uhm... Because to use the technique(mugetsu) that he wanted to use, he had to use the final getsuga tenshou.
Originally Posted by krazykwasi
And if he kept on slashing Aizen, the hougyokou would have just changed Aizen more.
as for passing judgement, i'm refraining from commenting(especially when theres nothing to bash). Im waiting to see how things develop first.
In a few ways this was epic but honestly Bleach hit its epic peak when Ichigo went bankai for the first time.
Gotta hand it to Kubo for his artwork, but it doesn't nearly make up for the crappy dialogue...I liked seeing Aizen getting it stuck to him after all his smugness but now he's just your average shonen whiny villain. I bet next week instead of showing us what happened between Ichigo and Aizen, they'll cut back to the poor forgotten fight between Yammi Kenpachi and Byakuya (which honestly I think I may enjoy more). Then they'll probably feel some tremor because WOW ichigo's so powerful now that they can feel the shockwave even in Hueco Mundo (and someone, probably Byakuya, will say words to that effect).
P.S. Can someone tell me what happened to Unohana? She followed Ichigo back and healed him if I'm not mistaken, but when he took on Aizen in Karakura she was nowhere to be seen. Was looking forward to her fighting.
Have some free time now so let's plan this out for Kubo.
1. Ichigo needs to lose his powers for the next act to begin. Whether the Royal Guard intervenes in his fight vs Aizen or not, he will be weakened and go through the old classic I am weak - I am miserable - I am training but I am weak - training does not work - Oh, somebody beat me - Oh, I finally get it somehow but will not use it again.
2. There are not enough villains. There is No 10/0 Yami in Hueco Mundo, there may be VastoLordes in there and there is Aizen. So killing Aizen is possible but not likely. I think he will lose his powers/shrink/transform and postpone the final showdown. But he alone against everyone doesn't sound exciting. Either it is an asspull - he has allies somewhere but thought he could do without asking for their help or he is like Nobunaga in Samurai Deeper Kyo, i.e. not really the final boss.
3. There is the Royal Guard. If they are on the light side there is even greater disbalance - who is left to be evil? They may be evil but that seems like stretching it too much. They are not getting involved, we don't know if they want anything, why would they be evil? They could be dumbasses though like Soul Society, rigidly following stupid laws/orders.
The problem is whether it is a new fight with Hueco Mundo giants, a journey to hell/land of Zanpakutos, or saving Ichigo from the Royal Guard it all sounds too familiar. I hope I left something out and there is a better way but in One Piece I trust.
She was with Shinji trying to help Hiyori.
Originally Posted by Nicholas71
Hollows should be nothing but background villians in the next arc, just like they where in the fisrt one.
The whole point of Hell was to take hollows that were evil in there past life, so I want to see those guys show up, people or monster who are evil from the get go and not because they've been manipulated by some crazed illusionist.
Wouldn't it be interesting if Aizen goes to hell and comes back even stronger?
Hahah, this just reminded me of Vegeta from the Saiyan saga.
Originally Posted by krazykwasi
Aizen: It's over 3 DIMENSIONS!!!!!!
You're damn right it wouldn't be interesting but it could happen.
Originally Posted by Yazen
He might be the Orochimaru of Bleach.
Hollow Aizen reminds me of Carnage from Spider-man.
"He is now declaring his words to the WORLD!"
Better make the royal guard the bad guy coz rite now, the good guys is way 2 many..
Aizen was one man and look what he did, there doesn't need to be an army of bad guys and having shinigami as the enemies has just been done, it would be like copy & paste pt.2.