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This is a list of parodies that appeared in the Gintama Universe.


Contents: # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

#

Title Time it Occurred Remarks
101st Marriage Proposal Japanese drama
4Kids
4 Ladies 4 Japanese Lifestyle program

A

Title Time it Occurred Remarks
Abarenbou Shogun Japanese TV drama
Abudeka Japanese police/detective drama
Akagi
AKB48
Akechi Mitsuhide Samurai general
Akihabara Electronics Town
Aliens Vs Predator
Animax Channel Japanese TV channel
Ansatsu Kyoushitsu
Antonio Inoki famous Japanese wrestler
Ao no Exorcist
Ashita no Joe
Audio Highs Japanese band

B

Title Time it Occurred Remarks
Bae Yong Joon a South Korean actor
Bakemonogatari
Bakuman
Barack Obama
Basara
Battle Spirit
Bayside Shakedown Japanese police/detective drama
Be-Bop High School
Berserk
Big Comic Original
Big Windup!
Black Jack
Bleach
Bruce Lee

C

Title Time it Occurred Remarks
Capitan Harlock
Captain Planet
Captain Tsubasa
Casinos
Cat's Eye
Charlie's Angels
Chuckie
Code Geass
Cooking Shows
Cromartie High
Crows Zero
C-ute J-pop girl band

D

Title Time it Occurred Remarks
Death Note
Deltora Quest
Densha Otoko
Detective Conan
Detroit Metal City
D.Gray-Man
Digital Channel 7 Japanese TV channel
Donald Trump
Donkey Kong
Doraemon
Dragon Ball
Dragon Ball Z
Dragon Quest
Duke Nukem

E

Title Time it Occurred Remarks
Edo Era
Eyeshield 21

F

Fist of the North Star
Full Metal Alchemist
Friday the 13th
Final Fantasy
Famicon
Fandom
Francis Xavier (Jesuit missionary)

G

Gintama Staff
Gintama Editor
Gintama
Gurren Lagann
GTO
Gal-games
Gokusen
Golgo 13
 

H

Heidi, Girl of the Alps
Hercule Poirot (Agatha Christie Character)
Harley Davidson
Hatsune Miku
Hokuto no Ken
Hong Kong movie 'A
Hulk Hogan
House of Wax Figures
Host Clubs
Hunter x Hunter
Häagen-Dazs (ice cream)
Historical Figures in Japanese History
 

I

Ichigo 100%
Inuyasha
Iitomo Seinen Tai
Izumi Pinko (Japanese drama actress)
It's OK to laugh (Japanese Comedy show)
Idols (celebrities)
 

J

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
Jump
Janet Jackson
Jounetsu Tairiku (Japanese tv show)
Japan
Japanese History
Japanese Drama tropes
Japanese Game Shows
Japanese Talk Shows
Jackie Chan
Japonika Gakushou Chou (A series of assessment books for junior schoolers)
Jessica Alba
 

K

Kuroshitsuji
Kamen Rider
Kochikame
K-ON!
Kindaichi Case Files
Kai un! nan demo kantei dan (Tokyo TV variety show)
Kozure O-Kami
Kuroko no Basuke
Kyojin no Hoshi
Kantai Collection

L

Laputa: Castle in the Sky
Lupin 3rd
Live Action Shows
Legend of the Galactic Heroes
Live Studio Audiences
 

M

Marlboro
My Neighbour Totoro
Monster Hunter
Mobile Suit Gundam (ZZ, Wing, Seed, Z)
Major
MIXI (Japanese social networking service)
Movie Trailers
Mangaka's
Muramasa's cursed swords
Michael Jackson
Mickey Mouse
Milo
Miyamoto Musashi (an edo samurai and artist)
Mutou Daishi (a Tokyo TV employee)
Mamushi Industries
Momoiro Clover Z
 

N

Naruto
Nike
Nomura Kodou's novels
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Nintendo
Ninja Sentai Hurricanger
Nisekoi
Napoleon Bonaparte
Nakata Hidetoshi (Japanese soccer player)
Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind
Ninja Hattori-kun
 

O

One Piece
Otaku
Otaku Culture
Ouran High School Host Club
Oricon (Japanese music sales rankings)
Onigoroshi sake
Oguri Shun (a popular Japanese actor)
Oda Nobunaga (feudal lord)
 

P

Prince of Tennis
Pretty Cure
Pheonix Wright
Pachinko
Pelican Delivery (a delivery service in Japan)
Perfume (Japanese pop girl group)
Pirates of the Caribbean
Pocky
Puella Magi Madoka Magica
Playstation
Pa-kun and James (A Chimps and a Bulldog)
Pocari Sweat
 

R

Rocky
Rambo
Rangiku Matsumoto
Rurouni Kenshin
Red Dust (romance movie)
Romeo and Juliet
Roman Holiday (movie)
Rilakkuma
Rise of the Planet of the Apes (movie)
Ryutaro Nonomura (Japanese politicus)
 

S

Sengoku Basara
Space Cobra
Shibuya, Japan
Shibuya public hall
Shingeki no Kyojin
Shinryaku Ika Musume
Sin City (2005 film)
Slam Dunk
Slumdog Millionaire
Samo Hung (Hong Kong Movie star)
Sadako (Japanese horror movie)
Saint Dragon Girl
Satomi Hakkenden (a famous legend with many adaptations)
Super Mario
Star Wars
Saint Seiya
Snakes and Ladders
Space Battleship Yamato
Saw movie franchise
Santa Claus
Street Fighter
Seikima-II (A Japanese Heavy Metal Band)
Sailor Moon
Saint Francis Xavier
Shipping (fan shipping)
Sword Art Online
Sherlock Holmes
Sekai Ururun Taizaiki (Homestay In the World)
Saiki kusuo no psi nan

T

Terminator
Toba Hironori (Aniplex associate producer)
Tommy Heavenly6
The Shopping Channel
Tetris
Trigun
Tuesday Suspense Theatre
Today in Class 5-2
The tower of Babel
Tarzan
Tokimeki Memorial
Tokyo Ghoul
To LOVE-Ru
The Game of Life
Toriko
The Shinsengumi
The Stewardess Files (Japanese tv show, travel gourmet mystery)
Tamori-san (Japanese Comedian)
Trick (Japanese Comedy/Drama)
Traversing in this world are merely ghosts (TBS family drama)
TV Tokyo
The Rose of Versailles
The Little Match Girl
The Shoemaker and the Elves
TV Chamption (variety show)
Takakura Ken (actor in a 1999 movie)
Toyotomi Hideyoshi (a lord under Nobunaga)
Tokugawa Ieyasu (Founder of the Tokugawa Dynasty)
Tokugawa Clan Crest
Taguchi Tomoo (narrator for a Japanese documentary)
 

U

Ultraman
Usain Bolt
 

W

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Will Smith
Wii
Wolverine
Whistle!
 

Y

Yu-gi-oh!
Yakult (A Japanese probiotic drink)
Yakuza
Yo nimo Kimyo na Monogatari (Tales of the Unusual)
 

Z

Zombies/Zombie movies/ Zombie virus
 

Source: [1]

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