Bleach fans will soon be able to own the epic Thousand-Year Blood War soundtrack.
According to the anime’s official website, the album will be available for purchase on September 27, although pre-orders are already being accepted. This item has a total retail price of 3,300 yen (about $22.50).
The Millennium Blood War soundtrack isn’t the only collection Bleach fans can purchase to show their love and appreciation for the long-running series. Notably, MegaHouse has released an outstanding statue of main character Ichigo Kurosaki, recreating his appearance in the “Thousand Year Blood War” arc. This item shows the Substitute Shinigami using his powerful Zanpakutō (Zangetsu) with the sheer power implied by the crumbling ground around him.
Tite Kubo’s Bleach manga appeared in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump from August 2001 to August 2016, with 74 volumes. The story follows delinquent high school student Ichigo, who has the innate ability to see spirits. After a life-changing encounter with an injured Shinigami named Rukia Kuchiki, the teenager gains the power he needs to fight Hollows, corrupted entities that survive by feasting on other souls.
From October 2004 to March 2012, Pierrot – the studio behind hugely popular shows like Naruto and Yu Yu Hakusho – released the first Bleach adaptations. The sequel, The Thousand-Year Blood War, released its first half late last year and its plot depicts the events of the final chapters of the Kubo manga; The story finds the Soul Society in brutal conflict with the Wandenreich, a secret Quincy empire. The new anime introduces a wealth of new characters, including the mysterious members of Zero Division and the villain Yhwach, while also highlighting fan favorites like Renji Abarai, Byakuya Kuchiki, and Uryū Ishida . Furthermore, the film also brings many surprises to both viewers and manga readers as the adaptation contains never-before-seen details and content, the most prominent example being the reveal of the captain’s Bankai. Team 5 Shinji Hirako.
As a member of the Big Three of the shōnen genre, the Bleach manga and both of its anime adaptations have achieved extremely high levels of success with the former selling over 130 million copies worldwide. . Fans celebrate Kubo’s creativity by creating their own content for the franchise, especially cosplay. Recent examples include the threatening scene of 11th Division Captain Kenpachi Zaraki and the interpretation by Nelliel Tu Odelschwanck, the former 3rd Espada.
Bleach: The Millennium Blood War is available to stream on Hulu in the US.
Source: The official website of the Thousand Year Blood War