Keiichi Takahashi, a voice actor who played a small role in Bleach has relayed the sad news that Masaaki Tsukada, voice of Yamamoto Genryūsai Shigekuni in the series, passed away at age 74. More after the jump.
There's no Bleach anime currently running or announced. The manga has slid in Japanese Shonen Jump rankings. However, there's evidently still plenty of affection for Rukia Kuchiki, and fans are still drawing tributes to her January 14th birthday. Get a look after the jump.
J-Stars Victory Vs., the crossover fighting game celebrating the 45th anniversary of Shonen Jump has added some female characters. One Piece's Boa Hancock will be a playable primary fighter while Bleach's Rukia, Nisekoi's Chitoge Kirisaki, and To Love-Ru's Lala Satalin Deviluke will assist as support characters. More after the jump.
There was a preview of the opening sequence posted earlier in the summer, but now Dead Leaves has finished re-animating the opening of Baccano! to feature the cast of Attack on Titan. Get a look at this, plus a great Titan x Bleach illustration after the jump.
Earlier this summer, Bleach announced an absence from manga magazine Shonen Jump, from this year's 35th issue through issue 40. Tite Kubo is now prepared to return, with the series set to launch into the “Sennen Kessen-Hen – Ketsubetsu-tan“ final battle in September 9th's issue 41. More after the jump.
Every week, master swordsmith Tony Swatton forges fan favorite weapons from video games, movies, and television. This week, he tackles Ichigo's Zangetsu sword of Bleach fame. Get a look after the jump.
In honor of Shonen Jump's 45th, the heroes of Dragon Ball, One Piece, Bleach, Naruto, Dragon Ball, Gintama, Rurouni Kenshin, Toriko, Kochikame. Get a look at its first preview after the jump.
A Tokyo-based company Eitsu has stated accepting orders for Bleach Roll Cake, the latest entry of its popular Priroll service. You can request a message or photo to be printed on a roll cake with the cool Ichigo Kurosaki illustration. Hit the jump for more details.
Looks like Bleach will be taking August off. The manga will be absent from this year's 35th issue of the Japanese Shonen Jump through issue 40. However, this isn't just a summer vacation. Tite Kubo is preparing to return on September 9th's issue 41 with the launch of the series' “Sennen Kessen-Hen – Ketsubetsu-tan“ final battle. More after the jump.