Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
Toonami makes it’s triumphant return to Cartoon Network this Saturday and below is the schedule as announced. Don’t worry if one of your favorites isn’t on the list. This NerdBastard is sure that more will be added and substituted as series finish. A lot of those listed don’t have that many episodes anyways.
12:00 a.m. – Bleach
12:30 a.m. – Deadman Wonderland
01:00 a.m. – Casshern Sins
01:30 a.m. – Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
02:00 a.m. – Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG
02:30 a.m. – Cowboy Bebop
What do you think of the starting schedule?
What’s missing that you can’t wait to see added?
Welcome bastards to another installment of NerdBastards’ weekly DVD Tuesday feature. We list what came out today and recommend if it’s either a BUY, RENT, or PASS.
This week we got 4 films to see if you any of them are worthy of your money, especially with one title having five different SKU. After that, the Old is New section is packed with one classic release finally showing up on Blu-Ray and we end it with one release for the TV Show DVD section.
So what are you waiting for? Check what came out after the jump and see if there is something you want!
Bringing some anime love to the site by reporting some anime news that may interest some of you folks. First news is that next month, Adult Swim will start airing new episodes of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood once again as shown on their online TV schedule. Adult Swim has already aired 26 of the 62 episode series and that folks can buy up episode 1-39 off the iTunes store.
The next set of news is that Gintama will be making a return to Japanese television (and hopefully on Crunchyroll as well) after ending in March earlier this year. The new series will start airing in April and it seems that most of the cast will return. If anything, it may return with a new title.
The Shonen Jump news doesn’t end there as we will see two new anime as both Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal and Toriko anime series has been announced. Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal will be the fourth series of the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise and it seems the new show will coincide with the upcoming Yu-Gi-Oh! movie that features all three main characters from the past series. The new show seems to be target towards a more younger audience.
Toriko, is a comedy/action series about bishoku-ya (or Gourmet Hunters ) who hunts down rare animals and ingredients to make the best gourmet meal around. The anime will start airing in April of next year in Japan and will take place Dragon Ball Z Kai‘s time slot. As for what will happen to DBZ Kai, nothing has been announced so far as the series is currently at the beginning of the Cell Games arc and it would seem impossible to finish the Boo arc by April.
Source: ANN 1, ANN 2, ANN 3, ANN 4
Once again, it’s Tuesday and you know what that means, NerdBastards DVD Tuesday. As usual, we list what DVD comes out so that you get an idea what to get. There are many Old Is New Again this week so check that section out as well as the TV Show DVD and the Anime Pick. Also, this week, I do ask one thing from you readers and that is some feedback. I would like to know if ya’ll like the format of the list or if I should change it up, if I should list ALL major release or only things that are nerd related, etc. Any feedback is welcome and would help as I want to make this weekly feature better for you readers.. Anyway, check after the jump for this weeks release. (more…)