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Burn the Witch: the new one-shot of Tite Kubo suggests a future for Bleach?

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Published on Jul 13, 2018

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Through the pages of the 33° the number of "Weekly Shonen Jump" (Shueisha), which is available in Japan for purchase from Saturday, July 14, 2018 in the special publication for the 50 years of the magazine, Tite Kubo will reemerge with a new one-shot manga (so not a regular series, but only one chapter) titled " Burn the Witch. The chapter special will be composed of a total of 62 pages and narrate the story of a London to the reverse with witches and dragons.

The chapter in the manga begins with a beautiful color plate with some of the leading figures of the project the manga created by Kubo. Here it is below:

Tite Kubo's " Burn the Witch One Shot Colorspread. pic.twitter.com/r5hAot1x3x

— YonkouProductions (@YonkouProd) July 12, 2018

As usual appeared online the advances of the one-shot, and many users have had the opportunity to read it and share it through social networks.

Many fans of Tite Kubo who, remember, is not published on "Weekly Shonen Jump" from 2016 i.e. from the conclusion of the international success of Bleach (2001-2016), shared some paintings for the comic, and not only do we learn that the story is about a sort of romantic comedy with plenty of action, but it seems to have a connection with the Bleach, and that suggests a kind of future for the same franchise that for many it is now buried, as more and more clues lead us to believe as this is not entirely true.

In fact, as noted by JaymesHanson, Twitter user credited on the timeliness of Bleach, the final page is written “Burn the Witch”. All regular if not all the letters are in white, except the ones that form the word BLEACH. In fact, it seems that the author has purposely written a “Burn the Witch” and colored in black, those that make “Bleach”.

In addition to this there is another sign, reported by the author, translated into a sentence that reads “this world is not finished”. If we connect, then, that on the last page there is a reference to Bleach, and the sentence just given, it is easy to deduce that, probably, Shueisha and Tite Kubo have said definitely goodbye to the franchise.

Below:

I'm going to confirm it. I have no source or whatever. That this as you will but, I'll be the first to say it. Bleach will carry on Either though Anime or a Sequel. Read the Black Letters and the Japanese says. "This world isn't over" pic.twitter.com/GZvtrijWUP

— JaymesHanson (@JaymesHanson) July 12, 2018

Published by JUMP World on Thursday 12 July 2018

Finally, yet another test that allows us to think in this direction of the link is that this one-shot is set in the universe of Bleach. According to the tables which have appeared online, the one-shot shows the location of the Soul Society: the West Branch. The Soul Society is one of the main locations of Bleach, therefore the events of " Burn the Witch takes place in those of Bleach, in fact.

Soul Society: the West Branch from bleach

That is a teaser for the return of the animated series? This is what many fans are expecting, rather than a sequel to the manga.

What is described is only a theory and nothing is confirmed or announced by the publisher or by the author. However, something really could be in the pipeline. Wait and as soon as we know more, as usual, we will inform you.

Man Kubo can't draw Backgro... Oh pic.twitter.com/fAUwQBGgaI

— JaymesHanson (@JaymesHanson) July 12, 2018

Niha Noel? I'll post no spoilers 🤗🤗 pic.twitter.com/gbXV0H1jUD

— JaymesHanson (@JaymesHanson) July 12, 2018

Nini? Yes. There is arm snapping in this chapter. It's still edgy Kubo :) pic.twitter.com/hgtsI1c8aD

— JaymesHanson (@JaymesHanson) July 12, 2018

You guys gonna dig Burn The Witch pic.twitter.com/ne8vXIi5Ju

— JaymesHanson (@JaymesHanson) July 12, 2018

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 (including one, video games, special animation, feature films, merchandising and even a movie in live action that will arrive on the 20 August 2018 in the halls of the japanese.

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