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Digimon: Digital Monsters 

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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.
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Complete series cast summary:
Steve Blum ...  J.P. Shibayama / ... 137 episodes, 2000-2003
Mona Marshall ...  Izzy Izumi / ... 116 episodes, 1999-2003
Tifanie Christun ...  Yolei Inoue / ... 119 episodes, 1999-2003
Derek Stephen Prince ...  Veemon / ... 81 episodes, 1999-2003
Philece Sampler ...  Mimi Tachikawa / ... 111 episodes, 1999-2003
Brianne Brozey ...  Tommy Himi / ... 97 episodes, 1999-2003
Michael Reisz ...  Matt Ishida / ... 111 episodes, 1999-2003
Mari Devon ...  Renamon / ... 61 episodes, 1999-2003
Brian Donovan ...  Narrator / ... 99 episodes, 2000-2003
Brian Beacock ...  Takato Matsuki / ... 100 episodes, 2001-2003
Tom Fahn ...  Agumon / ... 78 episodes, 1999-2003
Michael Sorich ...  Neemon / ... 49 episodes, 1999-2003
Melissa Fahn ...  Rika Nonaka / ... 91 episodes, 2001-2003
Wendee Lee ...  T.K. Takaishi / ... 47 episodes, 1999-2003
Dave Mallow ...  Angemon / ... 42 episodes, 1999-2003
Kirk Thornton ...  Gabumon / ... 84 episodes, 1999-2003
Laura Summer ...  Patamon / ... 86 episodes, 1999-2001
Dave Wittenberg ...  Henry Wong / ... 50 episodes, 2001-2003
Lara Jill Miller ...  Kari Kamiya / ... 80 episodes, 1999-2002
Joshua Seth Joshua Seth ...  Tai Kamiya / ... 72 episodes, 1999-2003
Paul St. Peter ...  Wormmon / ... 43 episodes, 1999-2003
R. Martin Klein ...  Gomamon / ... 53 episodes, 1999-2003
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn ...  Digivolution Voice / ... 1 episode, 2000-2003
Edie Mirman ...  Gatomon / ... 70 episodes, 1999-2001
Bridget Hoffman ...  Jeri Katou / ... 42 episodes, 2001-2003
Peggy O'Neal ...  Suzie Wong / ... 39 episodes, 2000-2003
Doug Erholtz ...  T.K. Takaishi / ... 49 episodes, 1999-2001
Michelle Ruff ...  Zoe Orimoto / ... 50 episodes, 2002-2003
Steve Staley ...  Koji Minamoto / ... 47 episodes, 2000-2003
Neil Kaplan ...  Hawkmon / ... 45 episodes, 2000-2003
Michael Lindsay Michael Lindsay ...  Joe Kido / ... 60 episodes, 1999-2001
Jeff Nimoy ...  Tentomon / ... 55 episodes, 1999-2001
Colleen O'Shaughnessey ...  Sora Takenouchi / ... 53 episodes, 1999-2001
Brad MacDonald Brad MacDonald ...  Kazu Shioda / ... 39 episodes, 2001-2003
Robert Axelrod ...  Armadillomon / ... 42 episodes, 1999-2001
Anna Garduno ...  Palmon / ... 43 episodes, 1999-2001
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Storyline

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 Steven Pani <sjpani@aol.com>

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Champions of the Digital World.


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Trivia

Chiaki Konaka wanted to leave the series after Adventure 2 due to several issues in the writers room. To keep him and other writes from leaving, Konaka was allowed to create his own unique concept for the series. See more »

Quotes

Davis: All right, if you're gonna destroy me, then will you please proceed to wash your hands first? I like to keep things clean.
Veemon: Good thing he hasn't seen your room...
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Crazy Credits

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 »

Alternate Versions

In "It Came From the Other Side," it shows Gorillamon grabbing one of Terriermon's ears and swinging him around. The dub only showed Terriermon being thrown back and forth - this was what happened after the swinging. The part where Gorillamon ringed Guilmon's head and slamed him to the pole was cut also. See more »

Connections

Featured in Hewy's Animated Movie Reviews: Digimon: The Movie (2010) See more »

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Digimon vs. Pokémon
1 May 2001 | by SilverKnightSee all my reviews

It's really funny because a lot of people think that Digimon is a rip off of Pokémon which is totally wrong and as they say "ignorance is bliss". Just because of the word "Digimon" especially the 'mon' bit, people think that it is immediately a Pokémon rip-off. I happened to have had been one of those people. I refused to watch Digimon when it started because it sounded like a rip off of Pokémon and there was a cactus with boxing gloves on! %( I mean come on, a cactus with boxing gloves thats as stupid as an electric rodent. Anyway I gave it a chance when there was a gap after Pokémon finished (and my nephew loved Digimon so I reluctantly gave it a chance). I ended up loving Digimon as it was alarmingly more adult than Pokémon and they had what many people craved... continuity.

The Comparisions Digimon follows the story of eight children with their respective Digimon, each with distinctive personalities and traits, working together in heroic situations (many viewers form emotional attachment to the character - I love Gabumon and my girlfriend loves Gatomon) whereas Pokémon centres around three kids who catch and train Pokémon (no matter what I still love Onix & Vulpix). Digimon can speak English whereas Pokémon can only say their name (excluding Meowth & Slowking - also Lapras can mind link with humans as can Lugia & Mewtwo) And finally Digimon follows a storyline where the heroes battle evil continuously, learn about themselves and each other. We also learn about their families, hopes, fears and watch them fight for what is right while Pokémon goes along the same line as Digimon but to a lesser extent and rarely does Pokémon follow up stories from previous episodes.

So all in all, why can't a person still love Pokémon but also watch Digimon. You may be pleasantly surprised at how different Pokémon and Digimon really are. After all I watch them both (their on rival channels but Pokémon is on half an hour before Digimon... but Digimon is opposite Dragonball Z (what a dilemma!) ;-)


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Official Sites:

Disney | Fox Kids

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Japan | Spain | Mexico | Argentina | Colombia

Language:

Spanish | English | Japanese

Release Date:

14 August 1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Digimon 02 See more »

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$71,196
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(205 episodes)

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