Swordsmith Builds Ichigo’s Zangetsu Sword

Ichigo's Zangetsu Real Life SwordThe Bleach community is on fire after finding out that the Man At Arms folks are on it again, this time building Ichigo’s Zangetsu Sword. It’s Ichigo’s oldest and greatest Shikai swords, it is not his newest zanpakuto. Every week, the swordsmith Tobi Swattoon forges a fan favourite weapon from video games, movies and television. In the video below, he and his team go on ahead to make Ichigo’s Zangetsu from Bleach.

So what do you think about the video below, did you like how awesome and fantastic they made the sword, and would you want one for yourself, to keep and treasure it’s power. Tell me using the comment section below. Video is below.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88MmvSkI1ic]

Source: CR

There are 7 comments

  1. Taylor Kearns

    Quite good, not a fan of the process, though it is the only real possible way to make something that large… Personally would like a thicker blade though, ’cause seeing a sword of that size wiggle around after every cut just looks wrong to me.

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  2. irakli

    I want this for me but I live in country Georgia… are they selling it? (if there are copies of it) I’d love to buy it on Ebay or somewhere else. :s

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  3. Philip B.

    Awesome!!!!! The only things I would change would be the thickness of the blade, flatten the inward curve they gave the blade (inward as in towards the handle), and give the handle that “notch” like in the anime. Other than that, this is an awesome production.

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