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BREAKING NEWS BLEACH Thousand Year Bloodwar gets an Simulcast by VIZ Media USA


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Just announced the new York comic con on their Twitter account that BLEACH Thousand Year Bloodwar will get a simulcast in the USA through VIZ Media. VIZ Media has not yet confirmed this, but the confirmation will probably come at the panel at the NY Comic Con. Furthermore, the 1st episode will be shown at the NY Comic Con before the simulcast starts official. 

https://twitter.com/NY_Comic_Con/status/1565783182800191488

About BLEACH 

I think every anime fan will know it but still here is a description about Bleach. 

Bleach (stylized as BLEACH) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tite Kubo. It follows the adventures of the hotheaded teenager Ichigo Kurosaki, who inherits his parents' destiny after he obtains the powers of a Soul Reaper—a death personification similar to the Grim Reaper—from another Soul Reaper, Rukia Kuchiki. His new-found powers force him to take on the duties of defending humans from evil spirits and guiding departed souls to the afterlife, and set him on journeys to various ghostly realms of existence.

The Anime Adaption of the BLEACH Manga end with a massive Cliffhanger in the Fullbring Arc. The new Adaption will adept the last and final Arc from the Manga. The Thousand Year Bloodwar Arc. 

Story 

Ichigo Kurosaki is a teenager from Karakura Town who can see ghosts, a talent which lets him meet supernatural trespasser Rukia Kuchiki, who enters the town in search of a Hollow, a kind of monstrous lost soul who can harm both ghosts and humans. Rukia is one of the Soul Reapers (死神, Shinigami, literally 'Death Gods'), soldiers trusted with ushering the souls of the dead from the World of the Living to the Soul Society (尸魂界 (ソウル・ソサエティ), lit. "Dead Spirit World")—the afterlife realm from which she originates—and with fighting Hollows. When she is severely wounded defending Ichigo from a Hollow she is pursuing, Rukia transfers her powers to Ichigo so that he may fight in her stead while she recovers her strength. Rukia is thereby trapped in an ordinary human body, and must advise Ichigo as he balances the demands of his substitute Soul Reaper duties and attending high school. For aid in hunting the Hollows, the pair ally with a trio of other spiritually empowered allies: Ichigo's high school classmate Orihime Inoue, best friend Yasutora "Chad" Sado and the Quincy—humans who have the ability to control spirit particles—Uryū Ishida.

 

Eventually, Rukia is arrested by her Soul Reaper superiors and sentenced to death for the illegal act of transferring her powers into a human. Ichigo and his friends enlist the help of ex-Soul Reaper scientist Kisuke Urahara, who allows Ichigo to access his own Soul Reaper powers, to enter Soul Society and rescue Rukia. Shortly after the party's arrival in the Soul Society, conflict arises among the captains of the 13 Court Squads when the captain of the fifth company, Sōsuke Aizen, is apparently murdered; the captains believed that the intruders might have been responsible, which causes the Soul Reapers to begin fighting amongst themselves. Thereafter the Captain Commander Genryusai Shigekuni Yamamoto issues a wide spread search for Ichigo and his friends as being responsible for killing Aizen. However, as Ichigo rescues Rukia, and the Soul Society is on the verge of civil war, Aizen reappears and reveals his intention to obtain the Hōgyoku (崩玉, lit. "Crumbling Orb"). an orb of immense power Kisuke planted in Rukia's human vessel by faking his death and arranging the execution. Aizen is accompanied by his fellow conspirators, Gin Ichimaru and Kaname Tōsen, who are the third and ninth company's captains, as they use Hollows to cover their escape into the Hollows' realm, Hueco Mundo (虚圏 (ウェコムンド), lit. "Hollow World"). Afterwards, Ichigo and Rukia reconcile with the Soul Reapers, who view the former as a powerful ally and designate him as an official substitute Soul Reaper.

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I thought that it would be movie for Bleach, only to find out that it's actually the anime adaptation of Bleach's final arc which prompt me to remember that out of Big 3 (Naruto, One Piece, and Bleach) only Bleach that has not fully adapted the manga yet. I can only say that at least it's good to see that Bleach fans finally can see the final arc animated, even though the reception of the final arc itself is quite divisive. By the way this remind me of Inuyasha Final Arc, in which it only has 26 episodes to adapt 21 volumes of the manga, so maybe we only have two seasons to adapt the last 19 volumes of Bleach (Volume 55 to 74) here.

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6 hours ago, littleshogun said:

I thought that it would be movie for Bleach, only to find out that it's actually the anime adaptation of Bleach's final arc which prompt me to remember that out of Big 3 (Naruto, One Piece, and Bleach) only Bleach that has not fully adapted the manga yet. I can only say that at least it's good to see that Bleach fans finally can see the final arc animated, even though the reception of the final arc itself is quite divisive. By the way this remind me of Inuyasha Final Arc, in which it only has 26 episodes to adapt 21 volumes of the manga, so maybe we only have two seasons to adapt the last 19 volumes of Bleach (Volume 55 to 74) here.

The fact that Bleach gets his last arc adapted has been known for some time. The pleasing thing is that Bleach at least gets a simulcast in NA. In Europe and the Middle East, Disney+ is said to have the license and Disney does not make a simulcast. 

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24 minutes ago, Zero Mr. Zoll VN.Info said:

The fact that Bleach gets his last arc adapted has been known for some time. The pleasing thing is that Bleach at least gets a simulcast in NA. In Europe and the Middle East, Disney+ is said to have the license and Disney does not make a simulcast. 

The thing is I don't have the way to watch it through the simulcast nor I live in NA, so my attention is directed toward that Pierrot manage to adapt the final arc of Bleach in which it remind me that turned out Bleach anime didn't adapt the final arc (Honestly I already forgot about the fact that Bleach didn't adapt the final arc before I see this article).

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