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This summer, the Thousand-Year Blood War arc of the Bleach anime makes its highly anticipated return with “The Separation.” Fans can enjoy an exclusive early screening on June 25, preceding the official release in July 2023.

Exciting news awaits anime enthusiasts as the highly anticipated second part of the Bleach anime’s Thousand-Year Blood War arc, titled “The Separation,” is set to make its return this summer. This season delves into an intense conflict between the Soul Reapers and the formidable Wandenreich, a faction of the Quincy Family. Known for its mature storytelling, the Bleach anime promises an even more intense and destructive experience compared to its previous installments. Fans can brace themselves for an action-packed journey filled with epic battles and gripping narratives.

Exclusive early screening of Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War: The Separation
Prepare for the highly anticipated second part of the Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War arc, set to premiere in July 2023. Excitement builds as an exclusive early screening of the first two episodes takes place on June 25 in Japan. Attendees will have the incredible opportunity to catch a sneak peek of the action-packed episodes, engage in discussions with the production team and voice actors, and even ask questions. This event is an absolute must for every devoted Bleach fan, offering an unforgettable experience and insider insights.


Following the thrilling season finale, where Ichigo, our protagonist, crafted formidable weapons to assist him in the arduous fight, the upcoming season promises to explore Kurosaki’s Quincy lineage in greater detail. Despite acquiring new powers, Ichigo still faces a formidable journey ahead in his quest to confront Yhwach, the powerful leader of the Wandenreich. Brace yourself for an engaging narrative that uncovers Ichigo’s past and the challenges he must overcome to face his ultimate adversary.

Pierrot adopts a mature outlook for the return of Bleach

Pierrot, the renowned studio known for its work on popular anime series like Naruto, Black Clover, and Tokyo Ghoul, has taken the reins in reviving the Bleach anime. With their expertise, Pierrot adopts a more mature approach to the series’ comeback, fearlessly portraying the grim realities of the storyline, including the inevitable death and destruction that unfolds. Fans can expect a captivating and realistic portrayal as the studio breathes new life into the beloved Bleach universe.

Exciting news awaits Bleach fans as Tite Kubo, the creator of the series, reveals that the upcoming second part of the Thousand-Year Blood War arc will feature an exclusive fight sequence not found in the original manga. The anime production team approached Kubo with the request, and he enthusiastically contributed five or six intricately illustrated pages, capturing the characters’ movements, transitions, and actions. This thrilling addition promises a fresh and exhilarating twist to the already captivating Bleach storyline, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the arrival of this epic battle.

The key visual for the upcoming season unveils Ichigo wielding his new zanpakuto, featuring two blades, providing a tantalizing glimpse of what lies ahead. The anticipation surrounding the return of Bleach is palpable, as fans eagerly await the unfolding of the Thousand-Year Blood War arc’s second part. With its highly anticipated comeback, the anime is poised to become one of the standout highlights of the summer of 2023, captivating audiences with its enthralling storyline.

The Separation will start from Chapter 543 of the original Bleach manga

Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War – The Separation, will continue to bring to life the epic final arc of Tite Kubo’s manga. Originally serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump starting in 2001, the Bleach manga concluded in August 2016 after an impressive run of 74 volumes. The Thousand-Year Blood War arc, spanning 19 volumes in total, remains a highly anticipated storyline. The first part of the anime adaptation only managed to cover around 5 volumes of this captivating arc, leaving fans eagerly awaiting the continuation of the story in the second part.

The first part of the Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War anime concluded with its thirteenth episode, titled “The Blade Is Me.” This episode effectively covered chapters 538 to 542, incorporating both of them in its adaptation.

Anticipation fills the air as fans eagerly await the second cour of the Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War anime. The first cour concludes with Ichigo achieving his Bankai, while Ishida finds himself entangled with the Quincies. Manga enthusiasts already familiar with the storyline eagerly anticipate the upcoming episodes, knowing what lies in store for the characters.

Opening Theme and New Additions to the Cast

Along with the new trailer, Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War, Part 2 – The Separation also revealed its opening theme song and its artist. The opening theme song will be STARS by the three-member rock band w.o.d. The same song was also used in the trailer.

In the realm of new cast members, Aoi Yūki will lend her voice to Sternritter ‘G’ Liltotto Lamperd, known for her previous roles as Tanya Degurechaff in Youjo Senki and Mami Nanami in Rent a Girlfriend. Tsuyoshi Koyama will be the voice behind Sternritter ‘M’ Gerard Valkyrie, recognized for his performances as Youhei in Grimoire of Zero and Sports Maxx in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventures.

Sōichiro Hoshi will take on the role of Sternritter ‘W’ Nianzol Weizol, celebrated for his portrayal of Momose Sunohara in IDOLISH7 and Yukio Kasamatsu in Kuroko no Basket. Lastly, Nao Tōyama will voice Sternritter ‘Z’ Giselle Gewelle, known for her previous works as Natsu Iwashimizu in 7SEEDS and Sibylla in Spy Classroom.

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