A group of young teens is unexpectedly sent to the mysterious Digital World and paired up with their own powerful, morphing monster called the Digimon. Together the entire group set out on an adventure to fight evil and save the world.
Kari has just given herself up to Myotismon. Meanwhile, the others are told that in order to defeat Myotismon they must return Kari's tag and crest to her. Gatomon is tricked into telling Myotismon ...
Seven kids attending a summer camp in Japan are transported to an alternate world linked to ours by the Information Superhighway. That's why it is called Digiworld. The kids make friends with strange creatures called Digimon who become stranger as they "digivolve". During the course of the story, the kids learn that they and the Digimon are the only hope of saving both Earth and Digiworld from total destruction.Written by
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The parts where VenomMyotismon flattening Angewomon with a rock and actually hits Angemon have been cut out (episode 1.39 "The Battle for Earth") See more »
What could be worse than living your life without a single friend?
A litter box full of fly paper.
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During the 3rd season of Digimon, Laura Jill Miller is still credited as "Kari" and Brian Donovan (I) is still credited as "Davis", but neither of those characters appear in the 3rd season. See more »
The episode "Playing Games" was modified when shown in America because of the Columbine attacks. The deleted scene involves Puppetmon chasing T.K. with real guns which were his "toys"; T.K. then tells Mushroomon and Blossomon not to reveal his hiding spot, then after Mushroomon and Blossomon tell Puppetmon where T.K. was hiding, he thinks they were lying so Puppetmon shoots Mushroomon and Blossomon with the gun and they are killed. the American version digitally removes the guns from Puppetmon's hands. See more »
I watched a couple of episodes of Digimon near its beginning and dismissed as derivative rubbish. Then, a few months later and rather bored, I turned it on again. I couldn't believe it. This supposed kids' cartoon had one of the most dramatic, engaging, even shocking story arcs I've seen. This programme deals with love and loyalty, life and death, fear and self-doubt. The 'Digi-destined' children fight with their parents, who have trouble understanding the sacrifices their children have to make. One child finds out he's adopted. Characters sacrifice their lives to save others. The children get scared, and doubt their own ability to save the world as they are destined to do. If this had slightly better animation, and was billed as adult animé, no-one would question it once. So much more than just a kids' show.
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