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  • The characters in the Heat the Soul series are directly based upon characters taken from Bleach.
  • Using characters taken directly from Bleach manga, the player uses each character's unique abilities to battle and defeat an opponent.
  • His character has also been featured in several types of merchandising from Bleach such as action figures, key chains and plush.
  • Besides the manga series, Orihime has also appeared in other media from Bleach franchise, including anime series, animated films, video games and rock musicals.
  • It remained one of the few songs from Bleach which Nirvana continued to perform live until Cobain's death in April 1994.
  • If the stock was bleached sufficiently white it was drained and washed from bleach residues, and if not more bleach was added until a good color was obtained. Cited from Hemp Hurds as Paper-Making Material, by Dewey and Merrill
  • Readers from the manga have liked Chad's character, with him appearing in the characters popularity polls from Bleach.
  • Also in Japan, Tite Kubo used the song as the image song for the character Orihime Inoue from Bleach.
  • Jan also voiced the character Chad from Bleach anime.
  • The show is the part of "Rock Musical Bleach DX" performance and it features complete Soul Society arc storyline from Bleach manga along with the main actors.
  • The smaller of these curved to the east from Bleach Green Junction as a burrowing junction passing under a skew span of the larger Main Line viaduct which curved westwards.
  • It should also be noted that Wal-Mart has another "Sam's Choice" type company of its own under the name Great Value, which caters to a number of different products ranging from bleach to beef jerky.
  • After draining and washing free from bleach residues, the stock was furnished in the beater with 13 per cent of clay, 1 per cent of resin size, and 2.5 per cent of alum, was tinted blue, given one hour's light brush, and pumped to the stock chest. Cited from Hemp Hurds as Paper-Making Material, by Dewey and Merrill
  • Polarity features guest appearances by Davy Baysinger from Bleach, duet vocals; Dan Spencer Supertones with a trumpet line; and Josh Robieson (Flatfoot 56), bagpipe riff.