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Toonami Shares Remastered Version Of ‘Broken Promise (Dreams)’ For Its 25th Anniversary

"A boy has the right to dream..."

(Featured Image Source: Akira Toriyama / Shueisha / Toei Animation / Funimation)

Toonami, the legendary programming block that helped introduce western audiences to anime, is getting ready to celebrate its 25th anniversary. A part of that has been posting a remastered version of their iconic Broken Promise (Dreams) video.

The video, which uses anime to convey a sense of wondering your purpose and the dreams you have, was remastered by @SlimD716 with the music “Broken Promise” by Joe Boyd Vigil.

Toonami originally premiered in 1997 on Cartoon Network, serving as the network’s action-series block. It would later become the home of the channel’s anime content.

Happy 25th Anniversary, Toonami! Thanks for all the dreams of anime adventures and worlds.

(Source: Toonami YouTube Channel)

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