Bleach (3-in-1 Edition) Volume 1: Includes vols. 1, 2 & 3
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This manga is constantly being checked out at the library where I work, so I decided to check out (literally) the 3-in-1 manga and the first volume anime to see what the fuss was about. By rejecting non-essential cookies, Reddit may still use certain cookies to ensure the proper functionality of our platform. Also, I knew there were characters of color in it, as a Black Woman, that will definitely urge me want to read a story. His next series, Bleach, about a high school student who becomes a shinigami and fights hollows, was not such a failure.
Putting all that aside, the first few pages did a fairly good job of drawing me in and the full first chapter really got me hooked to it. For people who are new to this series and unfamiliar with it, I think this is a great introduction to the series, especially if you read the 3-in-1 edition instead of the single editions. Read more about the condition New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. I decided to start from the beginning instead where I left off years ago because I want to refresh myself on what happened since I probably forgot some things and because I just want to experience this series again. Together, they work as soul reapers to rid the world of "evil" hollows - which takes them through some pretty sad memories.
However, as we saw towards the conclusion of Part Two, we're now going off-script, and this will likely only ramp up. I also thought Ichigo and Rukia's relationship was always well balanced and of course the begining is classic.
It's been around 11 years since I've read Bleach, and I've decided to actually try and finish the series this time. There was also an explanation on why Orihime’s older brother took her from their parents when he turned 18 and in Orihime’s character bio, it mentioned that even though she lives alone, she is supported by her relatives (I was wondering where she was getting money from since she has no job and is a high school student), these things should have been mentioned in the anime, they’re important.
Unless something drastic happens to the storyline or the character development goes down the crapper, this is a series I will continue to (binge)read.
I realize I’m super late to the game on this series but I’ve been meaning to read it for a while now. Her brethren at the Soul Society are quite displeased with the fact that she transferred the powers of a Soul Reaper to a human and have dispatched two of their strongest agents to neutralize the situation. Anyway, the main reason I read this is because in 2009 I discovered that Ichigo and I were hair twins, so I've always been mildly curious about the series.
The art is amazing, too - I especially liked the odd blank page with just a small illustration that peppered the book. Best known for his internationally bestselling series Bleach, Tite Kubo is the pen name of Noriaki Kubo, one of the most successful manga creators of all time. It's the day of reckoning and Ichigo must fight Byakuya Kuchiki one on one, whether or not his bankai is battle-ready. It takes you through some dark stories and Ichigo is a likeable hero even though he plays the bad boy.