Fans of Bleach can expect to see the second season during the summer anime season in 2023.
After the last episode of the first season of Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War aired, Viz Media tweeted about when the second part would be out.
Part 2 of Bleach’s Thousand Year Blood War is called “The Separation,” and it will happen in July 2023. A promotional movie and poster were also shown along with the news.
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During Jump Festa 2022, a preview was also shown that showed when Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War would come out.
The teaser did a great job of showing us Ichigo, Sado, Ishida, and Orihime. It also gave us a quick look at Yhwach, who is known as the “Father of the Quincy.” The teaser also showed the new styles for the characters in the next season. At the end, we saw Ichigo’s new move, which had fans on the edge of their seats.
During the VIZ Media panel at Anime Expo, another clip for the show was shown.
The trailer mostly showed Asguiaro Ebern, Quilde Opie, Bazz-B, Bambietta Basterbine, and Jugram Haschwalth, who are all Stern Ritter characters.
Gotei 13, made up of both new and old leaders, was also brought in. This made the battlefield fair for both the Soul Society and Quincy.
“Father of the Quincy” Yhwach woke up after sleeping for 900 years and gave the Soul Society a nine-day countdown. At the end of the trailer, a voice tells Ichigo that he needs to guard the Soul Society.
The first episode of the Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War anime was shown in October 2022, as part of the fall anime season.
Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War is the last part of the manga series Bleach. The adaptation is also being made by the animation company Pierrot.
Studio Pierrot also made the 16 seasons of Bleach that were shown on TV Tokyo from October 2004 to March 2012.
The long-awaited “Thousand Year Blood Battle” will start season 17 of Bleach. It comes from the last part of the book, which starts with Chapter 480 and goes through Volumes 55–74.
When Hollow Ichigo suddenly leaves, chaos happens. The Wanderich’s secret group will finally attack the Soul Society, causing the Shinigami and Quincy to go to war with each other.
The Wandenreich, whose name means “The Invisible Empire,” is a group of Quincy that no one knows about. The Quincy lost the war with the Shinigami a thousand years ago. After that, they ran away and made a place to hide.
They have been waiting and slowly building up their forces to win the fight they already lost.
Hollow Ichigo went missing because of the very hard training he has to go through. So he can fight Wandenreich and save the Soul Society.
|Director||Tomohisa Taguchi||Akudama Drive|
|Series Composition||Masaki Hiramatsu||GARO: Versus Road|
|Character Design||Masashi Kudo||Tower of God|
|Animation Production||Studio Pierrot||Tokyo Ghoul|
Bleach Season 17 Episode Count
The number of episodes in each part of the Bleach series has never been the same. So, season 11 has only seven shows, which is the fewest of any season. The most shows are in season 14, which has 51.
So, the number of episodes in the next season could fall anywhere between these two numbers. If season 17 of Bleach uses the entire story arc, which has 218 chapters, it might have at least 50 episodes.
About the Anime
Bleach is a shonen manga series by Tite Kubo that has won many awards. The story ran in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump from August 2001 to August 2016.
The English translation of the series was handled by Viz Media. Bleach has become well-known all over the world, and it is now one of the most popular comics of all time.
It also started a media franchise with four movies, computer games, musicals, a live-action adaptation of the movie, and other products.
In Bleach, the main character is Ichigo Kurosaki. He becomes a Soul Reaper after a girl named Rukia Kuchiki gives him her powers.
Ichigo must now help fight Hollows and do other Soul Reaper tasks while also taking care of his high school chores.
Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War Part 1 shows how the Wandenreich declares war on the Soul Society, which is where Ichigo’s end battle starts.