Happy 17th Birthday Toonami!

    Special Birthday shout-out to all of the amazing Toonami FANS and fan sites over the years who have supported us and spread the word! Truly, Toonami wouldn’t have been anything without you. Let’s see if we can go another 17, huh? Who’s with us??

    Love, The Toonami Crew.

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    Happy 17th birthday Toonami.

    Over 100 series strong, and still the greatest home for action-animation in the United States. Died a horrible death and came back smelling like a rose and in a better state than its been in years.

    Not many blocks have the longevity of Toonami (including inspiring a pair of global networks, including Toonami Asia Pacific), and I doubt there would be an environment like it on American television again.

    Often imitated, never duplicated. All powerful, all strong, all heroes.

    And the Revolution continues to be televised.

    Light the birthday cannon, it’s party time!

    Happy Birthday to us! Thanks Thoughtnami!

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    ↳ Shingeki no Kyojin, not your average shounen animanga.

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  1. toonami:

    Get excited! Black Lagoon is coming to Toonami on March 22nd.

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    Shingeki no Kyojin: A Broken World

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  4. funimation:

    Kodansha Comics Announces Attack on Titan: Colossal Edition Manga

    Kodansha Comics is on a roll! They’ve just announced that they will be releasing the Attack on Titan: Colossal Edition on May 27th. This massive release will be comprised of the first five volumes of the Attack on Titan manga series.

    Kodansha Comics promises that it’ll be “bigger than you’ve ever seen them before. Clocking in at 7″x10.5″ and around 1,000 pages…” The Colossal Edition will retail for $59.99.

    Fans can currently watch episodes of the hit anime series on in Japanese with English subtitles. FUNimation recently announced that the English Dub of the series will premiere at Anime Boston in March.

    The series will release on Blu-ray/DVD Combo later this year. You can place your pre-orders here.