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Cartoon Network and its Adult Swim programming block have announced that on midnight of December 5, it will air the second Bleach movie, Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion . The broadcast will come three months after the DVD release. The first movie, Bleach: Memories Of Nobody , will also air a week earlier (November 28th) in the same time slot. In the second Bleach movie, a valuable artifact known as "King's Seal" is stolen by a mysterious group of people during transport in Soul Society. Hitsugaya, the 10th division captain of Gotei 13, who is assigned to transport the seal, goes missing shortly afterward. After the incident, Seireitei declares Hitsugaya a traitor and orders the capture and execution of Hitsugaya. Ichigo refuses to believe this, and along with Rangiku, Rukia, and Renji, swears to uncover the real mastermind of the stolen seal, find Hitsugaya and clear his name. Meanwhile, a rogue Hitsugaya searches for the perpetrators and uncovers a dark secret regarding a long dead shinigami. Source: Anime News Network
Viz Media has announced the DVD release of BLEACH THE MOVIE 2: The DiamondDust Rebellion on September 8th. The movie is rated "T" for Teen, and if all goes well, it will air on Adult Swim some time next year, just like Bleach: Memories of Nobody . Adapted from the wildly popular animated series and best-selling Bleach manga series by acclaimed Japanese creator Tite Kubo (both distributed and published in North America by Viz Media), the animated feature film BLEACH THE MOVIE 2: The DiamondDust Rebellion continues the action-packed adventures of Ichigo Kurosaki. After the treasured Ouin is stolen, Toshiro Hitsugaya disappears and becomes suspected of treason. When the Soul Society calls for his capture and execution, Substitute Soul Reaper Ichigo Kurosaki vows to prove Hitsugaya's innocence. Will the secret of the Ouin and Captain Hitsugaya's motives be revealed before his honor, his life, and the Soul Society are destroyed? BLEACH is a tremendously successful multimedia property internationally. The manga series has been licensed to more than a dozen countries, and has sold over 52 million copies in Japan alone.
On Saturday, a commercial during Cartoon Network 's Adult Swim programming announced that Bleach: Memories Of Nobody , the first movie in the Bleach anime series, will air on the network midnight on September 5. This is the first time the Bleach movie will be aired in the United States - the movie was originally released in Japan in 2006, and released in theaters and on DVD in the US in 2008. Canadian station YTV also aired the Bleach movie in 2008. The film, based on the popular manga by Tite Kubo, follows the Soul Reapers as they face a new kind of spirit which threatens humanity, dubbed the "Blanks." Three standalone movies of the supernatural action anime have been made, including Bleach Movie 2: The DiamondDust Rebellion and Bleach: Fade to Black, I Call Your Name. The Bleach television series airs every week on Adult Swim, and is also available for viewing on Hulu. Source: Anime News Network
Hey everyone... Been away for quite some time. Had exams and a lot of personal life problems that took away most of my time. Just came back and what I see here is the Bleach anime page totally messed up. Information ain't up to date, a couple episodes missing. Links missing or broken, etc. This page needs some love. Starting tonight, I'll fix this page up and work on it for the next couple days to make it all good to go and pleasant just like any other popular TV Show page :) Cheers, Lifetalk
I am sure most of you are already aware of this by now, but for the past 2 weeks, Bleach has been airing at Tuesday, instead of the usual Thursday. Not bad... since dattebayo then releases it on Wednesday and you get to watch more anime each week (or so it feels like)
I'm embarrassed to say that though I write regularly about TV and Movies and consider myself pretty well-informed about all there is to know about the industry, I am completely out of the loop regarding Anime. So...I found this "History of Anime" article from Variety to be quite informative, including a handy timeline, reproduced here: 1963 "Astro Boy" series starts in Japan, launches in the U.S. later the same year. The original manga was created by Osamu Tezuka, who is considered the father of the format. 1966 -"Gigantor" series debuts in the U.S. -Another of Tezuka's creations, "Kimba the White Lion," launches. 1967 -"Speed Racer" takes off in the U.S. a year after it was first broadcast in Japan. MTV picks up the show in 1993; Cartoon Network adds it to their lineup in 1996. -In the same year, restrictions over violent content limit Americans' access to Japanese animation, including such shows as "Devilman." 1978-1979 -"Battle of the Planets'" (aka Gatchaman) and "Star Blazers" series debut in the U.S. 1984 -"Voltron" hits U.S. shores, followed by "Transformers." Both the anime and tie-in toys become popular. 1985 -"Robotech" takes off in the U.S. 1986 -An animated "Transformers" feature earns more than $5 million at the box office. 1989 -Anime feature "Akira" opens. -Hayao Miyazaki's "Castle in the Sky" receives a limited released in the U.S. 1993 -Troma releases a dubbed version of Miyazaki's "My Neighbour Totoro" in the U.S. Variety critic Leonard Klady says he doesn't get it. Early 1990s -Many Japanese animations go directly to video, where more mature titles with sex and violence catch on among cult audiences. -Video rental stores start to set up Japanese anime sections. -The word "manga" enters the English language with "pop, erotic, futuristic and artistic" connotations. 1995 -"Sailor Moon" airs in the US, helping to expand the image of anime from being a male-oriented media to something both sexes can enjoy. -The Japanese trend of dressing up as anime characters (or cosplay ) comes to the U.S. 1996 -"Ghost in the Shell" is released on video and hits No. 1 on Billboard's video charts. -Dragonball Z debuts on TV, with violent scenes edited out. 1998 -Cartoon Network airs unedited "Dragonball Z" episodes as part of its Toonami programming block. -The "Pokemon" TV series launches, riding the popularity of the game franchise. 1999 -Still largely unknown in the U.S., Miyazaki improves his profile with Miramax's release of "Princess Mononoke." Toon's PG-13 rating and limited release leads to modest box office, but draws strong reviews and attention to its creator. In Japan, it becomes the highest-grossing film of all time. 2002 -Disney releases "Spirited Away," with English-language dubbing personally overseen by Pixar's John Lasseter. The film wins the animated feature Oscar. -On television, "Yu-Gi-Oh" and "Inuyasha" both launch. 2005 -Cartoon Network adds "Naruto" to its Toonami lineup. -Nickelodeon debuts Avatar: The Last Airbender , a toon modeled after the style and content of Asian animation (mixing martial arts, mysticism and serial storytelling). Two years later, the show wins a primetime Emmy. 2006 -Viz Media dubs manga-based toon "Bleach" for American auds. The show courts older viewers as part of Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block. 2007 -Michael Bay directs a live-action version of Transformers hiring Peter Cullen to reprise his role as Optimus Prime. -Paramount announces plans for an "Avatar" feature to be directed by M. Night Shyamalan. 2008 The Wachowski brothers adapt Speed Racer as a live-action film.
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