bleaching is one of the most famous manga of all time. Debuting in 2001's Weekly Shonen Jump marked Tite Kubo's return to the magazine after the unsuccessful Zombie Powder. Let's retrace the story in terms of anime's arrival in the Thousand Year Blood War by doing a Summary of the Substitute Shinigami sagathe first story arc of the series.

Bleach begins with a Chapter 1 titled Death & Strawberry., death and strawberries. Young Ichigo is a high schooler who is able to see ghosts, a unique trait. He spends his days in a shy way, but helps these spirits until one of them arrives at his home, convinced that he is not seen. The ghost is actually a shinigami, a god of death named Rukia Kuchiki. The girl searches for a hollow, a spirit that has turned evil and must be defeated at all costs.

However, Rukia is surprised by the hollow and so he gives his powers over to Ichigo, who transforms into a Shinigami. So, the first chapter of Bleach spawns a new warrior who will go in search of different caves to defeat during this first saga. Throughout this arc, which consists of many self-contained chapters, he will meet future allies such as Sado "Chad" Yasutora, Inoue Orihime, and the Quincy Uryu Ishida. Everything changes when two Shinigami arrive in Karakura.

Byakuya Kuchiki and Renji Abarai are on Rukia's trail and have orders to bring her back to Soul Society. There is little Ichigo can do to stop themwhen he is brutally defeated. Kisuke Urahara, a mysterious dealer of soul-related items, rescues and trains him, bringing him to the brink of death and turning him into a hollow. However, the training is a success and under Yoruichi's command, Ichigo and the other Bleach co-stars prepare for the invasion of Soul Society.

there Bleach's first saga is told in chapters 1 to 70 and episodes 1 to 20 of the anime. Do you know why whitening is called that?

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