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Bleach – Hanabi Piano Sheet Music Bleach is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tite Kubo, it follows the adventures of Ichigo Kurosaki after becoming a substitute Soul Reaper. Bleach began serialization in 2001 and has been adapted into an anime TV series produced by Studio Pierrot which aired from 2004 to 2012. Bleach was ranked 4th on the Tohan charts between January 2006 and June 2007. Bleach was ranked 6th in the Nationwide Bookstore Employees’ Recommended Comics of 2006. Bleach is published by Shueisha in the Japanese language, with English releases through Viz Media. Bleach has become one of Japan’s most popular manga series, reaching sales of more than 90 million volumes sold worldwide. Bleach has also become a lucrative business; it generated $5 million by May 2006, of which 80% related to the sale of consumer products based on the Bleach characters. The first Bleach volume collected dust for two weeks after its first print run sold out on the day of release, and all twelve volumes that had been released at that point sold more than a million each. Bleach has been adapted into theatrical feature films in Japan, the Bleach anime became one of the highest rated shows on Japanese television in 2006 and 2007 also earning Bleach the distinction of being one of the top three animated programs in Japan along with Dragon Ball Z and One Piece, Bleach won four Weekly Shōnen Jump awards in 2004.

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