Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2 screening was held in Japan ahead of the official release. The much-anticipated anime series is gearing up for its release, as Japan gets a sneak peek of the first two series episodes.
Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2 Release: New Episodes Coming in July 2023 with Early Screening in Japan!
The Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War anime has been very popular since its initial release in October 2022, thanks to the exciting fights, great storyline, and beautiful animation.
However, the first part of the anime series only had 13 episodes in total, while fans were craving more episodes. But the long wait for more episodes is now over because Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2 is almost here.
Part 2 of the anime series will release this year in July. Season one ended with episode 13th as the finale episode, so part 2 will pick up the story where the first season left off.
Part 2 of Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War will start with Episodes 14 and 15. The screening of these two episodes will be held in Japan on 25th June 2023.
Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War: Tokyo Screening Event to Preview First Two Episodes with Cast Appearances!
As per the official website of Bleach, the screening event of BLEACH Thousand-Year Blood War – The Separation will be conducted at the Hulic Hall Tokyo. Fans of the anime series who will attend the event will be able to witness the screening of the first two episodes.
Moreover, these fans will have a chance to participate in the cast and staff talk. The screening event of the first two episodes will be categorized into two parts, along with the talk show appearances.
The first part of the screening event will be limited to members of Tite Kubo’s fan club named “Klub Outside,” and it will feature various appearances like Tite Kubo (the original one), Tomohisa Taguchi, Chiaki Matsuzawa, and Yoshihiko Tominaga.
On the other hand, the part 2 screening will feature other major appearances like Seiichi Morita, who plays the role of Ichigo Kurosaki in the anime series. Other than that, there will be Yuichiro Umehara, Noriaki Sugiyama, Chiaki Matsuzawa, and Shunsuke Takeuchi.