Posts Tagged ‘Toonami’
C. Martin Croker

Clay Martin Croker, Voice of Zorak 1962-2016

by Dan Collinson September 19, 2016
Vulture reports that animator and voice actor Clay Martin Croker passed away on Sunday. He was 54. Croker was best known as the voice of Zorak and Moltar on Space Ghost Coast to Coast, a late night talk show based on the classic 60s cartoon that aired on Cartoon Network. He also reprised the Moltar […]
One Punch Man Comes To Toonami July 16

One Punch Man Comes to Toonami July 16, 2016

by Peter Paltridgeon July 4, 2016
Saitama has become One Punch Man, a superhero SO POWERFUL that he annihilates anybody with just one punch. But he soon discovers this can lead to a boring existence, and he becomes jaded with everything. The new anime based on the One Punch Man manga has gained a following, and said following has been asking […]

samurai jack

Fresh Information On Samurai Jack’s New Season

by Peter Paltridgeon June 16, 2016
The Annecy animation festival in France has brought us our first look at the new season of Samurai Jack, set to premiere during the Toonami block on Adult Swim. The first public image of Jack appeared during the festival, and….whoa: In addition to the image we now know more about the season itself. Here’s what […]

FLCL Renewed For Second Season, 16 Years Later

by Peter Paltridgeon March 24, 2016
Well, that took a while, but I’m glad they finally came to a decision — it was on the bubble for so long. Yes, of all the things you never thought could continue….the hyperfrenetic, crazy, mad, insane OVA known as Fooly Cooly, or FLCL for short, will get a second season twice as long as […]

samurai jack

New Season Of Samurai Jack Airs On Toonami In 2016

by Peter Paltridgeon December 2, 2015
Rub your eyes and look again: you’re not dreaming, this is happening. Samurai Jack will return at an unspecified time next year with all-new episodes on Toonami. Everything you want to hear is in this announcement: the season will continue the storyline from where it left off; Genndy Tartakovsky himself will be executive producer (guess […]
Space Dandy

Review: “Space Dandy: Season One BooBies Edition” Has Dandy Boobies

by Chad Boninon March 9, 2015
He’s a dandy guy in space. Really, that’s all you need to know going into Space Dandy, the latest psychotrophic animated series from the brilliant minds behind Cowboy Bebop (Shinichiro Watanabe) and a host of other amazing shows. It’s an exploration of what’s possible in animation when you don’t have to worry (too much, at […]


Review: “Space Dandy: Season One Aloha Oe Edition” Goes With the Flow, Baby

by Neo Yion March 9, 2015
In the depths of space lies the man with the to-die-for pompadour. His name is Space Dandy; he’s a dandy in space. As an alien hunter, Dandy scans the far reaches of the galaxy to capture exotic, unknown species for registry in exchange for money. But as determined as he is, Dandy would rather relax […]

Review: “Cowboy Bebop” Blu-ray Yields Big Bang for Your Buck

by Chad Boninon January 21, 2015
It’s hard to be objective about Cowboy Bebop. This is the show that helped cement action on Adult Swim years ago (and is still a mainstay even now on the new Toonami block). This is the “gateway drug” for so many fans of Japanese animation. This is the reference point for “good dubs.” This is […]


“Hellsing Ultimate: IX and X” Denoument and Dismemberment

by Chad Boninon December 24, 2014
The final stand for the Hellsing Organization is here. Britain is on fire, the White House is destroyed, and a Nazi battallion is rising from the depths. Alucard may be the last stand humanity has against a torrent of bloodshed heralding an eternal reich. The final two episodes of Hellsing Ultimate are here to finish […]
Eureka Seven Blu-ray

Review: “Eureka Seven” Blu-ray – The Series is Great, the Movie is…

by Chad Boninon September 8, 2014
This is the story of a boy and a girl, a sky-surfing robot, a war between rebels and the military, and religion that drives people to prominence or destruction. Eureka Seven is a sci-fi mecha series from nearly a decade ago, and thanks to some shuffling of licenses behind the scenes, FUNimation has released the […]