Never Ending Dream – Mayuri Kurotsuchi

After the last few chapters of Bleach, Captain Mayuri Kurotsuchi fought against the Quincy known as Pernida, who began with its strange form to reveal into the Soul King’s left arm. While showing some trouble during his fight with Pernida, Nemu (or Nemuri) steps in to help out, however Pernida’s power quickly destroys her body but leads to its own demise. All while Mayuri takes whats left of Nemuri’s Cerebrum while he gets into a pod, within it begins his never-ending dream.

Mayuri Never Ending Dream Bleach by Sideburn004

This fantastic looking artwork was done by Sideburn004, whose art has been featured on here quite a few times. If you like this artwork, be sure to go on ahead and check them out. Otherwise be sure to comment below or share this post with other Bleach and Mayuri fans.

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  1. nickdunnaquatic

    Even though I’m kinda annoyed that Mayuri didn’t die like l thought he would, at least he is out of the battle for good. And he did need Nemu’s help. In fact, he shouldn’t even be credited for winning the fight against Pernida, Nemu was the one that won. Really amazing artwork.

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    1. Sunite

      Agreed, I guess its not his job to bring her back from the death and state she is in. I’m sure she’ll be back soon. I guess youre kind of right, she won the battle, he didn’t do a lot here.

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      1. nickdunnaquatic

        I did have a slim hope that when Mayuri entered in this sleep that he’s dying, but now I have my doubts. But I do love the art. Mayuri’s appearance is always unique.

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          1. nickdunnaquatic

            I know right?! His hair in this arc is so unique and amazing. I also noticed that he literally paints his whole body black and white. His real skin color is dark brown but he’s not black. I always assumed his nationality is Indian sense his Zanpakuto is based off of a Hindi god. Plus he has no ears. 🙂

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            1. Sunite

              Yeah it seems your right, wow. Didn’t even know this haha. Googled and found this: Konjiki may also refer to the Buddhist deity Manjusri, who is associated with the “pure lands”, also known as the “golden lands”. Manjusri is one of the Four Great Bodhisattva, along with Ksitigarbha (Jizō).

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              1. nickdunnaquatic

                Wow that’s so cool. I mean Ashisogi Jizo does mean leg cutting Jizo. And Ya the Bankai does mean Golden leg cutting Jizo. It also makes sense that it protects children because Mayuri created his Bankai with the 3rd Nemuri project results.

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