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    Post by Henshin Ikeda on Mon Feb 06, 2012 7:06 pm

    You read this post right well let me explain, for those of you who do not know what Toonzaki is its owned by 4kids network TV studio.

    For me 4kids is the antichrist of all anime networks, but in this case Toonzaki reminds you of Toonami at a glance.

    Toonami was a blessing in disguise, polar opposite of 4kids. Sadly in 2008 they went off they air, and millions of fans dropped out of radar.

    Toonzaki does offer some anime, with most coming from crunchyroll or hulu. Some anime on the website are subbed but keep in mind 4kids is partnered now with Funimation so we can hopefully look forward to more anime in the future.


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    Post by ggbrice on Mon Feb 06, 2012 8:29 pm

    It makes me sad when I see watered down versions of yugioh And beyblade on the air these days. ......... if only people knew what real anime was:(
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    Post by Henshin Ikeda on Mon Feb 06, 2012 11:45 pm

    ggbrice wrote:It makes me sad when I see watered down versions of yugioh And beyblade on the air these days. ......... if only people knew what real anime was:(


    I miss the good old days where toonami aired, pretty much got me really hooked on anime. I was into in the 80s but my childhood revolved around toonami while in school.

    Toonami would be the main thing I would stay up for and watch. Now that most things are online it makes it easier to get into more anime but I feel bad toonami went off the air.

    To me toonami also kept you up to date in popular anime that was being released in the USA dub wise as well.

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