New Bleach Anime Suggests Tie-Ups With Naruto Creators

Bleach Anime has been out of the spotlight for several years, but the series is finally ready to redeem itself. Bleach is one of the classic anime of all time. If you are a fan of Shonen anime then here is a piece of news for you. After a break of several years, Bleach is getting ready for a new anime that will debut later this year.

It is time for the soul reapers to get back on the duty and protect the good souls from “hollows”. Thousand-Year Blood War will be released in a few months, and a recent source says that it will include animation from a shonen classic.

A report on Twitter has been surfacing that suggests that Yamashita Hiroyuki has onboarded the creative team of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War to bring certain anime episodes to life. However, the animator has not made any public comments about the news. They do, however, have close ties to Studio Pierrot. Pierrot has been the production house behind Naruto since the anime’s debut, and it will oversee Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War just as it did the original.

For those who are unfamiliar with Yamashita, the artist worked on some of Naruto: Shippuden’s most well-known episodes. During the Fourth Great Ninja War, they not only oversaw the infamous combat between Kakashi and Obito, but they also oversaw smaller conflicts.

Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War

Bleach ran for around 300 episodes in its original anime. Before the manga’s last arc had even begun, Bleach’s initial anime run was canceled, and since then, fans have been longing for a new season of the show.

The creator of the show has hyped up the anime saying that it will be very different from what they are expecting. In a special interview with Viz media, the creator Tite Kubo discussed how different this version of the anime will be from the original. Fans could spot the differences like the new visuals in all the trailers released until now.

Fresh scenes will be added. He also said he has made some significant adjustments to the manga’s development since the previous anime was canceled, which will further set this new anime apart from the old one from many years ago.

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