Articles Posted in the " bleach manga review " Category


  • Bleach x 588 Review: The Headless Star 7

    Not a lot happened since issue 585 of Bleach and that’s why I haven’t reviewed them. However, this week’s issue did seem to move the plot forward a bit. Juha Bach reached the Spirit King’s realm, while our heroes stayed busy taking care of the Sternritters in Soul Society. I have to hand it to Juha. […]


  • Bleach x 585 Review: The Headless Star 4

    Finally something happened in this week’s manga issue of Bleach! The Headless Star 4 not only had some cool fight sequences, but reinforcements arrived, and we got to know what the Quincys’ boss planned to do. It was revealed that the main antagonist summoned the huge beam of light in order to travel to the […]


  • Bleach x 583 Review: The Headless Star 2

    I am certain I’m not the only one who is getting bored with the current events in Bleach. This week’s manga was a complete filler issue. It did nothing to progress the plot and it didn’t even end with an exciting cliffhanger. When will Tite Kubo get back to the story? It’s not as if I […]


  • Bleach x 582 Review: The Headless Star

    Okay, I’m getting a bit tired of all the battles now. Where’s the story? What is even happening? I hope Tite Kubo gets back to the plot soon. Ichigo came to Kenpachi’s rescue and fighting the female Sternritters was too easy for him, which was to be expected because he’s the main character. Nothing much […]


  • Bleach x 581 Review: The Hero 2

    This week’s manga issue of Bleach showed what the other characters were doing while Kenpachi was getting attacked by the team of female Sternritters. The person who came to Kenpachi’s rescue was finally revealed, and by the looks of things, the good guys are in need of all the help they can get. I never […]


  • Bleach x 580 Review: The Light

    This week’s manga issue of Bleach picked up right where the previous one left off. We got to know about the powers the group of female antagonists have, fodder shinigami got killed left and right and a mysterious arrival at the end of the issue made the whole thing one hell of a ride. Even […]