Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 3 Promo Teases 2024 Debut

Viz Media has just unveiled an exciting promotional video, a fresh key visual, and the official release date of 2024 for “Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 3 – The Conflict.” The newly revealed key visual showcases Ishida donning his Quincy attire.

In the United States, the anime’s second quarter made its debut on Hulu, while in Latin America, it graced the screens of Star+. For select international audiences, the anime found its home on Disney+ on July 8.

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The anime’s inaugural quarter concluded in December with a one-hour special, brilliantly merging the 12th and 13th episodes. This remarkable series is set to span four quarters, offering brief intermissions between each.

Originally premiering in Japan in October 2022 on TV Tokyo and its affiliated networks, the show can now be enjoyed through 20+ streaming platforms across the country, including Hulu and Disney+.

Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War

Viz Media introduced the anime to U.S. audiences via Hulu later the same month, with the English dub premiering on November 4. For international viewers, Disney+ is the go-to platform, while Ani-One Asia is bringing the series to numerous Asian countries.

This gripping anime faithfully adapts the entirety of the original manga, concluding with the epic Thousand-Year Blood War arc, spanning volumes 55 to 74.

Bleach, created by Tite Kubo, made its debut in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2001, ultimately concluding its run in August 2016. Viz Media digitally published the manga in English for North American readers while Shueisha continued to release new chapters in Japan. Additionally, Viz Media offered printed versions of the manga, with a staggering 130 million copies in circulation.

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The expansive anime franchise boasts four films and two OVAs, extending its influence to video games, novels, stage plays, and even a live-action film that premiered in July 2018.


Source | Viz Media’s YouTube account

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