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I'll try to keep this updated with news in anime. If anyone has any current events, e-mail me so I can post them here!

Luz-chan: Again, I'm behind anime news. However, I'll try to update more often.

  • Naruto is going to debut on Cartoon Network on September 10th, 2005 at 9 pm with two episodes in a row. One whole hour of Naruto, and the best part is, it repeats the same episodes at 10 and 10:30. After that, it will settle into the regular weekly schedule of 9 pm on 9/17.
  • Adult Swim will air Neon Genesis Evangelion, although no definite date has been set yet.
  • Hayao Miyazaki's latest film, Howl's Moving Castle, has premiered some time ago, and is a big hit in theatres.

Luz-chan: I have been behind anime news for awhile due to school and personal issues. However, me and Meiko-chan are back with additional news.

  • According to TokyoPop, they're planning to release a live action version of Samurai Girl Real Bout High School, featuring Melissa Joan Hart. If you don't know her, she's Sabrina from Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.
  • Ultimate Disney said that they plan to release Miyazaki's My Neighbor Totoro, Nausicca of the Valley of the Wind, and Porco Rosso on February 22nd, 2005.
  • On Adult Swim, Full Metal Alchemist will make their debut on Nov. 6th, at midnight. Afterwards, Ghost in the Shell premieres at 12:30.

    Luz-chan: Whew! We have been behind in anime news. Well, I'm here to save the day:

    • Cartoon Network announced that they will air Inu Yasha Saturday nights at 11 pm and again at 2 am. They also plan to air the IY movies as well.
    • Speaking of CN, Wolf's Rain will premiered on Saturday, April 24th, at 11:30 pm
    • A mahou shoujo series, Tokyo Mew Mew, will be aired on the Fox Box this fall(downfall: they changed it to "Hollywood Mew Mew". Don't ask)
    • FUNamation will release the lost episodes of Dragon Ball GT on July 13th
    That's about all I can remember. If I come across some additions, I'll add them to MA.

    Just received this update from domo records:
    We are very happy to announce that we have released the animation original soundtrack “Ninja Scroll: the series” just today (8/26)!! We have been giving the special offer on !! You can buy the CD with special price only $10.50, and enter the contest to win the Ninja Scroll TV series DVD!!!

    Visit Domo Records website.

    For all you DragonBall fans(whether it's DB, DBZ, or DBGT), here's the scoop on DB and DBGT(courtesy of Daizenshu EX) on Cartoon Network:

    • New episodes of DragonBall will be starting on Monday, September 1st at 5:30pm ET, starting the Demon King Piccolo saga.
    • There will be a "special" every Friday in September at 6:00 pm. Starting on the 5th, the Bardock TV Special will be aired. After that, it's Trunks TV Special, and Movies 5 and 6(Coola).
    • Dragon Ball GT will be aired only on Fridays, starting on October 3rd at 6:30 pm.
    • For those who are busy, save up on blank tapes so you can record them while you're away. OR you can just buy them on DVD or something.

    For those who read the Adult Swim line-up, don't be upset: Inu Yasha will return. The schedule starting on August 25th:
    : 11 - Home Movies
    : 11:30 - Family Guy
    : 12:00 - Inu Yasha
    : 12:30 - Blue Gender
    : 1:00 - Kikaider
    : 1:30 - Trigun

    : 11 - Big O
    : 11:30 - Harvey Birdman
    : 11:45 - ATHF
    : 12:00 - Sealab 2021
    : 12:15 - SGC2C
    : 12:30 - Mission Hill
    : 1:00 - Kikaider
    : 1:30 - Trigun

    In other news...

    • The first season of Sailor Moon is being released on July 15th, complete and uncut. Be sure to buy it if you're a Sailor Moon fan!

    As of this week, Adult Swim has changed it's schedule, this is the new schedule:

    11:00 p.m. Home Movies
    11:30 p.m. Captain Sturdy
    11:45 p.m. Aqua Teen
    12:00 a.m. Sealab 2021
    12:15 a.m. Space Ghost Coast to Coast
    12:30 a.m. Oblongs
    1:00 a.m. Trigun
    1:30 a.m. Lupin the 3rd

    11:00 p.m. Futurama
    11:30 p.m. Family Guy
    12:00 a.m. Big O
    12:30 a.m. Kikaider
    1:00 a.m. Trigun
    1:30 a.m. Lupin the 3rd
    Its a little disapointing to me... I waited up every night to watch Inu Yasha... oh well.. untill next time... Also, here are the International Channel's (ICN) Anime program schedule:

    MONDAY- 11:00 pm Lost Universe (subtitled.. I think)
    TUESDAY- 11:00 pm Fushigi Yuugi (dubbed)
    WEDNESDAY- 11:00 pm El Hazard (dubbed)
    FRIDAY- 11:00 pm The Slayers (Subtitled)

    Ninja Scroll, a 13-episode TV series making its debut earlier this year in Japan, will be released this September 2nd on DVD.  The series is a continuation of the wildly popular and award-winning anime feature film (of the same name), written and directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri. Taking place in ancient Japan, Ninja Scroll is the story of a wandering Ninja warrior named Jubei. The music for this soundtrack (to be released on August 26th) is co-scored by Golden Globe & Grammy Award winning artist Kitaro and multi-instrumentalist and composer, Peter (Peas) McEvilley. Visit the web site at