Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2 Pre-Screening Hype Shatters the Internet

The upcoming release of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2 – The Separation on Saturday, July 8, 2023, has generated a great deal of anticipation among fans of the anime. However, some fortunate fans will have the opportunity to get a sneak peek of the first two episodes even earlier through a pre-screening event scheduled for June 25.

In Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War, the formidable Quincy leader, Yhwach, awakens from a prolonged slumber and launches an attack on the Soul Society with the intention of stealing the Gotei 13’s bankai. Amidst this intense battle, Yhwach drops hints to Ichigo about his enigmatic lineage, which triggers a quest within Ichigo to delve deeper into his own origins and uncover the truth about himself.

Bleach TYBW pre-screening leaves fans hyped for the anime’s premiere

According to reports, the pre-screening event for Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2 was fully booked, and fans who attended the event in Japan took to Twitter to share their experiences. It was revealed that mangaka Tite Kubo had created new artwork specifically for the anime.

In the first part’s pre-screening, an illustration of Kurosaki Ichigo was shared, while for the second pre-screening, an artwork of Ishida Uryu was unveiled. This sparked speculation among fans about which characters would be featured in the remaining two pre-screenings. Some fans speculated that it could be Chad and Orihime Inoue, while others believed it might be Sosuke Aizen and Yhwach.


Fans expressed their excitement about the pre-screening and shared clips from the event, showcasing the enthusiastic atmosphere among the attendees eagerly awaiting the premiere of the episodes. Due to restrictions on recording during the premiere, fans shared their impressions of the episode once it concluded. Overall, it seems that fans are eagerly anticipating the upcoming premiere of the anime next month and are looking forward to enjoying the new episodes.

pre-screening for Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2


A Bleach fan recently expressed their positive impressions of the animation in the first two episodes of the upcoming Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2. The fan acknowledged that in the previous part, there had been some minor criticisms from fans regarding certain aspects of the episodes. However, after watching episodes 14 and 15, the fan confidently stated that they believed the studio had addressed those concerns and would likely receive no such complaints during the premiere of the second part.


Fans who attended the pre-screening event shared some of the confirmed scenes that will be featured in Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2. One of the scenes revealed is from episode 14, which will showcase Ishida Uryu standing in front of Yhwach’s throne. This suggests that there will be significant moments involving Ishida, Yhwach, and other Sternritters, including Sternritter Grandmaster Jugram Haschwalth.

In addition, another fan revealed some information shared by mangaka Tite Kubo. According to Kubo, the second part of the anime will include several anime original scenes involving Ichigo Kurosaki, Jūshirō Ukitake, and Bambietta Basterbine. While fans were already aware that Shinji Hirako’s Bankai would be revealed in the anime, Kubo confirmed that the scene would be highly thrilling and enjoyable to watch. These details have further heightened the excitement among fans for the upcoming episodes of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Part 2.

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