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>Watch Out! Exploding Bleach Episodes Recalled! [UPDATED]


Dattebayo Fansubs, LLC is issuing a recall on episodes of Bleach that could potentially explode when opened in a media player, says Dattebayo's Public Relations Liason, Impsyn.

Naruto, which is also provided by Dattebayo Fansubs, LLC, is not affected and should not be returned.

The episodes of Bleach involved in the recall were released between September 11, 2007 until February 29, 2008, and include regular, double episodes, and specials, as well as trolls.

The recall ONLY affects you if you did NOT download Bleach directly from Dattebayo Fansubs, LLC. If you downloaded Bleach from a direct download site (such as NarutoFan, BleachPortal, or any other non-Dattebayo affiliated organization), you must immediately place the affected Bleach episodes in the Recycle Bin, then right-click and select 'Empty Recycle Bin' from the context menu. This is especially important if the Bleach episode looks over-sized, is less than 170MiB, or crashes your explorer.exe.

Once you have disposed of the potentially dangerous episodes of Bleach, you may re-download them directly from Dattebayo Fansubs, LLC, by visiting Please do not attempt to re-download Bleach from direct download sites or non-authorized torrent distribution centers such as Mininova, PirateBay, etc. In the event of the Recycle Bin being too full to contain all affected episodes of Bleach, you may temporarily move them to an external storage medium, such as HDD, DVD-R or Blu-Ray disk. Once you have re-downloaded the torrent from Dattebayo you must immediately recycle the episodes on removable storage media.

If you are unable to use BitTorrent in 2008, the safest course of action would be to permanently cease viewing Bleach as well as Naruto episodes until further notice.

Dattebayo Fansubs, LLC.

Update: If you're getting "unauthorized torrent" on Bleach 163, re-download it.
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