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Bleach Vol. 56: March of the Starcross

Bleach Volume 56

March of the Starcross
When a mysterious group of warriors calling themselves the Vandenreich attacks, Ichigo heads to Hueco Mundo to help his friend Nel. And when the Vandenreich takes the fight to the Soul Society, an all-out war between Soul Reapers and Quincies breaks out!
Tite Kubo
191 Pages
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Bleach Vol. 57: Out of Bloom

Out of Bloom

Bleach Vol. 57

With Ichigo trapped in Hueco Mundo, the Soul Society comes under attack by a mysterious group of warriors calling themselves the Vandenreich. The Soul Reaper captains valiantly stand up to the invaders, but this is a battle they might not be able to win!
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