After 366 episodes, 4 movies, and 2 segments of the Bleach revival series, Ichigo and the gang are facing their greatest challenge yet in Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War.
The Soul Society is fighting the Wandenreich, Quincy’s secret empire, with the help of some unexpected friends. Many major battles have taken place during the course of the show’s 26 episodes, with heavy casualties on both sides.
Some fan favorites have been sacrificed for the greater good, while others have perished and come back to (kind of) life. Uryu Ishida, a trusted friend and ally of Ichigo and the others, also betrayed them in a huge way.
To say a lot has transpired would be an understatement, and much more is on the horizon. Prepare for a lengthy trek to the Soul King’s Palace by reading Digital Spy’s Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 3 preview.
Bleach Cour 3 Release Date
Thankfully, after the extremely lengthy ending special, information regarding Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 3 was released.
Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 3 will premiere in the spring of 2024, around two years after the second part of the series aired.
With any luck, the fourth installment will be released by the end of 2024 or the beginning of 2025.
Unless more canon light novels are converted, new original movies are made, or Tite Kubo’s 2021 Hell Arc one-shot manga is adapted, this may be the final time Bleach appears on cinema.
Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War Part 3 Trailer
The trailer’s most jaw-dropping moment was when the mysterious and strong Aizen made his triumphant return. Fans have been waiting anxiously for him to return to the anime, and now that they’ve had a glimpse of his trademark chair and the keys to his seals, they’re wondering what more plot twists could be in store.
The addition of Aizen to the Thousand-Year Blood War in part 3 should make for a more nuanced and interesting story.
What to Expect from Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War Part 3?
Part 3 of “Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War” looks to be the culmination of the Thousand Year Blood War arc, and the adaptation of the manga looks good.
The extraordinary quality of the last two episodes of part 2 surpassed all expectations, making them some of the greatest episodes in the whole Bleach series. The plot and animation have reached a new level, giving fans every reason to anticipate Part 3.
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