We're only halfway through the first part Bleach: Thousand Years of Blood War, the television adaptation of the manga's latest story arc, which will be with us for some time to come. Studio Pierrot started working on the project a few years ago and now seems to be focusing on the next cour.

The clash between Yhwach and Yamamoto underscored the technical prowess of a production that devotes a lot of space and attention to the technical front, which is why the staff decided to distribute the Bleach sequel through the split-cour formula. For those who don't already know, the new series actually consists of a 52 episodes in total, divided into 4 parts each separated by a low season.

This is a well-known industry phenomenon that allows animators and the team to work with a little extra time. At least within the fan club of Tite Kubothe sensei would have revealed that he did it already started work on the second part of the episodesWords that found confirmation among the animators themselves, who would even have begun to devote themselves to the next cour.

Good news for viewers that could translate into a new set of episodes in the same qualitative episode as Part 1. And you, on the other hand, what are your expectations for this sequel? Let us know with a comment below.

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