The End of Bleach, The End of a Generation – What’s Next?

Hi Everyone!

Something a tad different, I wanted to share an article I wrote on another website. The article is called ‘The End of Bleach, The End of a Generation – What’s Next?’. Following the end of ‘Bleach’, and previously the end of ‘Naruto’, there’s a  massive hole in the manga and anime industry.  Essentially in the article I try to dissect ‘The Big 3’ – which I’ve classified as ‘Bleach’, ‘Naruto’ and ‘One Piece’. I also see what other series could fill this hole, and become one of the next ‘Big 3’.

You can check it out here

I hope you like it!


9 thoughts on “The End of Bleach, The End of a Generation – What’s Next?

  1. Interesting discussion. This is why why these “Big 3” are my favorite anime. There are times I would say “Naruto is better” or “One Piece is better”. In the end, they are both equally good. Sad to see another series gone. I wonder what the future holds and what will replace these three. With Naruto already over and Bleach is finished, we only got One Piece left and according to the creator, the story is about 65% complete.

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    1. 😀 thank you! Definitely I reckon the best part of this Big 3, is that they compliment one another, some of the aspects that One Piece is good at, Naruto isn’t, but aspects that Naruto is good at, One Piece isn’t – and the same with Bleach. Oh gosh it’s really going to be sad when One Piece is gone, been reading that since I was 15!

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      1. Yeah I agree. There are times one is better than the other but they also make each other different and unique :). I’m not a psychic but if One Piece ends, it’s going to be hard to find another series to replace. One Piece will be the next DragonBall Z lol.

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      2. Oh no! I know that feel,have wanted to read Detective Conan but ceebs reading all those chapters. I did get up to date with Hunter x Hunter and was so annoyed when i found out it was on hiatus!

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