Welcome to Bleach!!!

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    Welcome to Bleach.

    Ichigo Kurosaki is not a regular 15 year old boy. He never asked for the ability to see ghosts--he was born with the gift.

    When his family is attacked by a Hollow (a malevolent lost soul) Ichigo gets help from a female Shinigami named Rukia Kuchiki. Shinigami is translated as God of Death also known as Soul Reaper.

    With the only choice left to save Ichigo’s family Rukia precedes to transfer her Shinigami powers to Ichigo. Ichigo then becomes a Shinigami/Soul Reaper.

    At this time Ichigo discovers his dedication to protect the innocent with living or dead and help the tortured spirits find peace.

    The story doesn’t end there. Rukia did something that a Shinigami must never do. They must never transfer Shinigami power’s to a human being and stay in the human being world to long. She had to stay because Ichigo took too much of her power. She could no longer be a Soul Reaper.

    Two Shinigami’s from Soul Society take Rukia away where she will be put to death. Ichigo vows he will save the life of the Soul Reaper who saved his life.

    However, there’s more to going to Soul Society just to save Rukia’s life. There are traitors in Soul Society playing everything out like they see fit. Ichigo and the rest of Soul Society must figure out who these traitors are and what they want with Rukia. Soul Society, along with Ichigo, must be prepared for what these traitors wish to do to Soul Society and the rest of the human world.

    Anime Episodes

    Bleach (TV) - Over 130 episodes and ongoing, Licensed and released by Viz Media.
    Bleach: Memories in the Rain (OAV 1) – 1 episode
    Bleach: The Sealed Sword Frenzy (OAV 2) – 1 episode
    Bleach Rock Musical (Musical Special) – Live Action music performance
    Bleach: Memories of Nobody (Movie 1) – 87 minutes
    Bleach: The Diamond Dust Rebellion (Movie 2)(Sequel to the Movie 1) – Releases 12-22-07 in theatres in Japan.

    Bleach – 28 Volumes and ongoing, Licensed and Released by Viz

    Video Games
    PlayStation 2
    Bleach: Erabareshi Tamashii (Selected Soul) (Released in Japanese)
    Bleach: Hanatareshi Yabou (Released in Japanese)
    Bleach: Blade Battlers (Released in Japanese)
    Bleach: Blade Battlers 2 (Released in Japanese)

    Game Cube
    Bleach GC: Tasogare Ni Mamieru Shinigami (Released in Japanese)

    Nintendo DS
    Bleach DS: Souten ni Kakeru Unmei (to be released as Bleach: The Fate of Blade in North America)
    Bleach DS 2nd: Kokui Hirameku Requiem (Released in Japanese)
    Jump Superstars (crossover between several manga and anime series) (Released in Japanese)
    Jump Ultimate Stars (crossover between several manga and anime series) (Released in Japanese)

    Game Boy Advance
    Bleach Advance: Kurenai ni Somaru Soul Society (Released in Japanese)

    PlayStation Portable (PSP)
    Bleach: Heat the Soul (Released in Japanese)
    Bleach: Heat the Soul 2 (Released in Japanese)
    Bleach: Heat the Soul 3 (Released in Japanese)
    Bleach: Heat the Soul 4 (Released in Japanese)

    Bleach Wii: Hakujin Kirameku Rondo (to be released as Bleach: Shattered Blade in North America)

    Story and Art By: Tite Kubo's
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