‘BLEACH’ Sajin Komamura transforms! ‘The coolness numbed me!’

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Episode 4 (Episode 17) of the final chapter of the TV anime “BLEACH,” “BLEACH Thousand-Year Blood War Hen,” the 2nd-hour “BLEACH Thousand-Year Blood War Hen-Farewell Tan-” was broadcast on the 29th.

A scene cut of Sajin Komamura using the technique of humanization has been released on the official SNS. It was thought the formation would be reversed as the captains regained the swastika. However, the Knights of the Star Cross, whose powers have been released by the Exterminator and the Complete Communion, hunt down the Shinigami even more.

Mako Hirako, fighting with the power of the reverse stroke, fell after being hit by the Bambietta’s bombing, but Sajin Komamura, who was wearing armor, returned there.

On the other hand, Haschwald, who had been quietly facing Kyoraku, began to move to break down the rivalry in the battle situation but praised Ise Nanao’s ability to block the attack accurately.

Sajin Komamura changed his appearance due to the humanization technique, and on the Internet, “I was stunned by Captain Komamura’s coolness!” The captain is excellent, and if I had released him as a human sooner, I might have lost his individuality and fashionableness, so it’s best to remove him at this point…” “It was better than when I read the original scene of Captain Komamura. “Hey,” and “I like how the characters who initially hide their faces with armor wake up and reveal their true faces.”

Bleach, serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2001 to 2016, depicts the activities of Ichigo Kurosaki, the main character, who meets the Shinigami Rukia Kuchiki and gains the power of the Shinigami and his companions. Story.

The cumulative circulation of the comic has exceeded 130 million copies. In addition to being made into a game and a live-action movie starring Sota Fukushi in 2018, a TV animation was broadcast from 2004 to 2012. The “Thousand-Year Blood War” is scheduled to be produced until the end of the original, and the TV animation broadcast has been broadcast for the first time in about ten years since March 2012, and the first course was broadcast from October to December 2022.

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