As a rule, I watch every episode of an anime at least once, this remains true with Bleach. After that, when I rewatch anime though, I tend to skip over the filler material. In the case of Bleach, there are entire seasons devoted to filler material. As such, I have included the filler episodes and arcs as well as which episodes to watch to get the whole story without interruptions.
I recently completed a 30 question series for One Piece over 30 days and I really had fun with it. So I decided to take a brief break and then start up again with 30 questions for myself and my fellow Bleach fans. Like with the One Piece questions, these are suitable for both the anime and manga.
is extremely violent. I had been aiming for Koujaku. The anime tames this guy and I most certainly had no idea what I was in for.
I am openly inviting my fellow anime and manga fans, bloggers and peeps to take on these questions too. I am sharing the questions before hand, so that we are all able to think, plan and, if need be, schedule. I personally will be answering one question per day and asking my anime groups and communities a question daily for 30 days.
With older anime like Bleach and Naruto, it became common to have filler episodes. These filler episodes were done as ways to wait for the source material, the manga, to get enough content to adapt. These filler episodes can be a range of things from flashbacks and recaps. The fillers can also have original plots and characters or even ‘ranking’ episodes.
Hellsing is a household name when it comes to anime featuring vampires. Not a single list about anime vampires will miss the opportunity to feature it and with good reason. I originally reviewed Hellsing on my blog back in 2016 when I had not yet settled in on a style or format. Thus, I decided to relook it and add some of the details that were missing and bulk up my initial 100 word review.