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    Bleach’s final arc will add more to Manga’s content, confirms Tite Kubo

    If someone asks me what anime I am most hyped for in 2022, I will promptly say Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War arc. Back in the day, Bleach was one of the most popular shows. However, due to some reasons, the anime got canceled and the manga was rushed a lot which disappointed many fans. Last year, we got the news of Bleach anime coming back and recently we have received yet another exciting news that is that the upcoming Bleach’s final arc anime will not just simply cover what was originally in the manga but will expand on the events and plot.

    If you have read Bleach manga, you would know how good of news this is. As aforementioned, Bleach’s ending was quite a lot rushed skipping some crucial fight sequences, some characters’ involvement, and more. Now, that Tite Kubo himself has confirmed in a Q&A session, that anime will feature more content than manga. He confirmed the addition of revealing the attackers of Rukia in the 1st Quincy invasion. We hope that a lot more gets animated too as such Harribel involvement, Nell‘s fight, more screentime for Ginjo and his mates, and more.

    Furthermore, the author has also hinted at a “possible” anime adaption of a spin-off novel, Bleach: WE DO knot ALWAYS LOVE YOU that focused on the rebuilding of Soul Society after the final arc and the relationship between Renji and Rukia. Needless to say, we would love to see the romantic moments between our two favorite Soul Reapers.

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    That’s all regarding Bleach final arc adaptation. We are die-hard fans of Bleach, so expect more Bleach content from us and keep following Retrology. Also, don’t forget to check out our News, Animation, and Manga sections to stay updated with the anime and manga news.

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    Talha Saqib
    Talha Saqib
    Talha is founder of Retrology and has been actively following the gaming and media industry for the past 6 years. He is a full-time software engineer. His day-to-day tasks include writing, editing, strategizing content, managing his team, and handling the complete back-end. Talha has been playing video games and writing gaming guides for years. He is currently playing Bloodborne and Resident Evil Revelations.
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