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Bleach, Vol. 60: Everything But The Rain (Bleach #60)

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Ichigo Kurosaki never asked for the ability to see ghosts—he was born with the gift. When his family is attacked by a Hollow—a malevolent lost soul—Ichigo becomes a Soul Reaper, dedicating his life to protecting the innocent and helping the tortured spirits themselves find peace. Find out why Tite Kubo’s Bleach has become an international manga smash-hit!

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Paperback, 192 pages
Published April 1st 2014 by VIZ Media LLC (first published March 6th 2013)
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Bleach 60 contains the chapters we've been waiting for since that reveal tease so long ago that Ichigo's father is/was a captain of the Gotei 13. We finally get the backstory of Ichigo's parents - with the big surprise coming not from his father's past but from the story of his mother and her sacrifice (she's pictured on the cover).

Despite the long arc of the series overall, we're brought full circle to Ichida and Ichigo
Sophia F
Lol just had to say that. I finally got this volume from the library, and I was like: "Okay, first I HAVE to finish this other book, and THEN read this Bleach volume." So I start reading that other book, and the cover of Bleach was just staring at me; LONGING for me to read it. So guess what happens? Soon enough I find myself here, writing a review on Goodreads of the now completed volume.
I was a little disappointed that I couldn't even handle being
This one isn't possible to review in depth without ruining it for others but this is the first time I've enjoyed Bleach this much in ages. The story has come full circle.

This is the story of how Ichigo's parents met and it's nothing like I would have imagined. It's a hundred times cooler and more interesting. I didn't see this coming. Masoki Kurosaki is a great character and through her we see Isshin's former life as a soul reaper and we see Uryu's family as well.

Ichigo finally learns why his mo
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Oh Bleach. I love you so very much. I’m so sorry that I spent so much time away from you (distracted by teenage basketball prodigies and other series). I recently went on a massive Bleach binge read–I was at volume 27 of 59 at the time. I got massive stacks of volumes from the library and settled in to get caught up (I rarely read scans, because I hate waiting for them), and instantly I was back in love with this series.

Kubo has entered into the final arc of his massiv
Ichigo's backstory is finally revealed and flashbacks in the story explain who his mom was and how important of a person she was to not only Ichigo but the quincy world and the role she played in saving Isshin, and in return how he saved her. Then the biggest surprise is who Zangetsu really is.

I really enjoyed this volume because it showed Ichigo's background, it didn't jump around with different stories but stayed constant and focused on Ichigo which was a different change of pace. I liked some
This is the story I have waited years and years for. We finally learn the truth about Ichigo's parents, and I have to say it was a fabulous reveal. Papa Kurosaki never disappoints. Even though the story isn't what I expected, it fits. And Isshin shows he's the one character who grew in 20 years yet somehow managed to stay exactly the same. I love him more than ever. I also loved the last couple chapters of seeing what some of the "lesser," but still very much loved, Soul Reapers are up to in the ...more
Sarah Jane Smith
It's pretty obvious from the beginning of the 'Everything But The Rain' arc that Kubo has a story he has to tell, or else Bleach as a series will never proceed properly. He's gone long enough without telling Ichigo's true origins, and so does so in the manga's sixtieth volume, which is a great milestone for a title of any genre. As a whole, it's a volume that answers a lot of lingering questions, including a few readers probably didn't realize they had, shedding light on Ichigo's past as well as ...more
The story of Ichigo's past is completed and we learn how others in the Soul Society are preparing for the coming threat.

Whereas Volume 59 provided twists that the reader should have been able to anticipate, this volume provides additional twists that, while again logical, build upon not only Ichigo but his friends as well. We now understand how Ichigo works and how he is different from the usual Soul Reaper. Yes, in some ways it's arguably very, "chosen one" but as the story unfolds, it becomes
Despite the long windedness of this volume I have to say it was really good. It is just that the characters just go on and on and on and on, but I'm used to that with this story. The flashback was a little jarring and actually did not seem to answer the question about what "really" happened to Ichigo's mother since she is still dead - I mean dead is dead afterall . But once we got done with the flashback the story was much better. Things are moving along in the main story and I really enjoyed th ...more
I am really excited. 59 was pretty legit, so I was scared Bleach was going to disappoint me in 60, BUT NO! Bleach is starting to really deliver again. I'm totally digging all of the new character developments. I wonder why it's been so agonizing to get this far. The storyline is still kinda full of plot holes, but it's few enough to where I'm willing to overlook them for the sake of good characters. Ichigo himself isn't developing much (yet) but the characters around him (including his family wh ...more
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I enjoyed yelling at this one, quite a few expletives in fact. Always a fan of character backstory and this volume was full of it! Toshiro, Rangiku, Urahara show up in a flashback. Even Uryu's father becomes a main player. Unfortunately my boyfriend had already hinted at the origins of Ichigo's sword, so I wasn't flabbergasted by the big reveal.
Stephen Alff
Bleach was definitely very interesting to read and different to what I usually read. I enjoyed the whole soul reaper concept and how we find out more and more about the main character as the story goes on.

It's a fast read and is easy to understand but gets progressively more difficult to follow parts of the story due to there being so many different characters that can be qualified as important in the progression of the story.

I would recommend it for the story line and the graphics but I do feel
Holly Letson
This volume was sort of an information overload. It was enjoyable, but not so much as earlier volumes. I will definitely continue this series.
This volume was provided to me as an eManga by VIZ Media, via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed here are my own.
Learn about how Ichigo's mother died, Uryu's decision and how some of the Captains are becoming more powerful.
Candace Avalon
Was nice to find out some more of the back story! Can't wait for the next volume.
Rachel (Sfogs)
I loved this one!

The back story... Oh My Goodness!!!!
Jana Denardo
loved seeing the history of Ichigo's parents
Sarah ~Sehrenity~
And so we find out about Ichigo's past...
Aly Maher
One of the best :3
I enjoy flashbacks, by definition... and these ones were beautiful and quite instructive !!
Ricardo Atherley
One of the best

just one of the best story lines. I have been following Ichigo since the first book! finally nice to find out how he was born.
Bueno, comentaré de todo lo que va de Bleach hasta ahora en el manga. Este es el ultimo tomo (hasta ahora). Y debo decir que Bleach me fascina, es una historia que me encanta y es mi favorito. Hasta ahora me he sorprendido por todo lo que ha pasado, y es una lastima tener que esperar hasta diciembre para seguir leyendo porque muero por saber que está pasando, con la historia de Ichigo y la guerra de los quincys.
Adalira Morningstar
FOUR STARS only because the Zangetsu thing at the end BLEW MY MIND.
ok moms a quincy admit it guys no one saw that coming
David De
Ichigo’s mother o.0
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久保 帯人, also transliterated Taitou Kubo, Taito Kubo, or Jiu bao dai ren.

The son of a town council member in Fuchu, Aki District, Hiroshima. He never took drawing seriously until he was 17; after reading Dragon Ball he knew he wanted to be a manga artist. At the age of 18 he submitted his first concept for the series Zombiepowder but it got rejected. Zombiepowder was rejected multiple times until K
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Bleach (1 - 10 of 67 books)
  • Bleach Volume 01: Strawberry and the Soul Reapers (Bleach, #1)
  • Bleach Volume 02: Goodbye Parakeet, Good Night My Sister (Bleach, #2)
  • Bleach Volume 03: Memories in the Rain (Bleach #3)
  • Bleach Volume 04: Quincy Archer Hates You (Bleach #4)
  • Bleach Volume 05: Right Arm of the Giant (Bleach #5)
  • Bleach Volume 06: The Death Trilogy Overture (Bleach #6)
  • Bleach Volume 07: The Broken Coda (Bleach #7)
  • Bleach Volume 08: The Blade and Me (Bleach #8)
  • Bleach Volume 09: Fourteen Days for Conspiracy (Bleach #9)
  • Bleach Volume 10: Tattoo on the Sky (Bleach #10)
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