Toonami has announced a change to their line-up which also includes the debut of Sword Art Online.
This has been a rather fast turn around on an anime debuting on American television. I wasn't really big into the anime scene back when Toonami was still alive but I don't think they ever had an anime dubbed into English and debuting on US television seven months after the series' debut in Japan.
I don't know about Toonami itself but I know there has been at least one case of an anime debuting in Japan and then being dubbed and on TV in America in only a few months: Digimon. First episode aired in Japan March 1999 and then in US in August of the same year.
I watched the first 15 episodes via subtitles in japanese....I liked watching it that way...anyways..the only anime I've ever really watched or wasn't annoyed by but after I think episode 15 it became less appealing.....Something happened and I was just like "WTF is this BS..." and stopped watching.. Has to do with change of appearance..( without giving anything away/spoiling)
You know what Australia needs again? Toonami. As for SAO the only thing I liked about it was the music by Yuki Kajiura.
does Yuki also do music for shingeki no kyojin, heroic age, and my favorite pandora hearts. I could've sworn i saw her name in an anime once, probably PH, just can't remember which?
Yeah PH and many others like Fate/Zero, Madlax, Tsubasa Chronicles, Mai Otome, most songs in Gundam Seed/Destiny, Garden of Sinners etc. She's a beast composer.
I KNEW IT, sort of, i recognized her name and PH hearts just came to mind for some reason ^_^ thnx for conformation havd a bubz
Toonami needs to start earlier!
I know what happened to when it used to start at 5 P.M. I miss those days. I don't want to stay up so late just to watch something I've already saw or can watch on the internet but if it were earlier I'd watch the whole block.
Toonami needs to start earlier and Adult Swim needs to start showing anime again.
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