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Toonami and its fans

20 Signatures Goal: 100

It has become more and more apparent that anime is quickly becoming a poorly promoted by Cartoon Network, shows such as Naruto. We believe the channel is taking a downward spiral rating wise and are compromising the viewers of excellent quality anime. Furthermore we feel as if the efforts of those whom have dedicated themselves to produce such shows are being made mockery of by not having appropriate are time for their shows, and instead having that same air time replaced with a re run of an earlier played episode of another program. What we would like to have happen is that Toonami and it's un aired anime have their weekday block returned promptly after this petition's wants are met. We would also like to see that Toonami's animes are properly promoted and are a regularly scheduled program. We would like to thank Cartoon Network and their representatives for observing our petition. I and all other (including but not limited to) signatures are not held reliable for (including but not limited to) the displaying of copyrighted names in the text.

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