The universally adored soul reaper is finally back! At the point when fans felt that they could never see a proper ending for one of their #1 anime series, the makers shocked them by announcing Bleach Season 17, as most would consider being normal to adjust the Thousand-Year Blood Arc of Tite Kubo’s manga series.
Bleach, which made its TV debut on 5th October 2004 thanks to Studio Pierrot, and released 16 seasons of the shonen series, which has a sum of 366 episodes. The last episode circulated on 27th March 2012, and from that point forward, fans have been requesting more episodes to adapt the remainder of Tite Kubo’s manga series.
Even though it required very nearly 10 years, the makers are at last giving what fans need, and it’s supposed to show up the following year, according to the leaks, Studio MAPPA will be animating the new season of Bleach. Here’s everything to know about the anime series Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War.
Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Release Date
Bleach is one of the most famous anime and manga series. Bleach was also known as one of the ‘Big Three (alongside Naruto and One Piece), the series ran from 7th August 2001 to August 22, 2016, as a manga and from 2004 to 2012 as an anime.
Bleach, composed and illustrated by Tite Kubo, was the story of a high school student Ichigo (who could see ghosts). At some point, he got the powers of a shinigami (a Death God/Soul Reaper) from a reaper named Rukia. After acquiring these powers, Ichigo becomes entrapped in the realm of the shinigami, and the soul world in general, including the numerous associations that attempt to keep up with the balance.
The anime adaptation of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War will be released in October 2022, so almost certainly, fans from everywhere over the world will want to stream the new episodes beginning that month. This will be one of the most profoundly expected anime shows coming this year, so expect more limited-time publicity for the last season in the months paving the way to its delivery.
After Anime Expo 2022, Crunchyroll shared a new trailer and a few additional insights concerning the background creation of the Bleach continuation. In December 2021, Shueisha and Viz Media delivered the first trailer for Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War, giving us an early glance at the impending season. Albeit the trailer reveals familiar characters, it doesn’t offer significant spoilers for the upcoming season. All things considered, additionally, another new trailer was released on 2nd July by Viz Media.