Due to the popularity of the manga, several adaptations of GTO were established. These adaptations include a twelve-episode Japanese television drama running from July to September 1998; a live-action film directed by Masayuki Suzuki and released in December 1999; and a 43-episode anime television series aired in Japan by Fuji Television and Animax from June 1999 to September 2000 [2] . Both the anime and manga have been licensed in North America by Tokyopop . A second live action series aired in Japan during 2012, and two more in 2014.

Eikichi Onizuka is a 22-year-old ex-gang member and a virgin. While peeping up girls' skirts at a local shopping mall, Onizuka meets a girl who agrees to go out on a date with him. Onizuka's attempt to sleep with her fails when her current "boyfriend", her teacher, shows up at the love hotel they are in and asks her to return to him. The teacher is old and unattractive, but has sufficient influence over her that she leaps from a second-story window and lands in his arms.

Onizuka, upon seeing this display of a teacher's power over girls, decides to become a teacher himself. However, he earns his teaching degree, just barely, at a second-rate college. In his quest, he discovers two important things: he has a conscience and a sense of morality. This means taking advantage of impressionable schoolgirls is out of the question, but their unusually attractive mothers are a different matter. He enjoys teaching and, most of the time, he teaches life lessons rather than the routine schoolwork. He hates the systems of traditional education, especially when they have grown ignorant and condescending to students and their needs.

This wiki explores the manga series as well as the animated and live-action adaptions of Great Teacher Onizuka and its affiliated works. Please feel free to contribute!
We currently have 4,552 edits to the 287 articles and 1,077 images on this wiki since August 08, 2009 .

Great Teacher Onizuka ( GTO ) revolves around an eccentric, yet mischievous teacher who is not afraid of brazenly admitting to being a pervert. At 22-years-old, Eikichi Onizuka represents everything that contradicts and challenges the foundations of the educational system. His methods are considered bizarre and often dangerous. Despite this, Onizuka manages to earn his students' trust and respect one-by-one while simultaneously teaching them life lessons.

Bad Company is a single-volume prequel to GTO 's predecessor, Shonan Junai Gumi . It depicts Eikichi Onizuka 's life prior to his joining of the Oni-Baku . The manga was published in 1997 by Kodansha while Tohru Fujisawa was still working on GTO .

Gardener Eikichi Onizuka ( Akira ) is pruning trees at a school garden as part time work. A student named Noboru Yoshikawa ( Taishi Nakagawa ), who is Azu Fuyuzuki's ( Miori Takimoto ) student, is about to jump from the roof. Eikichi Onizuka sees the student and talks the student out of jumping. Noboru Yoshikawa is bullied by 3 female classmates including Anzu Uehara ( Yua Shinkawa ). These 3 girls also takes Noboru Yoshikawa's money before class starts.

Eikichi Onizuka then talks with Yoshiko Sakurai ( Hitomi Kuroki ), the owner of the school cafeteria. 3 students who insist they were kicked out of school for unreasonable reason break into the school cafeteria.

Vice principal Hiroshi Uchiyamada ( Ryosei Tayama ) harshly blames these 3 kids. Eikichi Onizuka becomes angry at Hiroshi Uchiyamada and literally throws Hiroshi Uchiyamada aside. At that moment, student Noboru Yoshikawa, teacher Azu Fuyuzuki and chief director of the school Sakurai watch the incident.

So last time we embarked on a great adventure filled with magic, spiritual guardians, and survival, but now we are taking the more precious journey into the world of school. GTO stars Onizuka, a former bike gang leader who decides in his own right to change his life around, and venture into the life of education. While his subordinates will do anything to create mischief for Onizuka, this new ambition leads him to discover great opportunities, while showing his subordinates that making the right choices in your life can definitely make you a better person.

Here are 6 anime that may entice you if you really enjoy a school life setting, comedy, and characters that prove that anything is possible in life if you make the right changes to better the life around you and become the greatest. Class is now in session, so let us begin.

Continuing with the ongoing trend of school anime and the plot surrounding a character with a hidden talent to educate, we now are going to discuss Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei. Nozomu always seems to find himself dealing with bad luck at every corner he turns. This despair somehow leads him into a high school where much like himself, the students deal with their own misfortunes which now Nozomu has to confront and overcome. This great story demonstrates that the greatest teacher in our lives is not the one who holds the book, but rather the one who holds the key to unlocking the inner champion we have inside.

Due to the popularity of the manga, several adaptations of GTO were established. These adaptations include a twelve-episode Japanese television drama running from July to September 1998; a live-action film directed by Masayuki Suzuki and released in December 1999; and a 43-episode anime television series aired in Japan by Fuji Television and Animax from June 1999 to September 2000 [2] . Both the anime and manga have been licensed in North America by Tokyopop . A second live action series aired in Japan during 2012, and two more in 2014.

Eikichi Onizuka is a 22-year-old ex-gang member and a virgin. While peeping up girls' skirts at a local shopping mall, Onizuka meets a girl who agrees to go out on a date with him. Onizuka's attempt to sleep with her fails when her current "boyfriend", her teacher, shows up at the love hotel they are in and asks her to return to him. The teacher is old and unattractive, but has sufficient influence over her that she leaps from a second-story window and lands in his arms.

Onizuka, upon seeing this display of a teacher's power over girls, decides to become a teacher himself. However, he earns his teaching degree, just barely, at a second-rate college. In his quest, he discovers two important things: he has a conscience and a sense of morality. This means taking advantage of impressionable schoolgirls is out of the question, but their unusually attractive mothers are a different matter. He enjoys teaching and, most of the time, he teaches life lessons rather than the routine schoolwork. He hates the systems of traditional education, especially when they have grown ignorant and condescending to students and their needs.

This wiki explores the manga series as well as the animated and live-action adaptions of Great Teacher Onizuka and its affiliated works. Please feel free to contribute!
We currently have 4,552 edits to the 287 articles and 1,077 images on this wiki since August 08, 2009 .

Great Teacher Onizuka ( GTO ) revolves around an eccentric, yet mischievous teacher who is not afraid of brazenly admitting to being a pervert. At 22-years-old, Eikichi Onizuka represents everything that contradicts and challenges the foundations of the educational system. His methods are considered bizarre and often dangerous. Despite this, Onizuka manages to earn his students' trust and respect one-by-one while simultaneously teaching them life lessons.

Bad Company is a single-volume prequel to GTO 's predecessor, Shonan Junai Gumi . It depicts Eikichi Onizuka 's life prior to his joining of the Oni-Baku . The manga was published in 1997 by Kodansha while Tohru Fujisawa was still working on GTO .

Due to the popularity of the manga, several adaptations of GTO were established. These adaptations include a twelve-episode Japanese television drama running from July to September 1998; a live-action film directed by Masayuki Suzuki and released in December 1999; and a 43-episode anime television series aired in Japan by Fuji Television and Animax from June 1999 to September 2000 [2] . Both the anime and manga have been licensed in North America by Tokyopop . A second live action series aired in Japan during 2012, and two more in 2014.

Eikichi Onizuka is a 22-year-old ex-gang member and a virgin. While peeping up girls' skirts at a local shopping mall, Onizuka meets a girl who agrees to go out on a date with him. Onizuka's attempt to sleep with her fails when her current "boyfriend", her teacher, shows up at the love hotel they are in and asks her to return to him. The teacher is old and unattractive, but has sufficient influence over her that she leaps from a second-story window and lands in his arms.

Onizuka, upon seeing this display of a teacher's power over girls, decides to become a teacher himself. However, he earns his teaching degree, just barely, at a second-rate college. In his quest, he discovers two important things: he has a conscience and a sense of morality. This means taking advantage of impressionable schoolgirls is out of the question, but their unusually attractive mothers are a different matter. He enjoys teaching and, most of the time, he teaches life lessons rather than the routine schoolwork. He hates the systems of traditional education, especially when they have grown ignorant and condescending to students and their needs.

This wiki explores the manga series as well as the animated and live-action adaptions of Great Teacher Onizuka and its affiliated works. Please feel free to contribute!
We currently have 4,552 edits to the 287 articles and 1,077 images on this wiki since August 08, 2009 .

Great Teacher Onizuka ( GTO ) revolves around an eccentric, yet mischievous teacher who is not afraid of brazenly admitting to being a pervert. At 22-years-old, Eikichi Onizuka represents everything that contradicts and challenges the foundations of the educational system. His methods are considered bizarre and often dangerous. Despite this, Onizuka manages to earn his students' trust and respect one-by-one while simultaneously teaching them life lessons.

Bad Company is a single-volume prequel to GTO 's predecessor, Shonan Junai Gumi . It depicts Eikichi Onizuka 's life prior to his joining of the Oni-Baku . The manga was published in 1997 by Kodansha while Tohru Fujisawa was still working on GTO .

Gardener Eikichi Onizuka ( Akira ) is pruning trees at a school garden as part time work. A student named Noboru Yoshikawa ( Taishi Nakagawa ), who is Azu Fuyuzuki's ( Miori Takimoto ) student, is about to jump from the roof. Eikichi Onizuka sees the student and talks the student out of jumping. Noboru Yoshikawa is bullied by 3 female classmates including Anzu Uehara ( Yua Shinkawa ). These 3 girls also takes Noboru Yoshikawa's money before class starts.

Eikichi Onizuka then talks with Yoshiko Sakurai ( Hitomi Kuroki ), the owner of the school cafeteria. 3 students who insist they were kicked out of school for unreasonable reason break into the school cafeteria.

Vice principal Hiroshi Uchiyamada ( Ryosei Tayama ) harshly blames these 3 kids. Eikichi Onizuka becomes angry at Hiroshi Uchiyamada and literally throws Hiroshi Uchiyamada aside. At that moment, student Noboru Yoshikawa, teacher Azu Fuyuzuki and chief director of the school Sakurai watch the incident.

Due to the popularity of the manga, several adaptations of GTO were established. These adaptations include a twelve-episode Japanese television drama running from July to September 1998; a live-action film directed by Masayuki Suzuki and released in December 1999; and a 43-episode anime television series aired in Japan by Fuji Television and Animax from June 1999 to September 2000 [2] . Both the anime and manga have been licensed in North America by Tokyopop . A second live action series aired in Japan during 2012, and two more in 2014.

Eikichi Onizuka is a 22-year-old ex-gang member and a virgin. While peeping up girls' skirts at a local shopping mall, Onizuka meets a girl who agrees to go out on a date with him. Onizuka's attempt to sleep with her fails when her current "boyfriend", her teacher, shows up at the love hotel they are in and asks her to return to him. The teacher is old and unattractive, but has sufficient influence over her that she leaps from a second-story window and lands in his arms.

Onizuka, upon seeing this display of a teacher's power over girls, decides to become a teacher himself. However, he earns his teaching degree, just barely, at a second-rate college. In his quest, he discovers two important things: he has a conscience and a sense of morality. This means taking advantage of impressionable schoolgirls is out of the question, but their unusually attractive mothers are a different matter. He enjoys teaching and, most of the time, he teaches life lessons rather than the routine schoolwork. He hates the systems of traditional education, especially when they have grown ignorant and condescending to students and their needs.

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