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* GlitchCharacter: Bun, possibly.

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* GlitchCharacter: GlitchEntity: Bun, possibly.


* ArtEvolution / OffModel: At the time of the manga's writing, most designs for Digimon weren't well-defined or known. As such, the mangaka just interpreted them his way based on the V-Pets, so most Digimon featured don't look all that much like their appearances in other material, even that written just a year later.

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* ArtEvolution / OffModel: At the time of the manga's writing, most designs for Digimon weren't well-defined or known. As such, the mangaka just interpreted them his way based on the V-Pets, so most Digimon featured don't look all that much like their appearances in other material, even that written just a year later. This is given a nod in the ColdOpen of the first "V-Tamer", where Taichi comments that living breathing monsters look different than the holographic projections.



* OneSteveLimit: Greymon's change in appearance can be chalked up to ArtEvolution; others, not so much. Another species called Deathmon shows up in ''V-Tamer 01'', another [=DeathMeramon=] debuts in ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'', and another Damemon in ''Anime/DigimonXrosWars'', all of which are clearly different monster species entirely. Fans usually refer to the Digimon from this manga by their names from the manga's Italian translation to avoid confusion (so Bun is often called Bunomon), and English dub material renamed the ''V-Tamer 01'' Deathmon to Ghoulmon and the ''Adventure'' [=DeathMeramon=] to [=SkullMeramon=]. On the other hand, none of the aforementioned Digimon from this manga ever showed up in anything else, so it's not as much of an issue as it could've been.

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* OneSteveLimit: Greymon's change in appearance can be chalked up to ArtEvolution; others, not so much. Another species monster called Deathmon shows up in ''V-Tamer 01'', another [=DeathMeramon=] debuts in ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'', and another Damemon in ''Anime/DigimonXrosWars'', all of which are clearly different monster species entirely. Fans usually refer to the Digimon from this manga by their names from the manga's Italian translation to avoid confusion (so Bun is often called Bunomon), and English dub material renamed the ''V-Tamer 01'' Deathmon to Ghoulmon and the ''Adventure'' [=DeathMeramon=] to [=SkullMeramon=]. On the other hand, none of the aforementioned Digimon from this manga ever showed up in anything else, so it's not as much of an issue as it could've been.

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* HiddenHeartOfGold: [[spoiler: Kentaro pretends to not like animals or {{Mons}} because his pet dog died in a fire while rescuing him.]]


* JerkassFacade: [[spoiler: Kentaro pretends to not like animals or {{Mons}} because his pet dog died in a fire while rescuing him.]]


* BadassAdorable: Bun.

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* BadassAdorable: Bun.Bun is cute, small and not very powerful, but is more capable than all but Kamon initially realize.


''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.


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


* [[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.


''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.


''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.


''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.


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.

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