Bleach Collection 18 Anime DVD Review

Bleach Uncut Box Set 1


Bleach Beat Collection 5 (Session 2) – RUKIA y ORIHIME

Bleach Collection 9 features the series defining moment, but it also features some pretty terrible filler episode. Regardless of the filler, that defining moment helped to raise this collection to the greatest heights the series has thus far reached and for that..

This time around we nothing new besides the regular Production art, textless songs and trailers. I personally wish that Viz would give us commentary on these Bleach collections. Imagine Johnny Yong Bosch and Stephanie Sheh doing commentary on the Goodbye, Halcyon Days episode? That would have been amazing, unfortunately that isn’t what Viz has in mind it appears.

Bleach Beat Collection 1 (Session 3) – ULQUIORRA

Bleach Beat Collection 4th Session:03 Shusuke Amagai and Makoto Kifune
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Monochrome Makoto Kifune Song
Uragawa Flip Side Shusuke Amagai and Makoto Kifune Song

Bleach Beat Collection 2 (Session 3) – GRIMMJOW

A number of additional collections have been released. Two volumes were released as "The Best", with each volume containing 24 songs each on two discs; the first volume released March 21, 2007 and the second on March 18, 2009. The "Bleach Breathless Collection" contains six releases featuring five tracks of the individual Soul Reaper. The six volumes feature Ichigo, Rukia, Renji, Toshiro, Shuhei, and Byakuya, respectively. Three season CD sets, each containing six volumes, have been released in Japan.

The soundtrack of was composed by , released in 4 volumes and an anniversary box set. A series of character song albums, the "Bleach Beat Collection" albums, and best-of albums composed of the theme songs have also been released, all by .