The Adult Swim ARG is a series of ARG seasons featuring puzzling broadcast transmissions aired during the Adult Swim programming block, which usually consists of mature audience cartoons and skits, on Cartoon Network, a television channel which broadcasts in the US. The ARG spans these broadcasts and an array of social media accounts billed as characters within the story. Both feature puzzles which the ARG challenges investigators to engage with and solve.
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The programs featured on Adult Swim are geared toward a male audience, in contrast to the originally children's oriented daytime programming on Cartoon Network. In the United States, Adult Swim has, over the course of its history, frequently cycled through and aired either recent or older features of adult animation, Japanese anime, mockumentaries and sketch comedy, among many other programs consisting of television pilots and their subsequent, short-lived series' and numerous spinoffs and shows that has sexual themes, nudity, strong language and hardcore violence. While the network features trendy comedies and dramas in this regard often anime of all types — many of its programs could be considered aesthetically experimental, "underground", transgressive, improvised, nonlinear or surreal in nature. Adult Swim has, since its inception, contracted with various studios like Williams StreetAugenblick Studios and PFFR, for instance — all of which are notable for their productions in absurd and shock comedy.
The box set contains various seasonal volume releases from Adult Swim seriesas well as several pilots that were pitched to the network. The box set was first announced by Warner Home Video on July 31,to be released in October of the same year. The set was promoted as having a roughly threefold value, totaling 21 hours and 20 minutes of content.
The name is a portmanteau of the words " cartoon " and " tsunami ". Toonami initially ran as an afternoon and evening block on Cartoon Networkaimed at children aged 6—12 from to In its original run, the block was known for showcasing action anime that became widely popular with American audiences.
The special revolves around the unofficial pilot for Squidbillies. It is often considered the very last episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast since it follows the same format as the show, with Space Ghost interviewing guests. The short was dubbed "Anime Talk Show" due to it following the premiere of Perfect Hair Foreverwhich aired in place of what was supposed to have been the premiere of Squidbillies.
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Adult Swim in Australia is an adult-oriented free-to-air television block that airs Saturday and Sunday nights on 9Go! It was originally a separate network that shared channel space with Cartoon Network Australiastarting 1 January Some Adult Swim shows have also aired on SBS Vicelandand in October full episodes and short clips were made available on their website.
Adult Swim Singles Program is a series of free download single releases in which the Cartoon Network franchise Adult Swim released a song from a different artist every Monday from May 17, to July 12, The tracks were also compiled onto a free download album released in by Williams Street Records. Each single has its own cover art and each song originally had to be downloaded separately. On July 12,the bonus track "On One" by Freddie Gibbs was released as well as an option to download all the singles as one album.