Bleach: Thousand Years of Blood War It's the brand's perfect return, according to fans. In fact, as reported in the new interview with Tite Kubo, the anime is being produced with great care and sensitivity to the original spirit of Bleach.

A fair amount of blood has been spilled in the final episodes of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War, paying tribute to the pompous words that make up the title of the final arc. Ichigo is still unable to help other Shinigami and friends. Meanwhile, various characters popular with the public became literal rushed out of the scene.

The violent battle royale tipped decisively in favor of the Quincy army. Kenpachi had given the viewers exciting moments of hope, but even he couldn't resist for long. The scenario is dramatic, to say the least. Eventually, a certain Soul Reaper went into a rage. He could only take it personally, not only because of the brutal murder of his lieutenant, but because it is him the general commander of all divisions, Shigekuni Yamamoto Genryusai.

Despite the time since the latter's introduction to the franchise, i.e. from the very beginning, Yamamoto had never revealed his bankai. In fact, Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Episode 6 has no shortage of major revelations. One of them is the theatrical power of Yamamoto. From the fire to the resurrection to serenity with which he pronounces the long names of the attacks. The tweets of the viewers, mesmerized by the quality of the sixth episode, are wasted. We report on some of them at the end of the news. "I'm blown away by the sheer volume of quality, the animation was incredible and the voice acting was just superb. The unedited scenes greatly enhanced this episode", is the text from one of the above tweets.

If you like, share your impressions with us and don't miss the interesting work on Yamamoto's official animation.

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