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Shonen Jump: Bleach Volume 12 (Episodes 46-49)

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Lieutenant Momo Hinamori recalls her days in training at the Soul Reaper Academy, where she first met Captain Sosuke Aizen. In the present, the letter Aizen left for her at his death scene leads Momo to believe she has identified his killer... While Ichigo and Renji train with Yoruichi to achieve bankai, Rukia recalls a bit of her own past in a dream that she believes will prepare her to face her execution--which has been moved up to the next day!

Contains episodes 46-49

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Ichigo strives to achieve a greater level of power and masteryover his Zanpak-tô sword, but the focus of these episodes of Bleach shifts away from him and his friends: The viewer learns more about the Soul Reapers through a series of confrontations and flashbacks. Renji, who's joined Ichigo's side, was a fiercely competitive student: when a giant Hollow attacked his class during a training mission, he, Izuru, and Hinamori fought it off until help arrived. Hinamori is also a childhood friend of Toshiro, the child prodigy-captain. Yet she believes he was involved in the assassination of her beloved Captain Aizen. While these internecine battles threaten to destroy the Soul Society, Rukia quietly awaits her execution. But the Sokyuku, the blade that will be used to kill her, may to be more important than any individual's life. Despite the shifting focus, director Noriyuki Abe keeps the action exciting and the story moving briskly.(Rated "Teen," suitable for ages 13 and older: violence, grotesque imagery) --Charles Solomon

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  • Actors: Bleach
  • Directors: na
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: VIZ VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: March 31, 2009
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001BP14D0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #153,857 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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You are probably wondering why I didn't give this such a great review. Well it isn't because the episodes are bad its mainly because it was in volume . I originally used to watch the DVDs in volumes because I figured they were cheaper than the seasons. But I figured out that the bleach volumes will come to an end much like Naruto shupudden volumes. So I recommend you purchase the bleach uncut box set 3 which collects all of the episodes of the rescue arc, if you are just starting to watch bleach . But you'll have to watch episodes on volumes 23-26 to see the whole bount arc .
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Of all the volumes of "Bleach" thus far, the twelfth is the first to focus almost exclusively on the Soul Reapers, not on our odd little band of heroes.

In fact, we get two whole episodes of solid backstory for the various Soul Reapers we've become attached to -- and in the present, the captains are suspecting each other and unearthing the roots of a very nasty conspiracy. It may start off on a rosy, mildly humorous note, but the story becomes progressively grimmer right up to the truly tragic ending.

As the three lieutenants Renji, Momo and Kira all sit in prison for different reasons, we see a flashback to their early days at the Soul Reaper Academy. They were among the elite students, and so ended up on a special field trip that Shuhei Hisagi was leading -- which went horribly wrong when a horde of enormous Hollows appeared, attacking the older trainee. They were only saved by the arrival of two very familiar Soul Reapers...

When Momo escapes from her cell, Hitsugaya goes after Gin Ichimaru, intent on killing him before Momo can do it herself. But when Momo arrives she attacks "Li'l Shiro" instead, claiming that her beloved Captain Aizen identified him as a destructive traitor. Hitsugaya must somehow subdue his hysterical friend without killing her -- just before he turns his ice sword's awesome power against Gin.

And then a shocking announcement is made: Rukia's execution is set for the next day -- and Ichigo hasn't yet reached bankai. As her death approaches, Rukia thinks back on a terrible event many years ago, when she befriended Captain Ukitake's lieutenant, Kaien Shiba. But

There's always been a dark undertone to many of "Bleach's" characters, since most of them have lost someone to the Hollows.
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I dig this anime from the charters to the story lines and yes even the filler arc's. For those who do not know a filler arc is where the story leaves the manga. This would be the after rukia's attempted rescue. they way this anime moves along with the story and the fact that the subtitled epi's are as good if not better than the dub epi's. this show is very intresting when you learn all the key players! well worth adding to a collection. though it's very much still on going with over 200+ epi's out in japan and more being made as i type this.
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