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Bleach movies arrive in the Apple TV+ catalog with Latin dubbing




Bleach fans will now be able to enjoy more of the franchise starring Ichigo Kurosaki legally. And the 4 films originating from the anime produced by Studio Pierrot have been added to the catalog of the renowned streaming platform Apple TV+debuting at the same time with Latin Spanish dubbing.

Today, the streaming service belonging to the Apple brand has discreetly announced its most recent alliance with the renowned anime and manga distributor VIZ Media to be able to include those titles that are under its license in the catalog of said service. its first titles including the 4 original Bleach films. Which are the following:

  • Bleach: Memories of Nobody
  • Bleach: The Diamond Dust Rebellion
  • Bleach: Fade to Black
  • Bleach: The Hell Verse

However, the biggest surprise about this news is that These films debuted within the Apple TV+ service with dubbing into Latin Spanish. Which later did not have this option. As for the information about the dubbing itself, it was announced that it has been given continuity by both the production team and the voice cast. That is, Grupo Macías as the company behind the recording of this project and the cast headed by

  • Eduardo Garza as Ichigo Kurosaki
  • Liliana Barba as Rukia Kuchiki
  • Claudia Motta as Orihime Inoue
  • Luis Fernando Orozco as Toshiro Hitsugaya
  • Irene Jimenez as Rangiku Matsumoto
  • Gabriel Ortiz as Renji Abarai (These films being his last works as the character after his unexpected death at the end of 2023)

And in this way, continuity continued with the respective voice replacements from the last batch of dubbed episodes of the first anime. Among them:

  • Armando Guerrero as Uryu Ishida
  • Carlos Reynoso as Yasutora Sado “Chad”
  • Javier Otero like Kon
  • Dave Ramos as Byakuya Kuchiki
  • Eduardo Fonseca as Captain General Yamamoto

Last but not least. As was the case with the first anime in its distribution for Latin America, the material on which was based for the dubbing of these 4 titles It was the English dubbing made in the USA also produced by the same VIZ Media. Both in booklets and in the reference audio.

The franchise that was born in the manga created by Tite Kubo has given a lot to talk about in recent years after a series of anticipated developments, the most talked about being its most recent anime adaptation of the last arc of his manga (Thousand Years-Blood War ), its most recent One-Shot sequel manga and of course, the dubbing of its remaining chapters of the first anime (from 230 to 366) released in early 2023 through the Star+ streaming platform. It should be noted that to date, the aforementioned platform preserves the 2 installments of this popular anime exclusively.

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