Gintama Silver Soul #677158

Entry by NuraQJ on Tue Jul 19 17:16:10 2011.

Tags: Anime, Tkr (Lovedelic99), Gintama, Sakata Gintoki, Shiroyasha, Hijikata Toushirou, Takasugi Shinsuke, Sad Comic, Comic, Translation Request, GinHiji, Silver Soul

Tkr (Lovedelic99), Gintama, Sakata Gintoki, Shiroyasha, Hijikata Toushirou, Takasugi Shinsuke, Sad Comic, Comic, Translation Request, GinHiji, Silver Soul


Comments (English)

  • nono chan


    Jul 20, 2011


  • martihinata


    Aug 29, 2011


  • green2griffin


    Aug 30, 2011

    lol, its awesome, awesome style too I love it ^-^ though for some reason Gintoki has some big canines while both Takasugi and Gin have devil horns xP where's Hijikatas horns? he's missing out xP
    this is why I need a translation xD

  • perfectprincess


    Sep 20, 2011

    translation please!!!!!

  • Rosita


    Sep 23, 2011


  • Fisukisuki


    Oct 15, 2011

    Translate please!!! T^T

  • BunBunz

    Nov 09, 2011

    Is this a Hakuouki crossover? Cuz I know it the same time setting and they have characters with horns in that series... <.<

  • emily15481


    Nov 14, 2011

    AAWWWWAHH~!!!!! Please Translate! <:c

  • Ayakashihime


    Dec 23, 2011

    I want to know what they're sayinggggg~
    I THINK this is what's happening...--> that both takasugi and gin are (obviously) youkai/demons
    and hijikata is human (duh.)the flashback is Hiji reaching out to gin/ them becoming all cozy and friendly etc. (Gin hid his horns from Hiji, thats why he touched his horns in the beginning. I think gin did kill/hurt hijikata, seeing that he goes into panic when he notices that his horns aren't hidden)
    okay anyway, Hijikata somehow dies/get injured (maybe by gin?) and takasugi comes and tells him something...
    MAYBE how demons/youkai cannot go with humans...maybe something along those lines. idk
    then gintoki cries/screams in misery/agony
    thats my interpretation, This is NOT I repeat NOT a translation.
    I can't read kanji/etc

  • erivall83

    Mar 01, 2012

    With my crappy knowledge of Kanji, I can say this:

    Gintoki and Takasugi are Oni (demons), hence the horns and the sharp teeth. Oni have to eat(drink the blood of) humans inorder to survive and Gintoki loses himself and attacks Hijikata, drinks his blood (hence the large wound on Hijikata's neck) and kills him. When he comes to himself, he sees Takasugi, who tells him something roughly like he has warned Gintoki about the dangers of associating with a human, that Gintoki can't pretend to be a human forever (that's why after drinking Hijikata's blood Gintoki gets the horns and is suprised because of them) and eventually would fall into his base instincts and cause harm to the human around him because he can't escape from the fact that he is a demon/monster.

    I wish someone with better grasp of the language translates this. If I'll be able to translate it better, I'll update this comment.

  • Marachan

    Mar 11, 2012


  • uprightgirl


    Jul 13, 2012

    So Sad!!! Especially the last Panel!!~ ;_;

  • Misaki ito


    Nov 19, 2012

    why does this remind me of hakouki

  • Yuu3

    Feb 11, 2013


  • Lucaria_Kirkland

    Apr 15, 2013

    This is like a music PV... xD

  • HikariNanao

    Jun 26, 2015

    I'm... four years late, but here's a rough translation. Not sure how to format it properly so it maybe kinda messy but I tried my best.

    Gintoki: (It hurts...)
    (What's... my forehead...)
    "Haa... ah--"



    Takasugi: "Gintoki."
    "I should've warned you. If you're with him, sooner or later it will end up like this."

    Gintoki: "Takasugi..."

    Takasugi: "Getting close with people, pretending to live like them."
    "Did you think that one day you could be human?"

    Gintoki: "---..."

    Takasugi: "You understand now, right? Gintoki."

    "We can never be human."

    "Demons, if they don't eat humans, they cannot live on."

  • Belaa.XO

    Dec 04, 2015

    I like dead!Hijikata face. Why...

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