A few days ago, a new Burn the Witch trailer was released and we now have an English subtitled version thanks to Crunchyroll, who have also revealed the time the first episode becomes available.
Bleach creator Tite Kubo's Burn the Witch was initially announced for a short 4 chapter run but it appears that the new addition to Weekly Shonen Jump might be a seasonal title.
"Bleach" creator Tite Kubo's new four chapter manga, Burn the Witch
is set to release on October 2nd, but it's also listed as "Volume 1" - hinting at more to come.
The newest anime project from "Bleach" creator, Tike Kubo heads to Crunchyroll for international streaming in three separate episodes starting October 2nd.
The Tite Kubo one-shot Burn the Witch will officially become an ongoing manga series in Weekly Shonen Jump starting August 24. However, don't expect it to be a long-running series...
Here's a recap of what was disclosed during last night's livestream for the projects that Weekly Shonen Jump and manga creator Tite Kubo will be creating to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Bleach.
Tite Kubo's 2018 one-shot Burn the Witch, (which turned out to be a surprise spinoff of Bleach) will become a serialized manga in Weekly Shonen Jump and receive an anime adaptation this Fall.
Time zone differences mean it's already Thursday in Japan and the latest issue of Weekly Shonen Jump has leaked one day early to reveal that the Bleach TV anime will return for the final manga arc.
Before AnimeJapan 2020s cancelation, Tite Kubo was expected to unveil his next project while Weekly Shonen Jump planned to pull back the curtain on a special 20th-anniversary project for Bleach.
Anime Japan is rapidly approaching and the tease of a new Bleach project and celebration of the shonen series' 20th anniversary has fans buzzing about a potential anime revival.