It took ten years for Millenary War to be adapted into the Bleach anime, but after just a few weeks it's already time to say goodbye to Kurosaki Ichigo and his companions. The end of the first part Bleach: Thousand Years of Blood War is very close and will be longer and more spectacular than ever.

The production of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War envisages a split-cour formula that will collect the52 episodes of the Millenary War story arc. The first part of the anime series is nearing its conclusion as in these hours the tenth episode has aired in Japan. At the end of Cour 1, three more episodes should be missing.

However, the official twitter of the Bleach anime stated that at the end of the introductory course, there aren't three episodes missing, just two. L'The latest episode of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 1 includes episodes 12 and 13 in a single, hour-long maxi special. So despite the classic 20-25 minute standard, this special is going to be longer and more explosive than ever. The final episode is scheduled to air December 26thon Boxing Day, while those of Episode 11 are for Day 19.

The second part of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War could be different than the first, according to the suggestions of the staff of Pierrot Studio. However, there is still no way to legally watch the anime series in streaming in Europe. Disney+who is supposed to take care of the streaming, will the deadlock be able to break before the end of part 1?

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