Jan 12th 2010 By: Caleb Goellner
It's always hard to let go of a favorite series, but after a pretty healthy stint on
, both "Blood +" and "Death Note" are going to the great nolongeronadultswim realm in the sky.
As Anime Vice reports
, even though Cartoon Network's late night programming block has lost a few fan-favorites, the network says it should be adding three new series in their place.
Here's AS's (ha! See what happens?) cryptic message from the AS forums
"We lost the rights to Death Note and Blood+ - hang on Don't rally and sign Internet petitions - We're just clearing house for goodies from our last Tokyo visit - We can't tell you anything yet. but we think we bought three series - [maybe]."
Anime Vice speculates that these new series could include "Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood" and "InuYasha: The Final Act." I'd definitely be down for more FMA, but I'm always down for something out of left field. Something a little insane might be just what AS needs to revive its once-thriving anime scene (before it devolved into a Seth McFarlane dumping ground).
What say ye, anime aficionados?