Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War Season 2 Release Date, New Trailer, Update

A release date for the second season of the venerable shonen anime Bleach Thousand Year Blood War and other treats for fans have been announced. The epic Thousand Year Blood War saga and the ongoing conflict between Soul Reapers and Quincies are continued in the upcoming season, titled The Separation, which premieres on Saturday, July 8. “STARS” by the band w.o.d will serve as the new opening.

The release date for Bleach: The Thousand-Year Blood War?

Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War Season 2 Release Date, New Trailer, Update

On July 8, 2023, Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War will resurface on Hulu in the United States, Star+ in Latin America, and Disney+ in other foreign markets. At 7:30 A.M. PDT, the first episode of Season 2 will be live on streaming services. English, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, and Italian subtitles will be available for the Part 2 simulcast.

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Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War about?

The award-winning manga series Bleach was developed by Tite Kubo. The manga was serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump between August 2001 and August 2016. Bleach has become one of history’s most popular manga series and has attracted fans worldwide. It gave rise to an extensive media franchise that has generated movies, video games, musicals, a live-action movie adaption, and a ton of merchandising.

The main character of Bleach is Ichigo Kurosaki, who acquires supernatural abilities after Rukia Kuchiki imparts her talent to him. Ichigo must now balance his high school obligations with helping battle Hollows and other Soul Reaper duties.

The new Bleach TYBW season 2 trailer doesn’t hold back on the goodies.

The trailer begins right where the first season left off, with Uryu Ishida, a close friend of Ichigo Kurosaki, appearing to swear loyalty to Yhwach. A quick-cut montage follows, featuring returning characters from the first season and some brand-new ones. Both the Quincies and the Soul Reapers have a ton of power-ups, which undoubtedly leads to a gory conclusion.

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The Fifth Squad captain Hirako Shinji’s Bankai utterance, which was only disclosed in the spin-off light novel series Can’t Fear Your World, is the most striking feature of the trailer (apart from Ichigo’s chiselled back). If Shinji’s Bankai is accepted as canon in the anime, other material may appear in later seasons; a light novel adaptation may even be planned.

The complete trailer is available here.


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