Viz Media Releases 'Bleach' 20th-Anniversary Special Manga Chapter in English

Free to read exclusively on ‘Shonen Jump’s MANGA Plus service.

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Officially released in this year’s 35th issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine in Japan, the 20th-anniversary special manga chapter for Bleach is available now in English.

Free to read exclusively on Viz Media‘s Shonen Jump MANGA Plus service, the new one-shot for Tite Kubo’s beloved series features 76-pages with a full-color cover. Picking up where the Thousand-Year Blood War Arc ended, the special chapter sees familiar characters return sporting new looks along with a few new faces. The 20th-anniversary special manga chapter, unfortunately, ends with a cliffhanger with the phrase “New Breathes From Hell.” Though it is interesting to note the phrase in its original Japanese, “Gokui Meimei-hen,” utilizes a character for “hen” commonly denoting the title of an arc.

Head over to Viz Media’s Shonen Jump MANGA Plus service to read the Bleach 20th-anniversary special manga chapter in English now.

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