S8 E1 - Ichigo Strikes Back! This Is My Bankai
S8 E2 - The Devilish Research! Szayelaporro's Plan
S8 E3 - Season 8
S8 E4 - Rukia Retaliates! Release the Desperate Kidō
S8 E5 - Ishida & Pesche, the United Attack of Friendship
S8 E6 - Ishida's Trump Card, Seele Schneider
S8 E7 - Right Arm of the Giant, Left Arm of the Devil
S8 E8 - Yasutora Sado Dies! Orihime's Tears
S8 E9 - Testament, Your Heart is Right Here...
S8 E10 - The Cruel Arrancar, Ulquiorra's Provocation
S8 E11 - Szayelaporro Laughs, The Net Trapping Renji is Complete
S8 E12 - Shinigami and Quincy, The Battle with Madness
S8 E13 - Ishida's Strategy, 20-Second Offense and Defense
S8 E14 - The Murderous Intent Boils! The Joyful Grimmjow
S8 E15 - Desperate Effort vs. Desperate Effort! Hollowfied Ichigo
S8 E16 - The Moment of Conclusion, The End of Grimmjow
S8 E152 - Ichigo Strikes Back! This Is My Bankai
S8 E153 - The Devilish Research! Szayelaporro's Plan
S8 E154 - Rukia and Kaien, the Sorrowful Reunion
S8 E155 - Rukia Retaliates! Release the Desperate Kidō
Videos: Trailers, Teasers, Featurettes
The eighth season of the Bleach anime series is named the Arrancar: The Fierce Fight arc. The episodes are directed by Noriyuki Abe and produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu, and Studio Pierrot. Based on Tite Kubo's Bleach manga series, the episodes' plot centers on Ichigo Kurosaki's and his friends' battle against the Espada, the strongest members of former Soul Reaper captain Sōsuke Aizen's army, to save Orihime Inoue. The season began airing on December 12, 2007 in Japan on TV Tokyo and ended on April 16, 2008. The English adaptation of the Bleach anime is licensed by Viz Media, and this arc began airing on September 26, 2009 and ended November 21, 2009 on Adult Swim. Four DVD compilations, each containing four episodes of the season, were released by Aniplex between May 28, 2008 and August 27, 2008 in Japan. Viz Media released the season in two separate DVD boxes during 2011 on June 21 and September 6. The first box, however, also contains episodes from the previous season. The episodes use three pieces of theme music: one opening theme and two closing themes. The opening theme is "After Dark" by Asian Kung-Fu Generation. The first closing theme is Kousuke Atari's "Tane o Maku Hibi", which switches in episode 154 to "Kansha." by RSP. To promote the second Bleach featured film, Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion, the opening and closing credits for episode 152 to 154 use footage from the film, which was released on December 22, 2007.
Streaming, rent, or buy Bleach – Season 8:
Currently you are able to watch "Bleach - Season 8" streaming on Crunchyroll for free with ads.