Bleach Shares Intense New Art for 20th Anniversary One-Shot

Bleach has shared intense new art for the special one-shot manga released for the 20th Anniversary of the manga series! Tite Kubo celebrated the 20th Anniversary of his manga series first launching with Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in a very surprising way as the creator returned for a brand new one-shot story taking place after the events of the main series. This was only part of the celebration that also includes a brand new anime being planned for a release in the future adapting the final arc of the series properly, and fans had a lot to enjoy this year as a result.

The one-shot special manga is being released digitally in Japan with a few new extra goods for fans nabbing the extra release, and one of those special new additions is a new cover featuring new art of Ichigo Kurosaki. Now hitting digital shelves in Japan, the official Twitter account for Kubo shared the new cover art for Bleach: No Breathes From Hell as fans get a much more intense look into how Ichigo has been faring since we had last seen him and his new family following the end of the original. Check it out below:

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— ????&???? (@tite_official) November 15, 2021

Kubo had initially surprised fans with the announcement that the creator was returning for a new 73 page story following the events of the original series, but then took that surprise to a new level when it was made clear that by the end of the one-shot that Kubo’s series is far from over. The final moments of this new entry had dropped a major tease for a whole new kind of conflict coming Ichigo’s way from the final aspect of the Soul Society universe that had not been explored in the main series, Hell itself.

There has yet to be any release window or date set for the manga’s continuation just yet, but fans can still look forward to much more Bleach with the coming release of the Thousand-Year Blood War anime. This has yet to set a release window either, but fans will be getting a much better look at the new series soon during Jump Festa 2022 later this year and hopefully we’ll get a release date too.


But what did you think of Bleach’s major manga comeback earlier this year? Would you want to see what comes next from the manga or anime? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!

from Ultimate Comic Blog

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