I hope it will remain. Maybe the people who were teenagers (I was about 14 I think) when it originally started it will be enough to show it some love. Hell, the kids who grew up with it should be enough....and people who don't know might like it too. I'm just happy it's coming back. As long as they don't screw up and try and change the formula drastically, I'm feeling like I did waaaay back in the day. Rushing home from school to get my Sailor Moon fix, splitting Algebra homework between checking out Outlaw Star....crying those were the days.
I'm interestes in the line up. But even if you're not, just leave the TV on anyway. These first bunch
of showings are going to be entirely on view ratings, the more views they get the more money, the more money the more licenses they can afford. So seupport the first couple of weeks even if you're not interested. Give this revival all you have!!!!
DeMarco added that Toonami will not be showing Naruto, Dragon Ball Z, and similar titles since "the rights to those shows are owned by our competition or are out of our price range." He continued, "Something you should know about THIS Toonami: We have very, very little $$. This experiment will need ratings success to receive more funding for new shows, more [mascot character] Tom animation, etc. I'm thankful for the $$ we've gotten, but it isn't a lot."
I was one of the many hoping for Dragon Ball Z. It's too bad. Hopefully, one day once the funds are up. sad
To me, nothing beats the classic line-up. I'm not all into the new animes nowadays. Cartoon Network has turned from a fun awesome channel for kids to a what the heck animations and the Adult Swim line-up is a bunch of ugly drawings that I get sick of seein and they aren't humorous at all.
I'm sick of FMA already.
At least Metalocolypse is funny.