Yeah, but I wouldn't really consider Durarara!! as a Toonami show because it never officially aired on Toonami. Even though it is under Toonami shows on Adult Swim's website, it's only because Adult Swim just renamed the action section. I wouldn't consider it a Toonami show unless it happens to air on Toonami or if Adult Swim begins branding the action page with Toonami bumps/backgrounds/logos like they did with Toonami Jetstream, instead of just changing the name.AS Video is probably the closest thing to Jetstream/Reactor that Toonami is going to get now.
Thanks for linking to the article. The very fact that Steve Blum cares about it so much that he voice acts for Toonami without pay shows his generosity and I couldn't be more thankful. Also, with a voice acting career as expansive as his, he shouldn't have to live pay check by pay check.
Um, what?In 1999, he boarded the spaceship Absolution as the voice of T.O.M., the host of Adult Swim’s anime programming block, Toonami; the block ran until September of 2008. In April of 2012, as part of an April Fools’ joke, Adult Swim revived Toonami for one night.
I interpreted it as them addressing it for what is currently true: "Adult Swim's Toonami block".Um, what?
In 1999 Sonny Strait was the voice of TOM1. Steve Blum didn't show up until TOM2 in 2000.
And the block did not run on Adult Swim until 2008, it ran on Cartoon Network.
That's what I did as well when I read the article. Though, it still could have been worded a bit better in order to make the statement clearer, like how the block was originally a part of Cartoon Network's lineup and has currently been brought back for Adult Swim.I interpreted it as them addressing it for what is currently true: "Adult Swim's Toonami block".
The Big O will definitely air on Toonami in the future since Adult Swim owns the season 2 episodes. Durarara!! might air on Toonami, but it depends on when Adult Swim decides to change their line up and if they still have the rights to the show. The show may not even air again before the rights expire since it wasn't doing well in rerun ratings to the point Adult Swim pulled it instead of Cowboy Bebop or Ghost in the Shell.TheCtes said:Durarara!! and The Big O are definetely not Toonami shows before they've aired there imo. Though they probably will soon assuming they'll switch the rerunning shows sometimes.
Nice video man!
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