It’s funny that I put up my first book review on this blog a month or two back, then suddenly I had my first book review for Anime UK News! “Can’t Fear Your Own World” is a light novel set after the end of the manga series and sees to the job of tying up a bunch of loose ends. Does the first third of this story do the job? Click HERE to find out!
Some sort of quote relating to ending with a whimper rather than a bang would fit well here… I reviewed the final volume of the Bleach manga for Anime UK News, and it can be found HERE. Ah well… at the last first two and a half arc were great!
Now I’m sure some of you are rolling your eyes here, but think back to Bleach when it was in its beginning, this arc (of again, smaller stories) and the second, bigger arc (the Soul Society Arc) are frankly brilliant, it’s only during the endless Arrancar Arc where things started slowly turning south, and then… yeah. But this isn’t an overall look at Shonen Jump! series, this is debut arcs, and I honestly think Bleach did it best (of the ones I’ve seen / read). With these first fourteen episodes you get a good feel for not only our lead protagonist, but for nearly all his surrounding cast, meaning we truly feel like we know the unit when they then have to jump head first into danger in the next arc. Let’s take a closer look and round off this Top 5!
My review of the penultimate volume of Bleach is now up on Anime UK News HERE. Doesn’t time fly, eh?
Taking a break from the live action hero-athon that’s ended up happening this week, my review of Bleach manga volume 72 can be read HERE. We’re getting ever closer to the end…
My review of the 71st volume of the Bleach Manga has gone up on Anime UK News, and can be found HERE. Only four volumes left!
My latest Anime UK News review is of the 70th Volume of the Bleach Manga, and it can be found HERE .