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Posted 5/3/12 , edited 5/3/12
Question: The big question most people online ask is how is this project any different from everything else online?

Answer: If we step back and examine a few of the Toonami movements already online, you'll notice they have managed to gather people in numbers only. Signing petitions, creating countless websites, and sending Cartoon Network numerous complaints just isn't enough. Sure even Steve Blum has gotten involved in this campaign to bring back Toonami, but he alone is just one man in it for himself (of course I do not speak for Steve Blum, but from what I gather he appears to fully support Toonami).

Which brings us back to how this project (Toonamis Revival) is different from everything else online. For one thing we have openly stated how we disagree with Cartoon Network, and how they abandoned Toonami all those years ago. We have made a strategic move in an attempt to obtain the Toonami trademark from Cartoon Network. On Rocket Hub we have setup the project with added details which will explain more about the project, and of course if you decide to pledge we have added awards for each level of pledging (http://www.rockethub.com/projects/7073-toonamis-revival)

This is where most supporters of Toonami either sit back and complain, or find some intriguing reason how this goal will fail. This idea would have been a lot more attractive if it were still 2008 just after Toonami went off the air, I say this because a majority of the fans now watch anime online. We are not looking away from what's true, but instead trying to improve Toonami so it can air once more. (WE ARE DONE DREAMING)

Signing a petition/twitition online will not in any way have a real impact on something as big as Toonami, and I apologize for being so blunt about what I consider the truth. The hard fact is their will never be 1 million supporters online at this time, we are to few in numbers and spread out so wide that it makes it very difficult right now.

Our project is different because we have stopped dreaming about this fantasy where Toonami returns to Cartoon Network as if nothing had ever changed. It's very frustrating to accept this harsh BS, but Toonami needs their own TV network so they can once again continue on this endless journey. Toonami was apart of us in some form, and because of how it made us feel that is exactly why we are continuing with this project.

Toonamis Revival is a project that's' been setup to reclaim Toonamis glory and continue on its own TV network.


So wait what does that mean?

Means Toonami can be on 24/7, Adult Swim along with Cartoon Network would no longer be on the same network, and anime new and old would air without horrible cartoons interrupting broadcasts. I can list more reasons but I would rather you check out our CNN iReport instead, and be sure to visit each link on the CNN iReport page ( http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-774899)




But let me know what you think, how you see this project, and of course Stay Gold!

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Posted 5/4/12 , edited 5/4/12
I should add that this project stands more of a chance in succeeding if more supporters voice their opinion about this project. Even negative opinions would actually help us grow as a whole then not at all. The more supporters I see online that follow other movements I do wonder what their true expectation are.

When you support other Toonami movements have you ever wondered to what extent will this really get noticed or help? With our project we neither care about if we get noticed by Cartoon Network or other movements, but instead focus more on what to put back into Toonami in general.

We focus more on the anime line up, and what our future budget will look like after we obtain Toonamis trademark. After checking out what it would cost just to air certain anime on the network it does have the budget aimed high. But as supporters you can add your input on what anime you would rather see and not see in the anime line up.

What game reviews would you like TOM to cover, and of course what anime trailer mash ups would you enjoy seeing. What anime conventions would you like to see covered, and reviewed by TOM?

Toonamis Revival is different in so many ways that it has you wondering what the future of Toonami will hold for ya. I could spend more time on here trying to grab your attention, but I would rather just say thank you for now.

Again thank you for stopping by, and I hope to hear more from you soon.


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