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As such a long runner series, there are MANY moments in Bleach that are supposed to be dramatic or tense...yet you can't help laughing.
When Byakuya kills the Espada Zommari, Zommari loses it and starts yelling for Byakuya to...er... "Take my love from me!" It makes more sense if you know that he had a voodoo-based power called "amor," which is funny to begin with. This was a holdover from the manga.
Ichigo's Image Song, "Number One". Whenever Ichigo's about to kick major ass, this song starts up. It's sung in English, and it sounds like an R&B track from the Disney Channel. The only time it fits is when it's played during the episode with Don Kanonji because he's comic relief. Maybe Ichigo hears it in his head, and that's why he's frowning all the time. It doesn't help that the song sounds like it's more about dancing than fighting.
The episodes that go into Nel's backstory as the third Espada lose drama because Nel retains her high-pitched kiddy voice even after she switches to her adult form. It's impossible to take the story seriously when she sounds like that.
It sounds a little better in the dub. The child and adult forms have the same voice actor, but her voice sounds appropriately more mature (although still high-pitched).
The opening Shoujo S is one of those openings that has a lot of dancing, like what Kyoto Animation has done. The problem is it looks like they based the dances off strippers, and it hardly fits Bleach at all.
Making it worse is that it's treated seriously, and while one could argue for Rangiku, Rukia and Orihime are completely out of character.
Episode 155 has Espada 9, Aaroniero Arraruerie, disguised as Kaien, giving Rukia instructions to kill her friends. Rukia is kneeling down as in awaiting orders from her former lieutenant, and Aaroniero walks right up to her with his crotch-area practically in her face.
When Ichigo transforms into a shinigami for the first time, he screams "Feel the WRATH of my BLADE!"
Ichigo: Fiskfejs! Så här går det...när man fuckar med min familj! (Fish face! This is what happens...when you fuck with my family!)
Big Bad Aizen's transformations have steadily increased the Narm factor; he's gone from Bedsheet Ghost Aizen (leading people to joke that Kubo's finally let the assistant responsible for backgrounds design a character) to Mullet Aizen (the only difference between his normal self and this form is a mullet and inverted eye colors) to Butterflyzen.
Tousen's first words after he uses his resurrection are already hard to take seriously. The anime decides to make his voice high-pitched when he says them. Seriously, one almost expects him to shout "HELP ME, HELP ME!"
The English-dubbed episode 309, while magnificent during Aizen's sealing, screwed up Aizen's first Villainous Breakdown. His "Impossible! This is ridiculous, it is absurd!" screaming (which itself is little better) is replaced with "No no no no noNOOOO!!!" The problem here is that he keeps his quiet, low-key voice, which doesn't work with the intimidating appearance of his final transformation.
The fight between Ichigo and Ginjo becomes hilarious thanks to the latter's...dragonfly wings. Which are also pink.
Chapter 349 may well have set a record for the longest Big "NO!" in a manga, going on for two pages and forcing the speaker to take a breath before concluding it. Granted, the event in question is extremely traumatic, but Big Nos are seldom effective.
One moment toward the end of the Soul Society arc was turned into a Narm by sub-par amateur translations of the manga chapter. As Aizen advances on Rukia, who's practically paralyzed by his spiritual pressure, he tells her, "You must be paralyzed by my overwhelming power." Seriously, everyone knew he was a narcissist, but...
In Chapter 356, Barragan explains that each Espada embodies an aspect of death. While most of them are serious, he reveals his to be old age. Although it is an aspect of death, it seems out of place and breaks the serious tone.
In Real Life, society has tried to decouple death from old age for a long time. Thus, this is like the Mobile Suit Gundam anime's salt shortage.
The title of Chapter 363 - "Superchunky From Hell".
In chapter 393, it was revealed that Wonderweiss' - as in the dopey, childish arrancar - exists solely to counter the abilities of Yamamoto. It did not help that Wonderweiss' new form looks like a butterfly.
Chapter 403. What's supposed to be an awesome moment for Aizen is ruined by his RIDICULOUS new form.
The Heart. This phrase gets an entire page to itself. That might be overkill.
"I can see you...I CAN SEE YOU, KOMAMURA! AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!"
Aizen's always been a smooth talker. His interaction with Ichigo in Chapter 388 has him talk about how he could easily stab Ichigo through the heart. But he lays it on so thick that it sounds more like he's hitting on him than threatening Ichigo with death.
The panel focusing on Aizen's finger as he tells Ichigo "Don't raise your voice like that, Ichigo Kurosaki."
In chapter 438, Ichigo begins working on getting his power back. When he finally has a breakthrough in this? His powers manifest as a swastika. It's not an actual swastika, being backwards, but the chapter it debuted in was actually entitled "Swastika Break."
I haven't seen it, but it might be a manji, which is this Buddhist religious symbol or something. That doesn't explain "Swastika Break" though....
"Swastika" is just a name for the symbol. It's not like a rainbow is suddenly called something else when it's not used in a gay pride parade.
This scene with Riruka pointing a weapon to Tsukishima's back would be more dramatic if not for the focus on the aggressor's legs and how her weapon looks like a fucking toy gun.
Chapter 456: The fight between Ichigo and the brainwashed Chad goes from a very tense one to pretty much narm once Chad attempts to both fight and talk to Ichigo, pretty much repeating the lies implanted by Tsukishima in his mind. Good going, Tsukishima, now Chad almost sounds like a mix between a broken record and a complete moron.
Chapter 457: Moe's appearance would be a Crowning Moment Of Awesome (and is still kinda is)... if not for how you can't help recalling the huge Idiot Ball he had glued to his hands when he appeared. The contrast is so stark that it makes his most recent scenes freaking weird.
Chapter 419, where Aizen enters the throes of Villainous Breakdown and begins shouting "Abandon your arrogance, human!" Also, his creepy Hollow form is made hilarious when we see that the skin of his face had been tied under his chin like a bonnet.
Komamura's reaction to Tousen-fly, telling him he is far uglier than he had imagined. Tousen previously being blind and Komamura having severe self image issues.
Chapter 470, Rukia and Riruka's fight. It didn't start out particularly silly, but when Rukia starts monologing while still inside the stuffed animal, it becomes impossible to take it seriously. The Cat Smile just cinches it.
Chapter 482: "Get off my bed." Nice to see your priorities are sorted, Ichigo.
Chapter 483: The newest nominee for the most horrible and/or laughable rapeface: Ivan Azgiaro!
Chapter 486: While it's a rather sensible idea to have the True Companions reunite themselves in Ichigo's room to discuss matters, when Pesche and Nel join in, it's so damn... distracting. Not helped by Pesche having a rather special arrival.
495: The fact that Komamura gets called "doggie dog" by Bambietta in the middle of a fight can be seen as this. Since Bambietta actually gets an older, more womanly design later on, the borderline Baby Talk just doesn't cut it.
... Who the Hell calls a male character Nanana, Kubo? Huh? HUH?
502. While Byakuya's apparent death is extremely creepy and heartbreaking, the fact that the Masked Luchador returns and drop kicks Renji to pretty much the other corner of the Seiteirei will likely leave you all "... what.". The fact that the Masked Luchador is later scolded by As for being stupid enough to not steal Renji's bankai makes the scene border in Black Comedy.
506: As Nodt is suddenly given a MASSIVEIdiot Ball. And ends up torched to (almost) death by Yamamoto alongside Buzzbee and Nanana. How this happened to a Hero Killer who until then had been totally stoic and Bad Ass reduces a good part of the scene's massive impact: sure, it's still awesome to see Yama melting three Stern Ritters without much hassle, but the ridiculous Out-of-Character Moment courtesy of As is very distracting.
510: Twins named Loyd and Royd. Oh, Kubo-sensei, you are the gift to Engrish that keeps on giving.
Overall, the design of Vandenreich members. Sure, they're modernised Quincies, but they're far from Ishida family coolness.
Jerome, King Kong Quincy
Shaz Domino, in his pimp outfit.
Masked Luchador. Seriously.
Nanana and his horrible teeth.
Loyd and Royd.
Yhwach, Vandenreich leader, is undoubtedly badass, but he took too much shaving lessons from Lemmy Kilmister of Motorhead fame.
As of 543, Kubo's character naming skillsSTILL need work. One of the weirdest is Mask de Masculine, the designation for the Masked Luchador, as well as "Bazz-B" for the guy with the mohawk. BG9's odd name ends up being a subversion, however, as it's meant to play up the ambiguity of whether or not he's a machine.
The leader of the Vandenreich's name is apparently spelled "Yhwach." It's hard to pronounce, yeah, so we can forgive you for calling him "Ewok."
566. As Nodt finds Rukia. During their conversation, As opens his eyes so wide◊ as if he is about to take a massive dump.
When As Nodt doesn't freak the everloving shit out of you, he's this through and through. Really: when he's calm and collected, he's really fucking scary... but if he ever goes beyond anything stoic, he zig-zags between genuinely terrifying and too grotesque to be taken seriously. More subtlety, Kubo, please.
In chapter 570, the appearance of the new Sternritter "V". With his bizarre appearance and repeating "I see you" all over again, he can easily fall into this category.
Chapter 575: the mind-controlling creepy bearded old Quincy, known among the fans only as Mr. Geh Geh Geh, is actually called... Pepe.
Chapter 580: Liltotto Lamperd's ability, in which her mouth stretches outward to eat enemies. The way it's drawn just looks awful.
Almost at the end, the Femritters gather around the severely injured Kenpachi and start discussing who should finish him. The scene is very creepy... until one of the girls suggests a "rock, paper, scissors" game to decide. And all the tension goes POOF.
Chapter 583: The four Femritters shoot arrows at Ichigo. The fact that each girl has personalised arrows is kinda fun to watch... until you see Giselle's shot. Wha...?
585: Ichigo is now getting ganged-up by several Sternritters, after Juha appears and claims the Soul King's Palace is now fair game for at least 100 minutes. It's all very tense until Renji pulls a Big Damn Heroes to get Baz-bee away from Ichigo and Ichigo just HAS to make an almost Super Deformed face. Way to make a punchline before it's actually "Funny Times", Kubo.
What really sells it is that Ichigo has never made that face until now. It's like Askin Nakk LeVarr switched hairstyles with Ichigo for a moment.
Yumichika corners Giselle and accuses her of being a man. Narm enough considering the context, but Yumi's reasoning is that Giselle "smells of semen". Yumichika can apparently smell what might be another man's crotch through blood, gore and explosion fumes.
597: If Nianzol Weizol isn't gonna frighten you with his dramatic first impression and the fact that he resides in Yhwach's shadow, then you're looking at another stoner-faced Sternritter. With two tongues!