On Bleach by Tite Kubo 5

After publishing this article on the difference between comics and graphic novels and reading Miguel Guerra’s in depth comment on it, I felt the urge to dive a little deeper into it.

The very next day I hurried to the only store in town where I could purchase Manga books and I ended up reading Bleach by Tite Kubo.

I talk about it in this video:

Have a look at BLEACH by Tite Kubo here.

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5 thoughts on “On Bleach by Tite Kubo

  • ZuzannaM

    Hi Mario!

    The video was very interesting. It seems that it is quite challenging
    to get the books you wish to purchase in your city. However,
    what you have purchased it seems it gives enough information on specific drawings in Manga. Thank you for the detailed explanation on this…:)

    Cheers ~ Zuzanna

    • Mario Post author

      Hi Zuzanna,

      It’s not that easy here indeed to purchase this kind of books in a brick and mortar store.
      Reading and studying books on how to draw in different styles is one thing. Diving into a series that actually sold millions of copies worldwide is seeing it brought to practice. This is where finally everybody wants to go: bringing something into practice.
      It was very interesting and I really want to know what is happening next :-)

  • Adi | Hidden Object Games

    You know what, Bleach is one of my all time favorite manga (That’s why I decided to leave a comment). Loves to draw, but already given up the dream along ago since no improvement in my skill.
    Anyway, thanks for the video (and other posts in your blog. Great one. Loves it!)


    • Mario Post author

      Hello Adi,

      Thank you very much for your comment. You shouldn’t give up on something you love! If there is no improvement in your skills there is maybe something wrong with the stuff you had studied so far. Look it at this way. I really hope you’ll pick up your passion and find some inspiration.

      Have a great day!

  • Johnny

    Bleach starts out a bit slowly for sure–at least compared to later on. Once you get to the Soul Society arc(the second one,) they start introducing literally dozens of well-written characters and a complex conspiracy-oriented plot comes into play. This is when it gets truly great. If you’re inclined to buy volumes at all now, you’ll probably be insistent on doing so later!