a futrish modernish Japan full of aliens. Gintama is a samura with a natural perm who lives in an age where the samurai are all but extinctAt a first glance, Gintama may seem like nothing more than a slapstick comedy, meant only to make you laugh But on a closer glance, as you read on, you'll notice that there's a story unfoldingVery good manga, highly recommended, second in comedy only to Yotsuba.


    14. Este es el primer manga que leo en mi vida, y puedo decir que es lo primero que leo en mi vida que me hizo reír tanto todo el tiempo. Después de ver el anime y leer el manga, sólo puedo tener amor eterno por Gintama


    15. Quick thoughts: Meh. Premise isn't bad, but the execution's all over the place, the humor's off, and most of the characters annoy me (except Kagura, who I find surprisingly amusing). I've heard this improves, so I may give the next volume a chance.


    16. It was insane. I swear to god missing Gin is not a good thing. I was aiming for the anime, originally but realizing I could not watch it anyway (busy schedule), google gave me the manga. Haha craziness, damn it.



    17. I'd started watching Gintama as an anime and I can't tell you how funny it is. It's such a strange sense of humour though - breaking the fourth wall, making jokes about perms, all those odd sorts of things. It's overall a very funny book, with the odd serious moments strewn throughout. It is only the first book, but I personally like it a lot.


    18. 💙 This manga makes you cry out of laughter in a hundred different ways. Its also one of the exceptions where I felt the anime was better even though it had added scenes that were not in the manga, or at least for the beginning. Sometimes there's violence for the sake of humor, which was sometimes uncomfortable.



    19. Um, well, I don’t really know what to say about this. There was nothing really wrong with it. It just was very strange.


    20. This was a hilarious read and a great introduction to the series. The facial expressions and commentary were endlessly entertaining. The characters are interesting and there is a good variety for both the males and females. The chapter titles are great too.I have seen that there are a lot of volumes in this series so I'm excited to get more into it.Nose Picking Sightings:In this volume: 3 [Gintoki - 2; Kagura - 1]In total: 3



    21. If I could only rate more that 5 stars, I would've rated it more.Gahd, I cant believe it took me ages to finally decide to read the manga. Honestly, I'm not really into reading manga, but I love the anime series. In fact, it's my all time fave anime series that's why I decided "finally" to try and read it.The artwork is not really impressive, to be honest, but the humor is still there and it's still effin' funny just like in the anime. I really enjoyed reading it as I'm just revisting my earlier [...]


    22. One of the most hilarious manga series I've ever read. I'm glad I heeded my sister's advice and started reading it.This drags a bit in the earlier chapters, and takes some time to pick up. I contemplated not going on reading, but I'm glad I did, because the characters are so special. Yes, Gin's actions, Shinpachi's deadpan manner, and Kagura's exaggerated reactions's perfect. And just plain lovable.Let alone the side characters: Kondo, Hijikata, Okita, Katsura, Tae. They're not your average shon [...]


    23. This has got to be one of my favorite manga. Set in the late Edo period during the sword ban and after the Jouishi war, it depicts famous (Japanese) historical figures such as the Shinsengumi, Sakamoto Ryoma, Katsura Kogoro in a rather unique way. But that's about where Gintama's relationship to reality stops. The Americans didn't force the doors to Japan open - aliens did! But even weirder is the fact that, though it's like, the nineteenth century or something, the main character rides around t [...]


    24. I admit that at first I didn't know what to think of this at first. I checked out the first chapter a couple of months ago already and just found it really, really weird and figured that was it. But over and over I came across Gin Tama doujishi, so I figured I'd give the anime a try. And I loved it. It's completely insane, and ridiculous, and silly, but it's also really really funny and a joy to watch. So I decided to give the manga another try. I have to say that I didn't enjoy it quite as much [...]


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