Bleach, Vol. 29 Paperback
by Tite Kubo
Cleaning up the afterlife - one spirit at a time! R to L (Japanese Style). Cleaning up the afterlife - one spirit at a time! Ever since he was little, Ichigo Kurosaki has been able to see the spirits of the dead, so when a teenage girl materializes through his bedroom wall, this should be no call for alarm.
Rukia Kuchiki is a shinigami, a member of the mysterious Soul Society that is charged with capturing rogue ghosts, and is hot on the trail of an evil spirit.
But in the ensuing confrontation, Ichigo absorbs Rukia's powers, giving him the ability to not only see the undead, but to fight them as well.
Now this 15-year-old high school student begins a brand new vocation: hyperkinetic, all-purpose ghost-busting.
With enough attitude to make a grown ghost blush, Ichigo and crew are taking on the after-life one ghoulie at time.
The Slashing Opera Ichigo and his friends knew invading Hueco Mundo wouldn't be easy, but even the lesser Arrancars are pushing them to their limits!
Can Ichigo, Uryu and Chad find the inner strength to overcome the first line of attack, or will Orihime be stuck in Hueco Mundo forever?!
Ichigo Kurosaki never asked for the ability to see ghosts--he was born with the gift.
When his family is attacked by a Hollow--a malevolent lost soul--Ichigo becomes a Soul Reaper, dedicating his life to protecting the innocent and helping the tortured spirits themselves find peace.
Find out why Tite Kubo's Bleach has become an international manga smash-hit!
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 208 pages
- Publisher: Viz Media, Subs. of Shogakukan Inc
- Publication Date: 01/12/2009
- Category: Comics and Graphic Novels
- ISBN: 9781421523873
- Paperback from £8.35
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Review by AbSc0603
In this book it leads into another very long fight scene. -sigh- those are my least favorite parts. I haven't been in these types of fights before (well no one has ever battled with a real hollow or espada before) but I don't think they talk as much...
Review by Kassilem
Lots of fighting here, with occasional moments of comical conversations. Most of the fights are focused on Uryuu and Chad, so that they can develop some more. Chad probably talks more in this volume then he does in the rest of the books together. Not much to this one, besides action.