The first chapters of the Kubo manga, Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War, were born back in 2001. The graphic novel was published in a well-known Japanese source until 2016, after which the work came to its logical conclusion. However, fans of the manga have waited for the release date of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War, and finally, everything happened. Here’s everything a fan must know about the upcoming anime?
‘Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War’ Do We Have A Release Date?
Today, true connoisseurs of the genre rejoice. The official release date for Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War is set for October 2022. The joyous event about the upcoming anime premiere was announced in December 2021 at the Jump Festa ’22 Shueisha, where the first trailer was unveiled. Recall that fans of Taito Kubo’s creativity have been waiting for the adaptation of the coveted manga for a long time. Now fans have the opportunity to compare the original with the adaptation. Here’s the trailer:
‘Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War’ What Is The Plot?
The worldwide circulation of the manga was 120 million copies, which speaks of an imposing figure. According to the project’s creators, the new anime will be based on the last arc, covering the adventures described in volumes 55-74. Soul Society needs to investigate the massive disappearance of Hollows. Meanwhile, the show’s key characters are introduced to a group of strangers. Strange people in black masks are planning to destroy Soul Society in five days.
As we remember, in addition to the anime, which ended in 2012, viewers were able to appreciate as many as four “full meters” based on the manga of the same name. In addition, video games and even musicals have been created based on Kubo’s work. That is why the news of the planned release date of the anime series Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War was received with great interest by fans of the genre.
In 2004, collectable card games were created based on manga, which gained great popularity in Japan. Still, several years later, the launch of the souvenir production was suspended due to “financial difficulties.”
The production of the anime is carried out by Studio Pierrot, which is responsible for the anime “Kingdom”, “Naruto”, and “Black Clover”. The company has enough works that critics highly praised. Today, die-hard fans of the show can’t wait for Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War to release.
The show will star Naomi Kusumi as Ichibe Hyosube, Yoji Ueda as Oetsu Nimaiya, Tomoyuki Shimura as Tenjiro Kirinji, and Rina Sato as Senjumaru Shutara in the lead characters.