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Release Date for Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War and Voice Cast Announced

The release date and team behind the new Bleach anime, Thousand-Year Blood War, have been made public in a new teaser.

You must undoubtedly add Bleach while discussing the best and most recognizable anime of all time.

The renowned franchise, nevertheless, has been noticeably absent from our televisions for a while now. Season 16 of the series concluded in Japan in March 2012.

A new teaser trailer for the upcoming second Bleach anime confirms its release date and provides a brief synopsis of Thousand-Year Blood War.

A New Part of The Bleach Animation Legacy

The anime version of Bleach’s Thousand-Year Blood War manga arc is scheduled to debut in March 2020.

Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War Release Slate and Voice Cast Confirmed

In November 2021, Crunchyroll revealed that the popular franchise would attend Jump Festa 2022 in Japan, fueling rumors that Bleach may return during the Thousand Year Blood War.

On Saturday, December 1st during the Jump Festa 2022 events, the first trailer for the new anime arc was revealed.

Ichigo Kurosaki, who became an Acting Shinigami after gaining the ability to be a Shinigami through a chance encounter, is the main character of The Thousand-Year Blood War. He is embroiled in the turmoil of the Soul Society, a place where the souls of people who have died in this world gather, and he has grown up with his friends through bloody battles.

In Karakura-Cho, where Ichigo resides, a fresh Shinigami and a fresh adversary emerge. And help is being requested by voices. Ichigo grabs his zanpakuto once more and heads toward the battleground. In the meantime, the inhabitants of Ryutonmachi, where the souls who have been carried here reside, vanish, and it is seen in the Corpse Realm that hollows in this realm are disappearing abruptly and continuously.

Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War Release Slate and Voice Cast Confirmed

Juhabach, the man who founded the Quincy, is the hidden Reich. The Shinigami are vanquished by the Unseen Empire five days later. Finally exposed are their hidden secrets and karma. The final conflict of Ichigo Kurosaki begins.

Read More: Scissor Seven Season 4 Will The Anime Return? All The Latest Details!

A DATE HAS BEEN CONFIRMED FOR BLEACH: THOUSAND YEAR BLOOD WAR’S RELEASE.

According to the PV teaser posted by AnimeJapan, the Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War anime adaptation will air in October 2022 as part of the next Fall broadcast schedule.

Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War Release Slate and Voice Cast Confirmed

Although the actual release date has sadly not been disclosed, fans may expect the anime to debut within the first two weeks of October 2022. Even if the first two episodes will be made available for advanced viewing in September, more details should be revealed.

The new anime arc’s episode count has also not been made public; prior seasons ran from 16 to 51 episodes, with the exception of season 11, which had just seven.

Anime News Network creator Tite Kubo also shared a personal observation during a recent Livestream at AnimeExpo, saying that fans can anticipate modern colors and a novel watching experience with the new anime.

Kubo claimed to be deeply involved in every facet of the animation. If it’s possible, he wants to repurpose some manga scenes for the anime.

With all 15 seasons of Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War already available on the platform, Crunchyroll is anticipated to be the show’s global streaming partner.

Read More: Queens of Mystery Season 3 Release Date: Renewed or Cancelled? Check Here! 

Who Are the Voice Cast and Production Team?

The Thousand-Year Blood War anime arc for Bleach will be directed by the seasoned anime director Tomohisa Taguchi, who has previously worked on the Persona 5 and Kinos Journey series.

The main animators are Michio Hasegawa, Sey Komatsubara, and Kimiko Takayanagi, with Masashi Kudo and Shiro Sagisu leading the musical composition.

Studio Pierrot will provide the animated series’ prior seasons of Bleach (Black Clover, Boruto: Naruto Net Generations, Tokyo Ghoul, and Kingdom).

The full voice cast list was also revealed via the official Bleach anime website:

    • Ichigo Kurosaki – Masakazu Morita
    • Rukia Kuchiki – Fumiko Orikasa
    • Uryu Ishida -Noriaki Sugiyama
    • Orihime Inoue -Yuki Matsuoka
    • Yasutora Sado -Hiroki Yasumoto
    • Renji Abarai -Kentaro Ito
    • Kisuke Urahara -Shinichiro Miki
    • Yoruichi Shihouin -Satsuki Yukino
    • Genryusai Yamamoto Shigekuni -Binbin Takaoka
    • Soifon -Noriko Kuwashima
    • Rojuro Hobashi -Shoto Kashii
    • Retsu Unohana -Aya Hisakawa
    • Shinji Hirako -Masaya Onosaka
    • Byakuya Kuchiki -Ryotaro Okiayu
    • Komamura left team -Toru Inada
    • Shunsui Kyoraku -Akio Otsuka
    • Kensei Muguruma -Tomokazu Sugita
    • Toushirou Hitsugaya -Romi Park
    • Kenpachi Zaraki -Fumihiko Tachiki
    • Mayuri Kurotsuchi -Ryusei Nakao
    • Ukitake Jushiro -Hideo Ishikawa
    • Ichibei Hyousou -Naomi Kusumi
    • Futatsuya Oetsu -Ueda Yoji
    • Kirinji Tenjiro -Tomoyuki Shimura
    • Shutara Sentemaru -Rina Sato
    • Kiryu Hikifune -Ayumi Tsunematsu
    • Euhabach -Takayuki Sugou
    • Eugram Hashwald -Yuichiro Umehara
    • Askin Knucklevar -Shunsuke Takeuchi
    • Bambietta Buster Vine -Ayana Taketatsu
    • Busby -Tomoki Ono
    • Candice Catnip -Yumi Uchiyama
    • Gremy Tomu -Natsuki Hanae
    • Lille Barro -Satoshi Hino
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Release Date for Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War and Voice Cast Announced

The release date and team behind the new Bleach anime, Thousand-Year Blood War, have been made public in a new teaser.

You must undoubtedly add Bleach while discussing the best and most recognizable anime of all time.

The renowned franchise, nevertheless, has been noticeably absent from our televisions for a while now. Season 16 of the series concluded in Japan in March 2012.

A new teaser trailer for the upcoming second Bleach anime confirms its release date and provides a brief synopsis of Thousand-Year Blood War.

A New Part of The Bleach Animation Legacy

The anime version of Bleach’s Thousand-Year Blood War manga arc is scheduled to debut in March 2020.

Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War Release Slate and Voice Cast Confirmed

In November 2021, Crunchyroll revealed that the popular franchise would attend Jump Festa 2022 in Japan, fueling rumors that Bleach may return during the Thousand Year Blood War.

On Saturday, December 1st during the Jump Festa 2022 events, the first trailer for the new anime arc was revealed.

Ichigo Kurosaki, who became an Acting Shinigami after gaining the ability to be a Shinigami through a chance encounter, is the main character of The Thousand-Year Blood War. He is embroiled in the turmoil of the Soul Society, a place where the souls of people who have died in this world gather, and he has grown up with his friends through bloody battles.

In Karakura-Cho, where Ichigo resides, a fresh Shinigami and a fresh adversary emerge. And help is being requested by voices. Ichigo grabs his zanpakuto once more and heads toward the battleground. In the meantime, the inhabitants of Ryutonmachi, where the souls who have been carried here reside, vanish, and it is seen in the Corpse Realm that hollows in this realm are disappearing abruptly and continuously.

Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War Release Slate and Voice Cast Confirmed

Juhabach, the man who founded the Quincy, is the hidden Reich. The Shinigami are vanquished by the Unseen Empire five days later. Finally exposed are their hidden secrets and karma. The final conflict of Ichigo Kurosaki begins.

Read More: Scissor Seven Season 4 Will The Anime Return? All The Latest Details!

A DATE HAS BEEN CONFIRMED FOR BLEACH: THOUSAND YEAR BLOOD WAR’S RELEASE.

According to the PV teaser posted by AnimeJapan, the Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War anime adaptation will air in October 2022 as part of the next Fall broadcast schedule.

Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War Release Slate and Voice Cast Confirmed

Although the actual release date has sadly not been disclosed, fans may expect the anime to debut within the first two weeks of October 2022. Even if the first two episodes will be made available for advanced viewing in September, more details should be revealed.

The new anime arc’s episode count has also not been made public; prior seasons ran from 16 to 51 episodes, with the exception of season 11, which had just seven.

Anime News Network creator Tite Kubo also shared a personal observation during a recent Livestream at AnimeExpo, saying that fans can anticipate modern colors and a novel watching experience with the new anime.

Kubo claimed to be deeply involved in every facet of the animation. If it’s possible, he wants to repurpose some manga scenes for the anime.

With all 15 seasons of Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War already available on the platform, Crunchyroll is anticipated to be the show’s global streaming partner.

Read More: Queens of Mystery Season 3 Release Date: Renewed or Cancelled? Check Here! 

Who Are the Voice Cast and Production Team?

The Thousand-Year Blood War anime arc for Bleach will be directed by the seasoned anime director Tomohisa Taguchi, who has previously worked on the Persona 5 and Kinos Journey series.

The main animators are Michio Hasegawa, Sey Komatsubara, and Kimiko Takayanagi, with Masashi Kudo and Shiro Sagisu leading the musical composition.

Studio Pierrot will provide the animated series’ prior seasons of Bleach (Black Clover, Boruto: Naruto Net Generations, Tokyo Ghoul, and Kingdom).

The full voice cast list was also revealed via the official Bleach anime website:

    • Ichigo Kurosaki – Masakazu Morita
    • Rukia Kuchiki – Fumiko Orikasa
    • Uryu Ishida -Noriaki Sugiyama
    • Orihime Inoue -Yuki Matsuoka
    • Yasutora Sado -Hiroki Yasumoto
    • Renji Abarai -Kentaro Ito
    • Kisuke Urahara -Shinichiro Miki
    • Yoruichi Shihouin -Satsuki Yukino
    • Genryusai Yamamoto Shigekuni -Binbin Takaoka
    • Soifon -Noriko Kuwashima
    • Rojuro Hobashi -Shoto Kashii
    • Retsu Unohana -Aya Hisakawa
    • Shinji Hirako -Masaya Onosaka
    • Byakuya Kuchiki -Ryotaro Okiayu
    • Komamura left team -Toru Inada
    • Shunsui Kyoraku -Akio Otsuka
    • Kensei Muguruma -Tomokazu Sugita
    • Toushirou Hitsugaya -Romi Park
    • Kenpachi Zaraki -Fumihiko Tachiki
    • Mayuri Kurotsuchi -Ryusei Nakao
    • Ukitake Jushiro -Hideo Ishikawa
    • Ichibei Hyousou -Naomi Kusumi
    • Futatsuya Oetsu -Ueda Yoji
    • Kirinji Tenjiro -Tomoyuki Shimura
    • Shutara Sentemaru -Rina Sato
    • Kiryu Hikifune -Ayumi Tsunematsu
    • Euhabach -Takayuki Sugou
    • Eugram Hashwald -Yuichiro Umehara
    • Askin Knucklevar -Shunsuke Takeuchi
    • Bambietta Buster Vine -Ayana Taketatsu
    • Busby -Tomoki Ono
    • Candice Catnip -Yumi Uchiyama
    • Gremy Tomu -Natsuki Hanae
    • Lille Barro -Satoshi Hino
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