History YMMV / Bleach

27th Mar '17 12:36:21 PM Wyldchyld
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** Ulquiorra's second release becomes funny since it seems like a prediction of [[{{Franchise/Pokémon}} Mega Evolution]].



* BaseBreakingCharacter:
** The first camp of fans, the ones who view her as one of the more compelling and likable Shonen heroines, seems to be the majority; most people will admit to either liking Rukia personally or at least respecting her as a character (even if they find others more interesting). The second camp is one that feel she comes across as a bratty SmugSuper who [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale hits Ichigo and Renji when they annoy her without any punishment]].






* BaseBreakingCharacter: Some fans like her because she's a TokenGoodTeammate arrancar and a MsFanservice. Other fans dislike her because she contributes pretty much nothing to the plot, has an unfunny RunningGag where she hurts Ichigo by hugging him too hard and her personality is bland and condescending. This is especially irritating because while Nel got to survive the Hueco Mundo arc, other characters who weren't evil at all and got roped into fighting (Starrk) or the ones who drove the plot and had a lot more CharacterDevelopment (Ulquiorra) didn't.
26th Mar '17 12:03:12 PM TheLuckyCat
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** Ulquiorra's second release becomes funny since it seems like a prediction of [[{{Franchise/Pokémon Mega Evolution]].

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** Ulquiorra's second release becomes funny since it seems like a prediction of [[{{Franchise/Pokémon [[{{Franchise/Pokémon}} Mega Evolution]].
26th Mar '17 12:01:46 PM TheLuckyCat
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** Ulquiorra's second release becomes funny since it seems like a prediction of [[{{Franchise/Pokémon Mega Evolution]].



** Despite being the tallest woman in Bleach, Isane is still very cute.



** The first camp of fans, the ones who view her as one of the more compelling and likable Shonen heroines, seems to be the majority; most people will admit to either liking Rukia personally or at least respecting her as a character (even if they find others more interesting). The second camp is one that feel she comes across as a SmugSuper. Surprisingly, there seems to be very few who feel this way about her (it's not even at VocalMinority levels), at least in those who'll admit it.

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** The first camp of fans, the ones who view her as one of the more compelling and likable Shonen heroines, seems to be the majority; most people will admit to either liking Rukia personally or at least respecting her as a character (even if they find others more interesting). The second camp is one that feel she comes across as a SmugSuper. Surprisingly, there seems to be very few bratty SmugSuper who feel this way about [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale hits Ichigo and Renji when they annoy her (it's not even at VocalMinority levels), at least in those who'll admit it.without any punishment]].




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* StoicWoobie: He's just as hurt by Tousen's betrayal as Kira and Hinamori are about Gin and Aizen, respectively, but he doesn't allow it to interfere with his duties.



* TheWoobie: Her relationship with Gin gets more tragic as the series goes on.

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* TheWoobie: Her relationship with Gin gets more tragic as the series goes on.
on, plus before him she was an orphan who had almost starved to death before he met her.


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* BaseBreakingCharacter: Some fans like her because she's a TokenGoodTeammate arrancar and a MsFanservice. Other fans dislike her because she contributes pretty much nothing to the plot, has an unfunny RunningGag where she hurts Ichigo by hugging him too hard and her personality is bland and condescending. This is especially irritating because while Nel got to survive the Hueco Mundo arc, other characters who weren't evil at all and got roped into fighting (Starrk) or the ones who drove the plot and had a lot more CharacterDevelopment (Ulquiorra) didn't.
23rd Mar '17 4:33:25 PM Wyldchyld
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** Kawakami Tomoko died of ovarian cancer during the anime's run, so there was at least one permanent VA change in the Japanese version.
22nd Mar '17 9:03:03 PM agoodcupoftea
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**Kawakami Tomoko died of ovarian cancer during the anime's run, so there was at least one permanent VA change in the Japanese version.
20th Mar '17 5:06:32 PM Wyldchyld
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* DeaderThanDisco: For the first years of publication, Bleach was a very popular {{Shonen}} supernatural action manga series with strong volume sales, a successful anime adaptation, a large amount of presence in the anime and manga fandom, and was one of Shonen Jump's "Big 3" by the English-speaking fandom, along with ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' and ''Manga/{{One Piece}}''. However, the series eventually had a sharp decline in popularity and general opinions of it soured considerably. This is typically attributed to the [[ArcFatigue slow pacing the story took after a certain point]], a bad conclusion to a plotline that had been going on for years, and [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter poor use]] of an [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters overly large cast]]. The anime version was cancelled in 2012, being replaced by the comedic ''Naruto'' spinoff, ''Anime/RockLeesSpringtimeOfYouth'', and even the manga series eventually got axed abruptly, leading to what many considered an unsatisfying and rushed finale with many hanging plot threads, which has only soured opinions on the series further. This video titled [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACq7tgjHdGA "The Fall of BLEACH: How it Happened"]] can explain in further detail.
20th Mar '17 4:06:56 PM BobRiddle
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* DeaderThanDisco: For the first years of publication, Bleach was a very popular {{Shonen}} supernatural action manga series with strong volume sales, a successful anime adaptation, a large amount of presence in the anime and manga fandom, and was one of Shonen Jump's "Big 3" by the English-speaking fandom, along with ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' and ''Manga/{{One Piece}}''. However, the series eventually had a sharp decline in popularity and general opinions of it soured considerably. This is typically attributed to the [[ArcFatigue slow pacing the story took after a certain point]], a bad conclusion to a plotline that had been going on for years, and [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter poor use]] of an [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters overly large cast]]. The anime version was cancelled in 2012, being replaced by the comedic ''Naruto'' spinoff, ''Anime/RockLeesSpringtimeOfYouth'', and even the manga series eventually got axed abruptly, leading to what many considered an unsatisfying and rushed finale with many hanging plot threads, which has only soured opinions on the series further. This video titled [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACq7tgjHdGA "The Fall of BLEACH: How it Happened"]] can explain in further detail.
14th Mar '17 2:59:23 PM Wyldchyld
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: The number of fanart of her greatly eclipses that of any other character introduced in the final arc. Fan reception of her was apparently so great that Kubo commented on it, when he revealed that Giselle was on cover for volume 65 and voiced his joy about that.
14th Mar '17 2:57:25 PM Wyldchyld
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* EsotericHappyEnding: The manga ends HappilyEverAfter with ten years of peace after the war with Yhwach. However, the first of two novels released after the ending gives some disturbing implications. Namely, [[spoiler:Yhwach's corpse is taken by Squad Zero [[PoweredByAForsakenChild and made into the Soul King]]]], [[spoiler:[[WrittenByTheWinners with the history books being written to say that the original Soul King was successfully defended on orders of Squad Zero, and the war was named "The Great Soul King Protection War"]]. And that Yhwach [[TheEndOrIsIt may not be as dead as some initially believed him to be]].]] While these points are not given much focus in the first novel, it does raise questions about the validity of the ending overall. Jury is out on whether or not the second novel, which is stated to focus on these things, will change that or not.

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* EsotericHappyEnding: The manga ends HappilyEverAfter with ten years of peace after the war with Yhwach. However, the first of two novels released after the ending gives some disturbing implications. Namely, [[spoiler:Yhwach's corpse is taken by Squad Zero [[PoweredByAForsakenChild and made into the Soul King]]]], [[spoiler:[[WrittenByTheWinners with the history books being written to say that the original Soul King was successfully defended on orders of Squad Zero, and the war was named "The Great Soul King Protection War"]]. And that Yhwach [[TheEndOrIsIt may not be as dead as some initially believed him to be]].]] While these points are not given much focus in the first novel, it does raise questions about the validity of the ending overall. Jury is out on whether or not the second novel, which is stated to focus on these things, will change that or not.
14th Mar '17 2:56:16 PM Wyldchyld
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** The fight of Shunsui against Lille Barro is criticized in the west for an unspectacular Bankai, that was not worth the hype, a ridiculous look and annoying attitude from Lille Barro, once he entered Vollständig and anticlimatic ending with zero foreshadowing. In Japan on the other hand, the fight seems to be the most beloved in the entire final arc, with Shunsui's Bankai being cited as full of nuances and references to japanese culture and Lille Barro seen as an fitting opponent and attitude and transformation that fits the japanese taste and idea of angels and the ending seen as a case of ChekhovsGunman.
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