Code Monkeys is an American television program based around a video game company called Gameavision, and it has impressive 80's style graphics to mimic what it would be like set inside a video game (Not that of ReBoot mind you!)
My personal opinion: It's a great show filled with tons of laughs.
Where it could be placed on the Schedule -- I think it would primarily be on the weekends late at night, seeing as though it would air late at night anyway.
It is an English dub
Has 2 seasons, approximately 22 mintues between each episode
Season 1 had 13 episodes total
Season 2 also had 13 episodes total
--For a grand total of 26 episodes.
I hope that it could make on the Schedule, but if not, thought I'd give it a shot - Thanks!
I'm big fan of Batman TAS. However, after watching Batman TAS + Adventure of Batman & Robin for 3 times (emphasis on AoB&R), something cross my mind - how about Toonami Aftermath shows continuation of series.
New Batman Adventures
Wikipedia link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_Batman_Adventures
Highlights of one NBA episode http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTiPIy32D-E
Unlike TAS (first "season" of Batman) it has less episodes from said season (and just a bit more than AoB&R), some memorable episodes came also from New Adventures arc/season. For example:
*Dick Grayson's arguement with Batman and he becomes Nightwing
*Tim Drake becomes new Robin
*some unforgetfull episodes as well:
*Joker's millions (one of the Joker's boss from his younger days dies and he inherits Mob King's fortune, leading to comical developments)
*Over the Edge (Batgirl's death leads to unimaginable events between Gotham's finest and Bat Family)
*Mad Love (Harley Quinn's origin story... worth of mentioning it was made into comic; one of the BEST episode NBA has to offer)
As for the reason why am I thinking this show is TA worthy - not so many people on chat heard of this arc. After few minutes of conversation they were totally hooked about its concept, but were baffled why it is not on the schedule plan.
Where in schedule I see NBA? Either as new episodes for already on-going Batman TAS block or for episodes after Superman TAS on weekends. Both ways are fine really.
So, I recently discovered this new cartoon called Gravity Falls and it is surprisingly awesome.
This new Disney cartoon follows twin brother and sister Dipper and Mabel Pines who are in for an unexpected adventure when they spend the summer with their great uncle in the mysterious town of Gravity Falls, Oregon. Upon their arrival, Dipper and Mabel's huckster great uncle, Grunkle Stan, enlists the siblings' help in running The Mystery Shack, a fun tourist trap he owns that overcharges unsuspecting customers. Although Dipper and Mabel quickly discover The Mystery Shack itself is a hoax, they sense there is something strange about their new town and together they begin to unlock the secrets of Gravity Falls.
I was honestly surprised to find such an amazing cartoon series airing on the Disney Channel. Think of this show as David Lynch's Twin Peaks meets The X-Files filtered through 1990s and 2000s cartoon comedy gold. If you are a fan of shows like Adventure Time and/or Regular Show, Gravity Falls is perfect if not a better cartoon for you. The show is a sweet mixture of hilarious, disturbing and enchanting. I also found the opening theme to be quite captivating. Its definitely worth giving Gravity Falls a shot. Check it out.
I remember the day when my family got satelite tv. One of the channels was Cartoon Network (french commercials/letters, english dub). During Toonami block, apart from Batman TAS, Big O, Batman Beyond, Justice League (some of the memorable shows), there was one more show, one which stayed in good memory of those days...
Thirteen years after their sudden disappearance, an alien race known as the Heterodyne resurface without warning. To combat the Heterodyne, three office workers from the 21st Century Security Corporation operate Dai-Guard—a giant robot no longer regarded as an oversized paperweight. Unfortunately, Dai-Guard is somewhat obsolete and in disrepair. It's a tough job, but salarymen can also save the world.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EHmbrK8KZI - Dai Guard opening
The reason( why would I enjoy this show airing on Toonami Aftermath: well, for one, it would be real blast from the past for peeps who were watching Toonami in it's prime/golden age. Also, it would bring another mecha/giant robots anime to the collection; I already talked to few members of chat (HeavyA, gohansupersaiyan20, Deganveran are chosen few) and from what they told me, they see it as potential rival to Patlabor (team of coworkers operating giant robots), maybe even better than Patlabor.
As for when it should be aired... well, I'm not sure about weekday's scheme, but for the weekends, perhaps, maybe Patlabor on sunday and Dai Guard on saturday (after Big O), like there are Mon/Wed/Fri - FMA and Tue/Thu - Trigun.
Well, that would be from my end, the rest is up to you. Peace!
Hey their Toonami community. I made this Jack promo from ep. 40 and I want to know what you all think about my work! So please critique to your hearts content. The reason I ask is because Im going to make a short film from the rest of the episode.
Hope you enjoy,
This time with yours truly, and in special "Podcast" form! Brought to you by Mission Start Podcast - Fan based opinions, news and reviews on video games and anime.
Here's your nifty link below, and yes I hear the nasal voice in me as well.
Show: Tekkaman Blade
Wiki Page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tekkaman_Blade
Theme Song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmX564UTabE
Episode 1 Part 1 English Dub: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4DrqMYzdLg&feature=related
Description/Plot from Wikipedia Page
Description: Tekkaman Blade (宇宙の騎士テッカマンブレード Uchū no Kishi Tekkaman Burēdo?, lit. "Space Knight Tekkaman Blade") or Teknoman is an anime series, released in 1992 and 1995 in both Japanese and English language versions.
Plot: “During United Earth Year 192, the Earth is under attack from an extraterrestrial enemy known as the Radam; parasites that take other creatures as hosts. The Radam forces comprise of grotesque bug-like monsters that are led by armored soldiers known as the Tekkamen...” (Excerpt)
Reason: If you like Mech Anime and are a Science Fiction fan, then this show is for you. I do not know much about this show just thought it would be something different for the site.
Time: During the Giant Robot Hour Block
For the mods: If they are any changes needed, please let me know and I will be glad to make them.
So once Bukkit updates to allow 1.3.1, anyone have any plans for the server? Like if Toon is going to add any new mods, or if someone is planning a new project?
With the inclusion of enderchests, I was thinking of making a bank, so we can have a storage/access in the Overworld, Nether and the End. I'm also curious about the possiblity of the new temples for deserts and jungles, as well as the new trading for NPCs. That will likely affect how enchanting is paid, as the villagers would be able to repair items, though I don't know if they will remove the enchants or not. I will need to test that.
But anyways, anyone else have any thoughts?
Looks like the edit button seems rather fickle on where it pops up. Also it looks like I can edit my first post, but I can't edit my second post, though I had the button and options right after I made my second post. Just an FYI, though I'm not sure if it's my browser or something else.