Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Anime Streams on Hulu in the US, Disney+ International – News

Namely Media announced on Monday that hulu will stream Bleach: Thousand Years’ Blood Warthe TV anime based on .’s “Thousand Year Blood War” arc Tite Kubo‘s Bleach manga, in the US, begins October 10 at 11:30 a.m. EDT. The anime is being streamed Disney+ international.

The anime lasts four years Classes (quarter year) with breaks in between. The show will premiere October 10 at midnight (effective October 11 at midnight) on TV Tokyo and its affiliates, and will stream on more than 20 services in Japan, including hulu and Disney+.

Namely Media will hold its North American premiere at New York Comic Con on October 8. NYCC noted that the premiere event for a “simulcast” from the animated film.

The anime covers the rest of the original manga until the very end.

Tomohisa Taguchic (Twin Star Exorcists, Kino’s Journey – The Beautiful World, Akudama Drive) replaces Noriyuki Abe to direct the anime on Studio Pierrot. Masashi Kudo returns as character designer, and Shiro Sagisu returns to composing the music.

The cast consists of:

Tatsuya Kitaniwho performed theme and image songs for the exhibition “Bleach Ex”, sings the opening theme song “Scar”, while SennaRin sings the final theme song “Saihate” (The Farthest Reaches).

The show’s Japanese recurring cast also includes cast members who did not appear in the anime, but are reprising their roles from the series. Bleach: Brave Souls game.

The show’s English dubcast will feature some returning cast members.

The Thousand Year Blood War arc is the last arc of the manga and spans volumes 55-74.

Kubo launched Bleach in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2001, and ended in August 2016. Namely Media published the manga in North America digitally in English as Shueisha new chapters published in Japan. Namely Media also published the manga in print. The manga has 130 million copies in circulation.

The manga inspired a television anime adaptation that ran for 366 episodes from 2004 to 2012. Namely Media acquired the television and home video rights to the anime in 2006. The series premiered with an English dub in Cartoon Network‘s Swimming for adults that same year, and eventually all episodes aired in 2014. crunchy rolls and Tubes TV no longer stream the original series, but hulu streams the series.

The anime franchise also includes four movies and two OVAs. In addition, the franchise has also been inspired by video games, novels, plays, and a live-action movie that opened in July 2018.

Source: Namely Media‘s Twitter account

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