Date And Time Of The Release Of Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War Episode 10

Ichigo and Renji wrap up their therapy on Kirinji and then go for Episode 10. Details for Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War, titled “The Battle,” is provided below.

Release Date of Episode 10 of Bleach: The Thousand Year Blood War

On Monday, December 12, Episode 10 of Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War will be made available to the public. On Tuesday, December 13, at midnight JST, the episode will premiere in Japan.

Disney+ and Hulu are both streaming the show at the same time. Episodes will be available in English with subtitles 30 minutes after they air in Japan. On Monday, the similar schedule in the US would be as follows:

10:30 a.m. ET
9:30 a.m. CT
7:30 a.m. PT
Stream Bleach on Disney+ or Hulu to catch up on the Thousand Year Blood War.

Summary of Episode 9 of Bleach: The Thousand Year Blood War

After receiving care from Kirinji, Ichigo and Renji’s wounds have healed. Kirinji, after having sent them to Kirio, thinks about how much they, especially Ichigo, have to offer. But in the meantime, Shunsui has been promoted to Head Captain. He makes Ise and Okikiba, his lieutenants. His other goal is to pass on his knowledge of Zaraki Zanjutsu. He entrusts Unohana with the task.

Kirio serves Ichigo and Renji a variety of foods in her palace. As much as the two enjoy the meal, Ichigo worries that their stay with Squad Zero is only for fun and games. As Renji points out, their primary purpose in being there is to rest and recharge before returning to training. Hikifune elaborates on how the Soul King’s authority and the Soul Society’s legacy are incorporated into their rituals. She forebodes what awaits them in the palace of Nimaiya, the guy who invented Zanpakuto.

In the dungeon of the prison, Zaraki and Unohana face off. Unohana has already declared Zaraki to be helpless before she even begins. During the battle, Unohana remarks on how weak Zaraki is. Zaraki, meanwhile, reflects on how much he admired Unohana in the past. He had the sudden impression that he had passed away. But the conflict between them persists.

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