Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War has confirmed an extra-long season finale, with fans getting more drama along the way.
Staff for the series confirmed that Part 2: The Separation will conclude with a one-hour special on September 30, with the extended slot seeing the 25th and 26th episodes combined.
They also announced that a compilation of the first half of Part 2: The Separation will air on September 2, giving fans another chance to catch up. The compilation will be titled 'The Blood Warfare, Separation [Interlude]'.
Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War began in October 2022, with the series being split into four cours throughout its run. The third cour, which is currently untitled, will likely air in 2024.
In other anime news, My Hero Academia fans will have more content to look forward to, with series creator Kohei Horikoshi confirming that a fourth film is in development alongside the upcoming seventh season.
"A 4th movie for [My Hero Academia] has just been confirmed! And that's thanks to your support, thank you so much!" he wrote in a post on X/Twitter.
"Bones and Toho are already working on new seasons of the anime nonstop, so I was really surprised when they told me there would be a new movie. I couldn't help but think back to my childhood, when a new Dragon Ball movie was released every year.
"Those made me so excited that I remember sitting in the movie theatre with my heart racing like crazy. So I hope the new generation of kids around the world can enjoy this movie just as much as me back then," he concluded.
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