The anime version of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War will be launched in October 2022, according to the official trailer. The return of everybody’s favorite soul reaper, fans feared they’d never see a suitable conclusion to one of their favorite animated series, the developers stunned them by revealing Bleach Season 17, which would adapt Tite Kubo’s manga book Thousand-Year Blood Arc.
Bleach, which premiered on tv on October 5, 2004, owing to Studio Pierrot, aired 16 seasons of the shonen series, totaling 366 episodes Fans have been requesting more series to adapt the rest of Tite Kubo’s comic series since the last episode aired on March 27, 2012.
Bleach new series to adapt the final arc of comic series
The new season of the animated series will adapt the final arc of the Bleach comic series, as previously stated. The Thousand-Year Blood War Arc spans more than 200 chapters and extends from Chapter 480 to the end of the comic series, which has a total of 698 chapters, implying that Bleach Season 17 will contain 218 chapters, according to the Epic Stream.
Kurosaki Ichigo, a 15-year-old high schooler, is the series’ protagonist. Bleach manga, video games, films, anime, and other media document his exploits. After becoming a soul reaper as a consequence of an unexpected event, Ichigo now kills evil spirits in order to protect the people.
Ichigo Kurosaki, the protagonist of the Bleach series, has lost his Soul Reaper in the new season 17 debut. The conflict between Ichigo Kurosaki and his Soul Reaper Comrades and Yhwach and his vile Quincy army is recorded in the film, which is a sequel to the anime series Bleach (2004).
The quality and subject of Bleach season 16 are reflected in the ratings. On IMDb, the film has a 9.0 out of 10 rating. Fortunately, Tite Kubo, the manga’s creator, announced future plans at the manga’s 20th-anniversary celebrations last year. He teased a few Bleach projects as well as an appropriate conclusion season. Since then, supporters have reacted in a variety of ways, according to Bit News.