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Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Reveals Ending Song and Artist

bleach: thousand-year blood war

The second part of the Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War anime is debuting on July 8, and it was just revealed that Yoh Kamiyama will be performing the ending theme song, “Endroll.”

The news is very exciting to Kamiyama himself, who says that he has been into the Bleach franchise since he was quite young. He called this a dream come true. If he could, he would like to tell his younger self about being involved with Bleach someday.

The new Bleach episodes will debut in America on Hulu.

VIZ Media, which publishes the Bleach manga, gave this description for Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War:

“Was it all just a coincidence, or was it inevitable?

Ichigo Kurosaki gained the powers of a Soul Reaper through a chance encounter. As a Substitute Soul Reaper, Ichigo became caught in the turmoil of the Soul Society, a place where deceased souls gather. But with help from his friends, Ichigo overcame every challenge to become even stronger.

When new Soul Reapers and a new enemy appear in his hometown of Karakura, Ichigo jumps back into the battlefield with his Zanpakuto to help those in need. Meanwhile, the Soul Society is observing a sudden surge in the number of Hollows being destroyed in the World of the Living. They also receive separate reports of residents in the Rukon District having gone missing. Finally, the Seireitei, home of the Soul Reapers, comes under attack by a group calling themselves the Wandenreich.

Led by Yhwach, the father of all Quincies, the Wandenreich declare war against the Soul Reapers with the following message: “Five days from now, the Soul Society will be annihilated by the Wandenreich.”

The history and truth kept hidden by the Soul Reapers for a thousand long years is finally brought to light.

All things must come to an end—as Ichigo Kurosaki’s final battle begins!”

Source: ANN


Danica Davidson is the author of the bestselling Manga Art for Beginners with artist Melanie Westin, plus its sequel, Manga Art for Everyone, and the first-of-its-kind manga chalk book Chalk Art Manga, both illustrated by professional Japanese mangaka Rena Saiya. Check out her other comics and books at www.danicadavidson.com.