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Here's the scoop...


June 18, 2001 Monday 1:19.23 (GMT +10:00)

News from PN:

The Reactor is about to go offline.

Over the last three months, you have experienced the hottest, most high-energy action animation in cyberspace. We've brought you the entire Frieza Saga of Dragonball Z and the classic Star Blazers series Journey to Iscandar

They're all on Reactor, they're all online right now, but only for a short time.

On June 25 at 10 am Reactor is going offline.

You gave us your opinions and we want to say thanks. Because of your interest and feedback, Reactor was a success. We couldn't have done it without you.

Reactor: Toonami to the Core.

We shall return!
Well, I kind of expected this to happen. Toonami did mention that whether the Toonami Reactor will be a permanant part of Toonami all depends on the fans reaction. If the fans like it, then they will keep it. Anyway, I just hope that it will return in the near future.


June 15, 2001 Friday 20:14.35 (GMT +10:00)

News from the Official DragonBall Z site:

FUNimation Productions, Ltd. emphatically announces that recent Grammy Award-winners Deftones will head a roster of hot alternative bands featured on the soundtrack to the upcoming Dragon Ball Z movie, "Lord Slug."

Warner Bros. recording artists Deftones took home this year's Grammy Award for "Best Metal Performance," and also have been featured on the soundtracks for "The Crow: City of Angels" and "Escape from L.A." Since hitting the national scene with their 1995 debut album, "Adrenaline," this California quartet has become one of the premier punk-grunge alternative bands of the future.

Heavy metal band Disturbed also makes a prominent showing on the "Lord Slug" soundtrack, bringing its visceral rap-metal aggression to the mix. The band, which was formed in Chicago in 1997, grabbed ears nation-wide last year with the release of its Giant Records debut, "The Sickness." The group was named Best New Band in Hit Parader's magazine poll, and will tour on the Ozzfest bill this summer.

"It makes perfect sense for such cutting-edge bands to be included on the new Dragon Ball Z soundtrack," explained Gen Fukunaga, President of FUNimation. "This is one of the most cutting-edge cartoons on television today, and it is a perfect fit with today's hottest new bands."

Joining Deftones and Disturbed on the soundtrack are Wind-Up Records recording artists Boy Hits Car, Dust for Life, Fingers Eleven, American Pearl and Broken. The movie, set to hit the shelves August 7 on home video and DVD formats, is the fourth full-length Dragon Ball Z feature presentation. This time around, Goku must battle an evil overlord, Lord Slug, who has come to Earth inside a deadly asteroid with just one goal - to destroy it. Once Lord Slug discovers the seven magic Dragon Balls, it appears that even Goku may not be able to keep the planet out of his evil clutches.