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So, for now let me say thanks for the positive support and comments I received over the years and please realise I really did put a LOT of effort into trying to make a go of it but real life simply got in the way.

-mee) is a television programming block that primarily consists of Japanese anime and American action animation.

The first TIE was The Intruder, which introduced T. M.'s companion, an AI matrix known as Sara (voiced by country singer "Cowboy" Sally Timms.) The Intruder was an eight episode mini-series that aired during Toonami from September 18–22, 2000. Though The Intruder resulted in the destruction of T. Trapped in Hyperspace, the next TIE, ran the week of September 16–20, 2002.

It involved the Absolution being attacked by an alien blob known only as "the Intruder", which ultimately devoured T. Sara gets taken offline by a computer virus named Swayzak (whose voice actor is unknown but is speculated to be Khary Payton), and TOM is trapped in hyperspace. The series shown were Neon Genesis Evangelion, Gigantor, Robotech, Martian Successor Nadesico, and Dai-Guard.

It was created by Sean Akins and Jason De Marco and produced by Williams Street, a division of Warner Bros.

Entertainment, which is owned by AT&T's Warner Media.

Martin Croker) at the Ghost Planet Industries building from 1997 to July 9, 1999. (voiced by Sonny Strait), which introduced viewers to him with this speech: So it's a brand new Toonami, but the mission objectives remain the same. I'm not going to waste any more time, let's get back into it. Also introduced that day was the Midnight Run, a late night block.

On Saturday, July 10, 1999, Cartoon Network relaunched Toonami with a new environment, the Ghost Planet Spaceship Absolution, and a new host named T. It was originally a five-hour Saturday night block (technically Sunday) at midnight EST until March 2000, when it moved to weeknights in an hour-long format until January 2003.

In March 2003, TOM was revamped into a more muscular figure.

One special edition that started on Friday, August 31, 2001, featured music videos such as “Clint Eastwood” by Gorillaz, and songs by Daft Punk from their 2001 album Discovery, the music videos of which constitute the 2003 Japanese-French musical Interstella 5555, and Kenna's "Hellbent”. from a short Bomberman-esque character to a taller, sleeker, deeper-voiced incarnation dubbed T. A Saturday morning incarnation, Toonami Rising Sun, ran from 2000 to 2001 at am to noon. This block was somewhat hampered to avoid competing with sister network Kids' WB.

Another event was Dragon Ball Z taking over the Midnight Run for a week starting on March 26–30, 2001. From July 30, 2001, until June 28, 2002, Kids' WB (on fellow Time Warner venture The WB network) aired a Toonami block that was, more or less, the Kids' WB lineup with the Toonami name.

As the first step in winding down the site as it stands I will be removing the ability to register new accounts immediately.

I will then leave it as is for awhile to allow users to extract any info they can. I'm sad that I cannot continue the project at this point in time and I hope that I was able to provide some kind of service to those whose did use the site.

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