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Mangatoshokan removes Bleach

Tinni July 16, 2010 User blog:Tinni

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News Post By Mangatoshokan

We hoped it wouldn't come to this, but due to mounting legal pressure, we have been advised to remove all series serialized by the publishers in the coalition. This was a very difficult decision to make, and one we did not take lightly. Unfortunately this means we have had to remove the majority of our library, however we have been able to retain some manga, as well as most of our manhua and manhwa. We will be shifting the focus of the site more to manhwa and manhua (Korean and Chinese manga). For some of you, this may be your last visit to MangaToshokan, but before you leave we would appreciate it if you could fill out a short six question survey that we are going to share the results to the publishers. If nothing else, we hope it will make them aware of the consequences of their actions. Also if you could pass this survey on to other people we would appreciate it. Again, we apologize for this, but we don't have any other options at this point.

List of Removed Series

What does this mean about me and my Bleach fix

It means you have one less place to go to read Bleach. So to recap, Bleach can no longer be found on Mangahelpers and Mangatoshokan. Onemanga is safe for now. Mangastream believes they do enough to avoid the worst of the scrutiny, although they foolishly attracted attention by trying to market a iPhone app. There is of course Ju-ni's own website. Maximum7 is having staffing issues but they are still releasing or rather are trying their hardest to catch-up to the latest issue, although Bleach7 seems to have disappeared. Then there is BleachExile, although they just take Mangastream's scanlation and I am not entirely sure they have permission to do that. Whichever way, BleachExile and Onemanga are now the only places you can get back issues of Bleach.

However, the most important thing about Mangatoshokan going is that it was about the only place, especially since the demise of Mangahelpers, where you could get the work of different scanlators. Everyone else just carriers one persons work. So that's a bit of a loss. It was my favourite place to read manga because I could read different translations. Anyway, hopefully Bleach manga releases won't be driven totally underground. I am terrible at finding things like that. :(

Correction

It seems Mangafox has readded Bleach to their library. Thanks Lia for that info.

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