THE RETURN OF TOONAMI?
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26 / M / The OC
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Posted 5/25/12
Hell yeah, Adult Swim has decided to revive the old cartoon network block Toonami that was cancelled. Now way back when, Toonami was a Cartoon Network block similar to Boomerang but it showed us popuar anime like Dragon Ball Z, One Piece, .hack SIGN, Sailor Moon, Outlax Star and even the Gundam series. This might not be the case for most of us, but it was Toonami that got me watching anime in the first place. and now they plan to bring it back on saturday nights. Some might be excited (like me) and others might not be but I would like to hear some opinions. how do you feel about the new Toonami?
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Posted 5/25/12
I'm annoyed cause I don't think its back in Australia :\. Someone please prove me wrong.
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22 / F / Stern Bild City
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Posted 5/25/12
I think this is a duplicate?
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Posted 5/26/12
This is a duplicate >.<

But - I don't see the big deal. Adult Swim has been showing this same "Toonami Line up" sans Deadman Wonderland and one other show for awhile now. Bleach, Bebop, Brotherhood, Durarara!!, plus a few others that slip my mind, have been on every Saturday night for a long time. The line up for Toonami as of right now, is not impressive to me in the slightest. I'll be excited when they change the whole line-up, not add 2 new and keep the old 4-5.

But, in a non-crabby light, it is nice to rename this same block back to Toonami, since that is what I grew up watching and it got me into anime for awhile when I was younger.. Though when it was around at that time, my dear mother decided that I was too young to see such things, so I would sneak it.
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27 / M / Australia
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Posted 5/26/12
I know i can watch them all online, but its still annoying I cant watch it in AUS
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