History Franchise / Digimon

16th Jul '17 2:01:03 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* CurbstompBattle: Normally, the first appearance of the new BigBad or enemy of a higher level than the characters presently have is accompanied by one of these. Likewise, the first fight of most of the characters new digivolutions are this as well.

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* CurbstompBattle: CurbStompBattle: Normally, the first appearance of the new BigBad or enemy of a higher level than the characters presently have is accompanied by one of these. Likewise, the first fight of most of the characters new digivolutions are this as well.
27th Jun '17 5:42:56 PM nombretomado
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** Goggles. They're so iconic, most people associate these with the show, and the TheOtherWiki mentions it in their "Goggles" article. In-universe, it is the mark of TheLeader among the various Digidestined/Tamers. Only one [[Anime/DigimonSavers season]] broke with the tradition, but subsequent seasons brought the goggles back.

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** Goggles. They're so iconic, most people associate these with the show, and the TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki mentions it in their "Goggles" article. In-universe, it is the mark of TheLeader among the various Digidestined/Tamers. Only one [[Anime/DigimonSavers season]] broke with the tradition, but subsequent seasons brought the goggles back.
20th Jun '17 9:02:27 AM Cavery210
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Licensing-wise, the franchise has generally fallen under the umbrella of [[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Bandai Namco]], but the anime has been in sketchier territory; the rights originally belonged to Creator/SabanEntertainment before being shifted to {{Creator/Disney}} after its dissolution in 2003. Disney handled the franchise's dubbing for a period until Creator/SabanBrands reacquired the English rights to the franchise in 2012. The dub as a whole, however, was subject to KeepCirculatingTheTapes during periods of non-airing, as it never received a formal home video release until New Video Group's DVD releases in 2013. Official subtitles of [[BlindIdiotTranslation volatile quality]] are few and far between, with ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02'', ''Anime/DigimonTamers'', and ''Anime/DigimonXrosWars'' being streamed by {{Creator/Funimation}}, {{Creator/Hulu}}, and {{Crunchyroll}} respectively.

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Licensing-wise, the franchise has generally fallen under the umbrella of [[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Bandai Namco]], but the anime has been in sketchier territory; the rights originally belonged to Creator/SabanEntertainment before being shifted to {{Creator/Disney}} after its dissolution in 2003. Disney handled the franchise's dubbing for a period until Creator/SabanBrands reacquired the English rights to the franchise in 2012. The dub as a whole, however, was subject to KeepCirculatingTheTapes during periods of non-airing, as it never received a formal home video release until New Video Group's DVD releases in 2013. Official subtitles of [[BlindIdiotTranslation volatile quality]] are few and far between, with ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'', ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02'', ''Anime/DigimonTamers'', and ''Anime/DigimonXrosWars'' being streamed by {{Creator/Netflix}}, {{Creator/Funimation}}, {{Creator/Hulu}}, and {{Crunchyroll}} respectively.
14th Jun '17 8:09:30 PM Basara-kun
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* EnergeticOutstandingOrange: Agumon is the leading Digimon of the group in both ''[[Anime/DigimonAdventure Adventure]]'' and ''[[Anime/DigimonSavers Savers]]'', associated with the Crest of Courage, and as such (along with PlayingWithFire) he's mainly colored orange to reflect his spirit and determination, just as their tamers (Taichi and Masaru). His evolutions are all also colored mainly orange.
9th Jun '17 2:05:03 AM Manw0name
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** 02: The less said of the [[EldritchLocation Dark Ocean]], the better. The ending is either pure Narm or Vamdemon conquering everything.

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** 02: The less said of the [[EldritchLocation Dark Ocean]], the better. The ending is either pure Narm or Vamdemon conquering everything.
31st May '17 3:28:19 PM Kindle4Light
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* DyingAsYourself

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* DyingAsYourself%%* DyingAsYourself:ZeroContextExample



* EnemyScan

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* EnemyScanEnemyScan: In the anime, there is usually a portion of time reserved for describing a newly-encountered Digimon.
31st May '17 11:33:04 AM Kindle4Light
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* ''Digital World Digimon'' (Android/[=iOS=], 2017)

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* %%* ''Digital World Digimon'' (Android/[=iOS=], 2017)
31st May '17 11:16:56 AM Kindle4Light
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* ''Digimon Heroes!'' (Android/[=iOS=], 2012)
* ''Digital World Digimon'' (Android/[=iOS=], 2017)
25th May '17 9:21:16 PM NOYB
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** {{God}}: A being which the Angel Digimon serve, noted to be an immeasurably powerful being of ultimate goodness and infinite love. Apparently created the Digital World and its laws. There is also a number of FallenAngel Digimon having "rebelled" against God. May be a human, may be Homeostasis - the weird light that possessed Kari in ''Adventure'', and named in the ''Xros Wars'' manga.

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** {{God}}: A being which whom the Angel Digimon serve, noted to be an immeasurably powerful being of ultimate goodness and infinite love. Apparently created the Digital World and its laws. There is also a number of FallenAngel Digimon having "rebelled" against God. May be a human, may be Homeostasis - the weird light that possessed Kari in ''Adventure'', and named in the ''Xros Wars'' manga.
21st May '17 6:34:13 AM Ominae
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Base entry for the ''Digimon'' ([[PortmanteauSeriesNickname short for]] "Digital Monsters") SeriesFranchise, centered on {{bond creature|s}} {{mons}} from {{cyberspace}}. Originally beginning as the ''Digimon'' virtual pet, conceived as the SpearCounterpart of ''VideoGame/{{Tamagotchi}}'' in an effort to broaden the latter's appeal to boys, it has since spread across numerous {{alternate continuit|y}}ies in multiple media including anime, manga, video games, and trading card games. The franchise is created and maintained by Bandai (now [[Creator/NamcoBandai Bandai Namco]]) and [=WiZ=], while Creator/ToeiAnimation shares an interest in the brand and is responsible for its anime series, promotional materials, and game cutscenes.

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Base entry for the ''Digimon'' ([[PortmanteauSeriesNickname short for]] "Digital Monsters") SeriesFranchise, centered on {{bond creature|s}} {{mons}} from {{cyberspace}}. Originally beginning as the ''Digimon'' virtual pet, conceived as the SpearCounterpart of ''VideoGame/{{Tamagotchi}}'' in an effort to broaden the latter's appeal to boys, it has since spread across numerous {{alternate continuit|y}}ies in multiple media including anime, manga, video games, and trading card games. The franchise is created and maintained by Bandai (now [[Creator/NamcoBandai Bandai Namco]]) Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment) and [=WiZ=], while Creator/ToeiAnimation shares an interest in the brand and is responsible for its anime series, promotional materials, and game cutscenes.



Licensing-wise, the franchise has generally fallen under the umbrella of [[Creator/NamcoBandai Bandai Namco]], but the anime has been in sketchier territory; the rights originally belonged to Creator/SabanEntertainment before being shifted to {{Creator/Disney}} after its dissolution in 2003. Disney handled the franchise's dubbing for a period until Creator/SabanBrands reacquired the English rights to the franchise in 2012. The dub as a whole, however, was subject to KeepCirculatingTheTapes during periods of non-airing, as it never received a formal home video release until New Video Group's DVD releases in 2013. Official subtitles of [[BlindIdiotTranslation volatile quality]] are few and far between, with ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02'', ''Anime/DigimonTamers'', and ''Anime/DigimonXrosWars'' being streamed by {{Creator/Funimation}}, {{Creator/Hulu}}, and {{Crunchyroll}} respectively.

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Licensing-wise, the franchise has generally fallen under the umbrella of [[Creator/NamcoBandai [[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Bandai Namco]], but the anime has been in sketchier territory; the rights originally belonged to Creator/SabanEntertainment before being shifted to {{Creator/Disney}} after its dissolution in 2003. Disney handled the franchise's dubbing for a period until Creator/SabanBrands reacquired the English rights to the franchise in 2012. The dub as a whole, however, was subject to KeepCirculatingTheTapes during periods of non-airing, as it never received a formal home video release until New Video Group's DVD releases in 2013. Official subtitles of [[BlindIdiotTranslation volatile quality]] are few and far between, with ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02'', ''Anime/DigimonTamers'', and ''Anime/DigimonXrosWars'' being streamed by {{Creator/Funimation}}, {{Creator/Hulu}}, and {{Crunchyroll}} respectively.
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