Tite Kubo, the author of one of the most successful manga/anime, Bleach, is now back with another series! What’s even more awesome is that his next series takes place in the same universe as that of Bleach!
Fans who still aren’t over Bleach now have another chance of experiencing the artstyle once again. Who knows, maybe we will get a cameo of Ichigo and the others?
The 41st issue of the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine revealed draft pages for a season 2 of the Burn The Witch manga.
The draft shows rough sketches of dragons and the two main characters of the manga, Noel, and Ninny.
Season 1 of Burn the Witch manga consists of 4 chapters. The last chapter was released on Monday, and its serialization was started on 24th August.
An anime film called Burn the Witch is being adapted from the manga series. It is scheduled for debut on 2nd October in Japan. It will also premiere worldwide on Crunchyroll.
Volume 1 of Burn the Witch will have a total of 260 pages. It will be distributed on 2nd October, the same day as the theatrical release of the upcoming movie.
The volume will have not only some pin-up posters with it but also a colorful cover and the original one-shot manga in it.
Burn the Witch Season 1 Ending
Just as the higher authority is trying to capture Balgo for being too involved with dragons, a mysterious dragon appears.
Elly morphs into a Marchen dragon called Cinderella. Noel and Ninny try their best to defeat it but fail. The dragon is killed by Banx instead.
The higher authorities of the soul society figure that they need to kill the other Marchens.
Season 2 Expectations
Burn the Witch Season 2 might continue where the first part left off.
Balgo is now involved in the dark business of dragons, and keeping him alive is a priority if the Marchens need to be hunted and killed.
The next season might show the hunt for the other Marchens and how Noel and Ninny get involved in it.
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
Source: 41st issue of Weekly Shonen JumpOriginally Written By Epic Dope