Bleach Season 17The manga’s debut was in 2001. Twenty years later, Titekubo returned to Bleach in a single chapter. This leaves plenty of room for a new manga series. Bleach will also adapt the manga’s last arc after 10 year and give the anime its proper end in season 17.
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Originally, Season 17 of Bleach, an anime, was to premiere in 2021. The premiere was moved to 2022 after it was discovered that the original broadcast date had been pushed back. The anime adaptation will feature the Thousand-Year Blood War story. This will give the series an appropriate ending 10 years after it was cancelled in 2012.
This article contains all you need to know about the 17th season of Bleach. We’ll tell you when it will be released, whether there’s a trailer and what the story is about. And much more about the anime that we can’t wait to see again.
Bleach Season 17 plot
Season 17 will adapt the Quincy Blood War storyline to Bleach, as you all know. We’ll give you an overview of the whole arc, but not too much information about the bloody events. Yhwach is seen for the first time when Luders Friegen returns to Silbern (the base Vandenreich). When he sees Luders fighting AsguiaroEbern, Yhwach is furious. As punishment for his argument, he declares that conflict is not something he loves and cuts Luders’ arms. This causes him immense pain and he falls on the ground.
Luders with difficulty standing will have trouble getting up. Yhwach allows him to speak to him while he is lying down. He will only cut his legs because he doesn’t need them, he kneels down in a hurry, and Yhwach asks him wryly what he thinks the five days of preparation required for the war against Soul Society.
He laughs at him and even asks if he’s a prophet. But, he denies the title. Yhwach questions him then about why he said that about the future when he really wanted information. He was just about to complete the task. He then focuses on Ebern. Yhwach acknowledges that he doesn’t have any reason to praise him or to blame him for his delay in Ichigo Kurosaki.
He says then that his role is done and that he will no longer be involved in the construction of peace. Jugram Haschwalth then asks Yhwach if he thinks that it’s okay to kill Arrancar, as he is able to fight. Yhwach ignores the comment and climbs the stairs into a chamber hidden behind the throne. He claims he can get all the Arrancars he wants since Tia Hailibel is imprisoned.
The two discuss Ebern’s locket, which was not successful sealing Ichigo’s Bankai. Yhwach acknowledges that “hotheads”, sometimes come in handy, and that a special plan is needed to wardoff Ichigo. Yhwach commands Haschwalth, to ask Jagdarmee if Arrancars are armed with blood.
Later, he learns about a fight between Quilge Opie and Ichigo Opie. This is his perfect chance to infiltrate Soul Society. He summons all the Stern Ritters, and invades the Seireitei.
Bleach Season 17 cast
Many new characters were introduced to the franchise by the Quincy War arc. Expect some new voices to be heard in the final season. The final voices of many characters who lost their lives in the Quincy War story arc will also be heard. We don’t yet know who will be returning and who won’t. Masakazu Morita and Fumiko Orikasa will be returning to their roles, however. All of them were present at the 20th Anniversary Project presentation on March 2020.
The official cast list was unveiled in December 2021 as part of Jump Fest’s presentation. The complete cast for Season 17 was revealed to us. Additional names were revealed in Summer 2022 several months prior to the anime’s premier. These are the current cast members.
Ichigo Kurosaki, Voice Actor Masakazu Morita;
Rukia Kuchiki, Voice Actor Fumiko Orikasa;
Uryū Ishida, Voice Actor Noriaki Sugiyama;
Orihime Inoue, Voice Actor Yuki Matsuoka;
Yasutora Sado, Voice Actor Hiroki Yasumoto;
Renji Abarai, Voice Actor Kentaro Ito;
Kisuke Uhara, Voice Actor Shinichiro Miji
Yoruichi Shihōin, Voice Actor Satsuki Yukino;
Genryūsai Shigekuni Yamamoto, Voice Actor Binbin Takaoka;
Soi Fon, Voice Actor Houko Kuwashima;
Rōjūrō Ōtoribashi, Voice Actor Shouto Kashii;
Retsu Unohana, Voice Actor Aya Hisakawa;
Shinji Hirako, Voice Actor Masaya Onosaka;
Byakuya Kuchiki, Voice Actor Ryotaro Okiayu;
Sajin Komamura, Voice Actor Tetsu Inada;
Shunsui Kyōraku, Voice Actor Akio Ohtsuka;
Kensei Muguruma, Voice Actor Tomokazu Sugita;
Tōshirō Hitsugaya, Voice Actor Romi Park;
Kenpachi Zaraki, Voice Actor Fumihiko Tachiki;
Mayuri Kurotsuchi, Voice Actor Ryusei Nakao;
Jūshirō Ukitake, Voice Actor Hideo Ishikawa;
Ichibē Hyōsube, Voice Actor Naomi Kusumi;
Ōetsu Mimaiya, Voice ActorYōji Ueda;
Tenjirō Kirinji, Voice Actor Tomoyuki Shimura;
Senjumaru Shutara, Voice Actor Rina Satou;
Kirio Hikifune, Voice Actor Ayumi Tsunematsu;
Yhwach, Voice Actor Takayuki Sugo;
Jugram Haschwalth, Voice Actor Yuichiro Umehara;
Askin Nakk Le Vaar, Voice Actor Shunsuke Takeuchi;
Bambietta Basterbine, Voice Actor Ayana Taketatsu;
Bazz-B, Voice Actor Yūki Ono;
Candice Catnipp, Voice Actor Yumi Uchiyama;
Gremmy Thoumeaux, Voice Actor Natsuki Hanae;
Lille Barro, Voice Actor Satoshi Hino;
Ryūnosuke Yuki, Voice Actor Daiki Yamashita;
Shino Madarame is a Voice Actor for Asami Seto
Äs Nödt, Voice Actor Yoshitsugu Matsuoka;
Quilge Opie, Voice Actor Kōichi Yamadera;
BG9, Voice Actor Hideyuki Tanaka;
Robert Accutrone, Voice Actor Takaya Hashi;
Driscoll Berci; Voice Actor Nobuaki Kannemitsu
Mask De Masculine, Voice Actor Yasuhiro Mamiya;
NaNaNa Najahkoop, Voice Actor Tomoaki Maeno;
We are happy that our initial expectations about the cast were correct, even though this list does not include all the names. However, there will be more names throughout the series. We assumed that all the original cast members would be returning (except for Tsukada who was Yamamoto’s original voice actor)
Bleach Season 17 Release Date
The first Bleach episode was broadcast in Japan on October 5, 2004. It used the old ratio 4:3. Despite Pierrot’s somewhat shaky animation, it was a huge success. The darker approach to the show was a welcome departure from One Piece or Naruto. Kubo’s manga was a hit and even though it took some time before Bleach could create its story, it eventually became a superior anime series.
The adaptation was successful most of the time. There were however four filler seasons, and many filler episodes spread across the series. This distracts from the main story. Kubo allowed the producers to give them more time to create the anime before adapting the manga. This is how the series was structured. Bleach was canceled after 366 episodes had been aired.
High production costs led to Bleach’s cancellation. The anime was also very similar to the manga. Producers had to make another filler arc which wasn’t financially profitable or wait for Kubo’s completion. It was cancelled. But, the 20th Anniversary Bleach Project, launched in March 2020. It was finally revealed in March 2020.
Kubo has released a new chapter in manga detailing the events in Bleach’s world after the manga’s last arc. The manga will soon be adaptable into an anime adaptation. Many manga fans were thrilled to learn that the last arc would be adapted into an anime adaptation.
The original plans called for the show’s release in 2021. This was not possible due the COVID-19 epidemic and possibly because the producers wanted a perfect adaptation.
We didn’t have any official news for Season 17 of Bleach for quite some time, but the December 2021 Jump Fest panel confirmed that Bleach would be back on the screens in October 2022 for the Fall 2022 seasons, which is the best season of anime series.
After the news was unofficially shared on Twitter for several days, we received an official confirmation.
According to the official announcement on September 11, 2022, Bleach was confirmed as returning on October 10, 2022.
Trailer for Bleach Season 17
A teaser trailer was actually shown to us when the 20th Anniversary Project was revealed. It was confirmed that the 17th season would be adapted. Take a look at the teaser trailer.
Although the teaser didn’t reveal much, it confirmed that the Quincy War saga would eventually be adapted. It also displayed a collage of images taken directly from the manga. It was initially announced that 2021 would be the release date. However, we have now explained why 2022 has been chosen.
Since then, we have not seen any new information except for December 2021’s Jump Fest when we were able to see more.
Jump Fest revealed some details about the new season including the release date. The trailer also included a teaser trailer, which featured more visuals from the new Bleach season. Below is the trailer.
A second trailer, which featured more characters and included more scenes, was released on July 3, 2022.
The final trailer was released on September 11, 2022. It featured footage from future episodes, and confirmed the October 10, 2020 release date. It’s available here:
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