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Re: Bleach

Postby ibabrak » Thu Nov 17, 2011 4:47 am

JazzyDJ wrote:I don't understand why they can't complete one arc instead of starting another and jumping around to all these different new ones. Make a little bit of cronological sense for goodness sakes.

I love Bleach but I am too annoyed by getting into one arc and then they suddenly forget about it and start something totally different for an entire season of a filler arc. Just finish one thing before you start another already!

actually the one with Kageroza was a filler and now they finally started following the manga again. And the reason they make fillers is because anime goes faster then manga.
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Re: Bleach

Postby TEKnician » Sun Dec 18, 2011 12:17 am

DIE ALREADY!
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Re: Bleach

Postby EkaCoralian » Thu Feb 23, 2012 10:01 pm

... News ...

According to the program schedule of TV Tokyo, the TV series of Bleach will be ended on March 27th. There is a possibility of continuation after a break or as an OVA series.

http://i546.photobucket.com/albums/hh41 ... d6490c.jpg

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#1. Idec, this was my shonen show. I didn't get into Naruto or One Piece and I'm only getting into Reborn this year. I've been with Bleach animated since 2007.
#2: Its not even going to be able to end as the manga ends, and the manga is in its FINAL ARC. Like, seriously?!

I hope to hell this possibility of a continuation happens. I don't care how, I demand it.
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Re: Bleach

Postby EkaCoralian » Mon Feb 27, 2012 4:19 pm

False alarm, apparently the time slot just changed.
http://cal.syoboi.jp/tid/491

#367 is scheduled for April, so it won't be ending in March.
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Re: Bleach

Postby mirkosp » Tue Feb 28, 2012 8:28 am

It's not a timeslot change. TV Tokyo dropped it. It will continue on TV Osaka only, since BS Japan is pretty much TV Tokyo's Broadcast Satellite channel.
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Re: Bleach

Postby Jasta85 » Tue Feb 28, 2012 10:16 am

after azien's defeat I figured the ratings would go down. The entire fullbring arc felt like one of the fillers, random characters with new powers show up, have a big showdown with ichigo and company and get their asses kicked, then back to the main plot. Current arc the manga just began is the last one, hopefully there will be a bit of closure as far as some of the big questions that have been bugging the series this whole time.
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Re: Bleach

Postby EkaCoralian » Tue Feb 28, 2012 9:58 pm

mirkosp wrote:It's not a timeslot change. TV Tokyo dropped it. It will continue on TV Osaka only, since BS Japan is pretty much TV Tokyo's Broadcast Satellite channel.


Did it move to another day on another channel then?
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Re: Bleach

Postby EkaCoralian » Tue Mar 27, 2012 9:18 pm

And with that, animated Bleach comes to an end until the manga ends and they animate that because they probably just have no ideas for a new filler arc and were losing views anyways.
Regardless, I teared up. I'm gonna miss hearing everyone and seeing those select few fights gawgously-animated.
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Re: Bleach

Postby Jasta85 » Tue Mar 27, 2012 9:45 pm

It's not permanently over, it's just that they're only 4 weeks behind the manga and no one wants to see any more fillers so they're gonna take a break till the new arc gets a good lead time. The last arc of bleach (which the manga is on) is supposedly supposed to be a pretty long one

Spoiler :
From the last chapter it looks like it's going to be pretty much everyone (including the remaining Arrancar) vrs these new bad guys which suddenly popped out of no where and are pwning everyone. Don't know how good it will be, I sorta wish they just ended the series after Aizen was beaten, too many new character suddenly appearing (heck all of the fullbringers only lasted one arc and now they're all dead or gone), but we'll see.
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Re: Bleach

Postby TEKnician » Tue Mar 27, 2012 11:55 pm

Jasta85 wrote:It's not permanently over, it's just that they're only 4 weeks behind the manga and no one wants to see any more fillers so they're gonna take a break till the new arc gets a good lead time. The last arc of bleach (which the manga is on) is supposedly supposed to be a pretty long one

Spoiler :
From the last chapter it looks like it's going to be pretty much everyone (including the remaining Arrancar) vrs these new bad guys which suddenly popped out of no where and are pwning everyone. Don't know how good it will be, I sorta wish they just ended the series after Aizen was beaten, too many new character suddenly appearing (heck all of the fullbringers only lasted one arc and now they're all dead or gone), but we'll see.


I was always baffled by the fact that they can animate faster than people can draw.
Almost as hard as fighting a Holy Paladin.
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Re: Bleach

Postby uncreative » Wed Mar 28, 2012 1:46 am

TEKnician wrote:I was always baffled by the fact that they can animate faster than people can draw.

Well, they have more people working on it at once, but more to the point, plot moves faster in animation than it does on the page. A fight that lasts several chapters looks really weird when it lasts several episodes, because one is maybe five minutes of time to read and the other is a couple hours to watch even though exactly the same things happen. So a series with lots of action moves faster in animated form (most shonen stuff) but something that's wordswordswords may not (Death Note, lol).
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Re: Bleach

Postby OropherZero » Fri Jun 22, 2012 7:31 am

Anyone reading the manga of this? I'm enjoying the normally arrogant shinigami captains get pwned so hard. I mean Byakuya Kuchiki who is normally calmed and composed, looked like he ****** his pants the past chapter. Of course this means that Ichigo will have to power up another 1000% times to bail soul society out, so it'll be interesting to see how ridiculously powerful Kubo will make him by the finale of the whole franchise.
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Re: Bleach

Postby Jasta85 » Fri Jun 22, 2012 1:05 pm

honestly, I felt it should have ended after Aizen was beaten. The whole fullbring arch felt pointless, the whole concept of fullbring and all its supporting characters were introduced and then promptly defeated all in one arch. the only thing that had changed at the end of it was the ichigo got his powers back (which could have easily been fixed by just not having him lose them after the aizen fight).

Now we got a ton of Quincies who show up out of nowhere and pwn everyone with new superpowers and stuff, and no one knew they existed before this somehow, and they never showed up until now even with the arrancar threatening to take over everything. And this is the last arch as well. All I'm hoping for is that we finally get to see the bankai's of the captains/vice captains who havn't shown them yet.

I still say Kenpachi's bankai is a huge chainsaw that kills everything. I'm seriously pissed Aizen never used his bankai either before he went into butterfly mode.
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Re: Bleach

Postby Qyot27 » Fri Jun 22, 2012 6:23 pm

OropherZero wrote:Anyone reading the manga of this? I'm enjoying the normally arrogant shinigami captains get pwned so hard. I mean Byakuya Kuchiki who is normally calmed and composed, looked like he ****** his pants the past chapter. Of course this means that Ichigo will have to power up another 1000% times to bail soul society out, so it'll be interesting to see how ridiculously powerful Kubo will make him by the finale of the whole franchise.

Granted it's still using the stock shounen plot of 'ranked group of army generals fighting each other', but at least there's no damsel in distress plot. Yet, anyway.

But in a lot of ways it is nice to see things getting changed up a bit. My inner German student is crying at the name choices, though.
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Re: Bleach

Postby Melanchthon » Tue Sep 11, 2012 12:07 pm

Jasta85 wrote:honestly, I felt it should have ended after Aizen was beaten. The whole fullbring arch felt pointless, the whole concept of fullbring and all its supporting characters were introduced and then promptly defeated all in one arch. the only thing that had changed at the end of it was the ichigo got his powers back (which could have easily been fixed by just not having him lose them after the aizen fight).

It made sense for him to lose his powers. He was as powerful as he could be at that time, having joined the human / shinigami / Hollow parts of himself, and the only way for him to keep moving and growing was to step back down again. It might not have been necessary to strip him of all his spiritual power, but it's more dramatically satisfying this way. And his powers would have come back anyway, as Isshin's did.

I've been peeking in on the manga based on Tito's new attitude to character endangerment and I'm interested in what Yamamoto is pulling out of his hat at the moment, but as far as I'm concerned Bleach ended at the end of Volume 48.
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