Viz comic's official Facebook page blocked

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Lew Stringer
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Viz comic's official Facebook page blocked

Post by Lew Stringer » 16 Feb 2016, 15:53

Facebook, the multi-million dollar social network site that happily allows everything from photos of fluffy kittens and snapshots of people's dinners to pouting pubescent selfies, images of roadkill, far right groups such as Britain First and the English Defence League, and worse, have today suspended the official page of Viz Comic.

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Post by Phoenix » 16 Feb 2016, 16:52

Lew Stringer wrote:Facebook, the multi-million dollar social network site that happily allows everything from photos of fluffy kittens and snapshots of people's dinners to pouting pubescent selfies, images of roadkill, far right groups such as Britain First and the English Defence League, and worse, have today suspended the official page of Viz Comic.
That is funnier than Viz itself if recent comments on ComicsUK about the publication are to be believed.

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Re: Viz comic's official Facebook page blocked

Post by starscape » 16 Feb 2016, 17:15

Not any more

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Re: Viz comic's official Facebook page blocked

Post by TwoHeadedBoy » 16 Feb 2016, 17:54

starscape wrote:Not any more
Well that's a relief - thought I'd have to go back on my "not buying it anymore" stance in order to show my support :lol:
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