Bleach: when Tite Kubo was also at anime
Tite Kubo, the author, who has written and illustrated Bleach, not only has offered his art for the enjoyment of many readers of manga around the world, but has carved out space in its hellish days of serialization, devoting himself to the animated series (unfortunately still unfinished) inspired by the same franchise.
Precisely Tite Kubo has, in part, responsible for the design of the characters in the anime (usually manga artists do not take part in the production staff souls), and in the course of the last hours of Masashi Kudo, one of the leaders among the animators of Bleach, he wished to remind the mangaka japanese in the day in which he served his first contribution in the animation.
Through the official profile Twitter to Kudo, here's the first animation of Kubo-sensei with Ichigo Kurosaki intent to wear a Badge:
— 工藤昌史🚩(土)西れ56a (@Kudo_M_) November 16, 2019
In the caption of the video above is just the facilitator has to acknowledge that this is the first animation on pencil drawing made by Tite Kubo.
Unfortunately, the animated series, produced by Studio Pierrot, was interrupted in march 2012 and still as of today there are rumors of a possible shooting.
Tite Kubo has thrown Bleach in 2001 on the "Weekly Shonen Jump" (Shueisha) and it was concluded on the 22nd of August 2016. The manga has racked up 686 chapters which were collected in 74 volume was. Also, the manga has inspired an animated series broadcast on TV Tokyo, novels, video games, special animation, feature films, merchandising and even a movie in live action, released 20 August 2018 in the halls of the japanese. From 14 September 2018 Netflix has made available for viewing in Italy of the live action.
In Italy, the manga has been published entirely by Planet Manga (Panini Comics).
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