For detailed information about this series, see: Gintama Wiki
Gintama is an action/comedy series by Hideaki Sorachi.
- Gintama (December 8, 2003 - present)
- Gintama (September 24, 2005). An OVA (original video anime) featured at Jump Festa 2005.
- Gintama: Shiroyasha Kotan (September 21, 2008). A second OVA, featured at Jump Festa 2008.
- Gintama (April 4, 2006 - March 25, 2010)
- Gintama' (April 4, 2011 – March 28, 2013)
- Gintama° ( April 8, 2015 – present)
- Gintama: Shinyaku Benizakura-Hen (April 24, 2010)
- Gintama: The Movie: The Final Chapter: Be Forever Yorozuya (July 6, 2013)
- Gintama Gin-san to Issho! Boku no Kabuki-chō Nikki (August 30, 2007). PlayStation 2.
- Gintama Yorozuya Chūbu Tsukkomaburu Dōga (October 25, 2007). Wii.
- Gintama Gintama Kuesuto Gin-san ga Tenshoku-shitari Sekai o Sukuttari (December 6, 2007). Nintendo DS.
- Gintama Dīesu Yorozuya Daisōdō! (). Nintendo DS.
- Gintama Gintoki vs Hijikata!? Kabuki-cho Gitama Daisōdatsusen!! (). Nintendo DS.
Links to other series
|Jump Series||August 08, 2005||Gintoki is a playable character in the series.||1
|Death Note||October 05, 2006||Ryuk appears as a cameo near the end of an episode of Gintama.||1
|Taiko no Tatsujin||July 26, 2007||Taiko no Tatsujin 10 and later games in the series feature music tracks from Gintama.||2
|Assassination Classroom||February 20, 2015||One of Koro-sensei's clones is seen cosplaying as Takasugi from Gintama in Episode 6 of the Assassination Classroom anime.||2
|Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma||April 27, 2015||Kagura from Gintama appears in the crossover Extra Chapter "A Magnificient Banquet" of the Shokugeki no Soma manga.||1
|Monster Strike||May 02, 2018||Characters from Gintama appeared in Monster Strike during a special collaboration.||1|