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His current appearance is intended to copy that of his deceased brother. For his outfit, he usually wears a green vest over his uniform, and his glasses have plastic frames.Sket Dance Help Saaya with her Tsundere Trouble and HARRY POTTER KA!!
Future Switch grows his hair out. He's calm and a perfect figure of an older brother for Masafumi. Switch began to envy Masafumi as he created something by himself and impressed Sawa. After the death of his brother, he tried to come to school but he felt hurt, so his homeroom teacher told him to not come to school when he doesn't feel strong enough.
After recovered from shut-in problems due to his dark past and prior graduating high school, he is calm, reserved, and stoic, rarely showing any emotion. He has a deadpan sense of humor and seems to enjoy teasing others. Because he always communicates through speech synthesis software and has a tendency to joke with a straight face, it is difficult to tell what he is really thinking. While he usually "speaks" without much emotion, he would sometimes purposely raise his "voice" to abnormally high levels for comic relief.
He often becomes very passionate about anime and often provides a very detailed and hilariously in depth commentary on the various animes featured in the series.
At the end of the series, he is finally fully recovered. They have to face off with the Student Council.
Before the match begins, Switch attempts to taunt Daisy only to receive verbal abuse from Daisy. With only six shots and armed with 2 infrared handguns, the two students have to score three hits on their opponents to win. While Switch misses his first shot, Daisy has score two shots successively.
Switch fires multiple times at Daisy until he scores one hit. Then, he tricks Daisy by using his laptop to sound off a gun shot which allows him to score another hit on Daisy.
In a standoff, Daisy's insults cause Switch to miss his shot.
Quickly, Daisy draws her second gun. Before Daisy shoots, Switch throws his empty gun at Daisy. Both opponents shoot at each other. The game ends with Switch's victory. When Daisy asked how Switch was able to shoot without switching his gun to his right hand, Switch replies that he is ambidextrous. When Himeko leaves to see Reiko and get her fortune read, Bossun and Switch follow Himeko out of concern.
Switch and his friends are alarmed when Reiko suggests that Switch should buy a charm to protect him. Concerned that Reiko is caught up in a scam, Bossun and the gang request Reiko to arrange a meeting with Himiko.
At Himiko's office, Switch conveys his opinions about her fortune-telling. Irritated by Switch, She challenges Bossun and the others to prove who's wrong at her seminar three days from now.
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At their way back home, Switch assures Bossun that he has a plan. Three days later, while everyone gets settled at the seminar, Switch starts hammering his arguments about why Himiko's fortune telling is a scam.
Then, Himiko has Bossun come up, so she can read his past life. Though, she is tricked when the person she interviewed was Tsubaki in disguise. After Himiko is exposed in front of her believers, Reiko thanks them for opening her eyes.
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Switch gives her an advice; thus, starting another argument between old friends. When Bossun tells him that he's first year in Kaimei, Switch runs away from Bossun but when Bossun says he only needs his help, he decides to hear Bossun story. After some observation Bossun sends a message to Switch's phone, asking if Switch is the website admin which Switch replies 'yes'.
Bossun then tells him to meet in Virtualand after that. In Virtualand, Switch asks Bossun how did he figure out his identity and Bossun gives his theories. Bossun asks why did Switch do such a thing, and Switch replies that 'bad guys need to be punished' and signs off after saying that he will never speak again.
Okuyama states that he's in his way to Switch's house with the losers of Death Match to 'meet' him. In the middle of the call there's another someone's voice that is trying to stop Okuyama and Switch wonders whose voice was it.
Just a few hours later Bossun comes with battered face with Himeko and talks to Switch.
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Switch replies using synthetized voice from his laptop and says that his heart hurts too much. After some pause Himeko shatters Switch bedroom window and Bossun comes inside, just to immediately punches Switch.
After some time fighting, the trio worked together for the first time. After that Switch promises that he will soon make his step to outside but stating that he still needs some time to do it. A few days later, Switch comes to school and is warmly welcomed by everyone. He then meets up with Bossun and Himeko to sign their club. After signing they're deciding their nickname, and Switch tells the two that he wants to be called Switch, his late brother's nickname. With his laptop, he is shown to do multiple things in an easy way and in swift motion like the following: Switch is shown to be able to change the tone of the voice in his speech synthesis software into different tones he likes.
Gintama as a whole currently has a really tricky licensing issue. Sentai Filmworks officially holds the Licenses for the first series and movie and has only dubbed the movie, while Crunchyroll only has the license for the third series which they have dubbed. The remaining content has yet to ever have an official dub.
No Export for You: Although averted with some dubs such as Spain, Mexico, and Phillippines and official manga releases in some countries such as Germany and Italythis is or was played straight with the English releases.
Additionally, outside of Crunchyroll streaming, the only home releases with English subtitles were done by Sentai Filmworks and only for the first season, meaning the rest of the episodes are yet to be available in home release form.
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The manga was initially translated by Viz Mediabut it was cancelled after Volume 23 for both low sales and because there were some translation difficulties killing also the possible adquisition of licenses for similar comedy series that rely mostly in the wordly dialogue and Japanese jokes such as Sket DanceBeelzebub and The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. The first half of episode 67 was based on the winning submission for a contest to create an Amanto character.
Takeshi Aono used to voiced Gengai up until his death in Starting in Enchousen, he is now voiced by Bin Shimada.
Show Hayami as Umibouzu, one of his few roles where he is not evil or a Manipulative Bastardeven though Umibouzu's morals as a space hunter are usually in the grey zone, with the obvious exception of the love for his family.