Spoilers in the little popups
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Posted 10/2/10
You know, I have never really liked the little light orange-ish thingy that comes up telling you new stuff about the site.... but I've always been at least ok with them.

But now, having read what I would consider a rather Huge spoiler for a show I am watching, but am not caught up on, I am very peeved.

Reading about Tsunade being in a coma is NOT what I want to see when I open up the site. Can this feature please be related to site news, or advertising new eps withOUT spoilers?

Thanks.
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Posted 10/5/10
ur absolutely right, it was really annoying to see the tsunade pop-up for me too since i waited for some more episodes to be published
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Posted 10/5/10
i've actually noticed quite a lot of spoilers lately, especially in the episode descriptions.

case in point is the description for today's episode of Bleach (291):

, i wanted to watch it.

the person who writes the episode descriptions needs to do a better job. the descriptions/synopsis are supposed to pique one's interest without giving the good parts away. instead, what's up there is a recounting of what happened in the episode (it's not a book report, son!).

here, let me put my money where my mouth is:

Tossen reveals his Ressureccion to Komamura! How will the battle between the once-bestfriends end? Meanwhile, an enraged Hirako prepares to use his Zanpakuto, Sakanade, against Aizen.

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Posted 10/5/10
I agree, and not only that but the advertisements for shows like bleach are very spoilerific. Showing Ichigo in his full hollowed form and ulqoria in his last stage would be a major spoiler to anyone who hasn't watched the past 15 or so episodes which could be a large section of people who just started watching the series on this website.

Be more supportive of the "basic show discussion" rules in which rule #1 is "NO SPOILERS!". Even unpaid fan sites know this and so should a officially paid site.
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Posted 10/7/10
I agree fully with you all, sometimes I clear my cache and I am logged out and then bam Spoiler, Do they even need to advertise about that crap? I mean it doesn't make us want to buy a premium membership more.
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