SHIN CHAN BEST COMEDY CARTOON.July 30, 2020
Crayon Shin-chan, also known as Shin Chan, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshito Usui. It follows the adventures of the five-year-old Shinnosuke “Shin” Nohara and his parents, baby sister, dog, neighbours, and friends and is set in Kasukabe, Saitama Prefecture of Japan.
Creator: Yoshito UsuiOriginal network: TV AsahiEnglish publisher: NA: One Peace Books; ComicsOne (former); CMX Manga (former)Released: October 14, 2019 – presentMusic by: Toshiyuki ArakawaGenres: Comedy, Slice of life
Why is Shin Chan banned :
The use of inappropriate language and promoting mischievous behavior are some of the reasons why Shin–Chan was banned in the India. The show has been dubbed in many languages. The show aired in India in 2006, but soon the character’s behavior, attitude became a matter of controversy.
How did Shin Chan die :
Originally Answered: How did Shinchan die? It was prepared to be shown in the last episode but was never telecasted. He died in a car accident while saving his sister.
Who is real Shinchan :
Shinchan is inspired by the real life kid “Shinnosuke Nohara” who faced death in a car accident. His mother “Misae” went in misery and gloom after the son’s death, Misae started sketching Shinchan in his remembrance.
Why is Shinchan always 5 years :
Shinchan was 5 years old only when while rescuing his sister on road died. His mother misae after losing her two kids on such a tragic accident fell in depression and health ills and even died soon. … Yoshito Usui, the writer of Shinchan brought this story in comedy and animation.
Main article: List of Crayon Shin-chan volumes
Crayon Shin-chan first appeared in 1990 in a Japanese weekly magazine called Weekly Manga Action, which is published by Futabasha. It started as a spin-off of the character Shinnosuke Nikaido (二階堂信之介) of another series by Yoshito Usui, Darakuya Store Monogatari (だらくやストア物語). The chapters were collected into 50 tankōbon volumes, which were published under Futabasha’s Action Comics imprint, from April 11, 1992 to July 10, 2010.
Main article: List of Crayon Shin-chan episodes
An anime adaptation of Crayon Shin-chan, produced by Shin-Ei Animation, has aired in Japan on TV Asahi since April 13, 1992. The series was originally directed by Mitsuru Hongo from 1992 to 1996, and was replaced by Keiichi Hara from 1996 to 2004. Since 2004, the series is directed by Yuji Muto. The music in the series is composed by Toshiyuki Arakawa. The series was originally going to end in 1994 and have its time-slot replaced by a remake of Umeboshi Denka. However, because the series was a huge hit on TV Asahi, the network decided not to replace it.
United States :
In the United States, the series has appeared on Adult Swim.
A Hindi dub of the anime started airing in India on Hungama TV on June 19, 2006, Later in Tamil dub and Telugu dub
There were complaints from parents over the main character’s behavior and the attitudes exhibited towards elders on the show, both of which were seen as a negative influence on children The series was banned in October 2008 by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (India) on account of heavy nudity. Before the ban, the Hindi version of Crayon Shin-chan gained up to 60% of the channel’s market share. Scenes that have been cut include instances of Shin-chan performing either the “Mr. Elephant” dance or the “butt-shaking” dance, and instances of Nene’s mother beating up a stuffed toy in anger.
Only 13 films of Shin-chan have been dubbed in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu and have aired on Hungama TV.
But starting from 1 May 2017, No new films of Crayon Shin-chan will be aired on India and dubbed in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. The license is held by Spac
External links :
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Crayon Shin-chan.|
- Official Futabasha Crayon Shin-chan website (in Japanese)
- Official TV Asahi Crayon Shin-chan website (in Japanese)
- Official Bandai Visual Crayon Shin-chan website (in Japanese)
- Official Shin-Ei Animation Crayon Shin-chan website (in Japanese)
- Official Crayon Shin-chan movie website (in Japanese)
- Official FUNimation Shin chan website
- Official ComicsOne Crayon ShinChan website (Archive)
- Crayon Shin-chan (manga) at Anime News Network‘s encyclopedia
Train in special Crayon Shin-chan vinyl wrapping livery at Kurihashi Station, Japan
|New Crayon Shin-chan|
|Written by||UY Team|
|Original run||August 2010 – present|
|Volumes||8 (List of volumes)|