A vast repository of Adult Swim bumps dating back to 2001, including audio and video downloads, live streaming, and musical artist information for each bump. Starting in 2011, cable channel Adult Swim began airing bumpers for the animated sitcom King of the Hill prior to the airing of episodes.. These bumpers would promote a fictional company or occasionally a real company (such as Hyundai and Lowe's).
The Bumpers, or "Bumps" for short, which are shown before and after each commercial break, were originally shots of senior citizens swimming and doing random pool-related activities in public pools. The lifeguard is often heard talking through a megaphone and saying things such as "Adult Swim. Ad Bumpers: Adult Swim is quite famous for these. You can see an entire archive of these bumps here. All Lowercase Letters: Adult Swim's branding of course, stylized as [adult swim]. April Fools' Day: Adult Swim has a running tradition of messing with their programs on File: Adultswimlogo.png.
Adult Swim occasionally airs bumpers that pay tribute to a recent celebrity death, in which there is no music or sound effects, but only a fade-in, showing the person's name, along with the year of their birth and the year of their death, followed by a fade-out.Headquarters: Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. Several of the Adult Swim infomercials are dark or upsetting in some way. For example, "Fartcopter" is about a sinister Creepy Child who becomes obsessed with a toy called "Fartcopter", which is pretty much Exactly What It Says on the Tin, leading his family to stage an intervention.The kid appears to reform his ways, but he then proceeds to murder his entire family with a fart noise so.