If you are someone who loves Bleach, then the month of October is going to be the best month for sure. Finally, one of the most awaited shonen series is returning after a long time, and fans are excited to enjoy it in full swing. In fact, some fans started rewatching the major arcs just to get ready for the series. However, there is always a concern among fans regarding the animation studio and animations of the series.
We have seen in the past that most of the long-running shonen series present quite an unstable animation quality, which happened with almost all the shonen. However, this time it seems that Bleach is all set to give the top-notch animations for sure. Even the trailer seems promising this time, and this made fans even more excited.
However, to end the confusion among fans regarding the animation studio, we are putting every single thing you need to know in this article itself. After reading this, you no longer need to search for the information on the Internet, so make sure to read the article till the end.
Bleach is a Japanese manga-based anime that features Ichigo, the schoolboy whose life changed completely after meeting with the shinigami Rukia. Rukia explained to her the concept of hollows and soul society briefly. Ichigo decided to become a soul reaper, just like Rukia, and decided to save people from Hollows. However, things won’t go this smoothly, and after some time, he faces Byakuya, Rukia’s brother, and faced a terrible defeat. To save Rukia from execution, he heads towards the soul society, and this marks the beginning of the very first major arc of the series.
Things You Need To Know About Bleach TYBW:
Bleach TYBW will be adapted into multiple seasons, and the exact number of episodes isn’t decided yet. The first episode will air on 10 October 2022. The story will continue where it ended in the previous series and features a major threat called Yhwach, the father of all Quincies or the Quincy king. He is also referred to as “The Almighty” as he is incredibly powerful. This time, Ichigo and his friends should fight with full caution as the enemy is far stronger than their expectations. On the other hand, we might get to see the Bankai of Aizen, and this made fans even more excited. Lots of things are coming very soon, and we will let you know each and everything related to Bleach. Make sure to follow us for future reference.
Which Studio Is Animating Bleach TYBW?
Fans are worried about the animation quality of the series, and they are very uncertain about the animation studio in charge of the animations. Bleach TYBW is going to be adapted by Studio Pierrot, the same studio as Naruto, Naruto Shippuden, Justy, Black Clover, etc. Even though the studio did a great job in animating the overall story, but there are times when it feels that some of the frames are going off-bit, and this happened almost all the long-running shonen animes. However, Studio Pierrot has made it clear that they won’t let any frame go unstable this time. They showcased this in their released trailers, and this time, we can say that Pierrot is all set to adapt the most awaited series in the best possible way.
Anime Similar To Bleach:
Bleach is a typical shonen anime that features crazy action and epic fights, and if you love these kinds of shows, then we have a couple of recommendations for you. We are hopeful that you will love all of these shows. These include One Piece, Naruto, Naruto Shippuden, Dragon Ball Z, etc. These series are world famous, and I personally loved all of these. These series are not alike Bleach completely, but you will feel the best shonen vibe from these series.
How To Watch Bleach TYBW?
Even though the streaming platforms are not yet confirmed for the international audience, but it is expected that the series will air on Crunchyroll. As Bleach is also present on the platform, it makes quite obvious to presume. Crunchyroll is a great platform to enjoy all the stuff related to anime, including manga. The subscriptions are quite affordable and give you multiple benefits. You can also purchase anime stuff from Crunchyroll’s dedicated anime store.
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