Home BLEACH: TYBW Part 2 Gets New Trailer, July 8 Premiere

BLEACH: TYBW Part 2 Gets New Trailer, July 8 Premiere

BLEACH: Thousand-Year Blood War 2 (TYBW) TV anime has revealed a new trailer for its 2nd cour titled Part 2: The Separation, which is set to premiere on July 8. They previously announced that the anime will have an early screening for its first 2 episodes in Japan. The anime will stream on Hulu in the U.S., Star+ in Latin America and Disney+ in select countries internationally. VIZ Media holds worldwide rights (excluding Asia). The official title of the sequel is BLEACH: Thousand-Year Blood War, Part 2 – The Separation.

BLEACH: Thousand-Year Blood War 2 (TYBW) – Trailer

The new trailer features the opening theme song by w.o.d. titled “Stars.” Aoi Yuki, Soichiro Hoshi, Tsuyoshi Koyama and Nao Toyama are joining the cast. A new key visual is also available:

Masakazu Morita and Yuki Matsuoka are reprising their roles as Ichigo and Orihime, while Takayuki Sugo joined as Yhwach. Tite Kubo also said in an interview that the 2nd part will animate a new fight that wasn’t drawn in the manga. It will feature a battle between two ‘certain characters’ and the anime production team asked to have the character fight around this time. That’s why he revisited the idea, and he also provided five or six pages of illustrations to show how they would move, transition and fight.

Studio Pierrot previously produced the original TV anime adaptation of Tite Kubo’s BLEACH manga, which aired between October 2004 and March 2012 with a total of 366 episodes. VIZ Media licensed it in English, and they describe the BLEACH 2022 (TYBWA) story:

The peace is suddenly broken when warning sirens blare through the Soul Society. Residents there are disappearing without a trace and nobody knows who’s behind it, meanwhile, a dark shadow is also extending itself toward Ichigo and his friends in Karakura Town…

Source: Official Twitter, Press Reelease
© TITE KUBO / SHUEISHA, TV TOKYO, dentsu, Pierrot

You may also like

The comments are temporarily unavailable for maintenance.