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List Of Bleach Volumes
Volume
Volume
is the quantity of three-dimensional space enclosed by a closed surface, for example, the space that a substance (solid, liquid, gas, or plasma) or shape occupies or contains.[1] Volume
Volume
is often quantified numerically using the SI derived unit, the cubic metre. The volume of a container is generally understood to be the capacity of the container; i. e., the amount of fluid (gas or liquid) that the container could hold, rather than the amount of space the container itself displaces. Three dimensional
Three dimensional
mathematical shapes are also assigned volumes. Volumes of some simple shapes, such as regular, straight-edged, and circular shapes can be easily calculated using arithmetic formulas. Volumes of complicated shapes can be calculated with integral calculus if a formula exists for the shape's boundary
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Tankōbon
Tankōbon
Tankōbon
(単行本, "independent/standalone book") is the Japanese term for a book that is complete in itself and is not part of a series or corpus. In modern Japan, though, it is most often used in reference to individual volumes of a single manga, as opposed to magazines (雑誌, zasshi), which feature multiple series.[1][2]Contents1 Japanese comics 2 Special
Special
formats2.1 Aizōban 2.2 Kanzenban 2.3 Sōshūhen 2.4 Bunkoban 2.5 Wide-ban 2.6 Shinsōban3 ReferencesJapanese comics[edit]This tankōbon (here, Love Hina
Love Hina
#11) is smaller than this English tankōbon (here, Genshiken
Genshiken
#8).Typically, Japanese comics are first published in thick, phone-book-sized weekly or monthly anthology manga magazines (such as Afternoon, Weekly Shōnen Jump, or Hana to Yume)
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Bleach (season 12)
The episodes of the twelfth season of the Bleach anime series, released on DVD as the Arrancar: Decisive Battle of Karakura arc (破面・空座決戦篇, Arankaru Karakura Kessen Hen),[1] aired from March to July 2009.[2][3] They are directed by Noriyuki Abe, and produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu and Studio Pierrot. The 17-episode season is based on Tite Kubo's Bleach manga series.[4] The plot continues to show the fight between the Soul Reapers against Sōsuke Aizen's army of arrancars, with the former defending Karakura Town, and the latter planning to use Karakura Town to invade and destroy Soul Society
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Bleach (season 2)
The Soul Society: The Sneak Entry arc (尸魂界・潜入篇, Sōru Sosaeti Sennyū Hen) is the second season of the Bleach anime series, containing 21 episodes. The episodes are directed by Noriyuki Abe, and produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu and Studio Pierrot.[1] In the English release by Viz Media, the title is translated as The Entry.[2] The episodes are based on Tite Kubo's Bleach manga series. The episodes' plot centers on Ichigo Kurosaki and his friends' journey to the Soul Society in order to save Soul Reaper Rukia Kuchiki from her impending execution. The arc initially ran from March to July 2005 in Japan on TV Tokyo.[3][4] The first English airing of the series lasted from February 3 to July 14, 2007.[5] It was shown on YTV's Bionix programming block in Canada and Adult Swim in the United States.[6] The episodes use five pieces of theme music: two opening themes and three ending themes
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Bleach (season 3)
The Soul Society: The Rescue arc (尸魂界 救出篇, Sōru Sosaeti Kyūshutsu Hen) is the third season of the Bleach anime series. In the English adaptation of the anime released by Viz Media, the title of the season is translated as The Rescue.[1] The episodes are directed by Noriyuki Abe, and produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu and Studio Pierrot.[2] The episodes are based on Tite Kubo's Bleach manga series over twenty-two episodes. The episodes' plot centers on Ichigo Kurosaki's and his friends' efforts to save Soul Reaper Rukia Kuchiki from execution by her superiors in the Soul Society. The season initially ran from July 26, 2005, to January 10, 2006, in Japan on TV Tokyo
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Bleach (season 4)
The fourth season of the Bleach anime series was directed by Noriyuki Abe and produced by Studio Pierrot.[1] Like the rest of the series, it follows the adventures of Ichigo Kurosaki, but instead of adapting Tite Kubo's Bleach manga, it features an original, self-contained story arc.[2] The twenty-eight episodes form the Bount arc (バウント篇, Baunto Hen), which focuses on the introduction of the Bount, a race of humans that consume human souls to extend their lives, and their conflicts with Ichigo Kurosaki and his allies. The season initially ran from January 17, 2006 to August 1, 2006 in Japan on TV Tokyo.[3][4] The English adaptation of the season began airing on May 18, 2008 on Adult Swim in the United States, and the last episode of the season aired on December 6, 2008.[5][6] Seven DVD compilations, each containing four episodes of the season, were released by Aniplex between May 24, 2006 to December 20, 2006.[7][8] Viz Media released the season on seventeen DVDs from May 12,
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Bleach (season 5)
The fifth season of the Bleach anime series is named the Bount Assault on Soul Society arc (バウント・尸魂界強襲篇, Baunto Sōru Sosaeti Kyōshū Hen). In the English adaptation of the anime released by Viz Media, the title of the season is translated as The Assault.[1] The episodes are directed by Noriyuki Abe, and produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu and Studio Pierrot.[2] This season and season four are "anime-only", which are not direct adaptations of the Bleach manga by Tite Kubo. Instead, the episodes story focuses on the invasion of the Soul Society, the home of the Soul Reapers, by the Bount, a race of humans that consume human souls to extend their lives.[3] The arc initially ran from August 2006 to January 2007 in Japan on TV Tokyo. It lasted eighteen episodes
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Bleach (season 6)
The sixth season of the Bleach anime series is named the Arrancar: The Arrival arc (破面・出現篇, Arankaru Shutsugen Hen). In the English adaptation of the anime released by Viz Media, the title of the season is translated as The Arrancar.[1] The episodes are directed by Noriyuki Abe, and produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu and Studio Pierrot.[2] The season's twenty-two episodes are based on Tite Kubo's Bleach manga series
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Bleach (season 7)
The seventh season of the Bleach anime series is named the Arrancar: The Hueco Mundo Sneak Entry arc (破面・虚圏 潜入篇, Arankaru Weko Mundo Sennyū Hen). In the English adaptation of the anime released by Viz Media, the title of the season is translated as The Hueco Mundo.[1] The episodes are directed by Noriyuki Abe, and produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu and Studio Pierrot.[2] The twenty episodes featured in the season are based on Tite Kubo's Bleach manga series. The season follows Ichigo Kurosaki's journey to Hueco Mundo to rescue Orihime Inoue, who was kidnapped by the arrancar under the command of former Soul Reaper captain Sōsuke Aizen
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Bleach (season 8)
The eighth season of the Bleach anime series is named the Arrancar: The Fierce Fight arc (破面・激闘篇, Arankaru Gekitō Hen).[1] The episodes are directed by Noriyuki Abe, and produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu and Studio Pierrot.[2] Based on Tite Kubo's Bleach manga series, the episodes' plot centers on Ichigo Kurosaki's and his friends' battle against the Espada, the strongest members of former Soul Reaper captain Sōsuke Aizen's army, to save Orihime Inoue. The season aired from December 2007 to April 2008.[3][4] The English adaptation of the Bleach anime is licensed by Viz Media,[5] and this arc began airing on September 26, 2009 and ended November 21, 2009 on Adult Swim.[6][7] Four DVD compilations, each containing four episodes of the season, were released by Aniplex between May 28, 2008 and August 27, 2008 in Japan.[1][8] Viz Media released the season in two separate DVD boxes during 2011 on June 21 and September 6
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Bleach (season 9)
The ninth season of the Bleach anime series is named The New Captain Shūsuke Amagai arc (新隊長天貝繍助篇, Shin Taichō Amagai Shūsuke Hen). The series is based on Tite Kubo's manga series
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Bleach (season 10)
The tenth season of the Bleach anime series, released on DVD as the Arrancar vs. Shinigami arc (破面・VS.死神篇, Arankaru VS. Shinigami Hen),[1] is directed by Noriyuki Abe, and produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu and Studio Pierrot.[2] The 16-episode season is based on Tite Kubo's manga series. The episodes' plot continues to follow Ichigo Kurosaki's and his friends' battle against the Espada, the strongest of former Soul Reaper Captain Sōsuke Aizen's army, to rescue Orihime Inoue
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Bleach (season 11)
The eleventh season of the Bleach anime series, released on DVD as The Past Arc (過去篇, Kako Hen),[1] is directed by Noriyuki Abe, and produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu and Studio Pierrot.[2] The seven episode season is based on Tite Kubo's Bleach manga series. The episodes' plot follows the flashback arc of the series' storyline which retells the Vizard's past. The season aired from February to March 2009 on TV Tokyo in Japan.[3] The English adaptation of the anime is licensed by Viz Media,[4] which was announced that this season will start airing on May 28, 2011.[5] Aniplex collected the season in a series of two DVD compilations. The first DVD volume was released on November 26, 2009 and the second on December 16, 2009.[1] The episodes use two pieces of theme music: one opening theme and one closing theme
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Bleach (season 13)
The thirteenth season of the Bleach anime series is based on Tite Kubo's manga with the same name. It is known as the Zanpakutō: The Alternate Tale arc (斬魄刀異聞篇, Zanpakutō Ibun Hen),[1] is directed by Noriyuki Abe and produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu, and Studio Pierrot.[2] The episodes' plot focus on a new set of events in which the Soul Reaper's swords, zanpakutō, assume human forms and declare war against their wielders, led by a mysterious man named Muramasa, who is a former zanpakutō. It is also the first season to be produced in 16:9 widescreen. The season began airing on July 28, 2009 until April 6, 2010 on TV Tokyo in Japan.[3][4] The English adaptation of the Bleach anime is licensed by Viz Media,[5] and this season began airing on November 12, 2011 on Adult Swim in the United States, eventually joining the newly relaunched Toonami block on the same network in the middle of airing the season on May 26, 2012
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List Of Bleach Episodes
The episodes of Bleach anime series are based on Tite Kubo's manga series. They are directed by Noriyuki Abe, and produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu and Studio Pierrot. The series follows the adventures of a teenager named Ichigo Kurosaki, who can see spirits and becomes a Soul Reaper after assuming the duties of Soul Reaper Rukia Kuchiki. The episodes have aired since October 5, 2004, on TV Tokyo in Japan. Viz Media obtained the foreign television, home video, and merchandising rights to the Bleach anime from TV Tokyo Corporation and Shueisha on March 15, 2006.[1] Subsequently, Viz Media contracted Studiopolis to create the English adaptation of the anime, and has licensed its individual Bleach merchandising rights to several different companies.[2] The English adaptation of the Bleach anime premiered on Canada's YTV channel in the Bionix programming block on September 8, 2006. Cartoon Network began airing Bleach the following evening as part of Adult Swim
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Bleach (season 14)
The fourteenth season of the Bleach anime series, which is known as the Arrancar: Downfall arc (破面・滅亡篇, Arankaru Metsubō Hen),[1] is directed by Noriyuki Abe, and produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu and Studio Pierrot.[2] The season continues the fight between the Soul Reapers and Sōsuke Aizen's arrancar army as the former defends Karakura Town from the latter's invasion, while Ichigo and his group fight the arrancars in Hueco Mundo to rescue Orihime Inoue. The season aired from April 2010 to 2011.[3] Aniplex collected it in eleven DVD volumes between February 23 and December 14, 2011.[1][4] The English adaptation of the Bleach anime is licensed by Viz Media, and this season started airing on August 11, 2012.[5] The episodes uses six pieces of theme music: two opening themes and four closing themes
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