Every other day a new Manga series is released. Recently, Hideaki Sorachi’s “Gin Tama”, the final chapter is getting its release on the official app of Gin Tama. According to Shueisha the date for the release of the final chapter is fixed on June 17.
Earlier, the release date for the Gin Tama Manga was slated for June 10. However, through a tweet, Shueisha made a clarification of unavoidable circumstances the date is postponed. The comic gets its issue published in the Weekly Shonen Jump. And for the postponed of the dates, there will be a misprint in the 27th edition.
Gin Tama final chapter to release in the official app
The weekly running Shonen Jump released its 42nd edition with the Manga on September 15. While the production house, Shueisha managed to release some more editions but with the Shueisha’s Jump Giga Magazine.
Gintama final manga volume and fanbook will be released Summer 2019 pic.twitter.com/T7BiSjF5PL
— SPY (@Spytrue) May 17, 2019
As the manga continued to run in the Jump Giga with a 54-page winter edition on December 28. Gin Tama making a good profile with the fans made a deal of three consecutive issues. With the third chapter announced in February while the official availability will be on the app.
On May 13, the Manga began its launching on the official app. On the other hand, the second chapter debuted last week in the official Gin Tama app. The final chapter of the Manga Series set to launch on June 17. Sorachi’s Gin Tama initiated on December 8, 2003, under the Shueisha weekly magazine – Shonen Jump. In addition, Viz Media took the responsibility to publish the initial 23 volumes in English.
The Manga will cover 77 volumes – Report
The astonishing Manga series inspired many other series with the recent one which aired in early July. In addition, two inspired movie, many other OVAs and some live action spinoff series.
A new series is also in production some reports claim. There is some speculation about the series and its issue, while the end of the series will end in 77th volumes. Check out The Geek Herald for more exciting updates.