In today’s article, we will be discussing Bleach One Shot Chapter for 20th Anniversary Read, Watch, Story! 74 volumes of Bleach have been collected in Shueisha’s sh*nen (teenage males) manga magazine Weekly Sh*nen Jump from August 2001. From 2004 to 2012, Tokyo-based Studio Pierrot produced an anime series adaptation, as well as two original video animations (OVAs), four animated feature films, ten stage musicals, as well as many Bleach-related merchandise items. 2018 saw the release of Warner Bros.’s live-action film adaptation based on the Japanese comic.
Several volumes of Bleach have been released by Viz Media annually since 2004, and Bleach chapters have appeared in Shonen Jump since November 2007. The Bleach anime was licensed for foreign broadcast and home video distribution in 2006 by Viz Media. Bleach was the first broadcast by Adult Swim in the United States in the fall of 2011, and Hulu later began streaming subtitled versions of the anime a week after each episode aired in Japan. Several Bleach feature films have also been released by Viz Media in English. Keep Reading to know more about Bleach One Shot Chapter for 20th Anniversary Read, Watch, Story!
Bleach is a Japanese manga series written by Tite Kubo and illustrated by him. A hotheaded teenager named Ichigo Kurosaki comes into possession of the Soul Reaper’s powers after he receives them from another Soul Reaper, Rukia Kuchiki, who is like the Grim Reaper in personification. In addition to guiding departed souls to the afterlife, he is also charged with defending humans from evil spirits. These duties set him on journeys to various ghostly realms of existence.
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Bleach One Shot Chapter for 20th Anniversary
A 20th-anniversary special Bleach chapter has been confirmed by Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump. This year’s 35th Weekly Sh*nen Jump issue will include a one-shot for Tite Kubo’s beloved series. It will be 74 pages long. Manga magazine revealed the story will revolve around a “certain ceremony” in the next episode. “Ichigo was invited to Soul Society for a certain ceremony, but!?” it teased.” In the August 10th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump #36/37, the upcoming special chapter will appear.
Where to Read Bleach One Shot Chapter and story details
It was released on August 9 on the official website of Viz media. Following the time jump seen in the final chapter of the main Bleach manga series, this chapter focuses on an older Ichigo, Orihime, and their child, Kazui. First published in August 2016, this is the first chapter of Bleach manga to be published since 2016 as part of the anniversary commemorating Kubo’s shonen epic’s original publication date of Aug. 7, 2001. This manga is a one-shot, but the plot does set up Ichigo and his fellow Soul Reapers for a new adventure.
More About the Manga
The Soul Reapers (Shinigami) in Bleach were based on a pattern Tite Kubo drew of Shinigami in kimonos, which provided the inspiration for their design in the series. The original series title was “Snipe” as Kubo wanted the Soul Reapers to use guns, but this was changed when swords were added. A colour-related title, “Black,” was originally selected, but Kubo thought it was too generic due to the Soul Reapers’ clothing. “Bleach” appealed to him more because it is associated with the colour white and wasn’t overly obvious.
After Zombiepowder was cancelled, Kubo’s original story concept was submitted to Weekly Sh*nen Jump but was initially rejected. In response to Kubo’s story, manga artist Akira Toriyama wrote him an encouraging letter. Shortly thereafter in 2001, Bleach was accepted for publication as a short series with a maximum serialization period of five years. In early plans for the story, the hierarchy of the Soul Society was not included. But some characters and elements that weren’t introduced until the Arrancar arc, such as Ichigo’s Soul Reaper heritage, were included. That is all about Bleach One Shot Chapter for 20th Anniversary Read, Watch, Story!
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