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Cartoon Network starts DVDs-on-demand for Adult Swim content

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 16 Nov 2009 12:22 User comments (9)

Cartoon Network starts DVDs-on-demand for Adult Swim content Cartoon Network has launched a new DVD-on-demand program for its Adult Swim cartoon content, allowing users to select episodes they want on custom DVDs along with custom artwork.
Fans can select up to 110 minutes of TV episodes, as well as custom artwork, a custom disc face, and custom menu and title. With shipping, the DVDs cost the very reasonable $20 USD.

At launch, the Build-a-DVD will have 100 episodes available from a bunch of popular shows such as "Robot Chicken" and "Sealab 2021." Cartoon Network promises to have its entire library, at over 1000 episodes, available by Christmas.

Make your own here: Adult Swim custom DVD

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9 user comments

116.11.2009 12:40

Sounds good to me :)

216.11.2009 14:50

if this is cheap enough I am really interesteed. I think its a really cool idea

316.11.2009 15:57

this sounds like a great idea

416.11.2009 20:00

Glad they finally caught up with the times. Been doing this for a few years now. Funny thing is it only cost me about 20 cents to do it.

516.11.2009 20:09

It be sweet if Anime like Kikaider is in the list at launch this is sweet

617.11.2009 0:11

"Fans can select up to 110 minutes of TV episodes, as well as custom artwork, a custom disc face, and custom menu and title. With shipping, the DVDs cost the very reasonable $20 USD."

Sounds like a good deal whe you figure in all the customization...but you can get a 3 or 4 disk set of most of these shows for $20 or less.

717.11.2009 1:50
debbie54
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who thinks that cartoon network is starting to be a little weird for children to watch?

Disney Channel or Cartoon Network??


i say Disney!!! what about you guys?

817.11.2009 4:06

Originally posted by debbie54:
who thinks that cartoon network is starting to be a little weird for children to watch?

Disney Channel or Cartoon Network??


i say Disney!!! what about you guys?
Personaly, I don't thing either is good for children...that is why there is PBS, WEDU, Discovery, and all the other educational channels.
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 19 Nov 2009 @ 23:31

919.11.2009 10:00
lubricant
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i agree killerbug.

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