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    The Boondocks

    The Boondocks

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    Adult Swim (ended 2014)
    The Boondocks is based on the satiric Aaron McGruder comic strip of the same name. The show follows the adventures of two black boys, Riley and Huey Freeman, who experience a culture clash when they move from southside Chicago to the "boondocks" to live with their grandfather.

    Originally made for FOX, The Boondocks is produced by Rebel Base and Hudlin Entertainment in association with Sony Pictures Television for Cartoon Network's late-night segment [adult swim].moreless
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    Home Movies

    Home Movies

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    Adult Swim (ended 2004)
    Home Movies is a show about Brendon Small, a kid raised in a single parent home. He also directs his own home-made movies with best friends Jason and Melissa. It is made by Soup2Nuts using Squigglevision in the first season, and Flash in the second season and up.

    Home Movies was a short lived series on UPN in 1999, until Cartoon Network picked it up. It ran from 2001-2004 for three more seasons as part of Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming block before it was finally cancelled in 2004.

    DVD Releases Season 1: 13 episodes - November 16, 2004 Season 2: 13 episodes - May 31, 2005 Season 3: 13 episodes - November 15, 2005 Season 4: 13 episodes - May 16, 2006moreless
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    Case Closed

    Case Closed

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    A junior at Titan High School, Jimmy Kudo is no ordinary teenager. Jimmy has developed a celebrity status as a world-class detective, solving crimes that leave the city's top law enforcement officials stumped and the nation cheering. One day, while at an amusement park with his girlfriend, Rachel Moore, Jimmy unwittingly finds himself at the scene of a sinister crime. Undaunted by the severity of the situation, Jimmy employs his keen deductive powers to skillfully locate the trail of the suspects. However, just as Jimmy stands poised to solve the case, he is captured by two members of a mysterious organization that operate under the darkest veil of corruption. In an effort to permanently silence the young detective, these shadowy men force Jimmy to drink a newly developed poison. One that "can't be detected in an autopsy". Miraculously, Jimmy escapes death, only to find that the toxin has reduced his 17-year-old body to the size of a 2nd grader! Distraught about his pint-sized appearance, Jimmy resolves to discover the whereabouts of these evil perpetrators. He enlists the help of his eccentric neighbor, a scientist and an inventor named Dr. Agasa. Dr. Agasa's first suggestion is that Jimmy keep his identity secret, even from his girlfriend Rachel, fearing that if anyone found out, the dangerous killers would certainly come back. The doctor's second suggestion isn't as easy – to live with Richard Moore, a washed up private detective that also happens to be his girlfriend's father! Disguising his true identity by adopting the name "Conan Edogawa", Jimmy begins a series of intricate cases, cracking puzzling and sinister crimes, in a quest to unravel the secrets behind his attack and the poison that shrunk him. Case Closed is also known as Meitantei Conan (Japanese) -n- Detective Conan :] Animation By: Tokyo Movie Shinsha Broadcasted By: Nippon TV (JAPAN) Broadcasted By: Cartoon Network (USA) Copywrited By: Shogakukan YTV~TMS (JAPAN) Licensed By: FUNimation Productions, LTD. (USA) Original Creator: Gosha Aoyama Directed By: Kenji Kodama & Yasuichiro Yamamotomoreless
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    Eureka Seven

    Eureka Seven

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    Adult Swim (ended 2007)
    Renton Thurston is your ordinary 14-year-old boy, who has grown bored of his current life in his hometown. He is the son of the acclaimed hero of the military, and every day, he has no greater dream than to look up to his idol, Holland, who is skilled in the hoverboard sport referred to as "REFFing" ("Lifting," in the English dub). He also believes that he would one day join the LFO rebel group Gekkostate, and surf the skies.

    As he tries to master the art and skill of REFfing, Renton has nothing more than his dreams and his hopes, which his grandfather mechanic dismisses as something useless. But one day, Renton's life changes, when a REFfing LFO mecha crashes into his house, out of which emerges the most beautiful girl pilot he's ever seen. Now, Renton finds himself in the middle of a war in which he absolutely has no desire to be involved in, having the ride of his life with his newfound love, his number one idol, and his hero father.

    Opening / Ending Themes

    OP

    1) "Days" by FLOW (eps. 1 - 13) 2) "A Young Boy's Heart" ("Shounen Heart") by HOME MADE KAZOKU (eps. 14 - 26) 3) "To the Center of the Sun" ("Taiyou no Mannakae") by Bivattche (eps. 27 - 32 / 34 - 39) 4) "Storywriter" by SUPERCAR (ep. 33) 5) "Sakura" by NILGILIS (eps. 40 -50)

    ED

    1) "Secret Base" ("Himitsu Kichi") by Kozue Takada (eps. 1 - 13 / 26) 2) "Fly Away" by Izawa Asami (eps. 14 - 25) 3) "Tips Taps Tip" by HALCALI (eps. 27 - 39) 4) "Canvas" by COOLON (eps. 40 - 50)moreless
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    Superjail!

    Superjail!

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    Superjail is an "Adult Swim" cartoon detailing the adventures of a rather strange and eccentric jail, it's warden, and it's inmates.
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    Frisky Dingo

    Frisky Dingo

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    Frisky Dingo is an eleven minute animated series airing on Adult Swim by Matt Thompson and Adam Reed, co-creators of the cult hit, Sealab 2021. Supervillain Killface is finding that in theory, destroying the world seems like a lot of fun, but in actual practice, it is a very dull and complicated process. There are many boring details to work out such as media buys, budgets and marketing. Every great villain needs a nemesis. Enter billionaire playboy Xander Crews. As the superhero Awesome X, Xander seems to be doing everything he can to stop Killface, but actually he just wants to make it look that way so his action figure line stays in business.moreless
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    Titan Maximum

    Titan Maximum

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    Created by Tom Root and Matthew Senreich, Titan Maximum is a parody on the various Super Robot shows. Robot Chicken's creator Seth Green also lends his voice to this similar stop-motion animation show about a squadron of young pilots whose spaceships combine to form the giant robot Titan Maximum.moreless
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    Assy McGee

    Assy McGee

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    Adult Swim (ended 2008)
    Crime fighter Assy McGee is out for justice, so all you criminals better look out! Cop Assy McGee is nothing more than a pair of legs with a naked rear end…well, naked unless you count his gun holster! His drinking problem and violent tendencies lead to many shooting sprees and crass language. Warning to parents: this one is not for the little kiddies!moreless
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    Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit

    Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit

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    Seirei no Moribito - Fantasy, Action, Adventure (May contain violence)...

    Once every one hundred years a water spirit implants a human with an egg, transforming them into a Guardian of the Sacred Spirit. Chagum, the Second Prince of the New Yogo Empire is chosen by the water spirit. The Emperor worries that the prestige of the family is on the line with Chagum being a Guardian and tries to have him killed. ____________________

    Opening Theme: "Shine" by L'Arc-en-Ciel Ending Theme: "Itoshii Hito e (To the loved one)" by Sachi Tainakamoreless
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    Blood+

    Blood+

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    Adult Swim (ended 2008)
    Blood+, the follow up to one of the best-selling animé films of all time, Blood: The Last Vampire, comes to Adult Swim. The story, set in modern-day Okinawa, follows high school senior Saya Otonashi who lives a happy life with her adoptive family. She is suffering from a great memory loss and can only remember the events of her life in the past year. Her happy existence is shattered one night when she is attacked by a blood-sucking creature called a "Chiropteran". The attack triggers her memories and she soon discovers that she is the only one who can defeat the Chiropterans.
    Opening Themes:
    "Aozora no Namida" by Hitomi Takahashi (eps 1-13)
    "SEASON'S CALL" by HYDE (eps 14-25)
    "Colors of the Heart" by UVERworld (eps 26-38)
    "Raion" by Jinn (eps 39-)
    Closing Theme:
    "Kataritsugu koto" by Chitose Hajime (eps 1-13, 50)
    "CRY NO MORE" by Mika Nakashima (eps 14-25)
    "This Love" by Angela Aki (eps 26-38)
    "Brand New Map" by K (eps 39-49)moreless
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    Lucy, The Daughter of the Devil

    Lucy, The Daughter of the Devil

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    Fathers rarely think any man is good enough for their little girls to date, but for Lucy, the Devil's 21-year-old daughter, disapproval is deadly for her prospective mates. Set in San Francisco, this CGI animated comedy hails from the imagination of Loren Bouchard of the Home Movies and Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist fame. Lucy, The Daughter of the Devil is TV-MA.moreless
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    Moral Orel

    Moral Orel

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    Moral Orel is a TV-MA clay-mation series on Cartoon Network's [adult swim] segment, which centres around the life of Orel Puppington, a young boy who consistently fails in his attempts to understand and abide by Protestant Christian values.

    Orel takes his cues from the authority figures around him; his parents Clay and Bloberta, school coach Stopframe, Reverend Putty, and others. Unfortunately for Orel, he always misunderstands the actions of his mentors, who are mostly shown as bitter, jaded, and merely paying lip service to their religious beliefs.

    These misunderstandings often lead to circumstances where Orel believes that he's following the Lord's wishes by doing things such as smoking crack, re-animating the bodies of dead townsfolk, practising euthanasia, or even impregnating sleeping women with a sperm-filled pastry bag. At the end of each episode, Orel's misbehaviour is discovered and he is taken to his father's study for a beating and a twisted explaination one might not expect from a responsible adult.


    Season 2
    The second season episodes of Moral Orel somewhat eradicated the repeated narrative structure seen in Season 1 episodes, which dramatically changed the way the stories unfold; creating a fresh new approach. The majority of episodes 11-30 focus primarily on other townsfolk and their relationship with Orel, whilst still creating twisted situations. The stop-motion animation improves enormously with the Season 2 episodes; creating a richer quality in picture, with more detail. New locations and townsfolk are also introduced and expanded upon.

    Season 3
    The third and final season took the show to the next level. These episodes revolve around events leading to and following the Season 2 finale, which proved to be the series' turning point. These episodes also incorporate elements of other episodes from the past two seasons, mainly from the viewpoints of other characters, ultimately tying the entire series together and wrapping it up nicely.


    Overview & History
    Although the show slightly resembles the visual animation of the 1960s series Davey and Goliath, Dino Stamatopoulos, creator of Moral Orel, has said that it is not a parody, stating that "there's no getting around that it's religious, but the word parody to a comedian is a dirty word, because one has to know what the show is parodying to like it."

    The show originally stemmed from the concept for a send-up of a Leave It to Beaver-like 1950s family comedy, that would star Iggy Pop. The idea eventually grew and evolved into a cartoon.

    "It's an incredibly tightly written show, with probably the strongest narrative structure of anything we have on the network."
    - Nick Weidenfeld (Head of Development at Adult Swim)



    Production Companies:
    Fragical Productions
    Williams Street
    ShadowMachine Films


    The name of Dino Stamatopoulos' production company "Fragical Productions" came from a song his daughter wrote about him being "fragical." The animation sequence for the company was animated by Dino himself and uses a fairy (magical) in a wheel-chair (fragile); making up the company's name. The "hello-goodbye" heard is said by his daughter, Tigger, and is a saying that she created.moreless
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    Young Person's Guide to History

    Young Person's Guide to History

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    Young Person's Guide to History is a spin-off of Saul of the Mole Men on Adult Swim that features the Thomas Jefferson character. It was a two part special, both parts running for 15 minutes each.moreless
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    Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!

    Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!

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    From Tim and Eric, the creators of Adult Swim's Tom Goes To The Mayor, comes a bizarre comedy, which consists of sketches, fake commercials, prank phone calls, etc. Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, features many guest stars, in addition to it's numerous appearances by the show's creators Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim. It is mostly live-action, which is very unusual for a channel called "Cartoon Network". The unusual humor should appeal to viewers of the rest of the Adult Swim block that airs on Cartoon Network. The show started with a first season of 10 episodes. Soon after the season finale, it was announced that a second season had been ordered for 30 episodes. The season was advertised as seasons 2,3 and 4, all consisting of 10 episodes, but is actually one season.moreless
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    Xavier: Renegade Angel

    Xavier: Renegade Angel

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    Xavier wants to find out who he is and where he comes from. From his serpent arm to his backwards knees, beak, and six nipples, Xavier is different from most. Although Xavier means well he is often causing trouble wherever he goes in Xavier: Renegade Angel. The show is created by PFFR's John Lee and Vernon Chatman, the creators of MTV2's Wonder Showzen. PFFR is a band that John Lee and Vernon Chatman are in. PFFR also has 2 more members which make appearances in the show. Jim Tozzi is one and he plays the main character, Xavier. The other is Alyson Levy and she makes guest appearances in the show.moreless
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    Delocated

    Delocated

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    Delocated deals with a family that has been placed into the Witness protection program. The funny twist is when their lives are turned into a reality show! With voice modulators and masks to hide their identities, Jon, Susan, and David present their lives to the world. Watch out for Yvgeny, a member of a Russian crime family, who is trying to kill Jon.moreless
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    Fat Guy Stuck In Internet

    Fat Guy Stuck In Internet

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    Gemberling is the best computer program designer there is, but sometimes success can go to your head. One night, Gemberling gets a crazy idea and poured a beer on his computer equipment and is sucked into the Internet. After making some new if not very odd friends, Gemberling sets off on a journey to save the internet from an evil CEO.moreless
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    Saul of the Mole Men

    Saul of the Mole Men

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    On a STRATA mission to the center of the Earth, most of the STRATA Geologist team dies, leaving Johnny Tambourine, Robot, and Saul Molone, the leader. In the center of the Earth Saul finds a civilization of Mole Men, and nearly destroys it. Featuring The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, and Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends fame. Seen as a possible Land of the Lost parody.

    Created by Craig Lewis. Directed by Tom Sterns. An Adult Swim Halloween block of shows that consisted of only canceled programs aired an episode of the series and therefore confirmed its cancellation. An [adult swim] and William's Street show.moreless
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    Rejected

    Rejected

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    Created by Don Hertzfeldt, this surrealist cartoon has appeared on Adult Swim and is now available online and on DVD.
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    Snake 'N' Bacon

    Snake 'N' Bacon

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    Snake 'N' Bacon is a fifteen minute program with its own distinct aesthetic, presenting an interesting mix of animated sequences with live-action bits. I never thought there would be a way to translate creator Michael Kupperman's stuff on the small screen, but there we go. Weird, extra-funny, weird.moreless
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