There’s not much time left till the Quincy King wakes up and starts the Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War. As the debut gets closer, it seems like the fans’ excitement keeps increasing with it.
The franchise has been teasing us with clips and glimpses from the upcoming anime, which is frustrating and exciting at the same time. Being such a widely anticipated arc, we, as fans, are bound to worry about the quality.
However, Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War anime’s latest trailer has removed all our worries about the anime doing justice to this arc.
Besides being filled with action, the video also previews the theme songs for the anime debuting on October 10, 2022. The opening theme is ‘Scar’ by Tatsuya Kitani, and the ending theme is ‘Saihate’ by SennaRin.
Now back to the story. The trailer starts with a panicky situation where loads of Hollows appear out of nowhere. Amidst this mess, the timid shinigami Ryūnosuke Yuki is sent to get the problem under control but is overwhelmed by the monsters.
Ichigo and his friends arrive just in time to save Yuki and decide to get to the bottom of this unusual phenomenon. But, Ichigo doesn’t know that an entity much worse than the Hollows is waiting for him.
The trailer also teases the Sternritter and the crumbling Soul Society. Ultimately, everyone puts all their hopes on Ichigo, who resolves not to let anyone die in this battle.
The impact and hold that the Quincy Blood War arc has on Bleach fans cannot be expressed in words. It’s not just about the action but about the brilliantly written conclusion that has everyone so invested in it.
Just a tiny suggestion, consider avoiding all social media platforms when the season is released to stay away from spoilers.
Bleach is a Japanese anime television series based on Tite Kubo’s manga of the same name. The anime series adapts Kubo’s manga but also introduces some new, original, self-contained story arcs.
It is based in Karakura Town on a 15-year-old high school student Ichigo Kurosaki who becomes a substitute Soul Reaper when Rukia Kuchiki, a Soul Reaper, puts Soul Reaper powers in Ichigo. They barely manage to kill the hollow.
Although initially reluctant to accept the heavy responsibility, he begins eliminating some more hollows and also discovers that several of his friends and classmates are spiritually aware and have powers of their own.