The time has almost come! After a decade of absence from the screen, fans will reunite with Ichigo Kurosaki in just a few hours. After all, Bleach: The Thousand Year Blood War is slated for October 10, and the series will adapt the final act of Tite Kubo’s hit manga. And thanks to a new report, we learned how many episodes the series will have.
According to the series’ official website, Bleach: The Thousand Year Bloody War will have a total of 52 episodes. They will be spread over four divided courses. If we do the math, each court should therefore have 13 episodes.
Obviously, this order is solid, and it will give the Studio Pierrot team time to explore Kubo’s story. After all, it’s no secret that the Thousand Year Blood War arc is complex. The story started after the original Bleach anime ended, and Kubo has already said that he’s no longer tied to things that the animators can deal with quite easily. That’s why the final act of the manga features some truly epic fights, which we’ll soon be able to see on screen.
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