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Digimon discussion - Digimon Adventure tri. now available on Crunchyroll

Discussion in 'Alternate Animé & Manga Discussion' started by FeminineCuttlefish, Oct 16, 2009.

  1. FeminineCuttlefish

    FeminineCuttlefish A mollusk, not fish.



    ANYWAY I just got done with the first 3 series, Adventure 01, Adventure 02, and Tamers.

    I watched the sub, by the way. Holy crap in 02 Hikari almost got raped. Hah.
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  2. Dark Eevee

    Dark Eevee Well-Known Member

    I miss digimon. It use to be on tv when I was little.
    But now I watch it online, though I can't find certain episodes in japanese just dubbed.
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  3. FeminineCuttlefish

    FeminineCuttlefish A mollusk, not fish.

    I watched Digimon 02 on a different website, is that what your looking for?

    Just tell me what your looking for and I'll fetch it. :3
  4. Dark Eevee

    Dark Eevee Well-Known Member

    Well I'm really trying to watch all of 02 with subs.
    And I can find all the episodes on youtube.
  5. BCVM22

    BCVM22 Well-Known Member

  6. Jace

    Jace Well-Known Member

    Fox Kids in 2000 = Win

    Digimon is what made me love Saturdays again, mostly because I was starting to dislike the Pokemon anime.
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  7. Obsolete

    Obsolete MondoTR (Dani)

    BCVM - I'd suggest removing that link as we're not allowed to link to eps. ^_^;

    Anyway, I've seen all eps of Adventure 01 and 02 dubbed as well as the first 10 eps of Adventure 01 subbed.
  8. BCVM22

    BCVM22 Well-Known Member

    What? The episodes are authorized, subtitled editions provided by a licensed media company for streaming Internet viewing. There couldn't possibly be any legalities that would label the link as being in violation of the board rules about posting copyrighted media.
  9. danparker

    danparker Well-Known Member

    I know I've said this before. But I like Digimon for 9 years now. I like it's movies and all 5 seasons.
  10. Buizelster

    Buizelster Well-Known Member

    Watching all five seasons in Japanese right now too actually.

    and of course I love it.
  11. ParaChomp

    ParaChomp be your own guru

    OMG!! Digimon, is actually amazingly dubbed! I hear actors from (mostly) great dubs like Naruto and Bleach! It is impressive how they can get such good actors for such a kiddy show.

    The 4th season turned me off, transforming into Digimon was just stoopid! Season 1 was the best though. The 5th season is good too.

    Latly, I have been faning over Digimon, which leads me to one conclusion: Blackwargreymon cosplay!
  12. FeminineCuttlefish

    FeminineCuttlefish A mollusk, not fish.

    The dubs kinda got on my nerves. The VA's might have been good if they fit the character design. And yeah 4th season sucked.

    God luck with the BWGmon cosplay. Sounds tough.

    Now if you don't mind, I'm going to be fangirling over Ken.
  13. shadowbolt55

    shadowbolt55 Member

    I used to love this show. Now it's altright...
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  14. Buizelster

    Buizelster Well-Known Member


    Seriously what? Digimon is amazingly dubbed? Are we talking about the same Digimon?
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  15. ParaChomp

    ParaChomp be your own guru

    I can understand yet I found they suited them just a bit but were not bang right on!

    If my friend can make a Venasaur cosplay, I can make Blackwargreymon (man, I'll be sweating buckets in that thing).

    There are so many great actors in there, how could you not hear them? We are talking actors like Steve Blum!
  16. BCVM22

    BCVM22 Well-Known Member

    Digimon had a fine voice cast. Complain about the writing in the dub if you must - on only a handful of occasions were there problems with miscasting or just poor performance.
  17. Electivirus

    Electivirus Not really, no.

    Cowboy Bebop cast FTW.
  18. BCVM22

    BCVM22 Well-Known Member

    Calling it the "Bebop" cast is too narrow a view. The voice work for both shows and countless others of that era and the present were Animaze productions - just about any dub work that was (and still is) produced in Los Angeles took from the same pool of voice actors.
  19. Electivirus

    Electivirus Not really, no.

    Learn something new every day.
  20. BCVM22

    BCVM22 Well-Known Member

    Yes. That's how voice acting in North America works, for the most part. There are studios in Los Angeles (Animaze), western Canada (Ocean Group in Vancouver, Blue Water Studios in Calgary), Texas (FUNimation's and formerly ADV's usual stables of actors) and New York (what was TAJ Productions and now just gets called, somewhat erroneously, "the 4Kids actors"). Just about every anime production that records in one of these areas draws their talent from the corresponding studio.

    If you look at the filmographies for big name voice actors like Scott McNeil and Steven Blum and Joshua Seth and Sean Schemmel and Wendee Lee and Richard Cox and Veronica Taylor and any number of others and see what they've worked on and when, you can get a pretty good idea of who lives and works where and for whom.

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