The reaper of souls that everyone loves is returned! A suitable conclusion to one of the most popular anime series was thought to be impossible until the announcement of Bleach Season 17, which is scheduled to adopt the Thousand-Year Blood Arc of Tite Kubo’s manga series.
Bleach, a popular shonen series, premiered on television on October 5, 2004, due to Studio Pierrot, and has since aired for a total of 16 seasons, including 366 episodes.
After airing its final episode on March 27, 2012, fans have been demanding more in order to adapt the remaining chapters of Tite Kubo’s manga series.
Leaks indicate that Studio Pierott will be animating the upcoming season of Bleach, which is welcome news since it has taken almost a decade for the producers to deliver on what fans have been asking for.
According to the official synopsis, Episode 1 will continue the journey of Ichigo Kurosaki, who we’ve been following for the past 20 seasons.
In this adventure, this character and his fellow Soul Reapers will band together for a single purpose: to engage in one of the most epic fights ever fought against Yhwach. He has the support of the Quincy army.
Episode 1 of Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War will show everything that has happened up to this point, from the declaration of war to its preparations.
However, the pilot won’t feature any major events or plot twists. Ichigo and his companions will do their best to make the most of their limited time together.
They want to go to the city and talk to the locals about what they have available to them. What happens next will be fascinating to observe.
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On October 10, 2022, after a ten-year hiatus, the first episode of Bleach’s “Thousand Year Blood War Arc” will be shown. In what regions can you catch Bleach in 2022? When will it be available on Crunchyroll?
Bleach’s last arc is almost ready for release, but it hasn’t been decided which medium will air it. Viz Media has declared that episodes of Bleach would be available to fans worldwide on the same day as the Japanese broadcast.
Despite claims that the anime series will not be distributed weekly outside of Japan now that Disney has acquired the rights to it (Simulcast).
Lost Substitute Shinigami: The Arc
Ichigo lost his Shinigami skills in the battle against Aizen and is unable to contact Rukia or anyone else from the soul society. Even though it’s been almost a year, he’s back to his regular routine at school.
Third-year high school student Ichigo meets Xcution member Kugo Ginjo, who assures him that complete bringing will restore his power. You, on the other hand, are hospitalized after an unknown assailant attacks him.
Meanwhile, Ichigo meets Tsukishima, a memory-altering psychic. Eventually, it’s revealed that Ginjo and Tsukishima are pals who betrayed Ichigo because of his abilities.
But Urahara figures out how to restore Ichigo’s power, and the Soul Society comes through, in the end, to aid him in his fight.