300 is a fantasy action adventure film based on the 1998 comic series of the same name by Frank Miller and Lynn Varley. Both are fictionalized retellings of the Battle of Thermopylae. The film was directed by Zack Snyder, while Miller served as executive producer and consultant. The plot revolves around King Leonidas, who leads 300 Spartans into battle against Persian "god-King" Xerxes and his army of more than 300,000 soldiers. As the battle rages, Queen Gorgo attempts to rally support in Sparta for her husband. The story is framed by a voice-over narrative by the Spartan soldier Dilios. Through this narrative technique, various fantastical creatures are introduced, placing 300 within the genre of historical fantasy.
Yumichika is one of the 11th division Squad members, so, like the other member of this squad, he loves fighting. He also showed great respect to his captain, Zaraki Kenpachi and to his buddy, Ikkaku. He is the 5th seat of his squad, not because of his ability, but because the number 5 look the most like 3. (pretty weird…). He didn’t take the 3rd seat since it had already been taken by Ikkaku.
Byakuya Kuchiki is the 28th head of the noble Kuchiki clan, one of the four great noble families in Soul Society. As such, Byakuya acts in an aristocratic manner — he seems always serene and apathetic towards other people, even when he is actually deeply conflicted. He is also extremely calm, even in battle, and is very seldom surprised by even the most drastic of actions.
Hitsugaya is masterful at swordsmanship, capable of utilizing his size to effectively counter and outmaneuver his opponents. His skill in swordsmanship is evident in the fact that he is the youngest Shinigami captain; he is therefore one of the youngest Shinigami to achieve Bankai. His skill in swordsmanship is great enough that he rarely uses even his Shikai in battle, of which he has shown great proficiency with. Instead, he relies on Hyōrinmaru's sealed form, only using its Shikai or Bankai when things get tough.
The one exception to the "bankai is big" rule, Tensa Zangetsu is comparatively very small. In fact, this is the only form in which Zangetsu looks anything like a normal sword. It now has a formal hilt, crossguard and blade. Instead of the cloth, a short length of chain dangles from the base of the hilt. Four prongs bend out to form the kanji for "ban", with the base of the blade at it's center. And every last square inch of it is dead black. As for Tensa Zangetsu's ability, he takes everything that most bankai put into being big and translates it into speed boosts for Ichigo.
Kenpachi Zaraki Sword From Bleach. From the superb Anime Bleach comes a sword to remember...only I forget just who carries it... Just kidding...Kenpachi wears the normal Death god outfit and over it he wears the 11th division robe. Zaraki has a funky hairdo he spikes his hair and at the tips he adds bells. Why does he do this? So his opponents can stand a better chance when they fight him. Hearing the bells according to him will make it easier to hear him coming, His eye patch as sated before eats his spirit force since his spirit force is so enormous that he cant control it.
Rangiku is a fun woman at heart, and this shows when she is not embarrassed to talk about her cleavage openly, especially in the scene where Hitsugaya brings Kira to her for the latter’s apology. Her serious side for duty and work also shows through her dedication to follow her Captain and solve the mystery behind Rukia’s execution, and also to attempt to stop Ichimaru despite her liking for him. Truly a good mix of the fun and the serious, Rangiku also loves looking pretty, and, of course, she has the beauty deserving of praise, even aside from her cleavage.
A replica of the sword used by Rukia in the Anime Bleach. If you don't know who that is go Google it! You will learn something. Nice blade with an unusual appearance being totally white including the blade folks. Also this one has been blooded! (that is there are red "blood" splatters along the scabbard.)
BloodRayne is a 2002 third-person action-adventure video game and the first game in the BloodRayne series. In addition to a sequel, BloodRayne 2, Bloodrayne inspired two movies and a series of self-contained comic books.
These blades are replicas of those used by the sexy little minx to decapitate any Vampires who are foolish enough to stand in her way.