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Anyone remeber Untalkative Bunny? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SF1onas9 ... re=related
Spy vs Spy, peanuts (Charliebrown show),Catdog,Tom & Jerry
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Been watching Wangan Midnight for the past couple o' days. If you're into cars, I'd recommend this anime/manga. ;)
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Nostalgia hit me
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfXeBvJTO74
I'll be watching this now.

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Bobobo-Bo Bo-Bobo. It's the most random show I've ever seen.
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SirSlappy wrote:Bobobo-Bo Bo-Bobo. It's the most random show I've ever seen.
Tell me about it. :lol:
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I remember Bobobo-Bo Bo-Bobo, I could never understand it.
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You're not really supposed to :p
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Did sopmeone here watched Shakugan no shana III? Did someone else utterly HATED the ending like me?
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I remember watching some very dressing British cartoons when I was little. "Watership Down", "Plague Dogs", and "When the Wind Blows".

Something I found that might allow most of us to appreciate "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic",

"My Little Pony: The Movie"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eATAQhRYYGg

"My Little Pony: The End of Flutter Valley"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUKU0ANWWF0

"My Little Pony: Escape From Catrina"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXFUmSg-w6U

Be sure to listen out for the voices of Bart Simpson and Mom from "Futurama" in the cast.
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Let's get it trending, someone who can make it happen is watching
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Sinder wrote:#BringBackToonami
I agree. Toonami needs to come back.
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What is this Toonami you speak of?

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a programming block on Cartoon Network that used to show anime until it died out when its only anime was filler episodes of Naruto and One Piece still hurting from the 4kids dub.
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Wanderer wrote:What is this Toonami you speak of?

It helped create an entire generation of anime fans. It was created by many of the same people who would eventually create adult swim. It had a block called the Midnight Run that was a precursor to adult swim. They also did special events like playing Miyazaki movies.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toonami

Near the end, the weekly portion was rebranded Miguzi and played mostly fluff shows. I still remember the day it originally launched when I was in elementary school. The day before they played a marathon of SWAT Kats.

Here's one of their promos that has a collection of clips from some of their shows.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwO9PSe-uG4
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Ooh interesting. So they closed Toonami and replaced it with random fluff shows that no one would watch?

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Wanderer wrote:Ooh interesting. So they closed Toonami and replaced it with random fluff shows that no one would watch?
Essentially, Yes. There was an out cry from parents groups about violence in animation. Rather than forbid their own children, they tried to forbid all children. By the end I think the most radical thing they were showing was "Hamtaro". Eventually, Toonami was reduced to 1 hour on a Saturday night. It died a slow, painful death.
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Trolling Rick's twitter I found a trailer to a new movie from the people behind Summer Wars and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time coming out this July in Japan:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnliVCC3DRo
The Japanese title: Ookami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki. Approximately translates to: The Wolf Children Ame and Yuki.
...Looking for good furry anime?
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Sansash wrote:Trolling Rick's twitter I found a trailer to a new movie from the people behind Summer Wars and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time coming out this July in Japan:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnliVCC3DRo
Looking for good furry anime?
I posted some on this thread:
https://www.housepetscomic.com/forums/v ... f=7&t=1941

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Oh when it comes to anime I'm pretty much your basic Miyazaki/Ghibli fan, plus anything else that gets attention, Summer Wars and the like. I haven't really been into any anime TV shows since the heyday of Pokemon, Digimon, and Cardcaptors. Oh and when I posed that question, I was actually trying to be rhetorical, in response to the video trailer I linked. Guess I failed :)

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Sansash wrote:Oh when it comes to anime I'm pretty much your basic Miyazaki/Ghibli fan, plus anything else that gets attention, Summer Wars and the like. I haven't really been into any anime TV shows since the heyday of Pokemon, Digimon, and Cardcaptors. Oh and when I posed that question, I was actually trying to be rhetorical, in response to the video trailer I linked. Guess I failed :)
Sorry. I just wasn't thinking straight. You did good.

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I've just watched Mahou shoujo Madoka Magica. My mind blew in a tousand pieces. Epic anime is epic. Too bad it's only 12 episodes long
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Anyone remember The Animals of Farthing Wood?
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Here is a cool scene from Mahou shoujo Madoka Magica
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S75J91jx8BA
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Recently finished watching season 4 of natsume yuujinchou.

want moar. ;A;
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Thanks to Toonami, I grew up on G Gundam, Megas XLR, Yu Yu Hakusho, Cyborg 009, Rurouni Kenshin, Dragon Ball Z, Samurai Jack, and several old Miyazaki films (ex. Princess Mononoke).

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RootsofOrigin wrote:Thanks to Toonami, I grew up on G Gundam, Megas XLR, Yu Yu Hakusho, Cyborg 009, Rurouni Kenshin, Dragon Ball Z, Samurai Jack, and several old Miyazaki films (ex. Princess Mononoke).
Toonami was amazing, Princess Mononoke is the first anime anything that I saw, I watched it when I was 5.
I hope Toonami will rise from the dead.
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One of my all time favorite Toonami shows was "Outlaw Star". For furry fans, the main attraction of this show is the character Aisha Clanclan. She is a member of an alien race of cat people called the Ctarl-Ctarl, and she is hilarious! Especially with her English dubbing actress!

Just watch this episode:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sn4Vf0M4kfo
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Eureka Seven: AO(Astral Ocean)

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New series serving as the sequel to the original Eureka Seven anime. Eureka Seven: AO follows Ao Fukai, a thirteen-year-old boy who strangely resembles Eureka and Renton, the main protagonists of the original anime.
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I was just made aware of it thanks to my sister. Apparantly the first episode was released on April 12th.
As if that wasn't enough, it seems his father has been gone for an unknown amount of time, and his mother disappeared ten years ago.
http://eurekaseven.wikia.com/wiki/Eureka_Seven:_AO
http://www.animefreak.tv/watch/eureka-seven-ao-online First episode can be found here.

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I've been watching Naruto Spin Off: Rock Lee And His Ninja Pals.

It's pretty funny and makes fun of the Naruto universe.
Warning: If you haven't seen the first few seasons of Naruto Shippuden, you probably won't get some of the stuff. Any there may be some spoilers. I don't think there has really been anything important, this show is supposed to be funny and doesn't really go into the current or past story line, but that could always change.
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Is someone watching Saint Seya Omega and wondering what the**** happened to the series after discovering Lost Canvas was cancelled.
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I saw Neji smile, which I'm not sure I enjoyed, although the show's good. Reminds me of Shin Chan though, oddly, heh.

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Its official... Toonami is back!
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I'm happy about that despite not actually watching it! :D
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It's like having a part of your childhood come back to life.
There's even an awesome rap commemorating Toonami's return.

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I get to see some episodes of The Amazing World of Gumball, and I quite like the silliness of the cast. Got a few laughs from them. Adventure Time though.... maybe it's because I'm not American, but I don't really understand what's so great about it :?

Oh, and I've been following an anime fansub group, Zorori-Project, that focuses more on obscure animes with elements of anthropomorphism in them, like Tetsunoshin and Kaiketsu Zorori. Not great animes, but they're furry-ish nonetheless. You can search for them in Youtube. I like Gon though.
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I'm not sure Adventure Time's appeal is specifically American, but the main appeal is the surrealism as well as the fairly nerdy themes.
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