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    Hunter x Hunter

    Hunter x Hunter

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    Nippon Television Network Corporation (ended 2014)
    Gon, a young boy who lives on Whale Island, dreams of becoming a Hunter like his father, who left when Gon was still young. Abundant riches, hidden treasures, fearsome monsters, and exotic creatures are scattered around the world... Gon departs on a journey to become a Pro Hunter who risks his life in search of the unknown. Along the way, he meets other applicants for the Hunter exam: Kurapika, Leorio, and Killua. Can Gon pass the rigorous challenges of the Hunter exam and become the best Hunter in the world!? His wild and epic journey is about to begin!!moreless
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    Tatakau Shisho: The Book of Bantorra

    Tatakau Shisho: The Book of Bantorra

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    (ended 2010)
    This is an anime adaptation of Ishio Yamagata's Tatakau Shisho series of light novels. The story takes place in a world where the dead become books, the living become mindless bombs and the Gods long ago abandoned humanity. Acting-Director Hamutz Meseta leads the of the Armed Librarians in a seemingly endless struggle to protect the precious books from the ruthless Church of Shindeki(Drowning in God's Grace). Alternative title:
    Armed Librarians: Book of Bantorra
    Tatakau Shisho to Koisuru Bakudan
    Fighting Librarians Opening Theme:
    "Datengoku Sensen" by ALI PROJECT Ending Theme:
    "Light of Dawn" by Annabel
    "Dominant space" by Aira Yuukimoreless
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    Transformers Rescue Bots

    Transformers Rescue Bots

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    Transformers Rescue Bots is The Hub's animated series which follows the Autobots on a mission to protect humans. Heatwave, Boulder, Blades and Chase were sent to a technologically advanced island to team up with a human family. The humans are a police chief, firefighter, rescue pilot and engineer, and work to teach the new bots about teamwork and being heroes.moreless
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    Black Lagoon

    Black Lagoon

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    TV Tokyo
    On an unusual but routine business trip in South East Asia, fate turns business man Rokuro Okajima's life around when pirates hijack his ship and take him hostage. In a strange turn of events Rokuro joins the Russian mafia-employed motley crew and adopts the moniker 'Rock.'

    The second season is also known under the title: Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage In July 2008, a third season was announced. The third season, also known as Black Lagoon: Roberta`s Blood Trail airs mid-2010.moreless
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    Initial D

    Initial D

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    Animax Entertainment
    This story is fiction. All names of characters, places, and organizations in the story are fictional. Follow the traffic rules and drive safely. - opening Initial D disclaimer. Initial D chronicles the story of 18-year old high school student Takumi Fujiwara, a fairly relaxed kid who never really enjoyed driving, especially when for years, he has to deliver tofu for his dad in the wee hours of the morning along the windy roads of Mount Akina in a Toyota Treuno AE86 (a Corolla equivalent also known as the Eight-Six or Hachi Roku). But then one morning, Takumi does his usual tofu run when he overtakes a Mazda RX-7 FD3S which is driven by Keisuke Takahashi: one of the hottest street racers in the prefecture. Takumi soon finds himself involved in the world of street racing as racers from all over come and challenge him both on Mt. Akina and other mountainous courses. This series was based on Shuichi Shigeno's manga which has had published over 35 volumes since 1996. The anime is full of high-res computer graphics rendering of real brands of street cars. Season Organization:
    The series is organized into the following five stages plus some bonus stages for recaps, specials and movies.
    First Stage
    Number of Episodes: 26
    Originally aired: 1998 (JP), 2005 (Latin America)
    Video released: 2000 (JP), 2003�2005 (US - Tokyopop), 2007 boxset distribution (US - Funimation)
    Description: Takumi grows his reputation of being the best downhill racer in Akina in his rather humble Eight-Six. After casually passing Keisuke Takahashi, Takumi must race Keisuke in a proper battle. Other opponents try to take him on as well, including Takeshi Nakazato and Shingo Shouji of the Night Kids, a rainy weather specialist, and even a pair of women racers who have owned on a nearby mountain. Ultimately he must battle Ryosuke Takahashi of the Red Suns who has studied Takumi's every move since Takumi's first race. Second Stage
    Number of Episodes: 13
    Originally aired: 1999-2000 (JP).
    Video released: 2000-2001 (JP), 2005 (US � Tokyopop), 2007 boxset distribution (US - Funimation)
    Description: Takumi must deal with the Emperor team and their Mitsubishi Lancer Evolutions. They have devastated every opponent they have raced, and Takumi is about to suffer a devastation of his own when he learns of Natsuki's secret. Afterwards, Takumi is faced with another challenger who also has a souped-up Eight-Six with a Turbo. Initial D Third Stage (movie) MOVIETOME
    Duration: 114 minutes
    Originally aired: January 13, 2001 (JP), April 18, 2003 (US - Big Apple Anime Fest).
    Description: Months after the Second Stage, Takumi wants to calm down and live a normal life, but that changes as he is confronted by his old rival Ryosuke Takahashi with a proposal to join his new racing team. Takumi tries to figure out if he should join, but first he must prove to himself he is worthy by racing a rematch against Emperor leader Kyouichi Sudou, and then battle Kai Kogashikawa, the son of Bunta's rival. Sil-Eighty Extra Stage (OVA)
    Number of Episodes: 2
    Video released: March 22, 2001 (JP). November 8, 2005 (US - Tokyopop)
    Description: This is a spinoff of the Initial D series that focuses on the background story of the all-girls racing duo of Mako and Sayuki. Learn where they came from, how Mako got her car, and about Mako's tragic past as they have a brush with the Night Kids and the Emperor teams.

    Battle Stage
    Duration: 50 minutes
    Released: 2002
    Description: This special covers the main battles of Initial D from the first three stages, and includes a battle where Keisuke faces the LanEvo IV. Sil-Eight Extra Stage 2: Tabidachi No Green (OVA)
    Number of episodes: 1
    Originally released: October 3, 2008 on SkyPerfect TV Pay-per-view
    Video Released: Decmeber 2008 in Japan
    Description: More adventures with the Impact Blue girls to mark the 10th anniversary of Initial D. Fourth Stage
    Number of Episodes: 24
    Originally released: 2004-2006 in Japan. Two episodes were released every 3rd Saturday on every other month. 2010 (US, Funimation)
    Description: Project D, led by Ryosuke Takahashi, has been tearing up the town as they have challenged and dominated many different racing teams and mountains. That is, until they have to deal with the Saitama Challenge and the Toudou Racing School, which trains professional racers. Keisuke battles some of the top racers as the master of the uphill battle, and Takumi finds himself racing greater challenges from a pro rally car driver to a team known as Godfoot and Godhand. Initial D The Movie MOVIETOME
    Originally aired: 2005 in Asia. 2007 in US on AZN TV.
    Video Release: August 19, 2005 (Region 3). August 26, 2005 (US)
    Description: A live action movie dubbed in Cantonese based on the series, and starring action star Jay Chou as Takumi.The live-action movie will not be covered here. Fifth Stage
    Number of Episodes:
    12
    Originally aired: 2012 on Animax pay-per-view, 2 episodes released every month (JP)
    Description: Further adventures with Takumi and Project D as they continue touring prefectures. Takumi also meets a girl who is aspiring to be a professional golfer. The Racing Teams of Initial D Speed Stars: They aren't the best team, but they are good friends and host many of the races on Mt. Akina. They hang out at the gas station often where Iketani, Itsuki, and Takumi work as attendants. Members: Iketani (Leader), Kenji (#2), Itsuki (prospective member). Red Suns: Hailing from Mt. Akagi, the Red Suns have dominated many of the teams in the Gunma Prefecture, and tour the different mountains to take on the locals and beat them. Members: Ryosuke Takahashi (Leader), Keisuke Takahashi (#2), Kenta Nakamura (member) Night Kids: The Night Kids hail from Mt. Myogi and boast power and prowess. Members: Takeshi Nakazato (Leader), Shingo Shouji (#2). Impact Blue: The two girls have dominated everyone with their impressive driving on their home course of Mt. Usui. Members: Mako (Driver) and Sayuri (Navigator Emperor: Team Irohazaka Emperor is truly the dominating team in Initial D. They have beaten the best racers with their souped-up Mitsubishi Lancer Evolutions. Members: Kyouichi Sudou (Leader), Seiji Iwaki (#2). Toudou School: A school that specializes in racing. Its graduates have included Sudou of Team Emperor, and many of its students have either gone pro or semi-pro. Members: Daiki Ninomiya, Smiley Sakai, Tomoyuki Tachi Characters (Their American nicknames are listed in quotation marks) Takumi "Tak" Fujiwara: Takumi never saw driving as a fun thing since he's had to help deliver tofu for his father for many years. But eventually he enjoys the competitive world of street racing and strives to become even better than he already is. Takumi's car: Toyota Trueno AE86 (Eight-Six). Itsuki "Iggy" Takeuchi: Takumi's best friend, Itsuki, has been obsessed with street racing for a while. He hopes to get an Eight-Six of his own, and join the Akina Speed Stars. Eventually he saves enough money to buy one but it's not what he expected but he learns to enjoy it anyway. Itsuki's car: Toyota Levin AE85 (Eight-Five) Natsuki "Natalie" Mogi: She is incredibly attractive, and although she used to be someone's boyfriend, she enjoys hanging out with Takumi and invites him out on trips and dates. However, she does get picked up by a mysterious man every so often and tries to keep that a secret from Takumi. Bunta Fujiwara: Bunta is Takumi's father. He is a legendary racer around Mt. Akina and had dominated street racing a generation ago. He owns a tofu shop and is divorced. Bunta's car: Toyota Trueno AE86 (Eight-Six), Subaru Impreza WRX (Fourth stage). Yuichi "Boss" Tachibana: Yuichi is the boss at the gas station where Takumi, Itsuki, and Iketani work. He seems to know much about cars and calls up Takumi's father often to talk about their old racing days. Koichiro "Cole" Iketani: (Speed Stars) He is the leader of the Akina Speed Stars. He works as a mechanic and attendant at the gas station, and loves his Silvia racing car, but soon finds out his skills are far from the rest of the racers. Iketani's car: Nissan Silvia S-13. Kenji: (Speed Stars) He's the #2 driver for the Speed Stars, and while he and Iketani are about the same age, Kenji does enjoy a good race and hanging out at the gas station. Kenji's car: Nissan 180SX. Ryosuke "Ry" Takahashi: (Red Suns) With the legendary moniker of the White Comet, Ryosuke has never lost a battle, and when he's not racing, he spends most of his time analyzing his opponent's driving for weaknesses before humiliating him on the road. He has a major battle with Takumi at the climax of the First Stage, and later manages Project D team in the Fourth Stage. Ryosuke's car: Mazda RX-7 FC3S. (FC) Keisuke "K.T." Takahashi: (Red Suns) Keisuke is the #2 driver along with his brother Ry and they both have dominated street racing in Gunma. He drives with his heart and not his head. He brags about his skill, but he can back up all his talk. Keisuke's car: Mazda RX-7 FD3S. (FD) Takeshi "Zak" Nakazato: (Night Kids) Nakazato originally had a Nissan Silvia S13, but he was beaten by a R-32 a while ago, and decided he needed to get one of those which has 350 hp. Takeshi has a respect for power but for finesse driving but isn't afraid to blow away his opponent on a straightaway. Takeshi's car: Nissan Skyline GT-R R32. Shingo Shouji: (Night Kids) Shingo strives to be the top racer but he has some underhanded tactics. Not only does he ram his opponents while they are racing, but he also uses a special match condition called the Duct Tape Death Match that gives his car a distinct advantage over certain cars including the Eight-Six. Shingo's car: Honda Civic EG-6. Mako "Maya" Satou: (Impact Blue) Mako is the driver of the Sil-80. She seems like a normal girl, but she has had a few bad things happen in her past, and she turned to street racing for it. She is unbeatable on her home course at Mt. Usui, and her team challenges the Eight-Six with Iketani's virginity on the line. Mako's car: Nissan Sil-80. Sayuki "Simone": (Impact Blue) Sayuki is the navigator of the road. She looks out for oncoming cars and alerts Mako of any dangers. She also helps tune the car for optimal effect, making it the fastest on Usui. Kenta "Kent" Nakamura: (Red Suns) Kenta looks up to Keisuke and Ryosuke as mentors and guides. He eventually battles Takumi for the Akagi Red Suns in a downhill battle where he is the master of racing in the rain. Kenta's car: Nissan Silvia S14. Seiji "Hawk" Iwaki: (Emperor) He and the other Emperor racers have been tearing up the racing scene, easily beating the Night Kids, and even battling the Red Suns. Seiji's car: Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV (Evo IV) Kyoichi "Kyle" Sudou: (Emperor) Kyoichi is the big man and leader in Emperor. He is cocky, but he has eye popping skill to back it up. A rival of Ryosuke Takahashi, Kyoichi drives slowly at first, but when he sees his chance, he attacks with full force. He doesn't consider the Eight-Six a threat at all, and proves it in a big battle with Takumi. Kyoichi's car: Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution III. (Evo III) Wataru "Aki" Akiyama: Wataru appears in Second Stage. He loves driving his Eight-Six and has many of the same skills that Takumi has in mastering his car. He is also the man who tricks Itsuki into buying an AE85. Wataru's car: Toyota Levin AE86 Turbo (Eight-Six) Kazumi "Carrie" Akiyama: She is Wataru's sister. She treats Itsuki like a boyfriend sometimes but her ties with her brother put the friends at odds. She spent part of the season working at Mt. Akina. Daiki "Dice" Ninomiya: A starring student at the Toudou school. Daiki's car: Honda Civic Type R EK-9 Kyoko "Kylie" Iwase: An expert uphiller, Kyoko meets Keisuke in a race and totally has a crush on him. Kyoko's car: Mazda RX-7 FD3S. (FD similar to Keisuke's) The Music of Initial D Japanese version Opening Themes 1a. Around the world - move (ep 1-19) 1b. Break into the night � move (ep 20-26) 2. Blazin' Beat � move (ep 27-39) 3. Gamble Rumble � move (third stage) 4a. Dogfight � move (ep 4-1 to 4-10) 4b. Noizy Tribe � move (ep 4-11 to 4-24) Japanese version Ending Themes 1a. Rage your dream � Move (ep 1-14) 1b. Kiseki no Hana � Galla (ep 15-26) 2. Kimi ga Iru � Galla (ep 27-39) 3. Every little thing � Jirenma (third stage) 4a. Blast My Desire � move (ep 4-1 to 4-10) 4b. Nobody reason (Noah's Ark) � move (ep 4-11 to 4-24) English version themes 1. Initialize � DJ Milky and b_nCHANt_d DVD's Tokyopop has released 14 volumes of Initial D that cover the first two stages and the extra stage. There are three episodes per volume except for Vol. 14 which covers the Sil-Eighty Extra Stage. Each DVD contains the original "c" version, and also a remastered "Tricked Out" version with redubbed voices and music.moreless
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    Generator Rex

    Generator Rex

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    Cartoon Network
    Fifteen-year-old Rex is not like other boys. Infected by microscopic molecular-altering nanites, this boy has the ability to grow machines out of his body. As a result he travels the world investigating biological mutations.moreless
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    Mobile Suit Gundam 00

    Mobile Suit Gundam 00

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    Tokyo Broadcasting System (ended 2009)
    In the year 2307 A.D, all the Earth's fossil fuels have been depleted entirely. Mankind has therefore turned to the next available source of power: solar energy. The world has been split into 3 groups: The Human Reform League (Russia, China and India), The Advanced European Union (AEU), and the Free Nations Union (formerly the United States). Each of these groups has built an orbital elevator with a solar power generation system. Unfortunately, not all countries are able to properly use the benefits of this system. This has led to widespread resentment and consequently, war. During this conflict, a mysterious, private army emerges, calling itself Celestial Being.This military organization has declared that it is dedicated to end all warfare in the world by using special Mobile Suits called Gundam. The 4 Gundam Meisters (pilots) are Setsuna F. Seiei, Lockon Stratos, Allelujah Haptism and Tiera Erde. These are the stories of their conflicts. Alternative title: Gundam 00 Kidou Senshi Gundam Double O Opening Themes: "DAYBREAK'S BELL" by L'arc~en~Ciel "Ash Like Snow" by the brilliant green "Hakanaku mo Towa no Kanashi (Fleeting and Everlasting Sorrow)" by UVERworld "Namida no Mukou (Across from the Tears)" by Stereopony Ending Theme: "Wana (Trap)" by The Back Horn "Friends" by Stephanie "DAYBREAK'S BELL" by L'arc~en~Ciel "Hakanaku mo Towa no Kanashi (Fleeting and Everlasting Sorrow)" by UVERworld "Prototype" by Chiaki Ishikawa "TOMORROW" by Ayumi Tsunematsu "trust you" by Yuna Ito "DAYBREAK'S BELL" by L'arc~en~Cielmoreless
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    Black Dynamite

    Black Dynamite

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    Adult Swim
    Based on the 2009 feature film about an ex-CIA agent and ladies man, Black Dynamite, who seeks revenge for the death of his brother. Voice talent on the show includes the original talent from the film: Michael Jai White, Tommy Davidson, Kym Whitley and Byron Minns.moreless
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    Scan2Go

    Scan2Go

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    Cartoon Network
    Scan2Go is an universal racing game set at a future time, when humanity is in communications with other races in our galaxy. This series follows a group of young men and women who formed a Scan2Go team. After proving themselves, they were able to leave the Earth in search of Scan2Go races throughout the galaxy. The series lasts 52 episodes (ended in Korean) and targets boys ages 4 to 12 years of age for its associated toys and accessories. The TV series targets all lovers of anime, racing, and the future of the human race.moreless
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    Liquid Television

    Liquid Television

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    MTV - Music Television
    Welcome to the Liquid Television guide at TV.com. What words come to mind when you think of Liquid Television? Perhaps smart..funny..dramatic...maybe even weird. Liquid Television was THE show for "up-and-coming" animators to show what they got. Originally shown on BBC-2 in December of 1990, MTV picked up the show in June of 1991, and lasted 3 seasons. Who said that cartoons had to be drawn by hand? This show combined computer animation, drawings by hand, paper cut-outs, and even live action to make something entertaining for the viewers. A total of 8-15 animated shorts were shown per 30 minute episode (24 minutes without commercials..though times have changed). Broadcast History (MTV)* June 1991: Sunday, 7:30 PM Sept. 1992-Nov. 1992: Tuesday, 10:00 PM Jan. 1994-Mar. 1994: Sunday, 11:30 PM * = only for new episodes. Reruns were always scattered on the MTV schedule to "kill time" Popular Cartoons •Aeon Flux - Aeon Flux is a secret agent from Monica. Her mission is to serve justice to those against her via violence. Only problem is that she somehow gets killed before her mission is completed...but is "rebooted" in each short that follows. •Beavis and Butt-head - Originally featured as two different shorts on the second season of Liquid Television, Beavis and Butt-head are probably the biggest morons you'll ever find...but they only do stupid things because they're bored! Their idea of life is simple: TV, women, and more TV. •Crazy Daisy Ed - Crazy Daisy Ed is an obnoxious and very angry flower. Rebellious ways is part of his life...but the police is there to make sure that doesn't happen. •Stick Figure Theater - What happens when you take a clip from a classic movie and have stick figures act out that particular scene? I'm sure the most curious have asked such a question, and here's your chance to experience that... If you want to add any other popular Liquid Television cartoons to the list, just contribute it (make sure to include a brief description of the cartoon), or post it on the message board. Spin Offs Beavis and Butt-head (1993-1997) Aeon Flux (1995) Awards & Nominations •1993 Emmy - Nominated Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) - Japhet Asher (executive producer), Abby Terkuhle (executive producer), Prudence Fenton (producer), John Payson (supervising producer for MTV) For show #11. •1992 Emmy - Won Outstanding Individual Achievement in Graphic Design and Title Sequences - Ken Pearce (designer/animator), Mark Malmberg (designer) Theme Song Composed by Mark Mothersbaughmoreless
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    Deadman Wonderland

    Deadman Wonderland

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    Deadman Wonderland is a new highly anticipated serialized anime program adapted from the popular manga series of the same name written by Jinsei Kataoka. The story follows Ganta Igarashi, a mild-mannered and simple middle-school child who has just been wrongly convicted for the murder of a classroom full of his friends and peers. Ganta is then sent to the privately run for-profit prison known as Deadman Wonderland. Built at the epicenter of a massive earthquake that destroyed much of Tokyo, Deadman Wonderland markets itself as a model rehabilitation facility where inmates can work and live in relative freedom and can even purchase various goods with the prison's unique currency called Cast Points. Unfortunately for Ganta and the rest of the inmates, the deceptive veneer hides a terrible secret. Illustrated by the renowned manga writer and artist, Kazuma Kondou, Deadman Wonderland is a beautifully crafted story about one child's quest for truth, and vengeance.moreless
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    The Awesomes

    The Awesomes

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    From SNL creator Lorne Michaels, head writer Seth Meyers and SNL vet Michael Shoemaker comes this half-hour animated comedy about sloppy superheroes tasked with taking on tough supervillains.
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    Pound Puppies

    Pound Puppies

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    The Hub
    Pound Puppies is the 2010 animated series from The Hub network that follows a group of dogs in Shelter 17 who try to help the puppies find loving homes. The Pound Puppies are a toy line that were sold by Tonka in the 1980s. The cute plush stuffed dogs had floppy ears and droopy eyes, coming in colors of all kinds and it's own adoption certificate. The toys captured the hearts of children, and spawned other lines like Pound Pur-r-ries, and the first Pound Puppies animated series in 1986. In 2010, the Hasbro owned The Hub network premiered a new series that joins everyones favorite puppies for some new adventures. We follow a team of fearless dogs whose mission is to find homes for lonely puppies, led by the smart and cool Lucky. His team includes Squirt, a tiny chihuahua who always finds a way out of jams, the scary-looking but sweet Cookie, the genius dachshund Strudel, and the gentle giant Niblet. Join the team as they do their best to help the puppies of Shelter 17 on The Hub's Pound Puppies.moreless
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    Total Drama: Revenge of the Island

    Total Drama: Revenge of the Island

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2012)
    After Chris took the show worldwide, Camp Wawanakwa has been abandoned and turned into a toxic nuclear waste dump. It will provide a great place for all-new challenges and risks as thirteen new players fight to win the million dollar prize.moreless
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    Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century

    Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century

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    FOX (ended 2001)
    Sherlock Holmes has been rescusitated in the 22nd century to combat Moriarty's clone. With the help of a droid programmed with the personality of Watson, Inspector Beth Lestrade of New Scotland Yard, and the Baker Street Irregulars, Holmes searches for clues and usually manages to come up with a solution that keeps everyone guessing. Characters Sherlock Holmes: Sharp as a tack, but not a real people person, this guy is pretty self explanatory. He uses deductive logic (i.e. All lights in this room are green. There is a light on the table. Therefore it must be green.) to solve crimes. If you listen hard, you can usually follow his explanation, at least by the last few minutes of the show. Watson: A compudroid programmed to have the personality of Watson (complete with the phrase "I don't understand, Holmes. How did you know..."), Watson was initially rejected by Holmes, who thought no one, and especially no robot, could replace the real Watson. Watson is great in a tight spot, as he is much stronger than the average human (and most of the non-average ones as well). Inspector Beth Lestrade: Apparently a descendant of the Lestrade in the original short stories, this girl is something else. Wild, reckless, destructive, always bucking authority, and generally "tough-cop", she is always ready to act on insufficient information. But, all in all, she usually settles down enough to be of some service at least once or twice an episode. Wiggins: A would-be boxer, this guy used to play soccer at Princeton. He is one of the Baker Street Irregulars, employed by Holmes to be an extra set of eyes, ears, and legs. Wiggins checks out leads, shadows people, and generally helps Holmes out by gathering facts. He has a girlfriend named Jacey, but as far as I know she hasn't figured into much. Deidre: This girl is also one of the Baker Street Irregulars, and does mostly the same things as Wiggins. However, she sometimes sees things a different way than either Holmes, Watson, or Wiggins, and this unique perspective makes her invaluable. Tennison: Confined to an anti-grav chair, Tennison is the computer expert of the bunch. He helps Holmes out by checking computer systems and security systems. Moriarty: Cloned back to life as an accident, he is again wreacking havoc, though this time in New London. He is Holmes' archenemy, and was basically the model for a lot of evil geniuses with extensive networks.moreless
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    Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt

    Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt

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    Anime Network Online
    Two angels, Panty and Stocking, have been kicked out of heaven for bad behavior. In order to return to heaven and avoid being sent to hell, they must fight ghosts that constantly show up in Daten City and collect enough Heaven Coins to earn their way back into heaven. They find and fight these ghosts based on messages relayed to them by Garterbelt, a minister who is their handler. They are also helped by Brief, an amateur ghosthunter who idolizes Panty, and Chuck, their pet dog/pig.moreless
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    X-Men

    X-Men

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    G4 (ended 2012)
    G4 and Marvel team up to produce an all new X-Men series. Drawn in anime style, the series features new stories, action and drama, but features the same set of lovable mutants. moreless
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    Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo

    Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo

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    ABC
    Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo is the 1979 update of the classic Scooby-Doo character. This was the fourth Scooby-Doo cartoon to date and introduced the world to Scrappy-Doo, Scooby's puppy nephew. Despite being related, Scrappy-Doo was not much like his uncle, Scooby. Situations that would normally cause Scooby-Doo to react in frozen terror would result in Scrappy-Doo putting up his paws and shouting "Lemme at 'em! I'll splat 'em!". Due to his small size and hot temper, Scrappy-Doo would often be in physical danger, forcing Scooby-Doo and Shaggy to reluctantly save him. Scooby, Scrappy, and the rest of Mystery, Inc. were still out solving mysteries. In this series they encounter some truly out-of-this-world characters including the UFO Weirdo, Aztec Acapulco Sea Creature, Sky Skeleton, Devil Bear, and Snake Demon of Haiti. Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo ran for one exciting season in 1979 and had Scooby-Doo fans young and old talking about "Puppy Power!"moreless
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    Galactik Football

    Galactik Football

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    Disney XD
    A team of young, human Galactik Football (soccer) players has been assembled by Aarch a once-great GF player. Aarch has assembled a team of seven players known as 'The Snow Kids' to compete against other intergalactic teams on advanced, high-tech fields to win the coveted Galactik Football Cup for their home planet Akilian. From 15 horrible years, on Akilian there is nothing but ice and cold. But now there is hope because 7 youngsters are trying hard to bring back the life and spirit of football in Akilian. A mystical energy which is present on every planet is so powerful that it had to be banned on every planet except in Galactik Football. On Akilian, it is called Breath.moreless
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    Robot & Monster

    Robot & Monster

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2014)
    Robot and Monster is a CGI-animated series airing on Nickelodeon and available for streaming as part of the Noggin app. The show is about the trials and the occasional triumphs of two good friends; a sentient machine named Robot, and a purple creature named Monster. When they're not working at the Blinking Light Factory, or getting something to eat at the Makin' Bacon Restaurant, they often find themselves getting into many different situations. Robot is a small, struggling, inventive robot who wants to create something that will bring him fame and fortune, but many of his inventions end up backfiring on him. Monster is a tall, cheerful, happy, optimistic, horned monster who constantly remains by the side of his best friend Robot no matter how difficult a problem may get for the two of them!moreless
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