BLEACH 「ブリーチ ネタバレ」 564 Spoilers

2013 December 30

Bleach 564 Spoilers: The Last Chapter end with The mask man attacks Renji. Seems Renji’s new sword is much stronger.…!!! So what happens next..? find out story on BLEACH 564 Spoilers ブリーチ ネタバレ 第564話 at if you would like to discuss the Spoilers or predictions, please leave a comment below.

Bleach 564 Spoilers Pictures

Credits: Zangetsu01
Trans: Newcomer and Nick


镜头转回恋次接受灵王殿和尚的特训 和尚似乎说:叫对斩魄刀的名字 才能发挥斩魄刀最大威力(似乎是这个意思 可能不准确 毕竟心哥日语废)

恋次卍解 卍解的名字跟原来不太一样了 卍解的形态也不一样 刀柄拖着长长的蛇尾 另一侧有巨大的狒狒臂

恋次使出新招, 大明星终于被弄死了


Renji and superstar fights continue.

Scene change back when renji back at the royal palace,
monk? Tell renji that zanputoh can only be in full strength when the name is correct.

Renji uses bankai. His bankai name is different and the shape is different too. The description of the bankai is the blade is like a snake and have an ape at the other side? Not sure about it.

Renji has a giant baboon hand and a tail (part of the bankai)
Some sort of elaboration on the Monk’s training in RR.

And it seems to suggest that Mask is finally killed.

[Thanks Sam and everyone else who sent this in]

Bleach 564 Spoilers Trivia: Renji ranked consistently high in the first few character polls, making the top 5 twice, but has now fallen from the Top 10 most popular characters. He ranked 23rd in the 1st, 3rd in the 2nd, 4th in the 3rd and 11th in the 4th.

925 Responses to “BLEACH 「ブリーチ ネタバレ」 564 Spoilers”

  1. R'hllor - January 19, 2014 at 12:56 am #

    Someone calls the 911 post!

  2. MDre - January 19, 2014 at 1:14 am #

    I think what makes a lot of people hate bleach is the lack of back-story for there antagonists character. Yeah, we do get information on key important characters in the series… all of the major characters except for the one’s causing the conflict in each saga. Aizen, Ginjo, and Yhwach.

    I mean think about all the antagonist in bleach. the only antagonist that are shown the path that lead them to there ambitions were the antagonists from filler.

    jin kariya, Shūsuke Amagai, muramasa, Kōga Kuchiki, Kagerōza Inaba, and Ōko Yushima.

    Do we know how Aizen was lead to oppose the soul societies teachings?

    Do we know how Kugo was lead to feel betrayed from the gotei 13, while ichigo didn’t?

    do we know how Yhwach was lead to founding the quincy, and has no remorse for letting them die?

    There’s no closer at the end of each Saga, and we are only left to speculated… how did this conflict start?
    we know ‘who’ and ‘why’ but not the how. and what pisses me off the most is, even if kubo answers this, it wont have a bigger impact to the closing of the saga’s, as it would if he had answered it in the saga they were defeated in. The lesson aspect from the antagonist has been thrown out the story. That’s just bad writing.

    on the Optimistic side, Kubo can turn this around. none of his Antagonist have been killed off from the story.
    The last thing we knew about them, Aizen’s was lock up in the underground prison, Ginjo died and went to the Soul Society, and yhwach is in the soul society,re modeled the Seireitei, and running everything like a boss.
    These question, like many others, can still be answered.
    And he as already answered a lot of things in this final saga. I’m just disappointed that the moral lesson aspect may never come in the end of Bleach. all we can do is wait and see.

    • MDre - January 19, 2014 at 1:18 am #

      correction: There’s no closure at the end of each Saga, and we are only left to speculated… how did this conflict start?

    • R'hllor - January 19, 2014 at 1:40 am #

      Bleach is screwed by all angles I look at it, that’s all of it.

      I think that there is something outright wrong in the equation: either the pretence of writing good manga lasting years but progressing little or the short size of chapters or low publishing rate that prevents adding an interesting and complex plot to the drawing and to the initial couple of neat and good ideas the author has. Might it be what is wrong is the pretence that adults with a refined and matured tastes still enjoy a product that does not develop from the initial starting point, or whatever. Does anyone still play with the same toy each and every week for over ten years? Boredom start kicking in at some point, old toys are neglected eventually.

      Bleach is like that old toy. Initially amazing and shiny, bright ideas, working starting plot.. ..then eventually got stuck in the same old patterns repeating over and over, still simplistic storyline with reduced background and space for other characters.. ..too many weak points, too many lame plot twists, too many ‘I am God-whatevs’ characters, too many ideas Kubo drags in out of nowhere, too many patterns repeated, too little character development, too little complexity, so much left unspoken only to not limit his choices for even lame plot twists later on.

      The Anime was pretty good at improving this product, especially thanks to its unique soundtrack, making meh-battles look like epic-battles and meh-moments look touchy-moments.

      Could it be that in the last years I’ve gone back reading dozens books/year, but this weight is becoming unbearable and imho something is really wrong in this market. Only the thought that Dragon Ball – which imho is even poorer than Bleach – is still a ‘success’ and shown again and again on TV makes me wonder what kind of damn market share can these people find that doesn’t get bored as hell watching this stuff. Or pokemon/digimon/some trendy card game anime/some other trendy toy game anime.

      By the way, I agree with your assessments on the antagonists. What makes me really mad is seeing YB pretty much doing the same stuff as Aizen on a better level, seems nothing has changed.. not even the goal: kill the king. Couldn’t he think of some better antagonists? I mean, they don’t have to be necessarily wiped out completely nor exist for the only purpose of destroying a damn king. I would have rather preferred seeing Shinigami go in some kind of Zampakutou realm on a quest to solve whatever problem and restore order, being back-stabbed in the meanwhile by other fractions and finding new allies on the path. Having other PoVs would have been meaningful too.

  3. MDre - January 19, 2014 at 2:58 am #

    I have nothing but a smile on my face, as I hear the sounds of the super saiyan’s energy aura coming next to my wall.

    the guys next door are watching DBZ :)

    • MDre - January 19, 2014 at 2:59 am #

      on second thought… maybe there playing a Dragon ball z game. the ki charging sounds are to repetitive, and there’s no dialog pause.

  4. Leptor - January 19, 2014 at 6:47 am #

    @ MDre.

    I don’t think that’s it’s only problem the last several years, but I do agree that a lack of character development for the antagonists has been a pretty big issue.

    Some of the Espadas got one, but some didn’t. The Fullbringers got about five seconds of back story each, and so far the Sternritters have gotten no back story.

    I really hope Kubo improves this aspect.

  5. Samuelle - January 19, 2014 at 7:33 am #

    Everyone should take this for a laugh
    I’m ichigo….. I really don’t know how to feel about that

    • MDre - January 19, 2014 at 9:10 am #

      … Chad

    • GodQueenKillaBitchRetsuUnohana - January 20, 2014 at 6:04 pm #

      Toshiro Hitsugaya