Bleach, Volume 18

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VIZ Media LLC, Apr 3, 2007 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
53 Reviews
Cleaning up the afterlife – one spirit at a time!

R to L (Japanese Style). Cleaning up the afterlife – one spirit at a time!

Ichigo Kurosaki 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 becomes a Soul Reaper, dedicating his life to protecting the innocent and helping the tortured spirits themselves find peace. Find out why Tite Kubo's Bleach has become an international manga smash-hit!

 

The rebellion within the Soul Society grows as doubts spread about the death sentence of ex-Soul Reaper Rukia Kuchiki. Determined to save her, Rukia's childhood friend Renji vows to cut down the captain of his own squad, unaware of the terrifying fate that awaits him.

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User Review  - Kassilem - LibraryThing

Again, I find I'm really not interested in what is going on here. The series has lost my investment. It has dragged on too long at this point. It's the last arc though and I'm still hoping for a badass ending. I'm willing to keep going a few more volumes to see how it finally ends. Read full review

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User Review  - Kassilem - LibraryThing

This was a low rated volume for me. I really don't like the Giselle Gewelle character. Not at all. I'm not really interested in this one and one battles. I'd like to see what happens in the plot not all these side trips. Read full review

Contents

The Deathberry Returns 33
Redoundable DeedsRedoubtable Babies 119
Welcome to Purgatory 145
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About the author (2007)

Bleach is author Tite Kubo's second title. Kubo made his debut with ZombiePowder, a four-volume series for Weekly Shonen Jump. To date, Bleach has been translated into numerous languages and has also inspired an animated TV series that began airing in Japan in 2004. Beginning its serialization in 2001, Bleach is still a mainstay in the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump. In 2005, Bleach was awarded the prestigious Shogakukan Manga Award in the shonen (boys) category.

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