History of Bleach Series

Bleach is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tite Kubo. Bleach is a 200+ manga series (which evolved to anime show ) which follows the adventures of Ichigo Kurosaki. Ichigo becomes a Soul Reaper (Shinigami) that is very similar to Grim Reaper in American culture. Ichigo becomes a Soul Reaper when obtaining the forces from Rukia Kuchiki. Accepting the job of getting a Soul Reaper inquires that Ichigo defends people from evil spirits and forcing them in the afterlife.

As a Japanese manga, Bleach was gathered into 58 volumes. Better called tankobon voulmes, every publication has a poem which discusses the personality set on the cover. Back in Japan, 500 and chapters are published in Japan. From the English variants, chapter titles are written in English with katakana above every one of these. Back in Japan, ebooks have been published in colour from 2-12 for the Soul Societ arc amounts.
Bleach was released to an animated television show by Studio Pierrot for 2 years (2004-2012). Adult Swim (Cartoon Network) started running Bleach in 2006 at the USA.
Selling millions of copies in Japan, America is just a fan of Bleach. U.S. lovers have produced Bleach a high ten animated series in 2006-2008.
Additionally, four attributes were published according to the Bleach series. The manager is the exact same Noriyuki Abe who led the cartoon collection. Characteristics are published each December with the earliest in 2006.
Rock musicals were made in 2005, covering Soul Society arcs, along with the Substitute.
A trading card game (two really ) were made and published beginning in 2004. The launch of an English variant began in 2007. As of 2008, six collections were published along with a seventh group has been stopped due to the downturn and lost of earnings for this.
An artbook premiered in Europe, Together with the anticipated United State and Japan. The compilation supplied colour art work in the writer and originals including comment.
Tite Kubo united with the other writer to make two books that were published in 2006 and 2008. All these novles have been an opinion of the dark side rather than Ichigo's experience.
Over 75 and million copies of this Japanese manga Bleach series have been marketed as of 2012, and with North America selling 1 million, Bleach has turned in the best-selling manga series of all time. Prizes have lined up in the Bleach collection door with Shogakukan Manga Award, and much more.