Shin chan

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  • TV-MA
  • 1992
  • 3 Seasons
  • 7.9  (5,369)

Shin Chan (also known as Crayon Shin-Chan) first began with a manga like other popular animes. The manga series was created by Yoshito Usui in 1990 and was featured in the Japanese magazine Weekly Manga Action. In the year 1992 the show finally aired on television with its creator still making new volumes for the manga at the same time. Even though the show was broadcasted in '92, it took a few years for it to be translated into English for its audience in America. As the anime grew in popularity so did the abundance of crude or region specific jokes. Many American viewers of the anime found the dialogue sometimes hard to comprehend due to them not having a complete understanding of the culture in Japan. This show is also dubbed for other areas like China, Vietnam, Taiwan, Malaysia, and places in Latin America. The show's creator Yoshito died in a hiking incident in September 2009. On the day of his death an announcement was broadcasted to the viewers stating that the manga and anime (in its current form) were over. Usui's team relaunched the show and manga in 2010. Shin Chan has over 800 episodes and there have been tons of merchandise made for the show. Some of the items made were video games (Playstation, Game Gear, Game Boy Advance), movies (over 15 TV specials and films), and toys (official dolls and watches). Shin Chan's story is quite simple. He is a five year old by the name of Shinnosuke Nohara and he lives with his parents in the Kasukabe, Saitama Prefecture. Unlike the other kids in his neighborhood Shin behaves very bad and says things that are not meant for his age. Shin clearly takes after his father who is a big influence on him. Each episode is just an inside look on what a normal day is like when you are living with a child like him.

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Seasons
This Show Just Jumped the Kappa
78. This Show Just Jumped the Kappa
September 27, 2011
The Bitzi Saga: Alternate Ending! Cancel a Shin! Cancel a Shin, Part 2!
Two Corn Dogs at Once
77. Two Corn Dogs at Once
September 27, 2011
Jam Hanson Presents the Puppets! Little Miss Muff Dive, Part 1! Little Miss Muff Dive, Part 2!
Meanwhile, on the Planet Niptune...
76. Meanwhile, on the Planet Niptune...
September 27, 2011
First, Do No Farming! Lust in Space! The Jackson Vibe!
Hardcore Flirting
75. Hardcore Flirting
September 27, 2011
Shintervention! Walk Whitey a Bit, Shin! Donut Resuscitate!
Monumental Douchebag
74. Monumental Douchebag
September 27, 2011
Kasukabewatch! Everyone Has a Hobby, a Way to Pass the Time! Relapse (Don't Do It)!
Tell the Stork to Give me a Fetus
73. Tell the Stork to Give me a Fetus
September 27, 2011
So Long, Fire Well! Don't Tell Mom the Baby Sitter's Dad's Dad! Girls Don't Melt!
Nork Humor
72. Nork Humor
September 27, 2011
Don't Let the Flamer Go Out! Dolphinfidelity, Part 1! Dolphinfidelity, Part 2!
Don't Mind the Damp Spot
71. Don't Mind the Damp Spot
September 27, 2011
Kids, Stroke Hard at Your Meet! Sweat Shop 'til Ya Drop! The Audacity of Rope!
Tiny Cock Ring (For Baby Cocks)
70. Tiny Cock Ring (For Baby Cocks)
September 27, 2011
Mo Bunny, Mo Problems! All Your Baseballs Are Belong To Us! Everybody Get Naked! (Volume Ten)
Bind, Torture, Make Into Apple Dumplings
69. Bind, Torture, Make Into Apple Dumplings
September 27, 2011
It's Snot Boo, It's an Alien! The Rear End of the Affair! Kindergarten Chops!
Rubber Gutter Bumpers
68. Rubber Gutter Bumpers
September 27, 2011
An Affair to Misremember! Shin Chan Origins! Oral Hijinks! The Flaming of the Shrew!
A Blend of Nylon and Panda
67. A Blend of Nylon and Panda
September 27, 2011
Opportunity Knockers! Pandamonium, Part 1! Pandamonium, Part 2!
If You Could Abort Obama, Would You?
66. If You Could Abort Obama, Would You?
September 27, 2011
In Test Anal Fartitude! TV Guided Tour! Fiery or a Wimpy Kid?
Losing Your Three-Card
65. Losing Your Three-Card
July 29, 2011
Three-Treat for couples.
One, Two, Bunny's Comin' For You
64. One, Two, Bunny's Comin' For You
July 22, 2011
An Itsy Bitzi Drug Problem! Flamernator 3: Elimination Day! Happiness Bunny's Revenge's Revenge's Revenge: With a Revengeance!
The Upside Of Prison Showers
63. The Upside Of Prison Showers
July 15, 2011
Summershine Cleaning! Georgie Goes Rogue! The Itzy Bitzy Sister!
The Boring Kind Of Wet
62. The Boring Kind Of Wet
July 8, 2011
When the Whistlers Blow! Trains, Trains and Trainomobiles! Weeding out the Undesirables!
Food Sex is Not Your Friend
61. Food Sex is Not Your Friend
July 1, 2011
The Truth About Old People! Miss Polly Amorous! Earn Nothing Norking from Home!
Hold Still While I Glamour You
60. Hold Still While I Glamour You
June 25, 2011
The Real Housewives of Kasukabe! True Twilight Diaries, Part 1! True Twilight Diaries, part 2!
Vaginoplasty and a Stepladder
59. Vaginoplasty and a Stepladder
July 26, 2011
Fibromyalgical Mystery Tour! Ai'll Be Back! The Katz in the Cradle Robbing!
Running Out of Adult Diapers
58. Running Out of Adult Diapers
June 9, 2011
All the Boo That's Fit to Print! Bringing up Man Baby! Hate Balls of Fire!
Mockery Is So Coastal Elitist
57. Mockery Is So Coastal Elitist
June 3, 2011
Mom's Cavi-Tease! Beat the New Guy! Yaz-Manian Devil!
I Will Not Let You Hurt Hitler
56. I Will Not Let You Hurt Hitler
May 27, 2011
Loose Pussy... Cat. A Brief Satire of the Third Reich's Occupation of France! Cupid for Stupid!
Hecilopter Hurts my Brain Part
55. Hecilopter Hurts my Brain Part
July 26, 2011
Beater's Digest! Love is (Legally) Blind! It's Snot Boo, it's Me!
The Balls Have Left the Crotchy
54. The Balls Have Left the Crotchy
July 26, 2011
The Secret Legacy of Ench-Man! A Star is Burned! Three of Tarts!
The After-Breakfast Enema
53. The After-Breakfast Enema
July 26, 2011
How We Spent Our Two-Year Summer Vacation! Anime is for Children (and Loser Adults)! Soaking Wet Country Club!
Description

Shin Chan (also known as Crayon Shin-Chan) first began with a manga like other popular animes. The manga series was created by Yoshito Usui in 1990 and was featured in the Japanese magazine Weekly Manga Action. In the year 1992 the show finally aired on television with its creator still making new volumes for the manga at the same time. Even though the show was broadcasted in '92, it took a few years for it to be translated into English for its audience in America.

As the anime grew in popularity so did the abundance of crude or region specific jokes. Many American viewers of the anime found the dialogue sometimes hard to comprehend due to them not having a complete understanding of the culture in Japan. This show is also dubbed for other areas like China, Vietnam, Taiwan, Malaysia, and places in Latin America.

The show's creator Yoshito died in a hiking incident in September 2009. On the day of his death an announcement was broadcasted to the viewers stating that the manga and anime (in its current form) were over. Usui's team relaunched the show and manga in 2010. Shin Chan has over 800 episodes and there have been tons of merchandise made for the show. Some of the items made were video games (Playstation, Game Gear, Game Boy Advance), movies (over 15 TV specials and films), and toys (official dolls and watches).

Shin Chan's story is quite simple. He is a five year old by the name of Shinnosuke Nohara and he lives with his parents in the Kasukabe, Saitama Prefecture. Unlike the other kids in his neighborhood Shin behaves very bad and says things that are not meant for his age. Shin clearly takes after his father who is a big influence on him. Each episode is just an inside look on what a normal day is like when you are living with a child like him.

  • Premiere Date
    April 13, 1992
  • IMDB Rating
    7.9  (5,369)