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Bleach - Series 9 Part 1 [DVD]
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Episodes 168-178 of the Japanese anime about a boy, Ichigo Kurosaki (voiced by Masakazu Morita), who battles ghosts. The episodes are: 'The New Captain Appears! His Name Is Shusuke Amagai', 'New Development, the Dangerous Transfer Student Appears!', 'Desperate Struggle Under the Moonlit Night, the Mysterious Assassin and Zanpakuto', 'Kenryu, the Profusion of Blooming Crimson Flowers', 'Kibune Goes to War! The Violent Wind That Rages', 'The Appearance of the Great Evil! The Darkness in the House of Kasumioji', 'Break the Mirror's Boundary! Ichigo's Captivity', 'The Revenging Assassin, Ichigo Is Targeted', 'Mystery! The Sword-Consuming Assassin', 'The Reversal of Rukia! The Rampaging Blade' and 'The Nightmare Which Is Shown, Ichigo's Inside the Mirror'.
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This volume of the 'Bleach' anime contains episodes 168 to 178 of the series and is the first to be released in association with Kazé UK. While the general quality of the release is good, the episodes all lack the next episode preview and omake that they should have. According to Kazé UK's Twitter account this was due to a tight schedule forcing them to use the TV version rather than the DVD version in order to get it released on time but personally I would have preferred the delay so that they could have got things right.
As for the episodes themselves, the animation and voice acting on the English dub are both reasonable, and probably slightly better than some of the previous filler arcs in places. As for the storyline itself, it is relatively good as far as fillers go but can be somewhat silly and slow in some places. The episodes here focus mostly on Rurichiyo and her political trouble with only a few episodes focusing on Shûsuke Amagai but the ending of the volume indicates the two stories will begin to merge in future episodes.
Other than the lack of omake and the incredibly poor timing of this non-canon filler (caused by the anime catching up to the manga and there not being any good place to slow things down) this was reasonable and probably deserves around three and a half to four stars.