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    Zaion: I Wish You Were Here

    Zaion: I Wish You Were Here

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    A&E (ended 2001)
    A meteor crashes into Earth and thus it brings a virus upon the earth. A virulent life form aka M34 haunts the earth killing everyone in sight and after that they turn them into vicious monsters. The population is decreasing by days and the government has finally found a way to beat them. They inert nanomachinese into the bodies of its soldier and allows them to transform and fight off the monsters. The power of the virus isn't all weak for it mutates and become even stronger. Suddenly a 16 year old girl appears and is the only hope left for the world for she has the only power to beat off the virus.moreless
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    Spaceballs: The Animated Series

    Spaceballs: The Animated Series

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    G4
    Mel Brooks is producing and co-writing this series based on his hit comedy movie, Spaceballs, a spoof on the Star Wars saga. The show features animated versions of the movie characters President Skroob, Princess Vespa, Dot Matrix, Barf, Lone Starr and more.moreless
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    Sci Fi Investigates

    Sci Fi Investigates

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    Syfy (ended 2006)
    Following the investigations of four very different experts and researchers, the team of 'SCI FI Investigates' looks for answers to science's most intriguing mysteries, legends and paranormal phenomena. The team includes a crime scene investigator, archaeologist, paranormal expert and skeptic (Rob Mariano from Survivor/Amazing Race) who will set out to debunk or uncover new evidence to the greatest mysteries of our time.moreless
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    Parasite Dolls

    Parasite Dolls

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    Anime Network Online (ended 2003)
    This show is set in the Bubblegum Crisis universe and follows a branch of the A.D. police department who are in charge of stopping terrorism and Boomer attacks in the city of Megatokyo.moreless
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    That's Impossible

    That's Impossible

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    The History Channel (ended 2009)
    This show exhibits scientists finding out what is needed to turn seemingly impossible science fiction concepts into reality.
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    Time of Eve

    Time of Eve

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    (ended 2009)
    Time of Eve takes place in the not too distant future, when androids have come into common usage. Taking the androids for granted, humans treat them as if they were common everyday tools. On the other hand, some people empathize with androids due to their human-like appearance (save for a digital ring floating above their heads). This has become a social problem and these people are frowned upon as a result. Rikuo, who has taken androids for granted for his entire life, one day discovers that Sammy, his home android, has been acting strangely and finds a strange phrase recorded in her activity log. He, along with his friend Masaki, traces Sammy's footsteps and come upon an unusual cafe. This cafe's main rule is to not discriminate between humans and androids.moreless
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    Ghost Stories

    Ghost Stories

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    Anime Network Online (ended 2001)
    Satsuki finds an old book of spells from her dead mother. With it, she is able to fight the ghosts that have been haunting her school. She gets the help of her friends and a cat in order to protect everyone around her.moreless
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    Kurau: Phantom Memory

    Kurau: Phantom Memory

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    Animax Entertainment (ended 2004)
    On her 12th birthday, Kurau Amimi accompanies her father to observe experiments being done on the moon. After Kurau is attacked by energy bolts, she discovers that alien life forms called Rynaxes have created a symbiotic link with her.moreless
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    Jurassic Fight Club

    Jurassic Fight Club

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    The History Channel
    The History Channel imagines prehistoric life in this entertainment series about dinosaur battles. Computer-generated dinosaurs engage in conflicts choreographed using paleontological evidence from 70-million-year-old crime scenes.
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    .hack//SIGN

    .hack//SIGN

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2004)
    In a Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game called the World, everything is just fun and games. However that is not the case with Tsukasa. He is unable to log out of the World and, unlike other players, he can feel pain. However, he also gains a Guardian with immense power. Mimiru befriends Tsukasa and is shocked to discover his condition. She and Bear try to help but Tsukasa ends up attracting the attention of the Silver Knights, the moderators of the World. After Tsukasa's Guardian struck down their second-in-command, Silver Knight, and several other players, Subaru, the leader of the Silver Knights, though hesitant at first, calls for the capture of Tsukasa. However, as they go deeper into the mystery surrounding Tsukasa's problem, things become more complicated as the problem sprouts from the very core of the World.moreless
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    Heroes: Origins

    Heroes: Origins

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    NBC
    NBC has added a new Heroes spin-off to its roster, Heroes: Origins. The new show will introduce a new character each week and the TV audience has the opportunity to choose their favorite character by voting at the Heroes website on NBC.com. The chosen character will become a new cast regular the following season. The new series will air on Mondays in the Heroes time slot with only six episodes, most likely during the spring hiatus, or following the completion of season 2 looking to add the new character as a regular on season 3.moreless
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    Transformers Animated

    Transformers Animated

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2009)
    The evil Decepticons have appeared in Detroit. With the all powerful Allspark, Megatron can use it to turn all of Earth's robots into Decepticons. However, Optimus Prime and his Autobots arrive and plan to stop Megatron and his evil plan in Transformers Animated. Broadcast History: "Transformers Animated" premiered on December 26th, 2007 at 8:00pm (ET) with the three-part episode "Transform and Roll Out". The series then moved to its regular timeslot of Saturdays at 10:30am (ET) on January 5th, 2008. New episodes continued to premiere at that timeslot until the second season finale, "A Bridge Too Close", on July 5th, 2008. After an eight month break of new episodes, "Transformers Animated" returned with the three-part third season premiere, "TransWarped", at 8:00am (ET) on March 14th, 2009. New episodes currently premiere at its new timeslot of 8:00am (ET) on Saturdays.moreless
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    Claymore

    Claymore

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    Nippon Television Network Corporation (ended 2007)
    Claymore - Shounen, Supernatural, Action, Adventure, Drama (May contain bloody violence, bad language, nudity)...

    Claymore is an anime adaptation of a popular manga based on a fictional world with medieval technology. In this world, humans coexist with creatures called Yoma. The Yoma are sentient, shape-changing monsters that disguise themselves as and then feed on humans. By consuming a human brain, the Yoma can absorb the victim's memories, allowing them to infiltrate human circles without arousing the suspicions of their victim's close friends or family. In order to protect humans from the Yoma, a secret organization has created an order of superhuman warriors known as Claymores. Thusly named for the immense claymores they wield. Villages being attacked by Yoma hire Claymores to kill the Yoma for a large fee.

    Opening theme: "Raison D'être" a rockin' tune by Nightmare.

    Ending theme: "Danzai no Hana~Guilty Sky" by Riyu Kosaka.
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    Last Exile

    Last Exile

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    techtv (ended 2004)
    Enter a world similar to 19th century with anti-gravity devices. Claus and Lavie are pilot and navigator of a Vanship and act as messengers for the Guild. They soon become involved with a mysterious mission after rescuing a little girl from a strange star-shaped killing machine. Not willing to let the girl die, they complete the mission by deliver her to the mysterious mercenary ship, the Sylvania, only to become part of the crew as fighter pilots. Now they must fend for their lives, as fate has put them in the middle of a war... a war for the Gateway to Exile!moreless
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    Exosquad

    Exosquad

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    USA (ended 1995)
    ExoSquad is set in the early 22nd century, and by that time humanity has made two major advancements. They have developed terraforming methods, which has made it possible for humans to inhabit not only Earth, but Venus and Mars as well. The second major achievement was in the field of genetic engineering, which enabled the creation of a new race, called Neo sapiens. This new race, since it was to be used as slave labor in the mines on Mars, was created to be physically superior to Homo sapiens (referred to as Terrans). A Neo sapien is stronger, larger, and can survive in harsher conditions that his human counterpart. A Neo sapien requires less food and no sleep. One feature denied to the Neo sapien race was the ability to procreate, thus the only way for a new Neo sapien to be created is in a brood chamber. Despite this shortcoming, some Neo sapiens resemble males, while others tend to be considered female. Mentally and psychologically Neo sapiens are similar to Terrans, for they are not any more intelligent and they do experience emotions (although they often seem tempered or dulled).

    Neo sapiens had been created decades before ExoSquad epic begins. Fifty years beforehand the Neo sapiens rebelled against their masters, in an attempt to win their own freedom. A new Terran invention, the e-frame, was instrumental in the suppression of the revolt. The exo-frame is a machine that the user climbs into an operates in part by a cybernetic link. The e-frame becomes a larger, stronger extension of the human body (normally 8'-12' tall with two arms and two legs). When equipped with weaponry, such as missiles or machine guns, it becomes a potent weapon. In battle it can act similar to a tank, in that it is heavily armored and carries more firepower than an infantry soldier. Because e-frames have flight capability they are effective in providing air support for ground troops. They are also used in a manner similar to fighters when two opposing space fleets engage each other. An exosquad is, as the name suggests, a squadron of these exo-frames. The Neo sapiens did not have this technology during their first rebellion, and it led to their downfall. Apparently the revolt was not restricted to only Mars, although that is where the uprising was centered. The rebellion was organized by a Neo sapien named Marsala, who later joins the ExoFleet and is a member during the second rebellion. This first Neo sapien revolt was finally supressed by his capture, after his whereabouts were revealed when his captured (by Winfield?) brood brother Phaeton was threatened with death.

    Although Neo sapiens were granted some rights, as well as control of the planet Mars, they were by no means equal, de jure or de facto, to their Terran counterparts. Many Terrans continued to harbor prejudice against the Neo sapiens, while others did consider Neo sapiens as equals. The First Neo sapien Rebellion actually did little to change the status of Neo sapiens, and many of them hoped to eventually achieve equality.

    The Neo sapiens were not the only disenfranchised people in the solar system. The Pirates are descendants of Earth criminals that were sentenced to hard labor, and were sent to mining operations on the moons of the outer planets. With the creation of Neo sapiens, whose physical abilities made them better slaves, the pirate ancestors were abandoned on those moons. They survived, however, and were able to build spaceships of their own, so that they could attack other (mostly Earth) ships and steal whatever they needed or wanted. Many of them developed a sense of hatred for the Terrans (who lived in luxury) and the ExoFleet (whose sole purpose seemed to be to hunt them), and often the feeling was mutual.

    Phaeton, who had ascended to Governor of the Martian Commonwealth, seized the opportunity afforded him by the renewed Pirate threat. Phaeton had been secretly diverting funds from the Martian treasury to the production of military hardware, building guns, ships, and e-frames. Since the Terrans had not given rights to the Neo sapiens, Phaeton was determined to take those rights by force. He supported, though it probably would have occurred regardless of his support, the assembly of a large task force which had the express purpose of going to the outer planets and eliminating the Pirate threat. Most of the ExoFleet's ships and e-frames were dedicated to this effort. The fleet consisted of several ExoCarriers plus support ships, with Admiral Winfield (whose flag was on the Resolute) in command. Once the ExoFleet had reached their destination and had begun engaging the Pirates, Phaeton and his forces struck.

    The Neo sapiens quickly and easily conquered the worlds inhabited by the Terrans. General Shiva spearheaded the successful assault of Earth. General Draconis was in command of the force that subdued the relatively sparsely populated Venus. The remnants of the ExoFleet that had not been assigned to the assault on the Pirate moons were quickly overcome and were only barely able to contact the task force before they were permanently silenced.

    The task force had successfully reached its first target, and had forced a Pirate withdrawal from the moon Enceladus with relatively minor losses. A temporary crippling loss occurred when Admiral Winfield was knocked unconscious in the course of the battle. Captain Matthew Marcus assumed command of the fleet and ordered the pursuit of the Pirates to their base on Tethys. It was while preparing to attack that they received word of the Neo sapien assault. Captain Marcus froze, and Lt. J.T. Marsh called off the attack. The fleet turned and began the long trip back to Earth, and Marcus was determined to strike at the newly formed Neo sapien Commonwealth. His plan was to attack as quickly as possible, partly because he was angered by the surprise uprising, and partly because the Neo sapiens had not had time to completely consolidate their gains. Marsh objected, and attempted to override the order, on the grounds that the support ships could not keep up with the ExoCarriers, and that attacking without the entire fleet would be suicidal. Marcus had Marsh thrown in the brig and charged with mutiny, and Marsh was sentenced to die.

    The Neo sapiens had both their Earth and Martian fleets converge and intercept the approaching ExoCarriers. It was during the battle that Admiral Winfield awoke, and when he did he immediately ordered a withdrawal. Marsh had escaped from his guards with the help of his fellow members of Able Squad when the attack came, and, with Adm. Winfield's permission, took command of four e-frame squads. By directly attacking the Neo sapien flagship he forced the Neo sapiens to redirect their assault, away from the ExoCarriers, giving them the time they needed to escape. Marsh and his fellow Able Squad pilots were all sentenced to spend a year in the brig for the escape, but it was a year during which no battles were fought, since Winfield used the time to repair and rebuild the fleet.

    At that point the pace of the war increased, and the Pirates were soon drawn into the conflict. The television show ExoSquad chronicled this future conflict, focusing primarily on the heroic efforts of Able Squad, the e-frame group commanded by Lt. Marsh.moreless
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    Read or Die

    Read or Die

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    G4 (ended 2005)
    Yomiko Readman is "The Paper" - a secret underground operative for the British Library with the incredible power of complete control over paper, including the ability to make it as solid as steel. She is called to duty when a book, that can cause the end of the world, is stolen. Going with two other operatives, she attempts to take it back and save the world. The TV series takes place approximately half a decade after the conclusion of the three OVAs. It focuses on three girls named Anita, Michelle and Maggie. They are hired to protect Japanese author Nenene Sumiregawa during her stay in Hong Kong. In an incident where the "Paper Sisters" save Nenene from an author who's out to kill her, Nenene discovers that the sisters have the capability to control paper at their own will - an ability once used by her long lost friend Yomiko "The Paper" Readman. Arriving in Japan after an airliner incident, the Paper Sisters move into Nenene's apartment and become her freeloading bodyguards. NOTE : This guide is based on both the Read or Die OVA and R.O.D -The TV-. The air dates and channel are for the TV Series. Charcters: Michelle Chang: She's the oldest of the three paper sisters. She may seem very dizzy at time, but she may be the most responsible paper sister when she wants to be. Her special paper trick is making a bow and arrow set with paper. Her favorite books are the Harry Potter series. In the beginning of the series she's 24. Maggia Mui: She's the middle paper sister. She's very tall, but she loves small and dark place. She's the bravest one of the three. Her special paper trick is to make giant paper animals and other beins like a giant bird. Her favorite author is Hemminway, but she enjoys Nenene's books as well. In the beginning she's 21. Anita King: She's the youngest of the paper sisters. She's really stubborn and she's a neat freak. She also does the cooking. She can only make paper knives and other standard paper tricks. In the beginning of the series she hates book, but grows to love them as much as her sisters. In the beginning she's 13.moreless
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    Big O

    Big O

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2003)
    Roger Smith is Paradigm City's top negotiator; he is called upon in times of conflict to try to negotiate through an ordeal. However, Paradigm City isn't like most normal cities. Forty years ago, an event occurred that caused all living individuals to completely lose their memories. People continued to struggle with their existence, despite this fact, though the search for memories still drives mankind to the brink of insanity. That event also caused a few people to gain some special abilities, such as the right to be a Dominus of a MegaDeus. Roger is capable of calling upon the power of Big O, his own MegaDeus, which he decides to use to defend the city from other MegaDeuses. He continues to live by his ideal, that "people are not ruled by their memories!" This is the guide to the Adult Swim version and the dub. For the WOWOW and original Japanese version, go here. Note: Both guides are the same in terms of episodes and summaries (although what is actually currently submitted is different), just the airdates and cast differ. Airdates: The Big O began airing on Japanese television on October 13, 1999. It lasted through January 13, 2000 running 13 episodes. It was canceled, due to only average ratings. On April 2, 2001 it was dubbed and aired on Cartoon Network's Toonami Block. It ran all 13 episodes, but was edited. Due to the fact that the demographic watching the series was older than the one Toonami hoped to aim for, it was taken off Toonami and aired on Adult Swim. On AS, it was a huge success. On August 3, 2003, a second season was co-produced by Cartoon Network and debuted on Adult Swim. This second season, sometimes called The Big O II or simply Big O II, continues the storyline beginning with the last part of the first season's last episode. However, there are some obvious differences in the and narrative. The Adult Swim airing lasted until November 2, 2003. The Japanese airing of Season 2 lasted from January 2, 2003 to March 27, 2003. The producers wanted a third Season, but one was never created. Season 3? Due to a large amount of mysteries left unsolved by the finale of the second season, the production crew wanted to create a third season to tie up the loose ends and finish the series, as per an option on the contract between Cartoon Network and Sunrise. However, the network determined that the show lacked the marketability and numbers to continue airing new episodes on Adult Swim. There is a great deal of controversy over this decision, however nothing is known for sure. For example, the show's ratings were not nearly as bad as Adult Swim had stated. They weren't high, but they weren't low. The reason why Adul Swim said they were bad nd if this fact is 100% true is still unknown for sure. A petition is still available here. The creators behind it are still seeking a certain number of signatures required by Time Warner for consideration of a third season.moreless
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    .hack//DUSK

    .hack//DUSK

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2004)
    Two twins, Shu-go and Rena, win characters that model the legendary .hackers Kite and BlackRose. Shu-go is one day beaten by a high level monster. When he was revived he is given Kite's bracelet from a mysterious girl named Aura, which starts the many mysteries of .hack//DUSK .hack/DUSK is set four years after the events that happened in the PS2 games and even though CC Corp has successfully been able to cover up the events that happened, some older gamers can still remember what happened in "The World". .hack//DUSK (also known as The Legend of the Twilight)is based on .hack//SIGN, the.hack Games and the manga.moreless
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    Dragon Ball

    Dragon Ball

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    YTV
    Long ago in the mountains, a fighting master known as Gohan discovered a strange boy whom he named Goku. Gohan raised him and trained Goku in martial arts until he died. The young and very strong boy was on his own, but easily managed. Then one day, Goku met a teenage girl named Bulma, whose search for the dragon balls brought her to Goku's home. Together, they set off to find all seven dragon balls in an adventure that would change Goku's life forever. See how Goku met his life long friends Bulma, Yamcha, Krillin, Master Roshi and more. And see his adventures as a boy, all leading up to Dragonball Z and later Dragonball GT.moreless
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    Time Squad

    Time Squad

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2003)
    Welcome to the Time Squad guide at TV.com. Time Squad is one of Cartoon Network's original animated series and is part of the collection known as Cartoon Cartoons. First Telecast: June 8, 2001 Last Telecast: November 26, 2003. We start every episode in a satellite that orbits the earth in the year 100 million. Buff time cop, Buck Tuddrussel; cranky, yet sophisticated robot, the Larry 3000; and 8-year-old orphan boy, Otto Osworth; three of the most unlikely characters to become a trio join together in that satellite to go on whatever mission through history they get, to make sure everything happens the right way, while making it through mishaps on the satellite in between missions. They go though it all: from Eli Whitney's flesh eating robots to the accidental downgrade of Larry, but they're always ready for the sudden blaze of the History Instability Alarm and they'll do anything to "enforce the past to protect the future". Characters Buck Tuddrussel- Tuddrussel is the main time cop of the squad, and not a very good one at that. He's known to not be very bright, and always seems to think that violence is the answer to everything. He often has to be pointed in the right direction by his partner robot, Larry, and his kidnapped (adopted) accomplice, Otto. And he doesn't know anything about history! When he's not on a mission, he enjoys practicing his sharp shooting, reading his laser magazines, and weight lifting. The Larry 3000- Tuddrussel's partner. Larry is the one who operates the ins and outs of the Time Squad satellite and hates every moment of it. He often has to stop Tuddrussel from doing anything stupid, which is often. He'd gladly work for Tuddrussel if he weren't such a barbaric idiot. He was originally designed to assist kings and diplomats, but due to becoming "obsolete" his purpose was reassigned to Time Squad and got stuck with with Tuddrussel. When he's not on a mission, he enjoys golfing, knitting, and any other civilized hobby--you name it! He doesn't know anything about history either! Otto Osworth- An orphaned boy genius who talked Tuddrussel and Larry into abducting him from his abusive orphanage in the 21st century, using the fact that he knew so much about history and could easily talk to people. Otto works hard, and plays hard to work with the Time Squad to fix the one thing he cared about the most while growing up in the orphanage, history! Very clever, and always trying to do what's right, Otto is constantly trying to work out problems for both historical figures and his strange "guardians" have created for themselves. Whenever they get a mission he's always there to tell what the person from history's famous for. He's also there when Tuddrussel and/or Larry do something he knows is wrong! When he's not on a mission, he enjoys playing with what ever toy, game, or puzzle based on famous people or moments in history he can get his hands on.moreless
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