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12 July 2011 @ 05:35 pm
Kubo Tweets "more manga-ka like"  

translations by mezzo_marinaio 

Latest Bleach tweets from Sensei. He's recommending the anime to those who were shocked by the absence of IchiRuki's farewell scene from the anime, LOL. Apparently the "Bleach My Soul" scene meets with his approval?


"The check up of the scenario for the final episode of the Invading Army arc and for the first episode of the new arc is finished. It gives me a good feeling."

侵軍篇最終話は、侵軍篇から原作の破面篇最終話のラストシーンへとリンクする内容なんですが、これが良くで きてます。アニメを観て、一護とルキアの別れのシーンが無かった事にショックを受けた人、楽しみにしてて下 さい。納得のいく繋がり方になっているんじゃないかと思います。

"In the final episode of the Invading Army arc, we cut from that arc to content linked with the final scene of the last chapter in the original Arrancar arc... but it's done very well. Everyone who was shocked at the absence of Ichigo and Rukia's farewell scene, please watch the anime and enjoy yourself. I thought, well, weren't they tied together quite satisfactorily?"

最近、アニメ新章絡みの仕事が楽しいから、ツイートの内容が結構ちゃんと漫画家らしくなってる 気がする。

"Recently, since the work involved with the new arc in the anime is so fun, I feel like the contents of my tweets are becoming somewhat more proper and mangaka-like."

and earlier, because I thought this was adorable--Sensei tweeted about KiKi's Delivery Service, a movie I love, and while it may not be relevant at all to Ichigo's current situation, Sensei's thoughts about adults relationship to kids interested me:


I missed 'Kiki's Delivery Service'.


In 'Kiki's Delivery Service', my favourite scene is the one when that odious child says that he doesn't need his grandma's herring pie, because it's so awful... should I ever have children of my own, I'd like to show them this movie while they're little for that scene alone.

沢山の子に訊いてインパクトある20人を抽出したんだろうけど、それにしても面白い。 そして、子供の時分に「自分は愛されてる」と確信できてるってのは、とても幸せで、大切なことなんだなぁ、と再確認した。周りの大人がしっかり大人になっ ていないと、その確信もおかしなものになってしまうけど。

I guess they probably asked many kids, and then took a sample of 20 people with some impact... but still. It's interesting. Besides, when you're a child, being able to have confidence in the fact that you're loved is an important thing, it makes you happy... I can reconfirm that. But if the adults near you don't become reliable adults, that confidence also becomes an odd thing.


Somehow or other, even though I should have missed it, I'm dragging out the sentimentality of 'Kiki's Delivery Service'.

jpblackjpblack on July 12th, 2011 11:58 pm (UTC)
I am so behind on the animu. Is he saying that the farewell scene is being tied into the ending of this filler arc?

And the "new arc" is the Lost Agent, right? I'm dying to see it animated. I'm guessing it must be fun for the staff plus Kubo, after years of Arrancar stuff. Does he just waltz in and ask what's up, or is he called in on "important" episodes, such as the 17-month timeskip?
(Anonymous) on July 13th, 2011 02:50 am (UTC)
(Is he saying that the farewell scene is being tied into the ending of this filler arc?)
I think not tied :(

Why did kubo approve for SP to change farewell scene Whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy ?? :(

_debbiechan__debbiechan_ on July 13th, 2011 10:20 am (UTC)
Re: Why

Well, there's seems to be no other way around it--the filler arc has to be concluded and there has to be a sequeway into the new arc. We'll see.
_debbiechan__debbiechan_ on July 13th, 2011 10:27 am (UTC)

I rather like this arc. Oddly enough, I was so against SP when it started, but this filler happens to be the one and only of the filler arcs I haven't given up watching (!!) The animation has stayed pretty good throughout and the story has kept my interest. There have been some interesting fights, I love the emphasis on mod souls and Kon, and like the Lost Agent arc there's been some actual mystery--not just the typical rescue stuff/fight the Big Bad. There's been some of the same old same old--it's formulaic, it steals from the manga, it's not Kubo, but it's pretty good. I've enjoyed it--it didn't peter out like the Zanpaktou arc

Kubo apparently has been having meetings with anime staff--he tweets about it.
qwirky on July 13th, 2011 03:18 am (UTC)
Thanks, Mezzo and Debbie <3333

If Kubo's satisfied with the Bleach My Soul anime version, there isn't much else we can say about it, at least until it airs :3 I'm sure Morita and Orikasa acted their hearts out though.

Kiki's Delivery Service is such a sweet film. I don't know why I'm so amused about Kubo waxing poetic about it on Twitter though.
peca_06peca_06 on July 13th, 2011 04:35 am (UTC)
Hehe I really love all Miyazaki movies and that one is really sweet and endearing. It amuses me that he is gushing about his favorite scenes on twitter (err...sensei is considering kids? lol) ^__^ <33333

I wanted to see the Ichiruki farewell scene because Morita and Fumiko put their souls into it, but as far as the anime goes... I probably won't really stick to watching it like I used to >.>. It really made me mad how they handle it before the filler. Oh, well... we'll see when it shows. I guess sensei was really aware people were dissatisfied about it though.

Thank you Mezzi for the translations and thanks Deb for sharing them <333 :D
anostiana on July 13th, 2011 06:07 am (UTC)
Thank you so much for this translation! XD

I'm so glad to hear that the filler is coming to an end it's getting on my nerves... >.>


♀*La Muerte Chiquita*♀: mexicola_kalaka on July 13th, 2011 07:10 am (UTC)
I love Kubo tweets, Thanks Mezzo and Debbie for the hardwork, ILU! <3

Now I want to see Kiki's delivery service so badly :_D (sorry Totoro) for that scene he has mentioned. And seeing it mention about children confident in the love of his parents it's an important thing, it makes me though in those two character of him that are father and son and have this sad relationship between them: do Uryuu know that he is loved by his own father? although Souken loved him enough to make him a caring person and a warm one in the inside.

I'm touched.
bleachmylife on July 13th, 2011 07:04 pm (UTC)
i wish bleach never would get back to main story because i won't see my boyfriend hitsugaya
(Anonymous) on July 14th, 2011 05:42 pm (UTC)
watches online
bleachness.livejournal.com is a great site