S2 E6-Formation! The Worst Tag
S2 E7-Release the Death Blow!
S2 E8-Orihime Targeted
S2 E10-Renji's Confrontation
S2 E11-The Resolution to Kill
S2 E12-Stars and the Stray
S2 E14-Tragedy of Dawn
S2 E16-Kenpachi Zaraki Approaches!
S2 E17-Motive of the Fist
S2 E19-The Immortal Man
S2 E20-The Shinigami Whom Ganju Met
S2 E22-The Man Who Hates Shinigami
S2 E24-Assemble! The 13 Divisions
S2 E26-Formation! The Worst Tag
S2 E27-Release the Death Blow!
S2 E28-Orihime Targeted
S2 E30-Renji's Confrontation
S2 E31-The Resolution to Kill
S2 E32-Stars and the Stray
S2 E34-Tragedy of Dawn
S2 E36-Kenpachi Zaraki Approaches!
S2 E37-Motive of the Fist
S2 E39-The Immortal Man
S2 E40-The Shinigami Whom Ganju Met
S2 E41-Reunion, Ichigo and Rukia
Videos: Trailers, Teasers, Featurettes
The Soul Society: The Sneak Entry arc is the second season of the Bleach anime series, containing 21 episodes. The episodes are directed by Noriyuki Abe and produced by TV Tokyo, Dentsu, and Studio Pierrot. In the English release by Viz Media, the title is translated as The Entry. The episodes are based on Tite Kubo's Bleach manga series. The episodes' plot centers around Ichigo Kurosaki and his friends' journey to Soul Society in order to save Soul Reaper Rukia Kuchiki from her impending execution. The arc initially ran from March to July 2005 in Japan on TV Tokyo. The first English airing of the series lasted from February to July 2007. It was shown on both YTV's Bionix and Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming blocks. The episodes use five pieces of theme music: two opening themes and three ending themes. The opening theme for the first five episodes is Orange Range's single "Asterisk"; the rest use "D-tecnoLife" by Uverworld. The initial ending theme is "Thank You!!" by Home Made Kazoku, switching at episode 26 to Younha's "Houkiboshi" and again at episode 39 to "HappyPeople" by Skoop on Somebody.
Streaming, rent, or buy Bleach – Season 2:
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