From a new interview about the brand Bleach: Thousand Years of Blood War many curiosities and facets emerge that manage to make the love and passion that accompany the works palpable from afar.

On the other hand, the success of the series is concrete proof of this: fans love Yamamoto's sequel. Such is the writers' commitment to the new season of Bleach that to celebrate its debut, they went to a Japanese temple to honor it. Although it's 10 since last season, kubo and lo Studio Pierrot staff they made it big.

The screenwriter of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War, e.g Hiramatsu Masaki, who works closely with director Taguchi and supervisor Kubo, exudes emotion from his words. To the question "Please explain how you felt when it was decided that after 10 years you would be part of the Bleach adaptation," Hiramatsu replies, "I was asked by Taguchi via email." Adds: "I immediately agreed, 10 years after my last work in the anime world, it's an honor for me to work with Bleach"The young man accepted the role with great enthusiasm and drive."I just wanted to be me' he concludes.

The first four episodes of Bleach: Thousand Years of Blood War are written by Taguchi, while those from the fifth onwards are written by Hiramatsu. For more information, don't miss the new interview with Tite Kubo.

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