Toonami Airs One Piece, Dragon Ball Z, Toriko Anime Crossover on March 4 – News
April 2013 crossover episode has not beforehand streamed in English
Toei Animation introduced on Friday that Adult Swim‘s Toonami programming block will air the 590th episode of the One Piece – which is a crossover between One Piece, Dragon Ball Z, and Toriko – on March 4 at 1:00 a.m. EST (successfully March 5). Toonami skipped the episode and went straight from episode 589 to 591 final October. Neither Crunchyroll nor Funimation have ever streamed the 590th episode, though each have streamed episode 492, which is a crossover between simply One Piece and Toriko.
One Piece‘s 590th episode is a part of a one-hour particular with Toriko‘s 99th episode that initially aired in Japan in April 2013. The latter episode will not be scheduled to air on Toonami. Likewise, Crunchyroll and Funimation have by no means streamed Toriko‘s 99th episode. The Toriko anime has by no means aired on Toonami both.
The businesses haven’t confirmed whether or not the model airing on Toonami can be in Japanese with English subtitles or dubbed in English. One other episode of One Piece is scheduled to air at its common 1:30 a.m. time slot on Toonami.
The continuing anime adaptation of Eiichiro Oda‘s One Piece manga premiered in 1999.
One Piece debuted on Cartoon Network‘s unique Toonami block in 2005. Grownup Swim‘s Toonami block started airing One Piece in Might 2013 beginning with episode 207. The premiere garnered 995,000 viewers. The anime left the block in March 2017 with episode 384. The anime returned to Toonami in January 2022 with episodes 517-518.
Shimabukuro’s gourmand battle manga Toriko launched in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2008, and ended in November 2016. Viz Media revealed the manga in North America. The manga impressed a 147-episode tv anime sequence in 2011-2014. Crunchyroll streamed the sequence, and Funimation launched a part of the sequence on DVD. The manga additionally impressed a number of anime specials and crossover specials, and an anime movie in 2013.
The latest Dragon Ball franchise anime Dragon Ball Super premiered in Japan in July 2015 on Fuji TV and different channels, and ended on March 2018.
The Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero anime movie opened in Japan in June 2022. Crunchyroll and Sony Pictures screened the movie in theaters final August.
Sources: Toei Animation‘s Twitter account, Toonami‘s Facebook page