Netflix Indian has started streaming Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War, the television anime based on the “Thousand Year Blood War” arc of Tite Kubo’s Bleach manga. The streaming platform currently has 5 episodes of the anime series.
The famous YouTube channel Ani-One Asia’s has also started streaming the anime for Ultra subscribers on October 10th. It is streaming an episode each Monday at 10:00 p.m. IST. The channel began streaming the original Bleach anime on September 16. bilibili began streaming the original Bleach anime for free on August 13.
Ichigo Kurosaki and his friends became Shinigami substitutes to protect his family from being attacked by the evil spirit Hollow. In the early Shinigami Acting Arc, there was also an element of Everyday Magic, such as Ichigo working as a partner with Rukia Kuchiki, the Shinigami who gave himself the power of the Shinigami, while being caught up in the turmoil of the void. After the turmoil in the soul society (Soul Society), which is the world after death, the story mainly focuses on fighting against hostile organizations.PLot
The Thousand Year Blood War arc is the final arc of the manga and covers volumes 55-74. The anime will cover the rest of the original manga until its end.
Tomohisa Taguchi is replacing Noriyuki Abe to direct the anime at Studio Pierrot . Masashi Kudo has returned as character designer, and Shiro Sagisu returns to compose the music.
Kubo launched Bleach in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2001 and ended it in August 2016. Viz Media published the manga digitally in English while Shueisha published new chapters in Japan. Viz 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. Viz Media obtained the television and home video rights to the anime in 2006. Ani-One began streaming the series as daily YouTube uploads on September 16. bilibili is streaming 109 episodes of the anime in India.
The anime franchise also includes four movies and two OVAs. Additionally, the franchise has also inspired video games, novels, stage plays, and a live-action movie that was released in July 2018.