The new Bleach anime is approaching, and everyone is watching the Soul Society to see how they’re preparing. After all, the series hasn’t released any new material for years, and the anime is no exception.
Fans are excited to see all the scenes they missed since Tite Kubo’s manga ended before the TV series. Additionally, new art for Bleach featuring Ichigo and Rukia has just gone live to begin its marketing campaign.
Bleach’s new Ichigo and Rukia art
As you can see in the visual below, the official Bleach page tweeted about the initiative. Fans received new artwork of Ichigo and Rukia in their new outfits there. The Soul Reaper, with the orange hair, looms over his friend as usual.
The official statement from the post said:
“Commercialization planning is in progress for Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War. Ichigo and Rukia artwork has been released early. Official product information will be shared one by one on this official Twitter, so please check them out,”Bleach anime twitter
As you can see above, Rukia maintains her elegant appearance as her black-and-white robes conceal her little physique. Fans will see the recognizable badge identifying Rukia as a Vice Captain in the Gotei 13 on her bicep.
Ichigo, with his amazing blade, Ichigo can be seen standing at her side. Thanks to the clean artwork, the hero appears sharp, which makes fans even more excited about Bleach.
Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War trailer and more
At Anime Expo 2022 in Los Angeles, the Bleach anime unveiled a fresh look at the eagerly awaited continuation of the legendary shonen anime series.
The trailer focuses on Yhwach, the Quincy King. He was imprisoned for more than 900 years and plays a significant role in the events of the Thousand-Year Blood War narrative, in addition to featuring all of the returning characters.
Several important actors from the original English voice cast, including Michelle Ruff as Rukia and Johnny Young Bosch as the series’ central figure Ichigo Kurosaki, will return to voice the upcoming season, according to the panel. The trailer’s epilogue confirms the new season’s October 2022 launch date.
For those who are unaware, Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War will finally adopt the final act of the manga when it premieres in October.
Fans should watch the show this fall as it transitions to animation! Due to Kubo’s delivery of several dramatic battles, the arc is regarded as one of the most intense in Bleach.
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