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Building the Timeline
« on: June 08, 2015, 06:40:02 PM »

Here are a few dates to get us started, mostly off the top of my head so adjustments and additions are going to be needed. Bumps, special events, major programming changes etc. are welcome :)

September 2, 2001 - ALL KIDS OUTTA THE POOL! Adult Swim begins with airings on Sunday and Thursday
February 23, 2002 - ASA Saturday Action 'Dot' packaging
(?Fall 2002?) - First Aid/How To
March 2003 - April 2004: SVES takes over Saturdays
May 25, 2003 - Debut of Black & White Text bumps
May 27, 2003 - ASMB goes live
August 7, 2003 - Birth of Viewer Card Night, Thursday Edition
(?Fall 2003?) - Blurry Japan Action? or just IY?
February 16, 2004 - Neon Action intros
March 21, 2004 - Shark vs. Croc Week
March 31, 2004 - April Fools - Moustache Edition
April 17, 2004 - Zoom/Enhance Action (except IY, still Blurry) - ASA Saturdays resume

July? 2004 - Bracketed Japan/Tokyo
July 3, 2004: comedy shows are added to Saturday nights before the action block starts
July 19, 2004 - FREE HOCKEY CHICKEN!

(?Fall 2004 or Jan 2005?) - AcTN
March 31, 2006 - April Fools, Gastric Distress Edition
(?May 2007?) - Tilt-shift bumps appear
May 3, 2008 - Cutout Action
March 31, 2009 - April Fools, The Room, first edition

(?January 2010?) -  New Graphics (Series of Tubes, We Love You Windows set)
March 31, 2010 - April Fools, The Room, second edition

October 31, 2010 - HD Bumps, no action specific packaging.
March 31, 2011 - April Fools, The Room, third edition
March 31, 2012 - April Fools, Toonami Edition
May 12, 2012 - Return of Toonami, now on AS
March 31, 2013 - April Fools, Kitty [meow meow] Edition
March 31, 2014 - Tagged bumps
March 31, 2015 - April Fools, FishCenter Edition
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Re: Building the Timeline
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2015, 07:41:10 PM »

Saturday Adult Swim Action premiere: 2/23/2002
2003: ASA expands to Monday-Wednesday
2003?: First Aid era action bumpers
2004?: Tokyo / Japan ASA bumpers
July 3, 2004: comedy shows are added to Saturday nights before the action block starts
2005?: AcTN bumpers
2009: No more action shows on weeknights.  The last holdout, InuYasha, is replaced.
October 31, 2010 - HD Bumps, no more bumps specifically for the Saturday action block
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Re: Building the Timeline
« Reply #2 on: June 08, 2015, 11:07:17 PM »

Okay, so the bracketed Japan bumps were for Saturday only, correct? I have a recording from 7/31/04 that has them. (What's better is the Sealab bumps from that night, just cuz we don't ever see them :) ) Scratch that, I have some on Monday 7/5/04 :P were some designated weekday vs. Saturday?

http://www.bumpworthy.com/bumps/2328 I think this is dated incorrectly... I dug up an old listing that MrHang did that made it sound like this first aired in May 2005. (Listing posted below) I get the feeling all the unknowns on this list were new at the time, we know most if not all of them now. However, this wasn't the first wave of AcTN bumps. So far the earliest I've seen is Jan. 2005 - This guy

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Saturday Listings, v.10, 5.22.05

Inuyasha
Card 1 - Intro (Inuyasha Dog Barking)
Turner Library

Card 2 - going into commercials (Adult Swim Atom Bomb)
Turner Library

Card 3 - coming out of commercials (ACTN Green One Handed Guy)
Turner Library

Card 4 - Outro (ACTN Owl)
Turner Library


Samurai Champloo

Card 1 - Intro (Mugen, Jin and Fuu)
Groovy Cocktail - Turner Library

Card 2 - going into commercials (Fuu)
TransHouse Express - Turner Library

Card 3 - coming out of commercials (Jin)
Sunday - Turner Library

Card 4 - Outro (Champloo Fan)
Abstract Noon - Turner Library


Paranoia Agent

Card 1 - Intro (It Is Not Your Fault)
Turner Library

Card 2 - going into commercials (Griffin Oil Well)
Turner Library

Card 3 - coming out of commercials (It Is Time For More)
Turner Library

Card 4 - Outro (Fun for Adults Happy Face Guy)
Turner Library   


S-cry-ed

Card 1 - Intro (S-cry-ed balloon kid)
Turner Library

Card 2 - going into commercials (Action bump character spread)
Turner Library

Card 3 - coming out of commercials (Don't even try to read this!)
Congo Rhyme - Turner Library

Card 4 - Outro (Spider with guy's head)
Turner Library


Fooly Cooly

Card 1 - Intro (Naota's head)
Turner Library

Card 2 - going into commercials (The best things are collectives!)
Turner Library

Card 3 - coming out of commercials (Clouds over Williams Street)
Turner Library

Card 4 - Outro (We'd like to see you try )
Turner Library

Trigun

Card 1 - Intro (Western Pink Guy)
Turner Library

Card 2 - going into commercials (Bear with Hockey Mask)
Turner Library

Card 3 - coming out of commercials (ACTN Green One Handed Guy)
Turner Library

Card 4 - Outro (Fun for Adults Happy Face Guy)
Turner Library
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Re: Building the Timeline
« Reply #3 on: June 09, 2015, 12:58:39 AM »

Alright, I can definitely help here.  Bumpwise I can't contribute much, but for programming changes I can give exact dates.

9/2/2001 - Adult Swim first starts (Obviously); Cowboy Bebop airs one hour a night, premieres Sunday with Thursday repeats.
2/23/2002 - Saturday Block premiere; YuYu Hakusho, Pilot Candidate, Gundam 0083 premiere, Outlaw Star and Tenchi Muyo OVA repeats begin.
5/18/2002 - Last airing of Tenchi Muyo OVA on Adult Swim
5/25/2002 - Tenchi Universe airs for first and last time.
6/8/2002 - Mobile Suit Gundam begins Adult Swim reruns
7/6/2002 | 7/13/2002 - YuYu Hakusho Marathons
7/20/2002 | 7/27/2002 - Cowboy Bebop Marathons
8/17/2002 - Last airing of Pilot Candidate on Adult Swim
8/31/2002 - First airing of Inuyasha on Adult Swim
11/9/2002 - Last airing of Gundam 0083 on Adult Swim
11/16/2002 - First airing of Gundam 0080 on Adult Swim
11/30/2002 - Last airing of Outlaw Star on Adult Swim (sadly :( )
12/28/2002 - Last airing of Mobile Suit Gundam and Gundam 0080 on Adult Swim
1/4/2003 - Char's Counterattack Movie airs, last appearance of Saturday action until 4/17/2004
1/13/2003 - Monday-Thursday action lineup begins, Lupin III premieres
2/10/2003 - Reign: The Conqueror premieres
2/27/2003 - Final regular appearance of YuYu Hakusho on Adult Swim
3/31/2003 - Trigun premieres
5/25/2003 - Action airs on Sunday again
6/9/2003 - Kikaider premieres
7/7/2003 - The Big O (Season 1) premieres on Adult Swim
8/3/2003 - The Big O (Season 2) premieres on Sunday nights
8/4/2003 - FLCL, Blue Gender premiere
10/5/2003 - Adult Swim gains 2 AM - 5 AM, Action block repeats
10/26/2003 - The Big Occident
11/6/2003 - Last airing of Kikaider on Adult Swim
12/7/2003 - Last airing of Blue Gender on Adult Swim
1/1/2004 - Last airing of Reign: The Conqueror on Adult Swim

And that's enough for now.  Let me know how much detail you guys are looking for, more or less than this. 
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Re: Building the Timeline
« Reply #4 on: June 09, 2015, 02:21:27 AM »


10/26/2003 - The Big Occident


:D I was just going over this one more time before I go to bed... I don't recall seeing it called this before... I can't stop laughing! :-D
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Re: Building the Timeline
« Reply #5 on: June 09, 2015, 10:37:09 AM »


10/26/2003 - The Big Occident


:D I was just going over this one more time before I go to bed... I don't recall seeing it called this before... I can't stop laughing! :-D

I know, the perfect name for it, right?  I've only seen it mentioned a handful of times on older Toonzone threads and at ASMB but it's just the perfect name for the situation.

And since I've been sitting at work with absolutely no work to do for the past hour I'll post a bit more for the timeline:

2/16/2004 - Witch Hunter Robin premieres
3/31/2004 - Adult Swim April Fools 2004: Mustaches Everywhere, Or, That's Some Fine Facial Hair
4/11/2004 - Action off of Sunday
4/17/2004 - Action returns to Saturday night, the Animatrix airs.
4/24/2004 - First regular saturday action schedule since 2002; Wolf's Rain premieres
5/24/2004 - Case Closed premieres
10/23/2004 - Read or Die OVA airs as a movie
10/30/2004 - Animatrix reairing
11/6/2004 - The original (read: superior) Fullmetal Alchemist, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex premiere.
11/7/2004 - Super Milk-Chan Show premieres Sunday nights
11/11/2004 - Adult Swim makes their Thursday night lineup an action encore night, with premieres from the previous Saturday and Sunday airing encores.
12/25/2004 - Read or Die OVA, Animatrix reairing
12/30/2004 - Read of Die OVA reairing
1/5/2005 - Last airing of Witch Hunter Robin on Adult Swim
2/12/2005 - Super Milk-Chan premieres move off of Sundays, onto Saturdays
3/9/2005 - Last airing of Wolf's Rain on Adult Swim
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Re: Building the Timeline
« Reply #6 on: June 10, 2015, 04:20:13 AM »

September 2, 2001 - AS premiere date. Sundays @10PM-1AM (Thursday encore: Same time)
February 23, 2002 - AS Comedy/Action split. Saturdays @11PM-2AM, Sundays @10PM-1AM, Thursdays dropped.
December 31, 2002 - AS New Year's Eve Special, 11PM-3AM (Sunday encore: 10PM-2AM)
January 13, 2003 - AS expands to weekdays. Sunday-Thursday @11PM-2AM, Saturdays dropped.
May 25, 2003 - B&W bumps premiere.
October 5, 2003 - Birth of the repeat block. Sunday-Thursday @11PM-5AM.
April 17, 2004 - AS regains Saturday Action block.
July 3, 2004 - Comedy integrates into Saturdays, fancy Action bumps dropped in favor of still images.
Early 2005 (?) - ACTN bumps.
March 28, 2005 - AS expands to 6AM.
October 2, 2005 - AS regains the 10PM hour (Sundays only).
March 27, 2006 - AS obtains 10:30PM on weekdays.
July 6, 2007 - AS launches Friday block @11PM-5AM, 10:30 dropped on weekdays.
December 28, 2008 - AS expands to 10PM (all nights).
December 26, 2010 - AS expands to 9PM.
March 31, 2014 - AS expands to 8PM. Tagged bump era begins.
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Re: Building the Timeline
« Reply #7 on: July 13, 2015, 09:46:49 PM »

Know the last post was a bit ago, but I've just been catching up.  I really like this thread--nostalgia train full speed ahead.  Regarding the bumps, if still inclined to keep this active, a time for the start of the tilt-shift bumps and the programming schedule/lineup bumps would be nice additions.

Was this thread started as a piggyback of another thread or project, or just to put it out there?  I'll offer to compile the posts into one or two timelines (bump timeline and/or programming timeline) to keep this going if the forumgoers would like.

Again, really like this thread.
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Re: Building the Timeline
« Reply #8 on: July 18, 2015, 01:52:53 AM »

Captain Starwind started this thread over here: http://www.bumpworthy.com/forum/index.php/topic,1819.msg11635.html#msg11635
just as I felt like I had five seconds to breathe and it stirred up that stewing desire to do this. Then I got slammed with yet another event that caused me to check-out for a month :P Bottom line for me is I have too many irons in the fire... I usually do. I just feel like we have enough people here who could really do this justice in terms of accuracy. If you want to spearhead the compilation that would be fantastic! I suggest whatever method you choose be easily edited ;) I understand the value of tossing vague guesses into the mix but when a more concrete answer becomes available we'll need to update :)

As for the tilt-shift, I'm gonna guess May 2007 for now - I found a post I made on 6/3/2007 about them, and I know I didn't know anything about the technique when they started airing.
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Re: Building the Timeline
« Reply #9 on: July 18, 2015, 01:58:45 AM »

February 23, 2002 - AS Comedy/Action split. Saturdays @11PM-2AM, Sundays @10PM-1AM, Thursdays dropped.
Thursdays dropped? Are you sure about this? I don't remember this at all...  :-o
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Re: Building the Timeline
« Reply #10 on: July 26, 2015, 08:29:43 PM »

February 23, 2002 - AS Comedy/Action split. Saturdays @11PM-2AM, Sundays @10PM-1AM, Thursdays dropped.
Thursdays dropped? Are you sure about this? I don't remember this at all...  :-o

Now I'm back too!

I'm pretty sure that's correct, at least from my looking at it.  Thursdays were just the repeat nights anyway, so when Adult Swim got Saturday they traded the Thursday reruns for new content on Saturday. 
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Re: Building the Timeline
« Reply #11 on: July 26, 2015, 09:13:23 PM »

I reread the thread, looking to see if any summarization/compilation would be helpful.  I don't think I noticed during my first reading, Numy, that you were updating the first post with the bump info added later in the thread.  As such, I don't see any other real housekeeping needed, and I think keeping the bump timeline and programming timelines distinct reads better.  I'll keep watching for additions, and if later any help is needed, I'll be glad to contribute.
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« Reply #12 on: July 26, 2015, 09:28:30 PM »

Since I have very little information about what the bumps themselves were, I'll contribute what I can to the Adult Swim timeline: show and schedule information.  A couple years ago I compiled a word document that listed the action schedules, down to actual episode airings, for each night of Adult Swim from September 2001 up through Toonami's revival in May 2012.  After fact checking and air date checking online, I think I can say that it's accurate with pretty good certainty, though I'm always open to ways I can check my facts.

As such, I'll post here now just some general show information about the action shows/anime prior to the Toonami revival.  I know I posted some of this before, but honestly it's easier to do it this way than the way I was doing it previously:

Astro Boy:
Premiered July 14, 2007 at 2:00 AM
New Episodes Ended February 5, 2008 at 5:30 AM
Regular Run ended March 14, 2008 at 5:30 AM (one off showings December 19, 2008 At 5:30 AM, and March 31, 2012 at ~4:55 AM)

The Big O
Premiered July 7, 2003 at 12:00 AM
New episodes ended November 2, 2003 at 2:00 AM
Season 1 regular run ended February 2, 2008 at 4:30 AM (one off showing March 31, 2012 at ~2:40 AM)
Season 2 ran through end of ASA

Bleach:
Premiered September 9, 2006 at 12:30 AM
New Episodes ran through end of ASA

Blood+:
Premiered March 10, 2007 at 12:30 AM
New Episodes ended March 22, 2008 at 4:30 AM
Regular Run ended December 12, 2009 at 4:00 AM

Blue Gender:
Premiered August 4, 2003 at 12:30 AM
New Episodes ended September 16, 2003 at 12:30 AM
Regular Run ended December 7, 2003 at 4:00 AM

Case Closed:
Premiered May 24, 2004 at 12:30 AM
New Episodes ended August 16, 2004 at 4:00 AM
Regular run ended September 22, 2005 at 5:30 AM

Would something like this be useful?  If so, tell me, and I'll continue to post stuff like this.
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« Reply #13 on: August 10, 2015, 11:38:36 PM »

So no one really commented on this in the past couple weeks, so I'll add a bit more to it now.

Code Geass:
Premiered April 26, 2008 at 1:30 AM
New Episodes ended October 25, 2008 at 5:00 AM
Regular run ended September 26, 2009 at 2:00 AM

Code Geass R2:
Premiered November 1, 2008 at 5:00 AM
New Episodes ended June 6, 2009 at 2:00 AM
Regular run ended June 6, 2009 at 2:00 AM

Cowboy Bebop:
Premiered September 2, 2001 at 12:00 AM
New Episodes ended February 14, 2002 at 12:30 AM
Reruns ran through end of ASA

Death Note:
Premiered October 20, 2007 at 12:00 AM
New Episodes ended July 5, 2008 at 3:30 AM
Regular run ended January 9, 2010 at 5:00 AM

Durarara!!:
Premiered June 25, 2011 at 12:30 AM
New Episodes ended December 17, 2011 at 4:30 AM
Regular run ended May 19, 2012 at 5:00 AM

Eureka Seven:

Premiered April 15, 2006 at 12:00 AM
New Episodes ended April 28, 2007 at 4:00 AM (May 5 if you count [as] reshowing)
Regular run ended February 29, 2008 at 4:30 AM
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« Reply #14 on: August 23, 2016, 07:25:29 AM »

Sorry for posting on year old thread but here are some dates starting from 2005 mostly pertaining to AcTN and Graphic bumps.  To be honest, I don't really pay attention to text bumps.  I also really didn't watch adult swim until late 2005. 

April 2004 - Saturday Adult Swim returns, Animatrix, Inuyasha, FLCL, Trigun, Cowboy Bebop, Wolf's Rain, Witch Hunter Robin, and others get videos of locations in japan.  These bumps usually said (insert show here) is next, will be back, is back, is complete.

May 2004 - Still image bumps during Comedy

July 3, 2004 - Tokyo bumps appear, Saturdays start using still image stock 1950's photos for non anime such as Futurama, Sealab 2021, and later Venture Bros when it first appears.

Jan 8, 2005 -
Futurama Character Still Image bumps first air
- Fry Outline on Gold Background Bump
- Futurama Bender Shadow Yellow bump
- Bender with Cartoon Guy's head Orange
- Evil Bender Eyes and Ship Blue

Venture Brothers gets short lived saturday bumps, (These aren't on bumpworthy or any website I know of) Confirmed bumps from forum posts.
- Dr Venture on Green Background
- Orange bump

1st set of AcTN 15 second long Scrolling bumps
- Bear in Forest ACTN bump
- Bear with Chainsaw bump
- Bull Action bump
- Blue Film Reel Bump
- Come Along Friend bump
- Fun Start Soon Now InuYasha bump
- Throwing Up Bear InuYasha bump (a.k.a Toogaloogallama)
- FMA Japanese Scroll Balloons bump
- ACTN Orange Fun Start Soon Now bump
- Bleeding Arrow Dog bump

February 12, 2005
Super Milk Chan on Saturdays now, new bumps
- Extreme Priority SMC Bump
- Going into Commercials SMC Bump
- Coming out of commercials (OK! SMC Bump)

March 28, 2005
Adult Swim now ends at 6 AM by airing
Popeye at 5:00 AM with special bumps
- Adult Swim Black and White Ship
- U.S.S. Adult Swim Black and White
- Enlist in the Adult Swim Black and White
- Swim into the Future

and Bob Clampett Show at 5:30 AM with bumps that were regularly running until Jan 2010
- Swim Kote Now in Lush Color
- Making Your Future
- Open Wide to Swim
- The Dawn is Your Enemy

May 1, 2005
Lupin the Third replaces Popeye at 5 AM, now with more generic still image bumps, Long running until Jan 2010.
- Adult Swim Subway
- Williams Street Mills
- Adult Swim Master Control
- Shoot The Freak

May 14, 2005
Samurai Champloo premiers and gets its own bumps, pretty much aired whenever the show came on Saturdays until mid 2007...
- Mugen, Jin, Fuu
- Fuu
- Jin
- Champloo Fan

May 21, 2005
Final regular Saturday airing of the Tokyo bumps from 2004.  A few of them such as Fujiyama 6:02 AM and Tokyo Tower 12:27 AM were brought back in 2006 and aired until June 2007.

May 28, 2005
New AcTN bumps to replace the ones from January 2005, these were single screen and only 10 seconds, some of them were intros to shows. The majority of these ran until 2007-2008 with some being aired again in 2009 after the Super Deluxe and Gametap promos stopped coming on. Saturday and Weekday listings were different. (the Saturday ones usually changed, while the weekday one started May 30, 2005 and ended when anime stopped running on weekdays in March 2008)
- Inuyasha Dog Barking
- Adult Swim Atom Bomb
- ACTN Green One Handed Guy
- ACTN Owl
- It is Not Your Fault
- Clown and Griffin Oil Well
- It Is Time For More
- Fun 4 Adults Read Happy Face Guy
- S Cry Ed Balloon Kid
- Action Bump Character Spread
- Don't Even Try to Read This
- Spider dropping with Guy's Head
- Naota's Head
- The Best Things are Collectives
- Clouds over Williams Street
- We'd Like To See You Try
- Trigun Western Pink Guy
- Bear with Hockey Mask

July 24, 2005
Text bumps no longer have bottom corner logo

August or September 2005?,
Oh No, Madlib and Wildchild music now used on some bumps...
- Clown and Griffin Oil Well (Oh No - Break)
- Clouds over Williams Street (Loopdigga - Conducted Rhythms)
- Spider Dropping w/ Guy's Head (Wildchild - Kiana)

More show specific bumps
- Cowboy Bebop Sheriff Star
- Fullmetal Alchemist scroll v2 (no balloon zoom in)

October 2, 2005 - Adult Swim expands to 10PM on Sundays.  At some point around this time they stopped the White with black text viewer bumps on thursdays

Late 2005 or Early 2006?
New Saturday Still Image bumps
- Inferiority Complex Entrance
- Vibe Units
- You Could Be Here
- A Colorful Merry Go Round of Death
- The Anonymous Usual
- Expired Parking Meter
More show specific bumps
- Venture Bros Yellow Intro
- Stroker and Hoop Carr Intro
- Boondocks You Will Watch
- Boondocks Grand Dad
- Boondocks 2 Brothers
- Ghost in the Shell 2nd Gig Now/Later intro

Jan 29, 2006
New long running 1 AM/5 AM Sunday bumps
- Your Pathway to a Better Life
- Es Muy Fuerte (replaced by Let Us Take the Time to Do Your Shirts in 2007?, I do know it was on in 2009 at that time frame)
- We are against it with you
- You can be happy
- Open Up, We Want to Come in
- Winter is Killing us a little (replaced by Have Some Spring in March 2006 I would assume, I don't know about after that)
- Something Awesome is about to happen to you
- Adult Swim is Your Friend Blue Version

March 27, 2006
Monday through Thursday 10:30 PM expansion with repeat at 2AM.  Now only 5:30 reserved for graveyard slot. 5 AM bumps only on Saturdays

July 15, 2006
Tilt Shift (Atlanta still image) bumps for Saturdays, replacing previous still image bumps except the few tokyo bumps at 12 AM.
- Park
- Traffic
- Owls Turn Only
- Airplanes
- TBS Building
Misc Bumps
- Futurama Bender Shadow v2
- Goodness Flowed in From All Directions

August 19, 2006
Shin Chan test run, new Shin Chan intro bump that aired whenever it came on that whole week.
- Shin Chan Goes Now
 
September 9, 2006?
Bleach and Trinity Blood first air, Generic still image bumps now used in place of most show specific bumps...
- You -> People, Adult Swim -> Piano
- You -> Bears, Adult Swim -> Boat (used the most)
- You -> Man, Adult Swim -> Seal
- Nuclear Love
- German Flight Schedule (used as intro bump sometimes)

March 2007
All second bumps are replaced by the Super Deluxe or Gametap ads.  This went until January 2009. 
Ghost in the Shell season 1 has short running intro bump due to being on at 12:30 AM on weekdays.  Usually it was on whenever they used Generic bumps.
- AcTN Red Ghost in the Shell intro

Super Violence Disclaimer aired anytime before Blood+ and the later half of Eureka 7.  Also on the 1 episode of Ghost in the Shell and 1 episode of Fullmetal Alchemist which had an American Cowboys Disclaimer. 

April 2007
Due to constant schedule changes, 12:30 AM intro bump now one of the generic Adult Swim and You bumps or Nuclear Love. 

May 5, 2007
no more separate age 14 and 17 Advisory screens, current, generic disclaimer begins and is shortened to 10 seconds.  The reason for this change was unknown.  I liked the big Advisory logo, as a kid I knew I was going to watch something epic and not for kids.
"Adult Swim may contain mature material that may not be suitable for some viewers"

June 16, 2007?
Tilt Shift AcTN bumps first aired and replaces all bumps after 12 AM (this includes the 2 tokyo bumps still on) Some of these bumps aired on weekdays by replacing some May 2005 bumps.
- AcTN Trailer
- AcTN Train (replaced Adult Swim & You/Nuclear Love on weekdays)
- AcTN Cargo Ship (replaced AcTN Green One Handed Guy on weekdays)
- AcTN Traffic 1 (replaced AcTN Owl on weekdays)
- AcTN Window
- AcTN Battleship
- AcTN Oil Refinery
- AcTN Traffic 2
- AcTN Satellite
- AcTN Elevator (replaced Fun 4 Adults on weekdays)
- AcTN Last Chance Saloon

July 6, 2007
Weekdays start at 11 PM, Adult Swim now on Fridays. Monday - Saturday repeats start at 2:30 AM rather than at 2 AM, thus removing the separate 5 AM block which usually had old shows. 2 AM/5:30 AM bump schedule...
- AcTN Traffic 2
- AcTN Satellite
- AcTN Last Chance Saloon

January 2008
Futurama is no longer on Adult Swim,
Separate 5AM slot returns everyday, Sunday repeats start at 1:30 AM rather than 2 AM to have the extra 5 AM block.  Making those 2006 1:30 AM bumps not air anymore.  This means that Anime is once again aired on Sundays (Astro Boy at 5:30 AM) which hasn't happened since starting at 10 PM in 2005. 

Feb 2008
Saturdays from 11 PM to 12:30 AM now use weekday text bumps due to the "Not Sucking Saturdays" as called in a promo.

March 10, 2008
Sadly, no more weekday AcTN except Friday for a while.  This means bumps are replaced with some Tilt Shift Atlanta bumps from 2006 and also some new bumps...
- One Way
- Baggage Room
- 3
- Swimbound
- Adult Swim is Our Friend on Dumpster

May 2008
No more tilt shift AcTN or Text bumps on Saturdays.  New 5 second b/w cutout bumps appear
- Pink Wall stare
- Medical Arts Chat
- Cat Elevator,
- Car Wash Chat,
- Graffiti wall chat,
- Clothing Shop chat
- Will Call chat,
- Water Tower Chat,
- Town Of Trucks,
- Bike on Sidewalk,
- Brick Wall stare,
- Alley,
- Bridge Street,
- Closed Theater

Inuyasha bumps based on Inuyasha movie marathon bumps...
- Inuyasha
- Kagome
- Miroku
- Sesshomaru

Misc
- Traffic (5 second version)
- AcTN Last Chance Saloon v2 (5 seconds with different song)

June 2008
No more separate 5AM block on Weekdays dead, back to 2:30AM repeats except that 2AM and 5:30AM bumps and show were different.  11:30, 12:30, 1:30, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00 final bump slot was changed to an "All times and Music Eastern" Programming Schedule.

July 14, 2008
Parental Advisory logo returns only for 11PM show after changing from Cartoon Network in the Nood era.  It was the 17+ version which was slightly wider.

September 2008
For the first time, new premiers are shown during the 5am slot usually reserved for old cartoons. 

Dec 26, 2008
Adult Swim starts at 10pm everyday.  Saturday uses Weekday bumps now.  King of the Hill appears and has it's own bumps with sponsors of various locations in the show like Staubach Elementary School, etc.  King of the Hill had it's own bumps until 2014 though the bumps changed throughout the years.
Saturdays also stop having regular repeat blocks, making shows only appear once.  The bump schedule did repeat as usual after 3 AM.

Late 2009
King of The Hill now airs a repeat at 5am rather than 2am like usual.  This tradition holds up today.

January 31, 2010?
(I didnt watch Adult Swim much that year so I can't say much about it, I watched Nick at Nite that year more often as I didn't really like how [as] was turning) - 2005-2009 bumps not used anymore.  New 5 second (lackluster) graphic bumps...
- AS We Are Computers
- AS Past Your Future
- AS and You Sailboat
- Do Not Fold, Spindle, or Mutilate
- A Series of Tubes
- Always Record
- Adult Swim Presents Commercials for your Money Love

Also new Graphic schedule bumps instead of the plain black and white ones. 
 
May 31, 2010
Blue Adult Swim is Your Friend returns as sign off bump everyday.  Some of the bunps aired between commercial breaks and sometimes there were no bumps at the beginning of a show.  The no bump tradition went until 2014 when the 9pm "promo style bumps" finished.  New Advisory screen (Start Advisory 2010)

Halloween 2010 - Bumps are now HD

December 27, 2010 - 9PM start time, loads of new bumps taken from stock footage and promo bits like Off the Air (Clown Kids, Flip's Tips, Owl mask people, various Animals, old lady on old PC, etc)  Bumps are aired in a set order but not nightly like before since there were so many.  There were 2 sets, Set 1 was aired 9PM to 11PM, 1:30AM, and 5-6AM.  Set 2 aired 3:30AM to 5AM with the exception of King of the Hill which had new yellow sponser bumps.  New bumps (Fax Machine, Indian music video, Rainbow Dinosaur, etc) were thrown into the rotation throughout the next few years until 2014.  Sign on around this time used a nightly program schedule, later changing to a Pac Man style schedule in September 2011.  On Saturdays, the only bumps were these until 2012.  The last bumps in this style were in mid 2014 (Cactus, and Blurry Business people)

May 26, 2012 - After being shown for April Fools 2012 (which i missed ) Toonami is back and replaces AcTN on Saturdays and has its own bumps similar to how it was in the Cartoon Network toonami era, with an announcer and all bumps pertain to the show that is on.  It is actually treated like a block.  It also has it's own disclaimer.  Toonami's look changes periodically. For example, It was red at first then changed to blue in late 2012. 

Fall 2012 - New Sign on bumps (Buy Adult Swim, Watching Is Better than Living, and Let us go Forward Together) all done in the older late 2000's Adult Swim style, static images with minimal animation or movement. 

March 31, 2014 - 8PM start time.  Current style hidden logo bumps begin, New disclaimer that changes nightly.  Bumps are changed seasonally and air randomly throughout 8-11PM, 1:30AM and 5-6AM.  Set 2 of the 9PM expansion bumps still aired at 4-5AM until late 2014.  King of The Hill does not get its own bumps this time.  The bumps are similar to how they were in the late 2000's in which it is of a set location, except now they are videos with an Adult Swim logo hidden somewhere, sometimes they move throughout the image or they are a shadow.

July 2014 (Not exactly sure when) - New Adult Swim sign off video done with a star spangled banner instrumental and announcer says "This now concludes our broadcast day, thanks for watching Adult Swim."  Instead of this being a bump, it is now shown right before Cartoon Network starts.  The video changed in Fall 2014 to the one used now.

More to come..................... Swim on..............
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