History Anime / DigimonFrontier

30th Mar '17 11:41:35 PM Eagal
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It is followed by ''Anime/DigimonSavers''.
30th Mar '17 11:40:06 PM Eagal
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While not necessarily ''bad'', the series was heavily criticized for basically discarding the {{Mons}} concept in favor of a safer, more marketable HenshinHero gimmick, and suffered in the ratings for it. [[FranchiseKiller The lack of popularity forced the ''Digimon'' franchise onto hiatus for three years]], eventually resurfacing with ''Anime/DigimonSavers''. Also not helping was the demise of Creator/FoxKids and Creator/{{Disney}}'s acquisition of their remnants- they didn't wan't ''Digimon'', just Creator/ABCFamily, so they didn't really give a crap about it (forcing it onto Creator/{{UPN}} for the final year of what was originally ''[[OneSaturdayMorning Disney's One Too]]''), and the general fad of "digital pets" having died.
21st Feb '17 8:45:16 PM BonsaiForest
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* TickleTorture: Ranamon uses this against Zoe and Tommy, before eventually giving up and switching to a more potentially deadly torture.
5th Nov '16 6:24:53 PM TitoMosquito
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While not necessarily ''bad'', the series was heavily criticized for basically discarding the {{Mons}} concept in favor of a safer, more marketable HenshinHero gimmick, and suffered in the ratings for it. [[FranchiseKiller The lack of popularity forced the ''Digimon'' franchise onto hiatus for three years]], eventually resurfacing with ''Anime/DigimonSavers''. Also not helping was the demise of Creator/FoxKids and Creator/{{Disney}}'s acquisition of their remnants- they didn't wan't ''Digimon'', just Creator/ABCFamily, so they didn't really give a crap about it (forcing it onto Creator/{{UPN}} for the final year of what was originally ''[[Creator/OneSaturdayMorning Disney's One Too]]''), and the general fad of "digital pets" having died.

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While not necessarily ''bad'', the series was heavily criticized for basically discarding the {{Mons}} concept in favor of a safer, more marketable HenshinHero gimmick, and suffered in the ratings for it. [[FranchiseKiller The lack of popularity forced the ''Digimon'' franchise onto hiatus for three years]], eventually resurfacing with ''Anime/DigimonSavers''. Also not helping was the demise of Creator/FoxKids and Creator/{{Disney}}'s acquisition of their remnants- they didn't wan't ''Digimon'', just Creator/ABCFamily, so they didn't really give a crap about it (forcing it onto Creator/{{UPN}} for the final year of what was originally ''[[Creator/OneSaturdayMorning ''[[OneSaturdayMorning Disney's One Too]]''), and the general fad of "digital pets" having died.
12th Sep '16 10:29:52 AM Camarokid2011
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* AllegedLookalikes: Being brothers, Koji and Koichi naturally have some sort of resemblance to one another, yet characters seem to marvel at them sharing an appearance. However, to the viewer, much like with Kagome and Kikyo in ''Inuyasha'', they don't particularly resemble one another beyond the things other characters have in common due to having the same art style (in other words, one could probably give another character the same hair color as the brothers and they'd look no different.) ''Maybe'' Koichi's totally different skintone could be from him spending more time in the sun than Koji. (It leads up to their being revealed as each other's long-lost twin. Fraternal twins ''do'' exist, but again, we get "they look exactly alike!" OnceAnEpisode.)

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* AllegedLookalikes: Being brothers, Koji and Koichi naturally have some sort of resemblance to one another, yet characters seem to marvel at them sharing an appearance. However, to the viewer, much like with Kagome and Kikyo in ''Inuyasha'', ''{{Inuyasha}}'', they don't particularly resemble one another beyond the things other characters have in common due to having the same art style (in other words, one could probably give another character the same hair color as the brothers and they'd look no different.) ''Maybe'' Koichi's totally different skintone could be from him spending more time in the sun than Koji. (It leads up to their being revealed as each other's long-lost twin. Fraternal twins ''do'' exist, but again, we get "they look exactly alike!" OnceAnEpisode.)
12th Sep '16 10:26:05 AM Camarokid2011
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* AllegedLookalikes: Being brothers, Koji and Koichi naturally have some sort of resemblance to one another, yet characters seem to marvel at them sharing an appearance. However, to the viewer, much like with Kagome and Kikyo in "Inuyasha", they don't particularly resemble one another beyond the things other characters have in common due to having the same art style (in other words, one could probably give another character the same hair color as the brothers and they'd look no different.) ''Maybe'' Koichi's totally different skintone could be from him spending more time in the sun than Koji. (It leads up to their being revealed as each other's long-lost twin. Fraternal twins ''do'' exist, but again, we get "they look exactly alike!" OnceAnEpisode.)

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* AllegedLookalikes: Being brothers, Koji and Koichi naturally have some sort of resemblance to one another, yet characters seem to marvel at them sharing an appearance. However, to the viewer, much like with Kagome and Kikyo in "Inuyasha", ''Inuyasha'', they don't particularly resemble one another beyond the things other characters have in common due to having the same art style (in other words, one could probably give another character the same hair color as the brothers and they'd look no different.) ''Maybe'' Koichi's totally different skintone could be from him spending more time in the sun than Koji. (It leads up to their being revealed as each other's long-lost twin. Fraternal twins ''do'' exist, but again, we get "they look exactly alike!" OnceAnEpisode.)
12th Sep '16 10:20:15 AM Camarokid2011
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* AllegedLookalikes: People marvel at the near-identical Koji and Koichi, who like Kagome and Kikyo, don't particularly resemble beyond the things everyone has in common due to having the same art style (meaning they resemble about as much as any one person resembles anyone else with the same hair color.) ''Maybe'' you could handwave the totally different skintones as one spending more time in the sun than the other. (It leads up to their being revealed as each other's long-lost twin. Fraternal twins ''do'' exist, but again, we get "they look exactly alike!" OnceAnEpisode.)

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* AllegedLookalikes: People Being brothers, Koji and Koichi naturally have some sort of resemblance to one another, yet characters seem to marvel at them sharing an appearance. However, to the near-identical Koji and Koichi, who viewer, much like with Kagome and Kikyo, Kikyo in "Inuyasha", they don't particularly resemble one another beyond the things everyone has other characters have in common due to having the same art style (meaning they resemble about as much as any (in other words, one person resembles anyone else with could probably give another character the same hair color.color as the brothers and they'd look no different.) ''Maybe'' you could handwave the Koichi's totally different skintones as one skintone could be from him spending more time in the sun than the other.Koji. (It leads up to their being revealed as each other's long-lost twin. Fraternal twins ''do'' exist, but again, we get "they look exactly alike!" OnceAnEpisode.)
29th Aug '16 4:58:58 PM Ghostkaiba297
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** And then [[spoiler: Cherubimon]], when the same is done with him, and [[spoiler: he hatches into Lopmon]].
29th Aug '16 4:58:11 PM Ghostkaiba297
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* KilledOffForReal: In an aversion of AllDeathsFinal, most Digimon are reborn as Digieggs after death, however, this does not apply to [[spoiler: Lucemon]] (the second time), Golemon, Mercurymon's minions, apparently [[spoiler: the Royal Knights]], and, tragically, [[spoiler: Oryxmon]] and [[spoiler: Sorcerymon]].
17th Aug '16 2:31:11 PM themisterfree
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While not necessarily ''bad'', the series was heavily criticized for basically discarding the {{Mons}} concept in favor of a safer, more marketable HenshinHero gimmick, and suffered in the ratings for it. [[FranchiseKiller The lack of popularity forced the ''Digimon'' franchise onto hiatus for three years]], eventually resurfacing with ''Anime/DigimonSavers''.

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While not necessarily ''bad'', the series was heavily criticized for basically discarding the {{Mons}} concept in favor of a safer, more marketable HenshinHero gimmick, and suffered in the ratings for it. [[FranchiseKiller The lack of popularity forced the ''Digimon'' franchise onto hiatus for three years]], eventually resurfacing with ''Anime/DigimonSavers''.
''Anime/DigimonSavers''. Also not helping was the demise of Creator/FoxKids and Creator/{{Disney}}'s acquisition of their remnants- they didn't wan't ''Digimon'', just Creator/ABCFamily, so they didn't really give a crap about it (forcing it onto Creator/{{UPN}} for the final year of what was originally ''[[Creator/OneSaturdayMorning Disney's One Too]]''), and the general fad of "digital pets" having died.
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