List of Digimon films

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List of Digimon films
1999 Digimon Adventure
2000 Our War Game!
Hurricane Touchdown!! / The Golden Digimentals
Digimon Grand Prix!
Digimon: The Movie
2001Revenge of Diaboromon
Battle of Adventurers
2002 Runaway Locomon
Island of Lost Digimon
2003
2004
2005Digital Monster X-Evolution
2006The Digital World in Imminent Danger!
Ultimate Power! Activate Burst Mode!!
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015 Tri. 1: Reunion
2016 Tri. 2: Determination
Tri. 3: Confession
2017 Tri. 4: Loss
Tri. 5: Coexistence
2018 Tri. 6: Future
2019
2020 Last Evolution Kizuna

Several films have been released in the Digimon franchise. Of those films, two short films animated completely in CGI have never been screened outside Japan, while Digital Monster X-Evolution, which was not related to any of the Digimon television series, was first broadcast on television. The other films are primarily hand-drawn and related to the television series. The first three films were localized into English and compiled into a single film, Digimon: The Movie . Subsequent films up to Digimon Frontier: Island of Lost Digimon were also released in English as well. The Digimon Adventure tri. film series, whose films are streamed worldwide with English subtitles on the same day as they were released in Japanese theaters, were also later released in dubbed versions outside Japan.

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Digimon Adventure films

Digimon Adventure

Digimon Adventure is the first Digimon Adventure film. It was released in Japan on March 6, 1999. [1] It was released in the United States on October 6, 2000, as the first part of Digimon: The Movie .

Our War Game!

Digimon Adventure: Our War Game! [2] is the second Digimon film. It was released in Japan on March 4, 2000. [3] It was released in the United States on October 6, 2000, as the second part of Digimon: The Movie .

Digimon Hurricane Touchdown / Transcendent Evolution! The Golden Digimentals

Digimon Adventure 02: Part 1: Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!! / Part 2: Transcendent Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals
Japanese デジモンアドベンチャー02: デジモンハリケーン上陸 / 超絶進化!! 黄金のデジメンタル
Hepburn DeDejimon Adobenchā Zero Tsū: Dejimon Harikēn Jouriku!! / Chouzetsu Shinka!! Ougon no Digimentaru
Directed byShigeyasu Yamauchi
Written by Reiko Yoshida
Produced by
  • Makoto Toriyama
  • Makoto Yamashina
  • Hiromi Seki
Music byTakanori Arisawa
Release date
July 8, 2000 (2000-07-08)
Running time
65 minutes
Box office$18.8 million

Digimon Adventure 02: Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!! / Transcendent Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals is a 2000 film and the third Digimon movie, released for the Toei Animation Summer 2000 Animation Fair. It was released in Japan on July 8, 2000. [4] The film was screened in two parts, with Ojamajo Doremi #: The Movie screening in between. The film's ending theme song is "Stand By Me ~Hitonatsu no Bōken~" (スタンド・バイ・ミー~ひと夏の冒険~, Sutando Bai Mī ~Hitonatsu no Bōken~) by AiM. [5] It was released in the United States on October 6, 2000, as the third part of Digimon: The Movie .

While T.K. and Kari visit Mimi in New York City, Wendigomon captures Tai, Matt, Sora, Izzy, Mimi, and Joe. The two enlist Davis, Yolei, Cody, and their Digimon to come to the United States to fight him. On the way, Davis and the others meet Willis, an American DigiDestined partnered with Terriermon. Willis reveals that he had two Digimon partners, the other being Kokomon, who had been corrupted by a virus. During battle, T.K. and Kari's Digimon, Seraphimon and Magnadramon, unlock two golden Digi-eggs for Davis and Willis to use, which Golden Armor Digivolves their partners into Magnamon and Rapidmon. The two defeat Wendigomon, allowing the older DigiDestined to return, and Davis' group returns to Japan. On the way home, Willis finds Kokomon's Digi-egg on the beach.

In the Japanese version of the films, Willis only appeared in Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!!/Supreme Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals (the basis for the segment "Present Day") and had no connection to the events depicted Digimon Adventure ("Eight Years Ago") and Our War Game! ("Four Years Later"). The English version rewrote Willis' backstory to include his involvement with Diaboromon to connect the movies together. [6]

Digimon Adventure 3D: Digimon Grand Prix!

Digimon Grandprix!
Japanese デジモンアドベンチャー3D デジモングランプリ!
Hepburn Dejimon Adobenchā Gurandopuri!
Directed by Mamoru Hosoda
Written byAtsushi Maekawa
Music byTakanori Arisawa
Release date
July 20, 2000 (2000-07-20)
Running time
7 minutes

Digimon Adventure 3D: Digimon Grand Prix! (デジモンアドベンチャー3D デジモングランプリ!, Dejimon Adobenchā Gurandopuri!) is a 7-minute CG film produced by Toei Animation that was originally screened at the Time Machine of Dreams theme park attraction at Sanrio Puroland from July 20, 2000 to June 23, 2002, and Harmonyland. It made its theatrical debut on October 3, 2009, alongside Digimon Savers 3D: The Digital World in Imminent Danger!, GeGeGe no Kitaro: Kitaro's Ghost Train and Yaemon, The Locomotive as part of the Burst Out! 3D Toei Anime Festival. [7] It was released on DVD along with the other three films on February 21, 2010, under the name "CG Toei Anime Festival" and was later included on a bonus disc in the Digimon THE MOVIES Blu-ray 1999–2006 compilation, released on January 9, 2015.

Digimon: The Movie

Digimon: The Movie
Directed by Mamoru Hosoda
Shigeyasu Yamauchi
Written by Bob Buchholz
Jeff Nimoy
Produced byTerri-Lei O'Malley
CinematographyShigeru Ando
Edited by Gary Friedman
Douglas Purgason
Music byUdi Harpaz
Amotz Plessner
Release date
October 6, 2000 (2000-10-06)
Running time
88 minutes
Budget$5 million
Box office$16.6 million

Digimon: The Movie is a compilation film with footage from the featurettes Digimon Adventure (1999), Digimon Adventure: Our War Game! (2000), and Digimon Adventure 02: Part 1: Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!!/Part 2: Supreme Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals (2000). It was released in the U.S. and Canada by Fox Kids on October 6, 2000.

Revenge of Diaboromon

Digimon Adventure 02: Revenge of Diaboromon
Directed byTakahiro Imamura
Jeff Nimoy (English version)
Written by Reiko Yoshida
Produced byHideki Yamashita
Makoto Shibazaki
Masaki Miyauchi
Tan Takaiwa
Tsutomu Tomari
Hiroyuki Sakurada
Music byTakanori Arisawa
Release dates
March 3, 2001 (2001-03-03) (Japan)
August 5, 2005 (2005-08-05) (US)
Running time
29 minutes
Box office3,000,000,000 yen ($37.6 million)

Digimon Adventure 02: Revenge of Diaboromon (デジモンアドベンチャー02: ディアボロモンの逆襲, Dejimon Adobenchā Zero Tsū: Diaboromon no Gyakushū) is the fourth Digimon film. It was released in Japan on March 3, 2001, [8] later released in the United States on August 5, 2005. Along with One Piece: Clockwork Island Adventure , the fourth Digimon film was shown as a double feature, which was called the Tōei Spring Anime Fair 2001. In total, they earned 3,000,000,000 Japanese yen.

Taking place three months after Digimon Adventure 02, the DigiDestined discover the return of Diaboromon. Tai, Matt, T.K. and Kari head to the Internet, where Diaboromon lures them into a trap. A swarm of Kuramon (Diaboromon's fresh form) appear and invade the Real World. Kuramon merges with Diaboromon to create a Super Ultimate level called Armageddemon. Though Omnimon and Imperialdramon fail to stop it, he gives his energy to Imperialdramon Fighter Mode, powering him up to Paladin Mode. Using his Omni Sword attack, Imperialdramon defeats Armageddemon, splitting him back up into Kuramon. With the power of the Digivices and cell phones, the Omni Sword is powered up, sending Kuramon back into the computer.

Digimon Adventure tri. series

Digimon Adventure tri. is a six-part film series, taking place three years after the events of Digimon Adventure 02. When mysterious occurrences cause infected Digimon to appear in the real world, the original DigiDestined members face the changes that are happening in their own lives. Reunion was released in Japan on November 21, 2015, with an English dub version to be released in September 2016, Determination was released in Japan on March 12, 2016, and Confession released on September 24, 2016. Loss was released on February 25, 2017, Coexistence was released on September 30, 2017, and Future was released on May 5, 2018. [9]

Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna

Logo of Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna Digimon film logo.svg
Logo of Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna

Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna is a film to directed by Tomohisa Taguchi, written by Akatsuki Yamatoya, and animated by Yumeta Company. Toei Animation is produced the movie. It marked the 20th anniversary of the debut of Digimon Adventure and was released in Japan on February 21, 2020. [10]

Digimon Tamers films

Battle of Adventurers

Digimon Tamers: Battle of Adventurers is the fifth Digimon film. It was released in Japan on July 14, 2001. [11] It was released in the United States on September 16, 2005.

Runaway Locomon

Digimon Tamers: Runaway Locomon originally released in Japan as Digimon Tamers: Runaway Digimon Express, is the sixth Digimon film. [12] It was released in Japan on March 2, 2002. It was released in the United States on October 2, 2005.

Chiaki Konaka states in his character notes (for Rika) that he "was not consulted" on Runaway Locomon, which possibly explains certain continuity errors. On this he also says: "However, ...Mr. Tetsuharu Nakamura [the director], [who was] an assistant director of the TV series... [and] Mr. Hiro Masaki,... a regular writer for the series... paid a great deal of attention to the psychological aspects of the series when completing the movie... I am very grateful to them for boldly illustrating the parts of Rika's family life that the TV series never explored."[ citation needed ]

Digimon Frontier films

Digimon Frontier: Island of Lost Digimon

Digimon Frontier: Island of Lost Digimon originally released in Japan as Digimon Frontier: Ancient Digimon Revival (デジモンフロンティア: 古代デジモン復活!!, Dejimon Furontia: Kodai Dejimon Fukkatsu!!) is the seventh Digimon film. [13] It was released in Japan on July 20, 2002. It was released in the United States on November 27, 2005.

Digimon Data Squad films

The Digital World in Imminent Danger!

Digimon Savers 3D: The Digital World in Imminent Danger!
Japanese デジモンセイバーズ3D デジタルワールド 危機イッパツ !
Hepburn Dejimon Saibāzu 3D: Dejitaru Wārudo Kiki Ippatsu!
Directed byNakamura Tetsuharu
Music byTakanori Arisawa
Release date
July 8, 2006 (2006-07-08)
Running time
7 minutes

Digimon Savers 3D: The Digital World in Imminent Danger! (デジモンセイバーズ3D デジタルワールド 危機イッパツ !, Dejimon Saibāzu 3D: Dejitaru Wārudo Kiki Ippatsu!) is a 7-minute CG film produced by Toei Animation that was originally screened at the Time Machine of Dreams theme park attraction at Sanrio Puroland from July 8, 2006 to July 2, 2008, and Harmonyland. It made its theatrical debut on October 3, 2009, alongside Digimon Adventure 3D: Digimon Grandprix!, GeGeGe no Kitaro: Kitaro's Ghost Train and Yaemon, The Locomotive as part of the Burst Out! 3D Toei Anime Festival. [14] It was released on DVD along with the other three films on February 21, 2010, under the name "CG Toei Anime Festival" and was later included on a bonus disc in the Digimon THE MOVIES Blu-ray 1999–2006 compilation, released on January 9, 2015.

Ultimate Power! Activate Burst Mode!!

Digimon Savers: Ultimate Power! Burst Mode Activated!!
Japanese デジモンセイバーズ: 究極パワー! バーストモード発動!!
Hepburn Dejimon Seibāzu: Kyūkyoku Pawā! Bāsuto Mōdo Hatsudō!!
Directed by Tatsuya Nagamine
Written by Ryota Yamaguchi
Music by Keiichi Oku
Release date
December 9, 2006 (2006-12-09)
Running time
21 minutes
Box office$850,000

Digimon Savers: Ultimate Power! Burst Mode Activated!! (デジモンセイバーズ: 究極パワー! バーストモード発動!!, Dejimon Seibāzu: Kyūkyoku Pawā! Bāsuto Mōdo Hatsudō!!) is the ninth Digimon film. It was released on December 9, 2006, by Toei Animation based on the series Digimon Data Squad . [15]

The plot revolves around Agumon, Gaomon and Lalamon, whose partners are put into an eternal sleep, along with the rest of the humans, because of a mysterious thorn that spread throughout the city. After saving Rhythm, a Digimon in the form of a young girl, they learn from her that the thorns are the work of an Ultimate Digimon, named Argomon, and the four set out for his castle to confront him.

Other films

Digital Monster X-Evolution

Digital Monster X-Evolution
Directed by Hiroyuki Kakudou [16]
Written by Kazunori Itō
Miwa Kawasaki
Produced byAtsutoshi Umezawa
Starring Minami Takayama
Chika Sakamoto
Hideyuki Tanaka
Masako Nozawa
Mayumi Yamaguchi
Junko Noda
Edited byShigeru Nishiyama
Music byTakehiko Gokita
Production
companies
Toei Animation
Imagi Animation Studios
Release date
January 3, 2005 (2005-01-03)
Running time
77 minutes
CountriesJapan
Hong Kong
LanguageJapanese
Budget$2.5 million

Digital Monster X-Evolution (デジタルモンスター ゼヴォリューション, Dejitaru Monsutā Zevoryūshon) is the eighth Digimon film, and the first to air originally on Japanese television. It aired on January 3, 2005, at 7:15 am. UTC+9/JST on the Fuji TV network. [17] On August 1, 2020, as part of DigiFes 2020, Toei Animation streamed Digital Monster X-Evolution on their YouTube channel, though it lacked subtitles.

It was based on the Digimon Chronicle merchandise line.

Digital Monster X-Evolution is also the first and, so far, only Digimon movie to be done entirely in CG (CG animation [18] by Imagi Animation Studios), as well as the only Digimon movie not related to one of the Digimon anime series.

In the Digital World, the overpopulation of Digimon forces the world's creator, the supercomputer Yggdrasil to launch the X-Program which exterminates ninety-eight percent of all Digimon. Creating a smaller, new Digital World via Project Ark, Yggdrasil learns a small group of Digimon have gained a vaccine called the X-Antibody, that makes them immune to the X-Program, and upgrades them with new abilities and appearances. Yggdrasil dispatches its guards, the Royal Knights, to exterminate the X-Digimon. The Royal Knights consists of the merciless, loyal Omnimon, his best friend Gallantmon who questions Yggdrasil's motives, and the quiet Magnamon.

Dorumon, a dragon-like Digimon and X-Antibody carrier, does not understand the prejudice from other Digimon. He is targeted by a Leomon for his X-Antibody, but Leomon is struck by lightning and dies, asking Dorumon to live for him. Omnimon is summoned to a meeting between regular Digimon and X-Digimon, but he exterminates all of them save WarGreymon X and a Tokomon. The two crashland near a temple where Dorumon lives, WarGreymon X leaving Tokomon in Dorumon's care whilst he lures Omnimon away. Dorumon witnesses Omnimon exterminate a herd of Digimon who oppose Yggdrasil's will before being targeted himself. WarGreymon X and MetalGarurumon X arrive, but the latter is killed, though not before giving his X-Antibody to a wounded Tokomon.

Dorumon digivolves into his Champion-level Dorugamon, but Gallantmon arrives, revealing to Omnimon that Project Ark's second phase involves wiping out all Digimon, something which he refuses to participate in. Omnimon and Gallantmon duel, but Gallantmon allows himself to be killed so he can discern the truth, leaving Omnimon confused. Magnamon capture Dorugamon on Yggdrasil's command, revealing Dorumon is an experiment. Data is extracted from Dorugamon, used to create an army of DexDoruGreymon while Dorugamon is dumped in a wrecking yard where he is found by resistance members Mummymon and Wizardmon. Yggdrasil's horde attacks the group's base, but WarGreymon X and a revived MetalGarurumon X help protect it. Dorugamon awakens, digivolving into DoruGreymon, resembling the attacking horde. Gallantmon returns as an X-Digimon, opening a portal for DoruGreymon to confront Yggdrasil.

DoruGreymon confronts Magnamon and a disillusioned Omnimon. DoruGreymon digivolves into his Mega-level Alphamon, a legendary missing Royal Knight. Alphamon and Omnimon join forces to face Yggdrasil, but the loyal Magnamon warns his master of their arrival. In Yggdrasil's core, the Knights get nowhere with answers, and have to battle Alphamon's counterpart Dexmon. Alphamon impales himself and Dexmon using his own sword, and gives his X-Antibody to Omnimon, who successfully slays Yggdrasil. In the rebooted Digital World, Omnimon and Gallantmon muse over Yggdrasil's choices, concluding it merely wanted to live in the Digital World but it was too complex for it. Alphamon survives as Dorumon, reuniting with Tokomon.

Related Research Articles

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Agumon</span> Fictional character in Digimon franchise

Agumon (アグモン) is a fictional character from the Japanese multimedia franchise Digimon. He is a reptile-like Digimon who has appeared in various parts of the Digimon franchise including anime, manga, toys, video games, trading card games, and other media.

<i>Digimon Adventure</i>

Digimon Adventure, known as Digimon: Digital Monsters in English-speaking territories, is a 1999 Japanese anime television series produced by Toei Animation in cooperation with WiZ, Bandai and Fuji Television. It is the first anime series in the Digimon media franchise, based on the Digital Monster virtual pet released in 1997.

<i>Digimon Adventure 02</i> Japanese anime television series

Digimon Adventure 02 is a Japanese anime television series produced by Toei Animation. It is the sequel to Digimon Adventure, and the second anime series in the Digimon franchise. The series aired in Japan from April 2000 to March 2001. It was originally licensed in North America by Saban Entertainment and aired in the US from August 2000 to May 2001 as the second season of Digimon: Digital Monsters in English-speaking territories.

<i>Digimon World 3</i> 2002 video game

Digimon World 3, also known as Digimon World 2003 in Europe and Australia, is a role-playing video game for the PlayStation developed by BEC and Boom Corp, and published by Bandai. It is the third installment in the Digimon World series and it was first released in June 2002 in North America and then in July 2002 in Japan and November 2002 in Europe. The game tells the story of Junior, who begins playing an MMORPG called "Digimon Online" with his friends, but when terrorists attack, Junior and the other players are trapped within the game and must find a way out using his Digimon partners.

<i>Digimon Frontier</i> 2002 Japanese television series

Digimon Frontier, is the fourth anime television series in the Digimon franchise, produced by Toei Animation. Unlike the previous series, the main characters can merge with ancient spirits known as "Legendary Warriors" to become Digimon themselves.

<i>Digimon Rumble Arena 2</i> 2004 video game

Digimon Rumble Arena 2, known as Digimon Battle Chronicle in Japan, is a 2004 Digimon fighting video game, released by Bandai for the PlayStation 2, GameCube, and the Xbox. It is the sequel to 2001's Digimon Rumble Arena and has a similar style of gameplay as Super Smash Bros. Melee, except with a health meter. Digimon All-Star Rumble, a spiritual successor to the Rumble Arena games, was later released in 2014.

<i>Digimon Tamers: Battle Spirit Ver. 1.5</i> 2002 video game

Digimon Tamers: Battle Spirit Ver. 1.5 is a fighting game developed and published by Bandai and released exclusively in Japan for the WonderSwan Color handheld console. It is an expansion to Digimon Tamers: Battle Spirit and contains many new features and characters. Unlike its predecessor or sequel, Digimon Battle Spirit 2, this game did not receive a Game Boy Advance port.

<i>Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01</i>

Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01 is a Japanese manga series based on the Digimon franchise. It was serialized in Shueisha's V Jump magazine from November 21, 1998, to August 21, 2003, running for fifty-eight chapters. This manga introduces the character of Taichi - although he is not the same Taichi that features in the Digimon Adventure TV series, both are quite similar in personality and nearly identical in appearance; V-Tamer takes place in an alternate universe.

<i>Digimon Next</i>

Digimon Next is a Japanese manga series written by Tatsuya Hamazaki and illustrated by Takeshi Okano. It is the second Digimon manga and was serialized in Shueisha's V Jump magazine from 2006 to 2008. The main character is Tsurugi Tatsuno and is partnered with a Greymon. Tsurugi makes contact with the Digital World through his Digimon Mini virtual pet device and a "Battle Terminal", a virtual reality interface. Digimon can use the technology to materialize in the human world as well.

<i>Digimon D-Cyber</i>

D-Cyber / Digimon D-Cyber is a Chinese Digimon manhua, which was released by Rightman Publishing Ltd. in Hong Kong, China on February 17, 2005. It is based on the adventures of Lóng Zhìguāng, Fāng Shēngjiàn, Luò Huī, and a young girl named Āměi. It introduces the concept of X-antibody Digimon, but their origin is different from that in the Japanese Digimon Chronicle.

<i>Digimon: The Movie</i> 2000 film

Digimon: The Movie is a 2000 American-Japanese animated film adaptation, produced by Saban Entertainment and distributed by 20th Century Fox as part of the Digimon franchise. The film used footage from the short films Digimon Adventure (1999), Digimon Adventure: Our War Game! (2000), and Digimon Adventure 02: Digimon Hurricane Landing!! / Transcendent Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals (2000).

<i>Digimon Adventure: Our War Game!</i> 2000 anime film

Digimon Adventure: Our War Game!, also known as Digimon Adventure: Children's War Game! is a 2000 Japanese anime short film directed by Mamoru Hosoda and produced by Toei Animation. A part of the Digimon media franchise, Our War Game is a sequel to the 1999 anime television series Digimon Adventure, and is the second Digimon film overall. The film premiered in Japan on March 4, 2000 as part of the Toei Anime Fair ; in North America, portions of Our War Game were included in the 2000 film Digimon: The Movie. Hosoda has cited Our War Game! as a major influence on his 2009 film Summer Wars, with critics noting numerous similarities between the films.

Digimon Frontier: Island of Lost Digimon is a 2002 Japanese animated adventure short film based on the Digimon franchise co-created by Akiyoshi Hongo, Bandai and Toei Animation, and its fourth series, Digimon Frontier. The short film is directed by Takahiro Imamura, written by Sukehiro Tomita, and produced by Toei Animation. The short film was released in Japan on June 20, 2002, as part of Toei Animation Summer 2002 Animation Fair, featuring alongside with Kinnikuman: Muscle Ginseng Competition! The Great Chōjin War and Fierce Fight! Crush Gear Turbo: Kaiserburn's Challenge! films.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Tai Kamiya</span> Fictional character in the Digimon franchise

Taichi "Tai" Kamiya, known as Taichi Yagami in Japan, is a fictional character in the multimedia franchise Digimon. He first appeared in the Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01 manga, where he is sent to the Digital World to meet his Digimon companion Zeromaru, in order to save it from multiple enemies. An alternate version of Tai appears in Toei Company's 1999 series as the main protagonist of Digimon Adventure, a supporting character in Digimon Adventure 02 and once again as the protagonist of the films Digimon Adventure tri. and Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna. In this timeline, Tai is the leader of the first season DigiDestined. He is adventurous and a born leader, and is usually the first to spring into action. He is partnered with the dinosaur-like Agumon in the Digimon Adventure anime series.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Matt Ishida</span> Character in Digimon

Yamato "Matt" Ishida, known as Yamato Ishida in Japan, is a fictional character from the Digimon multimedia franchise, appearing in Digimon Adventure, Digimon Adventure 02, Digimon Adventure tri., and Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna. First appearing in the 1999 film Digimon Adventure, Matt is one of the DigiDestined, a group of children chosen to save the Digital World, and is partnered with Gabumon.

<i>Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna</i> 2020 Japanese film

Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution – Kizuna is a 2020 Japanese anime adventure film produced by Toei Animation and animated by Yumeta Company. The film was released in Japanese theaters on February 21, 2020. Set in the same continuity of the first two Digimon television anime series, the film serves as the series finale of the original Digimon Adventure story.

<i>Digimon Adventure</i> (2020 TV series) 2020 television anime created by Toei Animation

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