Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2 Episode 16 English Dub will be released soon. The next episode will make things even more intense as the Soul Society battles an invasion by the Quincy. The conflict is at an all-time high, and every new episode will make it even more complex and intense.
Want to know more about Bleach TYBW Episode 16 English Dub? Read on as we discuss all the available information about the same.
Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2 Episode 16 English Dub Spoilers and Preview
Episode 16 of Bleach TYBW Part 2 will depict the intense battle between Quincy Wandenreich and the 13 Court Guard Squads of the Soul Society. There will be many more fight-offs in the upcoming episode. Fans might witness Shinji Hirako’s Bankai as the previews for episode 16 revealed a detailed fight scene involving Hirako. The Soul Reapers have been in an unfavourable position in the fight till now, and it will be exciting to see if they can change the situation.
Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2 Episode 16 English Dub Voice Cast
- Johnny Yong Bosch as Ichigo Kurosaki
- Michelle Ruff as Rukia Kuchiki
- Aaron LaPlante as BG9 and Ichibe Hyosube
- Alain Mesa as Yasutora “Chad” Sado
- Aleks Le as Shinji Hirako
- Anne Yatco as Bambietta Basterbine and Meninas McAllon
- Bill Butts as the Mask de Masculine
- Casey Mongillo as Giselle Gewelle
Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2 Episode 16 English Dub Release Date & Watch Online
Bleach TYBW Part 2 Episode 16 English Dub will be available to watch online on August 19, 2023 (Saturday) only on Hulu. Since Hulu is only available in the United States, viewers in the United Kingdom and Australia may have to wait until Disney Plus uploads episode 16 to their platform.
Bleach TYBW Episode 15: Ending Credit Scene Explained
After Bleach TYBW episode 15, a credit sequence showed Ichigo Kurosaki continuing his travel through an alternate world as Ichib Hysube delivered a poem about an infinite thing. Ichibe continued to recite the poem, which he named Irazusando.
Ichigo wondered how it could be so heavy and vowed to keep going to the end. While Ichigo was training to become the next soul king, Ichibe was evaluating him to see whether he was a good candidate for the role.