The world of anime is buzzing with excitement! As the highly anticipated BLEACH English Dub Cast returns for the “Thousand Year Blood War” anime adaptation. It is set to grace our screens next week, and fans couldn’t be more thrilled.
Also, VIZ Media recently tweeted that the original BLEACH cast from the first Bleach anime will return to voice their iconic characters for the anime adaptation of the manga’s thrilling “Thousand Year Blood War” arc.
Returning BLEACH English Dub Cast
To fans’ delight, Johnny Yong Bosch will once again lend his vocal talents to the character of Ichigo Kurosaki in the BLEACH English Dub. Adam in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and the legendary Broly from the Dragon Ball franchise. Bosch’s return promises to be a treat for long-time fans of the series.
BLEACH Original Voice Cast
Michelle Ruff, known for Aoi Tohsaka in Fate/Zero, returns as Rukia Kuchiki in the BLEACH English Dub Cast. Derek Stephen Prince, famous as the Elder Brother Spider Demon in Demon Slayer, will once again voice Uryu Ishida.
BLEACH English Dub Cast and Staff
Stephanie Sheh, acclaimed for her voice work, will breathe life into BLEACH’s lovable healer, Orihime Inoue. Sheh, known for voice acting and directing, also contributed to Mamoru Hosoda’s “BELLE,” a cinematic masterpiece.
Wally Wingert, celebrated as Kotetsu Kaburagi in Tiger & Bunny, will voice Renji Abarai in BLEACH’s English Dub. Doug Erholtz, recognized for Kankuro in Boruto and Hazama in BlazBlue, returns as Kisuke Urahara’s enigmatic voice.
A Bridge to the Original
For purist fans of the BLEACH English Dub Cast, there’s more good news. The original Japanese voice cast from the first BLEACH anime will also be reprising their roles in the BLEACH English Dub. This exciting development includes characters who have yet to make their appearance in the anime, adding an extra layer of authenticity to the upcoming adaptation. Fans may also recognize these voices from the popular BLEACH: Brave Souls game.
About BLEACH Manga
BLEACH, created by Tite Kubo, is a beloved manga series that first debuted in the Weekly Shonen Jump in 2001. The manga, spanning 74 volumes, concluded in 2016. Studio Pierrot produced the anime adaptation, which initially aired from 2004 to 2012.
BLEACH fans have enjoyed various adaptations, including movies such as “BLEACH: Memories of Nobody,” “BLEACH. The DiamondDust Rebellion,” “BLEACH: Fade to Black,” “BLEACH: Hell Verse,” and even a Rock Musical BLEACH. Aside from the upcoming anime adaptation covering volumes 55 to 74 of the original manga series. The franchise also boasts a collection of video games that have further enriched the BLEACH universe.
The Thousand-Year Blood War
The “Thousand Year Blood War” arc represents the manga’s highly-anticipated final storyline. Tatsuya Kitani, who also contributed to the image songs featured in the BLEACH Ex exhibition. Will perform the anime adaptation’s theme song, titled “Scar.” SennaRin will bring the closing theme, “Saihate” (The Farthest Reaches), to life.
A Grand Celebration at New York Comic Con
Altogether, VIZ Media, announced that they will host a panel at the upcoming New York Comic Con on October 8. After the premier event at the convention, which will generate anticipation for the anime’s release. The series is expected to run for a quarter of a year, ensuring an extended and thrilling return to the world of BLEACH.
BLEACH English Dub Cast Release Date
BLEACH: Thousand Year Blood War is set to premiere on October 10 in Japan on TV Tokyo. As the premiere date draws near, countless anime enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting the return of this epic and beloved series.
Frequently Asked Question
When will the BLEACH English Dub adaptation be released?
The anime is scheduled to premiere on October 10 in Japan.
Who are some of the returning voice actors for the BLEACH English Dub Cast of the Thousand Year Blood War arc?
The original BLEACH English Dub cast, including Johnny Yong Bosch, Michelle Ruff, Derek Stephen Prince, Stephanie Sheh, Wally Wingert, and Doug Erholtz, will be returning to voice their respective characters.
Will the original Japanese voice cast also be returning for the BLEACH English Dub adaptation of the Thousand Year Blood War arc?
Yes, the original Japanese voice cast from the first BLEACH anime will be reprising their roles in the BLEACH English Dub. Even for characters who have not yet appeared in the anime.Source: VizMedia Official Twitter