Ten years after the last episode of bleaching, Studio Pierrot has finally decided to adapt the last saga of the manga series created by Tite Kubo. But after such a long time, have the anime's voice actors managed to get back to voicing the protagonists like they once did?

During an interview with VIZ Media, the Master Tite Kubo and the Japanese voice of Kurosaki Ichigo Masakzu Morita They talked about Bleach: Thousand-Year War and the original novelties that will be performed in Part 2 of the anime.

When asked how they reacted to the announcement of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Kubo and Morita revealed they didn't even realize it had been a whopping 10 years since the end of the first series. In fact, the Japanese voice actor has continued to lend the voice to Ichigo and record new jokes for the mobile video game Bleach: Brave Souls.

The Maestro Kubo had the opportunity to preview the recordings for the anime and he immediately said that he was very satisfied with the voice actors' work, who approached their roles the same as they used to. Instead, the voice actors themselves feared that they would no longer be able to faithfully portray their characters.

At the preview, Sensei Kubo's family became aware of it Differences in the interpretation of Morita between the two parts of the anime. However, the author said he was happy as these differences underscore Ichigo's growth. Morita, on the other hand, revealed that he's glad someone noticed these differences, as he was trying to interpret the protagonist's lines differently. For example, the voice actor tried to increase the baritones and add a variety of sounds Pronunciation of the Getsugatensho. We'll soon be able to hear Morita's voice again in the second part of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War.

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