Bleach’ Manga returns as a movie in 2018; What about ‘Naruto Shippuden?’

By Caroline Strait / 2017.01.04

Recent details pertaining the anime "Bleach" are centered on the notion that the segment will return into the limelight but as a movie. The release date has been slated by 2018.

With the rumored release of "Bleach" into the big screen, eyes are turning on whether "Naruto Shippuden" would have the same direction as "Bleach." Given the success of anime series for such a time, it is understandable why its return into the big screen would make a strong impact for the fans and followers of the anime franchise.

Despite the ongoing presumptions, there has been no word of confirmation on whether "Naruto" would have another project given that the story arc has already folded for "Naruto," and the series is now focusing on Boruto.

In a different note, a former post from Comic Book, it shared of some details. According to the report, fans learned the novelizations were coming to shelves when the wraparound jacket of the 74th volume of "Bleach" was finally published.

As for the second novel, it is said to center around Shūhei Hisagi and the Soul Reaper is sent on a journey to solve the mystery that Kaname Tōsen left behind and the novel is said to focus more so on the political landscape of "Bleach" by exploring the four noble families, the Soul King, Arrancars, and Fullbringers, as noted by the same post.

The actual anime version of "Bleach" has ended four years ago and the popular anime series will return as a live action movie. The series centers on Ichigo Kurosaki is a 15-year-old-boy who has an ability to see ghosts/spirits and because of his ability, he is able to meet a female death god (AKA Shinigami) named Rukia Kuchiki, Anime News Network reported.

On the other hand, "Naruto" and its legacy shifts to Chino as Sasuke. As for the release date being set to 2018 for "Bleach," that remains to be seen since no full details were given out by the creators of the series.

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