The chapters of the Japanese manga series Gin Tama are written and illustrated by Hideaki Sorachi. They have been serialized for the manga anthology book Weekly Shōnen Jump from Shueisha since December 8, 2003. It is set in an Edo which has been conquered by aliens named Amanto. The plot follows the life from the samurai Gintoki Sakata who works as a free-lancer along his friends, Shinpachi Shimura and Kagura, in order to pay the monthly rent from where he lives.
Over five-hundred chapters identified as a "Lesson" have been serialized. Viz Media licensed Gin Tama for publication in North America. A 55-page preview from the series was first featured in the January 2006 Shonen Jump issue. Viz acquired the license to publish chapters from the series in the Shonen Jump during the San Diego Comic-Con International from 2006. The chapters were serialized in Shonen Jump from January to May 2007 at a rate of one chapter a month. Shueisha is also publishing the first chapters of Gin Tama online on their Weekly Shōnen Jump official website. On April 4, 2006, an anime adaptation from the series, developed by Sunrise and directed initially by Shinji Takamatsu and later by Yoichi Fujita, premiered on TV Tokyo.
Shueisha collected the chapters in tankōbon volumes with the first being published on April 2, 2004. Seventy seven volumes have been released in Japan. In North America tankōbon were published in under Viz's "Shonen Jump Advanced" imprint. The first volume was published on July 3, 2007, and publication ended with the twenty-third on August 2, 2011.
|No.||Title||Japanese release||English release|
|1||Nobody with Natural Wavy Hair Can Be That Bad|
Tennen Pāma ni Warui Yatsu wa Inai (天然パーマに悪いやつはいない)
|April 2, 2004 |
|July 3, 2007|
|Samurai Gintoki Sakata works in a freelancer business, Odd Jobs Gin, after Edo was conquered by aliens named Amanto in order to pay the monthly rent from where he lives. In his days, Gintoki is joined by Shinpachi Shimura, a teenager son of a samurai who wants to learn about him, and Kagura, an alien girl who went to Earth to earn money for her poor family, but is unable to return home and threatens Gintoki to let her live with him. While Kagura and Shinpachi live with Gintoki, they meet a terrorist named Kotaro Katsura who participated alongside Gintoki in the war between samurais and aliens, and lost. Odd Jobs is forced to help Katsura escape from the Shinsengumi, a police force working for the Bakufu, after they accidentally perform a terrorist attack. The volume ends with a one-shot from Sorachi named "Dandelion", which explores the work of a pair of exorcists.|
|2||Fighting Should Be Done With Fists|
Nebarizuyosa to Shitsukosa wa Kamihitoe (粘り強さとしつこさは紙一重)
|July 2, 2004 |
|September 4, 2007|
|After being repeatedly stalked by the Shinsengumi commander, Isao Kondo, Tae Shimura, Shinpachi's older sister, makes Gintoki have a fake duel against Kondo to stop him. Gintoki breaks Kondo's sword before the duel, and easily wins, capturing the attention of other Shinsengumi members. In other chapters, Kagura adopts an inugami which she names Sadaharu, Odd Jobs look for a woman, whom a dying elder had feelings for, and Gintoki helps a criminal meet his daughter, the idol Tsu "Otsu" Terakado. In another job, the trio searches for their client's daughter, who was kidnapped by the space pirates Harusame. Although they rescue her, Kagura and Shinpachi are at same time kidnapped by Harusame, and Katsura decides to help Gintoki rescue them. Another one-shot, "Shirokuro", ends the volume with its story being focused on a spirits' protector to take care of a voodoo witch.|
|3||If You're a Man, Try the Swordfish!|
Kangaetara Jinsei-tte Ossan ni natte kara no Hō ga Nagai ja nē ka! Kowa!! (考えたら人生ってオッさんになってからの方が長いじゃねーか! 恐っ!!)
|September 3, 2004 |
|November 6, 2007|
|Continuing from the previous volume, Gintoki successfully rescues his friends with Katsura's help. In the meantime, Odd Jobs come into contact with the Shinsengumi with Kondo still stalking Tae and the vice-commander Toshiro Hijikata having started a rivalry with Gintoki, Katsura adopts a mysterious alien pet named Elizabeth, and Gintoki befriends an unemployed man named Taizo Hasegawa. Odd Jobs also works to find a person threatening Otsu, and help a kappa-like alien defend his lake from developers who want to get rid of it. In the last chapters, Gintoki is suspected of provoking fires and helps a girl to arrest the real person responsible.|
|4||Exaggerate the Tales of Your Exploits by a Third, so Everyone Has a Good Time|
Oyako-tte no wa Yana toko bakari Niru mon da (親子ってのは嫌なとこばかり似るもんだ)
|November 4, 2004 |
|January 1, 2008|
|One-shot chapters of this volume depict Kagura befriending a runaway princess, Gintoki protecting an alien named Catherine from her former comrades who want her to be a thief again, and Odd Jobs being requested to find their client's boyfriend and capture a thief of female underwear. In other chapters, Odd Jobs win a trip to space, meeting in the trip an old friend from Gintoki from the war, Tatsuma Sakamoto, who is now a businessman in the galaxy. Another old comrade, Shinsuke Takasugi, is revealed to have a plan to kill the shogun in a festival with the help of the mechanic Gengai Hiraga, who hates the bakufu. However, once the plan is foiled by Odd Jobs and the Shinsengumi, Gengai decides to abandon his hatred.|
|5||Watch Out for Conveyor Belts!|
Beruto Conbea ni wa Ki wo Tsukero (ベルトコンベアには気を付けろ)
|December 27, 2004 |
|March 4, 2008|
|In one-shot chapters, Gintoki and Hasegawa try to make money by defeating an alien that has been terrorizing the area, Kagura is attacked by a crazy sword collector when she is trying to return a wooden-sword she bought and Gintoki helps the kunoichi Ayame Sarutobi complete one of her missions. Hijikata suspects their base is haunted by a ghost and Odd Jobs is forced to help the Shinsengumi to find once they try to trick them. Shinpachi discovers an old friend has become part of a criminal gang, and he and his friends try to make him quit. Katsura and Gintoki get roped into working at an okama bar, where they work to try to help his son come to grips his travesti father, the boss of the bar, Kishin Mademoiselle Saigou.|
|6||Some Things You Can't Cut With A Sword|
Katana Ja Kirenai Mono ga Aru (刀じゃ斬れないものがある)
|March 4, 2005 |
|May 6, 2008|
|Shinsengumi Sogo Okita requests Odd Jobs to investigate an undergroung fighting ring, Rengokukan. They search for the strongest fighter, Doshin, but they discover he is killing people in the ring in order to have money to raise orphans. Doshin decides to stop fighting to leave Edo with the children, but he is killed by another fighter of Regokukan. Odd Jobs and the Shinsengumi decide to avenge Doshin by runining Rengokukan and arresting its owners. In other chapters, Kondo suffers from dangerous events watching the horoscopes, Odd Jobs meet a mushroom hunter in the mountains and after being intoxicated, Odd Jobs and Hasegawa work to help a nurse meet a patient she has feelings for, and Edo is invaded by giant coackroaches. In the last chapters, Tae requests Odd Jobs to investigate a mysterious cult run by a conman.|
|7||The Things You Care the Least About Are the Ones You Never Forget|
Dōdemo Ii Koto ni Kagitte Nakanaka Wasurenai (どうでもいいことに限ってなかなか忘れない)
|May 2, 2005 |
|July 1, 2008|
|After being hit by a car, Gintoki starts suffering from a case of amnesia in which he is unable to remember his identity or friends. Finding his original self unreliable, Gintoki leaves Shinpachi and Kagura and starts working in a factory alongside a Kondo who also suffers from amnesia and the Shinsegumi spy Sagaru Yamazaki. Yamazaki is undercover searching what is the factory's owner, a terrorist, doing and soon discovers the objects they create are explosives. The terrorist is confronted by the Shinsengumi and Odd Jobs, with the latter coming to protect Gintoki. Gintoki is able to recover his memory and helps the Shinsengumi arrest the terrorist. In other chapters, Gintoki battles the ninja Zenzo Hattori for the last issue of the Weekly Shōnen Jump, Odd Jobs trick two aliens sent by Sakamoto to rebuild their house, and Katsura meets a woman named Ikumatsu while escaping from the Shinsengumi. In the last chapters, Kagura's father, an alien fighter named Umibouzu, comes to Edo to bring her daughter back home, and Gintoki tells her it is better for her to leave.|
|8||Just Slug Your Daughter's Boyfriend and Get It Over With|
Musume no Kareshi wa Toriaezu Naguttoke (娘の彼氏はとりあえず殴っとけ)
|August 4, 2005 |
|September 2, 2008|
|As Shinpachi tries to convince a saddened Kagura to stay, her ship is attacked by plant-like alien. Gintoki watches it in the news and sets to help her with Sadaharu, eventually allying with Umibouzu. After the Bakufu eliminate the alien, Umibouzu allows Kagura to stay in Earth. He reveals to Gintoki that the reason why he tried to make her leave as he was afraid she would be consumed by her clan's blood and attack other people like her older brother. In following chapters, the Shinsengumi are requested to make their client's daughter break up with her date, Odd Jobs meet the friendly alien Hedoro who accidentally scares all the neighborhood, and Elizabeth is kidnapped by an official, and Katsura asks Odd Jobs and Sachan to help him save her.|
|9||Whatever You Play, Play to Win!|
Nande are Yaru kara ni wa Makecha Dame (キャバクラ遊びは20歳になってから)
|October 4, 2005 |
|November 4, 2008|
|Yorozuya, Katsura and Sachan go to rescue Elizabeth and battle former Oniwabanshus hired to stop them. Although Gin's group wins, Elizabeth is revealed to have never been rescued as Katsura forgot about him. In the next chapters Gin and Hasegawa have gambling problems and have to work with another gambler to pay a debt to a casino's owner, Sadaharu becomes a demon forcing Yorozuya and its former owners to work together to restore its original form, Tae and Sadaharu's former owner compete to keep their jobs in their cabaret, an assassin tries to kill Hijikata but is bothered by his repeated fights with Gin, and the Yorozuya meet the ghost of the Oniwabanshu's master.|
|10||Even an Inch-long Insect Has a Soul|
Issun no Mushi ni mo Gobu no Tamashii (一寸の虫にも五分の魂)
|December 2, 2005 |
|January 6, 2009|
|Gin finds an abandoned baby and goes to search for his mother. The Yorozuya meets the mother who is being haunted by her late husband's father who wishes to take the baby. Gin defeats the man's assassin, Nizo Okada, and returns the baby to his mother. In the two next one-shot chapters, Gin has to protect a fan-like machine from being used to destroy Edo and the Yorozuya try to scare people as part of a festival. In a three chapter story, the Yorozuya goes beetle hunting to be used in beetle rematch against Okita. Kagura finds the Shogun's lost beetle the Shinsengumi were searching and while trying to stop Kagura and Okita's beetle fight, Gin accidentally kills the Shogun's beetle. The last chapter has Shinpachi accidentally saving a girl from a accepting to go on a date with her.|
|11||The Sun Rises Again|
Hi wa mata noboru (陽はまた昇る)
|February 3, 2006 |
|March 3, 2009|
|Shinpachi's date turns out to be a thief who takes his belongings but his friends help him to stop her. In the next two chapters Gin helps a woman to accidentally deliver a bomb and Sachan has to assassin a doctor but her feelings for Gin who is hospitalized after the delivery cause her to make multiple mistakes. The rest chapters involve an arc in which Katsura is defeated by Nizo Okada and Elizabeth requests the Yorozuya's help to find him. Gin is also hired y the swordsmith Murata Tetsuya to find Nizo who was taken his biomechanical sword, Benizakura, but is severely wounded in his battle against Okada. Meanwhile, in her search for Katsura, Kagura is taken by Sadaharu to Shinsuke Takasugi's ship where his comrades from the Kiheitai imprison her. Shinpachi and Elizabeth find Kagura's location and Gintoki follows them with Tetsuya's sister, Tetsuko, after her brother allied with Takasugi in order to assist Nizo with Benizakura. Having survived to Nizo's attack, Katsura also infiltrates Takasugi's ship and confronts him.|
|12||The Longest Way Around Is the Shortest Way|
|April 4, 2006 |
|May 5, 2009|
|Gin has his rematch with Nizo who is consumed by the Benizakura and Tetsuya is killed while trying to protect Tetsuko from the sword. Gin kills Nizo and escapes from the ship with his friends after he and Katsura announce Takasugi they will defeat him the next time they meet. In the next one-shot chapters Yamazaki is assigned the task of learning Gin's relationship with Katsura's group but has difficulties spying him due to the traps that Shinpachi's house has, Gin tries to help Santa Claus in delivering presents, and the Yorozuya compete in eating the New Year's food. In the next two chapter story the Shinsengumi have to protect the idol Terakado Tsu from the terrorist and the last one-shot chapter focuses on a snow sculpture contest the Yorozuya participate.|
|13||After All, Your Enemy of Yesterday Is Still Your Enemy Today|
Kinō no teki wa kyō mo nan'ya kan'ya de teki (昨日の敵は今日もなんやかんやで敵)
|July 4, 2006 |
|July 7, 2009|
|The Yorozuya are hired by a woman to find her missing son who is supposed to be working in Kabuki-Cho. They find her son, Kyoshiro Honjo, who is running his own male host club, Takamagahara, and help him to protect the club from a group of bandits. In the next three one-shot chapters, Kagura replaces a sick Gin as Yorozuya's leader to find to investigate a man who appears to be unfaithful to his wife, Katsura has an interview with a TV reporter as he is tracked by the Shinsengumi and the Yorozuya participate in an eating contest to help a man with promoting his shop. The rest of the volume introduces a young samurai named Kyubei Yagyu from a noble family who was promised by Tae to get married. Although Tae decides to keep her promise Shinpachi and Kondo challenge the Yagyu family to meet her after having to see her cry. Gin, Kagura, Hijikata and Okita join them and they challenge the Yagyu's top four.|
|14||Four Heads Are Better than One|
|September 4, 2006 |
|September 1, 2009|
|Shinpachi's group splits to fight the Yagyu with Okita quickly defeating Sui Minato. Okita then joins Kagura in beating Tsukamu Nishino but the two wound each other during their arguments. Hijikata also manages to win his fight against Itsuki Kitaoji but suffers wounds and decides to make time for Shinpachi to find Tae while fights Kyubei. Meanwhile, Gin, Kondo, the last Yagyu Four, Aujumu Tojo and Yagyu's leader, Binbokusai Yagyu, are trapped in the bathroom with no toilet paper leaving them unable to start fighting. Kondo and Toyjo eventually battle with the former winning but Kondo wounds himself after using sandpaper to clean himself. Gin and Binbokusai sacrifice important papers to clean themselves and fight just as Shinpachi finds Tae. He learns that Kyubei is actually a girl raised as a male trying to protect Tae with her new strength. Shinpachi is still against accepting the marriage due to Kyubei not understanding Tae's feeling and joins Gin in the final fight against Bibokusai and Kyubei.|
|15||The Best Makeup for Women Is Their Smiles|
Onna no ichiban no keshō wa egao (女の一番の化粧は笑顔)
|November 2, 2006 |
|November 3, 2009|
|Shinpachi's group wins the fight against the Yagyu and the marriage is cancelled. However, Tae and Kyubei stay as friends with the latter wishing to stop being acting in a childish way and become stronger. In the next one-shot chapter Hattori befriends a child he was assigned to kidnap, Katsura takes a driving lessons to get a license and rent movies and Kagura tries to find a girlfriend for Sadaharu. The Yorozuya are also asked to work in Tae's bar and have to make the Shogun Shigeshige Tokugawa pass a good time. In the last two chapters Okita's older sister, Mitsuba, comes to Edo to prepare for her marriage. However, Mitsuba has a poor health and is expected to live for a short time. Hijikata learns that Mitsuba's fiance illegally trades weapons and decides to go to arrest him against Okita's wishes who hates Hijikata for attracting his sister in the past and rejecting her feelings.|
|16||German Suplex Any Woman Who Asks, "Which Is More Important, Me or Your Work?"|
|December 27, 2006 |
|January 5, 2010|
|As Mitsuba is hospitalized due to her poor health, Hijikata goes alone to arrest Mitsuba's fiance. Understanding that Hijikata did not want Mitsuba to suffer by his side, Okita goes to assist the Shinsengumi to stop the arm dealers and meets his sister in her last moments. In the next chapters, the people from Edo become zombies suspiciously similar to the main character from the series Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo and the Yorozuya fight for their lives. Another story follows the Yorozuya meeting detective Heiji Kozenigata who hires them to help him capture a thief known as Fox. Although they capture the thief Kozenigata learns that Fox is actually a friend of him whom he frequents. The last two chapters have Tojo requesting the Yorozuya's help to make Kyubei be attracted to male after suspecting she wants a sex reassignment surgery. The Yorozuya, Tae, Katsura and Kondo make a gathering to attract Kyubei unaware that Tojo realizes he was wrong.|
|17||Only One Hour of Video Games per Day|
Gēmu wa ichinichi ichijikan (ゲームは一日一時間)
|March 2, 2007 |
|March 2, 2010|
|18||Men, Be Dorks|
|May 2, 2007 |
|May 4, 2010|
|19||A Schemer Gets Caught in His Own Scheme|
Sakushi saku ni oboreru (策士 策に溺れる)
|August 3, 2007 |
|August 4, 2010|
|20||Summer Vacation Is Best Before It Actually Begins|
Natsuyasumi wa hajimaru mae ga ichiban tanoshii (夏休みは始まる前が���番楽しい)
|October 4, 2007 |
|November 3, 2010|
|No.||Title||Japanese release||English release|
|21||Stand Straight Even if You Are Bent with Age|
|December 4, 2007 |
|February 1, 2011|
|22||Always Hold A Screwdriver In Your Heart|
|February 4, 2008 |
|May 3, 2011|
|23||There's Usually a Fight Before a Trip|
|April 4, 2008 |
|August 2, 2011|
|24||There Are Things Which You Won't Understand Even If You Met Each Other|
Atte mo Wakaranai Koto mo Aru (会ってもわからないこともある)
|July 4, 2008 |
|25||Using two-page spreads is so Jump-like|
|September 4, 2008 |
|26||Booze tastes a bit different during the day|
|December 4, 2008 |
|27||Heavenly beings' superiors are the ones who created topknots|
|February 4, 2009 |
|28||It takes subtle amounts of courage to sneak into a shopping cart|
|April 3, 2009 |
|29||Get caught up in the spider's web, and you'll be hard pressed to escape|
|July 3, 2009 |
|30||The size of someone's areola and their height are always proportionate|
Nyūrin no Dekasa to Ningen no Dekasa wa Hirei suru (夜の蜘蛛は縁起が悪い)
|September 4, 2009 |
|31||Things Like Character Polls Should Fuck Off|
Ninki Tōhyō nante Kusokurae (人気投票なんか糞食らえ)
|November 4, 2009 |
|32||Kabukichō Stray cat Blues|
Kabukichō Noraneko Burūsu (かぶき町野良猫ブルース)
|January 4, 2010 |
|33||I want to become someone that beautiful and strong...|
Sonna Tsuyoku Utsukushii mono ni Watashi wa naritai (ソンナ強ク美シイモノニ私ハナリタイ)
|April 2, 2010 |
|34||Outrageous Cities Are Full of Gathering Places For Yahoo Type Guys|
Muhō no Machi ni Tsudou wa Kyahhō na Yatsu Bakari (無法の街に集うはキャッホーな奴ばかり)
|April 30, 2010 |
|35||How Do You Do!!|
|August 4, 2010 |
|October 4, 2010 |
|37||People Grow Up So Much During Summer Vacation|
|December 3, 2010 |
|38||An Old Guy's Home Situation Is Usually Pretty Tough|
|February 4, 2011 |
|39||Even A New Years Party Has Things You Should Never Forget|
|April 4, 2011 |
|40||The Wide World is Riddled with Love|
|July 4, 2011 |
|No.||Title||Japanese release||English release|
|41||Don't say Sayonaraion|
|September 2, 2011 |
|42||A Letter from Baragaki|
Baragaki kara no Tegami (バラガキからの手紙)
|November 4, 2011 |
|43||Nobody with a Straight Perm is a Bad Guy|
|February 3, 2012 |
|44||The Prostitute That Turns The Tables|
|April 4, 2012 |
|July 4, 2012 |
|46||The Thing Known as a Beam Can Pierce Through the Hearts of Everyone|
|October 4, 2012 |
|47||One Editor is Enough|
|December 4, 2012 |
|48||Set the Heart Aflame|
|February 4, 2013 |
|49||A Bowl of Ramen|
|May 2, 2013 |
|July 4, 2013 |
|51||Mettle of an Idol|
|September 4, 2013 |
|52||A Shinigami of Dawn and Night|
|December 4, 2013 |
|53||So Long Shinigami|
|February 4, 2014 |
|54||Always Open Bags Like They Have 50 Million in Them|
|May 2, 2014 |
|55||In Both Spring and Winter|
|July 4, 2014 |
|56||Shoguns of Light and Shadow|
|October 3, 2014 |
|57||Those that Protect All|
|January 5, 2015 |
|April 3, 2015 |
|59||3 Sake Cups|
|June 4, 2015 |
|August 4, 2015 |
|No.||Title||Japanese release||English release|
|November 4, 2015 |
|62||The No-Good Brats from That Era|
|January 4, 2016 |
|63||Manjuus and Breakfast|
Manjū to Asameshi (まんじゅうと朝飯)
|March 4, 2016 |
|64||Old Friends and New Friends|
Furu ki Tomo to Ima no Tomo (旧き友と今の友)
|May 2, 2016 |
|August 4, 2016 |
|66||Even If a Natural Perm Gets Limp and Bent, It'll Eventually Spring Back|
Tennen Paama wa Gunyagunya Magatte mo Modotte Kuru (天然パーマはグニャグニャ曲がっても戻ってくる)
|November 4, 2016 |
|67||When You Wear a Headband, You Look Ready to Take an Exam|
Hachimaki Maitara Jukensei ni Mieru (ハチマキ巻いたら受験生に見える)
|December 31, 2016 |
|68||The Second Son Tends to get Forgotten About|
Jinanbou wa Wasure Raregachi (次男坊は忘れられがち)
|April 4, 2017 |
|69||When You Tell Old Stories of Your Heroic Exploits, it Makes People Dislike You, So Get Other People to Tell Them|
Mukashi no Buyuuden wa Jibun de Hanasu to Kirawareru no de Tanin ni Hanasasero (昔の武勇伝は自分で話すと嫌われるので他人に話させろ)
|July 4, 2017 |
|70||Those That Do Good Things While Doing Bad Things|
Akuji o Hataraki nagara Zenji o Hataraku Ikimono (悪事をはたらきながら善事をはたらくいきもの)
|October 4, 2017 |
|71||To Make Interesting an Otherwise Boring World|
Omoshiroki Koto mo Naki Yo o Omoshiroku (おもしろきこともなき世をおもしろ)
|December 4, 2017 |
|72||When You Need a Hand, Ask A Beast With Paw Pads|
Te o Kariru no wa Nikukyuu no aru Kemono ni Shite Oke (手を借りるのは肉球のある獣にしておけ)
|March 2, 2018 |
|73||Flame of Life|
Inochi no Hi (命の灯)
|June 4, 2018 |
|August 3, 2018 |
|October 4, 2018 |
|January 4, 2019 |
|77||Nobody with a Natural Perm is a Decent Guy|
Ten'nen Pāma ni Roku na Yatsu wa inai (天然パーマにロクな奴はいない)
|August 2, 2019 |
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- Official Gin Tama manga website (in Japanese)