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Don’t miss out on one of the most memorable events of your life. On August 21st, 2017, Shousetsu Bang*Bang’s 68th issue, Total Eclipse, will start in the United States, then travel out across the rest of the world.
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The only truly safe way to look directly at this issue is through special solar filters or solar viewers. However, if you are willing to live dangerously, this issue can be viewed with no special equipment beyond an internet-capable device with a screen.
Always inspect a new Shousetsu Bang*Bang issue before use. Read and follow any instructions printed on or packaged with the issue, especially those contained at the issue’s wiki page.
Always supervise children using Shousetsu Bang*Bang. In fact, keep it out of reach of children entirely.
If you are in the path of totality for this issue, do your part to help others view safely. Share links and recommendations on social media to prevent accidental harm done by missing the issue entirely. Leave comments for creators to honor their participation in this once-in-a-generation event.
Shousetsu Bang*Bang is one of nature’s grandest spectacles. By following these simple rules, you can safely enjoy the issue and be rewarded with memories to last a lifetime.
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