Ichigo has finally achieved his full potential using his new fullbring powers, thanks to his Spartan-like trainer Ginjo. Slashing Ichigo’s eyes, and making him fight to the death squeezed all the potential for power out of Ichigo, making one sweet cocktail of awesome. What will happen now that he has all his full power unlocked?
Well, obviously the first thing Ichigo must do are pushups, because pushups are what makes a man strong! A fullbring user needs lots of physical stamina, because it uses the physical body more than a shinigami. Speaking of shinigami, it looks like his powers might be coming back because of his ability to see reiatsu back when he was blind.
Ichigo’s training for right now is over, and he proves it by transforming into his fullbring form, which includes lots of white detailing and a brand new sword. I actually really like this form, it looks very futuristic.
So Ichigo can finally go home, though lucky for him very little time has passed in the real world, unlike my video games at home that suck it all away. Either way when Ichigo arrives home he is welcomed by his sisters who tell him that his cousin that his family hasn’t seen in some time has arrived home. Of course even before we see him or her we know this person is not going to be new to us. However, surprisingly, this person is in fact Shukuro! (Though if it were Aizen I think I would die laughing) Maybe now they will be friends and live together, who knows.
I sad that it wasn’t Aizen. Who wouldn’t want Aizen as their cousin?
THE VERDICT 4/5
Kubo is up to his tricks again, and I’m enjoying it immensely. Ichigo’s new form is pretty rad, and he has a pretty awesome sword that isn’t so big that it tries to cover up Kubo’s insecurities--I’m starting to like Bleach post Aizen. Now hopefully there is a brawl the next chapter when all of Ichigo’s family decide to take down Shukuro altogether.