With the release of the second episode, those responsible for the “Bleach” anime have released the opening and ending videos for the new episodes on YouTube. You can listen to both songs below in the article.
Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Opening and Ending Video
For the opening “Scar” the Japanese singer-songwriter Tatsuya Kitani was engaged, while the ending “Saihate” is performed by SennaRin. To coincide with the release on YouTube, the songs have also been uploaded for streaming on various music platforms.
The new episodes adapt the final arc “Thousand-Year Blood War” of the manga series of the same name by Tite Kubo. Tomohisa Taguchi is the new director of the anime adaptation, replacing Noriyuki Abe. Masashi Kudo returns as character designer and Shiro Sagisu, meanwhile, composes the music. The final adventure of Ichigo and his friends will be produced at Studio Pierrot. The “Bleach” sequel premiered on Japanese TV on October 10 and will air over four courses with breaks. It has been known for some time that the anime will be available to watch worldwide on Disney+ (in the US via Hulu instead). When the new episodes of “Bleach” will be available in this country is not yet known at this time.
The first anime adaptation, which aired from 2004 to 2012, was directed by Noriyuki Abe at Studio Pierrot.
Manga last published as “Extreme” edition
Kubo launched the manga series in August 2001 and concluded it in 2016 in Shueisha’s “Weekly Shonen Jump” magazine. In Japan, the series includes a total of 74 volumes. In this country, the story was licensed by Tokyopop and the publisher last published it as the “Extreme” edition, which is now completely available in stores and includes the story in 26 volumes.
Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Opening
Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Ending
Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Storyline
15-year-old Ichigo Kurosaki would like to be a normal guy, but his ability to see ghosts makes him an outsider. An encounter with a shinigami – a goddess of death – puts paid to the idea of ever being normal. Rukia, as the shinigami is called, defends Ichigo against a soul-stealing Hollow and is injured so badly that she transfers some of her powers to Ichigo. He must now – reluctantly! – He must now – reluctantly – take over her tasks of protecting this world from soul snatchers.