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Here's the AS and CN Schedule of 9/7 and 9/13:
CN: Another TTG-thon after the afterthought delay of DC Kids Fandome. 4 new Ben 10s. 1 unfortunate timeslot.
Oh, and also the TV debut of WBB: The Movie!
AS: New infomercial, Tigtone marathon, and weekday lineup gives us less Robot and ATHF and adds YOLO, Eric Andre, and 12 oz. Mouse. Oh, and on Toonami: new JoJo, Assassination, Black Clover, and Shippuden.
Since this community hasn't posted for 5 years. (wow.) I think to make this a new thing. We will now show the current schedule of Cartoon Network and Adult Swim in the week and express your feelings about it.
Here's the Cartoon Network schedule for 5/31 to 6/5.
There will be a marathon of We Bare Bears (and probably the last one until before Cartoon Network will celebrate it's 30th birthday.) named Every Bears Ever from 9/5 to 9/7. It will end with the premiere of the We Bare Bears: The Movie, already released in video-on-demand.
Since i'm back my avatar will be in the current branding of the Mashup Era, with also the holiday versions.
This wiki is in need of heavy rewrites. Half of the pages are nothing but a wall of broken grammar.
I'm back and here's a list of old-school eras, even the short-lived ones.
For anyone who doesn't know, We Bare Bears: The Movie will air on September 7th 2020 and is on Amazon Prime. I'm very excited to see the movie and it looks like it has positive reviews.
Are you sure "Power Zone" aired in 1996? https://cartoonnetwork.fandom.com/wiki/Power_Zone
Because I remember seeing "Power Zone" on Cartoon Network in 1994 when I was 9 years old and in 3rd grade, and I think it was dissolved in 1995 and when or by the time I was 10.
I was in Germany when I watched this (where Cartoon Network turned into TNT at 8:00 pm and showed classic live-action movies) and watched this after school!
And from what I remember, The Power Zone showed these cartoons starting with the show "Bird Man" and "Galaxy Trio." Then after that was "Super Adventures," which showed cartoon shorts and my most favorite was "The Impossibles." They also showed "Frankenstein Jr," "The Herculoids," "Dino Boy the Lost Valley," "Space Ghost," "Shazam," "Mighty Mightor," and "Moby Dick," to name a few, all Hanna-Barbara cartoons. After "Super Adventures" was "Thundar the Barbarian," then "The Centurions," and lastly, "Johnny Quest." At least that was on the week days, it was different on the weekends, on the weekends if I remember right they showed "Valley of Dinosaurs" and "Galtar and the Golden Lance."
I wanted to say that on the page itself but we cannot comment there, so I came to talk about it on the discussions.
Again, I was in Germany when this was going on and Cartoon Network was the only cartoon channel I had access to, although some channels did show cartoons but only a limited amount like AFM Television and Sky 1, and a few cartoons in German on a German channel or so.
I just thought I'd come and explain this. And I was a child in the 1990s. If anyone else remembers this, especially anyone who lived in Europe in 1994 and 1995, please come speak up!
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