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This is the 16th volume of the hit manga Bleach. Bleach is one of the top sellers in the manga world and is still going strong today. For a full review of bleach read my previous review on volume 14. This review however is purely on volume 16. Up to now this is my favourite volume. It is ... Read review
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Bleach 16

AdvantagesBleach is a great manga with awesome art

DisadvantagesI always feel a bit cheated on the price!

"This is the 16th volume of the hit manga Bleach. Bleach is one of the top sellers in the manga world and is still going strong today. For a full review of bleach read my previous review on volume 14. This review however is purely on volume 16. Up to now this is my favourite volume. It is awesome. Bleach centers around huge battles with larger than life characters. In this volume fans get what they wished for. This volume is the start of the war ..." Read review
03.10.2008

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Night of Wijnruit The scheduled execution of former Soul Reaper Rukia Kuchiki has been moved up and is now just hours away. Meanwhile, the Soul Society is in chaos, with Soul Reapers drawing swords against one other. Something is rotting at the core of the Soul Society, but who, or what, could be behind it?

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EAN 9781421506142
Type Comics
Title Bleach: v. 16
Author Tite Kubo
Release Date 08-Jul-12
ISBN 1421506149

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