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4Kids preps Toonzai for September 17 Yu-Gi-Oh!, Tai Chi Chasers, Sonic
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4Kids preps Toonzai for September 17 Yu-Gi-Oh!, Tai Chi Chasers, Sonic


4Kids preps Toonzai for September 17 Yu-Gi-Oh!, Tai Chi Chasers, Sonic
They’re not out yet! Despite getting hit with some serious bad news, and then worse news, in the past few months, 4Kids is still trucking along, getting ready to unveil a brand new Saturday Morning lineup on September 17th when Toonzai hits the CW4Kids network! The fall programming will include Tai Chi Chasers, Sonic X, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Dragon Ball Z Kai, and Magi-Nation. The block will also feature a brand new host, named Shoji, ready to appear during interstitials and cartoon breaks. So what do you say, are you going to join in?

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um… the ToonBarn guy, of course! but you can call me Rob

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