The conflict between the Shinigami and Quincy is told in Bleach: Thousand Years of Blood War presented a challenge for the Pierrot studio, mainly because of the large number of characters to be introduced and the totality of those involved in the war. However, the authors found a way to make the series' usability simpler and more linear.

In just four episodes of the anime, many threats have been presented to Ichigo and his allies in Soul Society as well as in the Hueco Mundo, and given their abilities and the Ability to deprive the Shinigami of their Bankai, could soon take over. The enormity of what is happening in the Bleach universe is certainly complex to bring to screen in weekly dates and in episodes of about twenty minutes.

Because of this, the anime writers seem to have made up their minds for a clash structure, with several presented in a way that gives proper space to any Shinigami and Quincy that are already showing off their respective skills. According to this example Battle Royale It's also easier to do justice to what Tite tells Kubo in the manga and a more direct way of depicting the brutality of war. And what do you think of the new Bleach anime? Has it impressed you so far? Tell us in the comments.

Have you seen Captain Byakuya's incredible Bankai in the new episode? Finally, we leave you the preview of the 1x05 episode of Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War.

About the Author

Sweety Otaku

One of the best parts of watching anime is how many times a show can surprise you. Sometimes for good, sometimes for bad. But if the Otaku know one thing, it's that anything is possible.

View All Articles