The Flipside To DC Nation’s Disappearance
Sym-Bionic Titan and ThunderCats did very well during their Toonami debut last weekend (better than the previous hour as a matter of fact), mostly because the young adult fanbase that supported the series during the Cartoon Network run.
There’s going to be at least one vacancy in a couple of weeks, Casshern Sins, which tends to have a lower viewership than the rest of the lineup, even the later night shows.
You don’t suppose?
Nah, they’re not THAT crazy to put the one DC Nation show they don’t really advertise there, but it is curious timing … not that that sort of thing would happen.
Shows that aired on Cartoon Network don’t just go to Adult Swim.
Still, it’s a shame they cut off a pair of shows just two weeks after their lengthy hiatus. Hopefully things will be straightened out by November 10 or sooner.
Maybe they’re just retooling it to be the all-access DC Comics experience it was promised to be, going inside DC Comics books, creators, and media, not just the fan interviews at the various cons, the weapons tests, and such nonsense.
Still have a lot of shorts to show too. Amethyst was supposed to be premiering this weekend, and stuff like Doom Patrol, Thunder and Lightning, and Shade the Changing Man were on the horizon.