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We’re picking up this little show from Japan, we hope you like it. More details when we get closer to the time.
Update: DBZ Kai will be replacing Bleach on November 8, 2014 at 12:00 AM.
Toonami Wants Your Opinion
On August 2, 2014, in a succession of tweets, Toonami co-creator Jason Demarco asked fans to write him and tell him "what should Toonami be going forward." He wrote: "Here's the deal. Write me @ 1065 Williams Street, Atlanta, GA 30309 OR send us a message at Toonami.tumblr.com and let us know what you think. We weren't allowed to accept mail for a long while but we are now, so why not? Help us manipulate the manual."
He also added: "Intruder 2 is gonna change a lot of things at #Toonami, but it's a ways off, so there's no better time to get your feedback."
Cowboy Bebop has been relicensed and will return in July. However it will not be in HD as the remastered version is not ready yet.
The Toonami comic promised at last years MomoCon will be released in 2015 and will be tied to the Intruder II T.I.E.
Here are the exclusive interviews with Bryce Papenbrook, Cherami Leigh and the Toonami crew as they sat down with the Toonami Faithful crew at this year’s MoMoCon. They provide some insight into your favorite shows, such as Sword Art Online, Attack On Titan, as well as Toonami itself!
Bryce Papenbrook: 00:00
Cherami Leigh: 16:30
Toonami Crew: 32:19
Sailor Moon - Licensed by Viz Media
North American anime distributor Viz Media announced after its Anime Central panel on Friday that it licensed the original Sailor Moon magical girl anime franchise. The streaming, digital, and home video licenses include all 200 episodes from the five television series, the three feature films, and the assorted tie-in specials. This will include the first North American release of the final television series, Sailor Moon Sailor Stars.
Viz is offering the franchise without edits in its original uncropped 4:3 aspect ratio, with the original Japanese names, story elements, and relationships. It is also producing an uncut English dub with a new voice cast.
Viz aims to release the franchise digitally with English subtitles starting this summer, followed by the English dub starting in late 2014. It also plans DVD and Blu-ray/DVD combo releases in half-season sets starting this fall.
The series began streaming with English subtitles on Viz Media's NeonAlley.com service and the Hulu Plus service on Monday May 19, 2014. Two episodes debut every Monday ("Moon-day," as Viz's representatives deemed it).
An all-new version of the popular ReBoot franchise is currently in development by Rainmaker Entertainment's new television division, Mainframe Entertainment. The reimagining of the venerable ReBoot series comes just in time for its 20th anniversary. Making its debut on television screens in 1994, ReBoot was centered on the world of Mainframe, where a guardian program sprite and his friends defended the system from superviruses bent on creating havoc and destruction. Mainframe Entertainment will team with leading computer industry manufacturers to update the ReBoot universe and create a ground-breaking viewing experience for fans.
Read the official press release from Rainmaker Entertainment here. Update: Rainmaker Entertainment president Michael Hefferon spills details on the relaunch here.