SuperGroupies is introducing a new series of bags based on the long-running anime series Bleach, including long wallets and backpacks as well. You can see a few of them here if you click after the jump.
After finishing Bleach in August, then releasing the final collection this month, author Tite Kubo re-joined Twitter this month. He's used that platform to share a genuinely emotion story of finishing the series. Get a look after the jump.
According to the newest Oricon sales report, the top five titles ranked in its weekly manga sales chart ended November 6 were all published by Shueisha for its Weekly Shonen Jump. As expected, the top-selling manga of the week was the 83rd volume of Eiichiro Oda's internationally popular series One Piece. Hit the jump for more details.
With the 74th and final volume of Bleach hitting Japan today, plans have been announced for a pair of novels inspired by Tite Kubo's supernatural action manga. Coming up later this year, Makoto Matsubara, author of earlier Bleach prose stories and novels, writes explores the story of Rukia and Renji, then, in 2017, Durarara!!'s Ryohgo Narita recounts the conflict against a secret enemy.
This week, in the days leading into the Japanese release of Bleach's 74th and final volume, author Tite Kubo returned to Twitter (further confirmed by Jump editorial - who clarified that there have also been fakes). The "long time, no see" reintroduction took the form of a sketch. Then, it doubled down the weirdness with some cosplay. Get a look after the jump.
After 15 years Bleach is over. The 74th and final volume of Tite Kubo's manga hits Japan on November 4th. North America is getting volume 68 on November 1, with 69 scheduled for March 7, 2017. An early look has revealed what Kubo has added to "Death & Strawberry." Get a a look after the jump.
Rising from the ashes like a true shonen hero, Bleach author Kubo Tite is back on Twitter, having bid social media adieu in September '15. While it's not a verified account, folks like One-Punch Man's Yusuke Murata have been signal boosting Tite's "long time no see" post and following the account, suggesting that it's legit.