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Discussion in 'The Adult Swim/Toonami Forum' started by BrianLeague, May 26, 2012.
I got you covered.
@JShaggy Haha, that was fast! Looks really good!
After skipping out on it last year, Toonami is returning to MomoCon on May 26.
That's pretty cool. Maybe they'll have some big announcements for the block.
Looks like I picked the right year to go to MomoCon. Coincidentally, it falls on the 5 year anniversary of Toonami's revival.
That is cool they would continue MomoCon again.
Where is the Titan talkback?
They got Big O season one back!
Cool. Maybe now I can finally check it out.
That's pretty cool. I'll see if I can check it out at some point too. I saw a couple of episodes of season two when they aired on the block, but I don't think I ever saw an episode from the first season. I'm not sure if I'd stay up for their rerun slot to watch it, assuming that it does happen when the Ghost in the Shell series wraps up its run, but if it's put up on their On Demand section, I'll give it a shot.
Oh cool, I really hope they air it. I've already seen it, but I'd watch it again, and a whole new audience could watch.
A bit of personal news: I won't be able to do this week's talkback thread for Samurai Jack. I'll be out of state for the week.
If someone could take over for me this weekend, that would be great.
I can fill in. Haven't done any for a while since One Piece ended.
Samurai Jack marathon on Memorial Day Weekend. 11p-4a. Calling it now.
^Sounds likely, it would be a good way to air all of those episodes at once and the day would work for it. I hope Toonami does this.
Yeah, I expect the same.
I wonder what will air at 11 once Jack finishes though. Will Toonami keep the slot and air a new show there or rerun Jack? Or will Adult Swim take it back and air Family Guy again?
Random question: Do we anticipate Toonami to continuously air Dragon Ball Super forever, or will they take breaks? Like "Attack on Titan" is doing...(or like "Jo Jo" may be doing)...
I assume that they'll keep airing Dragon Ball Super for its entire run. They had to take a break with Attack on Titan because the second season wasn't made yet. They also had to take a break with Jojo in order to get Attack on Titan's new season on the lineup/ There probably wouldn't be any need for them to take a break with Dragon Ball Super. They'd still want it as one of the headlining shows on the block and having brand new Dragon Ball content would be too good for them to pass up on for another show.
Dragon Ball Super doesn't really take breaks, does it? Because Attack on Titan, One Punch Man, and Jojo are season-oriented shows, so they kind of have to wait for the next seasons to start (or be dubbed, in Jojo's case) to continue.