History Manga / CmonDigimon

20th Sep '15 5:07:00 PM AsterSelene
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''C'mon Digimon'', penned by Hiroshi Izawa and released in mid-1997 shortly before the debut of its first virtual pet, was a "beta version" of ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'' released as a bonus chapter in its second volume.

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''C'mon Digimon'', penned by Hiroshi Izawa and released in mid-1997 for ''Akamaru Jump'' shortly before the debut of its first virtual pet, was a "beta version" sort of ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'' "[[PilotEpisode beta version]]" of ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'', eventually released as a bonus chapter in its second volume.
20th Sep '15 1:09:34 PM AsterSelene
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''C'mon Digimon'' was not just the first manga adaptation of the ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, but also the very first adaptation thereof, period. Penned by Hiroshi Izawa and released in mid-1997 shortly before the debut of its first virtual pet, it's little-known and is only a one-shot manga but its influence, even unknowingly, can be felt in pretty much every other ''Digimon'' adaptation since.

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''C'mon Digimon'' was not just the first manga adaptation of the ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, but also the very first adaptation thereof, period. Penned Digimon'', penned by Hiroshi Izawa and released in mid-1997 shortly before the debut of its first virtual pet, it's little-known and is only was a one-shot manga but "beta version" of ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'' released as a bonus chapter in its influence, even unknowingly, can be felt in pretty much every other ''Digimon'' adaptation since.
second volume.



See also: ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'', a much longer-running ''Digimon'' manga which was directly influenced by ''C'mon Digimon''.
19th Jul '15 1:23:28 AM Twiddler
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* [[AllAnimalsAreDogs All Mons Are Dogs]]: Bun has the personality of a puppy.

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* [[AllAnimalsAreDogs All Mons Are Dogs]]: AllAnimalsAreDogs: Bun has the personality of a puppy.
6th May '15 9:17:19 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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''C'mon Digimon'' was not just the first manga adaptation of the ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, but also the very first adaptation thereof, period. Penned by Hiroshi Hizawa and released in mid-1997 shortly before the debut of its first virtual pet, it's little-known and is only a one-shot manga but its influence, even unknowingly, can be felt in pretty much every other ''Digimon'' adaptation since.

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''C'mon Digimon'' was not just the first manga adaptation of the ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, but also the very first adaptation thereof, period. Penned by Hiroshi Hizawa Izawa and released in mid-1997 shortly before the debut of its first virtual pet, it's little-known and is only a one-shot manga but its influence, even unknowingly, can be felt in pretty much every other ''Digimon'' adaptation since.
25th Mar '15 7:52:53 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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''C'mon Digimon'' was not just the first manga adaptation of the ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, but also the very first adaptation thereof, period. Pinned by Hiroshi Hizawa and released in mid-1997 shortly before the debut of its first virtual pet, it's little-known and is only a one-shot manga but its influence, even unknowingly, can be felt in pretty much every other ''Digimon'' adaptation since.

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''C'mon Digimon'' was not just the first manga adaptation of the ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, but also the very first adaptation thereof, period. Pinned Penned by Hiroshi Hizawa and released in mid-1997 shortly before the debut of its first virtual pet, it's little-known and is only a one-shot manga but its influence, even unknowingly, can be felt in pretty much every other ''Digimon'' adaptation since.
25th Mar '15 7:03:33 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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''C'mon Digimon'' was not just the first manga adaptation of the ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, but also the very first adaptation thereof, period. Released in mid-1997 shortly before the debut of its first virtual pet, it's little-known and is only a one-shot manga but its influence, even unknowingly, can be felt in pretty much every other ''Digimon'' adaptation since.

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''C'mon Digimon'' was not just the first manga adaptation of the ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, but also the very first adaptation thereof, period. Released Pinned by Hiroshi Hizawa and released in mid-1997 shortly before the debut of its first virtual pet, it's little-known and is only a one-shot manga but its influence, even unknowingly, can be felt in pretty much every other ''Digimon'' adaptation since.
1st Dec '14 11:51:45 AM StFan
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See also: ''Manga/{{Digimon V-Tamer 01}}'', a much longer-running ''Digimon'' manga which was directly influenced by ''C'mon Digimon''.

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See also: ''Manga/{{Digimon V-Tamer 01}}'', ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'', a much longer-running ''Digimon'' manga which was directly influenced by ''C'mon Digimon''.



* {{Expy}}: This manga is confirmed to have later influenced ''Manga/{{Digimon V-Tamer 01}}'', and by extension everything else ''Digimon'' ever. Taichi Yagami ([[Anime/DigimonAdventure both of him]]) was directly inspired by Kentaro, Shinichiro resembles Neo Saiba (and by extension [[Anime/DigimonXrosWarsTheYoungHuntersLeapingThroughTime Ryouma Mogami]] by way of recursive expies), and Makoto resembles [[Anime/DigimonTamers Kenta Kitagawa]] (and also [[NamesTheSame shares a name]] with a different ''Tamers'' character). Additionally, this manga's interpretation of Greymon's appearance was adapted into the Veedramon species.

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* {{Expy}}: This manga is confirmed to have later influenced ''Manga/{{Digimon V-Tamer 01}}'', ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'', and by extension everything else ''Digimon'' ever. Taichi Yagami ([[Anime/DigimonAdventure both of him]]) was directly inspired by Kentaro, Shinichiro resembles Neo Saiba (and by extension [[Anime/DigimonXrosWarsTheYoungHuntersLeapingThroughTime Ryouma Mogami]] by way of recursive expies), and Makoto resembles [[Anime/DigimonTamers Kenta Kitagawa]] (and also [[NamesTheSame shares a name]] with a different ''Tamers'' character). Additionally, this manga's interpretation of Greymon's appearance was adapted into the Veedramon species.
6th Jun '14 10:24:32 AM Willbyr
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* BeamingGrin: Bun's basic weapon.

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* BeamingGrin: BreathWeapon: Bun's basic weapon.
8th Jul '13 2:15:20 AM EarlOfSandvich
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* SequelEscalation: [=MetalGreymon=] was presented as the ultimate Digimon in this manga; at the time it was, being one of only three Perfect-level Digimon. Even a little over a year later there were not only dozens of Perfect-level Digimon and thus dozens of comparable strength to [=MetalGreymon=], but an entire higher level had been introduced in the form of the Ultimate[[hottip:*:dubbed as Mega; not to be confused with the dub Ultimate level, which is Perfect]] level. These days? We're talking hundreds upon hundreds of Digimon as powerful or stronger than [=MetalGreymon=], and occasionally a level [[UpToEleven beyond Ultimate]] crops up.

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* SequelEscalation: [=MetalGreymon=] was presented as the ultimate Digimon in this manga; at the time it was, being one of only three Perfect-level Digimon. Even a little over a year later there were not only dozens of Perfect-level Digimon and thus dozens of comparable strength to [=MetalGreymon=], but an entire higher level had been introduced in the form of the Ultimate[[hottip:*:dubbed Ultimate[[note]]dubbed as Mega; not to be confused with the dub Ultimate level, which is Perfect]] Perfect[[/note]] level. These days? We're talking hundreds upon hundreds of Digimon as powerful or stronger than [=MetalGreymon=], and occasionally a level [[UpToEleven beyond Ultimate]] crops up.
11th Apr '13 11:03:00 PM EarlOfSandvich
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!!''Manga/CMonDigimon'' contains examples of:

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!!''Manga/CMonDigimon'' contains !!Contains examples of:
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