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Toonami Plans Parasyte Marathon For 11/29/2015

This Thanksgiving, Toonami wants to give you a few Parasytes.

Earlier today, Adult Swim executive vice president and creative director Jason DeMarco revealed that the network’s Toonami block will host a Parasyte: The Maxim marathon on November 29.

As of press time, the episode schedule is unknown.

Parasyte – The Maxim began airing on Toonami on October 3. The series is based on Hitoshi Iwaaki’s Parasyte manga, and originally aired in the fall 2014 anime season. The 24-episode series was directed by Kenichi Shimizu and animated by Madhouse.

Sentai Filmworks currently holds the rights to Parasyte – The Maxim in the Americas and United Kingdom. Crunchyroll is currently streaming the show in its entirety in subtitled format.

Source: Twitter (Jason DeMarco)

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