Digimon, (refered as Digital Monsters) is an anime series that established in 1998. So far the series had already reached its 6th season.
Digimon Adventure (Season 1)Edit
Digimon Adventure (デジモンアドベンチャー Dejimon Adobenchā?), known in North America as the first season of Digimon: Digital Monsters, is a Japanese anime television series created by Akiyoshi Hongo and produced by Toei Animation in cooperation with WiZ, Bandai and Fuji Television. It is the first anime installment in the Digimon media franchise, based on the virtual pet of the same name.
As they travel through the Digital World's File Island, wanting to find a way home, the children then learn that they are, what the Digital World calls them, the DigiDestined, or chosen children who are compatible with Digimon. They were brought to the Digital World to help combat the evil Devimon, who wishes to take over the island. The children overcome his many obstacles, and with their Digimon partners they manage to defeat him. However; they learn that he is only the first of several threats to the Digital World. A mysterious Gennai contacts the children and informs them that they should travel to the Server continent in order to retrieve the artifacts known as Crests, which will further empower their Digimon partners, from the evil Etemon and his minions.
- Taichi Yagami/Tai Kamiya
- Yamato "Matt" Ishida
- Sora Takenouchi
- Koshiro "Izzy" Izumi
- Mimi Tachikawa
- Jyou "Joe" Kido
- Takeru "TK" Takaishi (8 year old)
- Hikari Yagami / Kari Kamiya (8 year old)
Digimon Adventure 02 (Season 2)Edit
Digimon Adventure 02 (デジモンアドベンチャー02 Dejimon Adobenchā Zero Tsū?), commonly referred to as Digimon 02 and known as the second season of Digimon: Digital Monsters outside Japan, is a children's television anime series produced by Toei Animation. It is the second series in the Digimon franchise, which takes place three years (four years in the English dub) following the events of the previous season, Digimon Adventure.
Taking place 3 years (4 years in the dub) after Digimon Adventure, the Digital World comes under attack from a mysterious human calling himself the Digimon Emperor who is enslaving Digimon with his Dark Rings while building Control Spires that negate Digivolution and act as relays to transmit power to the Dark Rings. To fight him three new Digi-destined are gathered: Davis, Yolei and Cody. They each gain an ancient Digimon for a partner: Veemon, Hawkmon and Armadillomon. The three, along with the now teenage T.K and Kari, each possess a new type of Digivice called a D3 that allows them to open a gate to be transported to the Digital World through any computer. They are also given D-Terminals that hold Crest-themed Digi-Egg-like relics (DigiMentals in Japanese) that allow their Digimon partners to undergo a pseudo-form of Digivolution, Armor Digivolution, to counter the presence of Control Spires. The Digimon Emperor is eventually revealed to be the boy genius Ken Ichijouji, who flees to the Digital World before the Digidestined can confront him at his home. Assisted by Ken's partner Wormmon, who sacrifices himself for his partner's good, the Digidestined defeat Ken and have him realize his error in believing that the Digital World and Digimon were just part of a game.
- Daisuke "Davis" Motomiya
- Miyako "Yolei" Inoue
- Iori "Cody" Hida
- Takeru "TK" Takaishi (12 year old)
- Hikari Yagami / Kari Kamiya (12 year old)
- Ken Ichijoji
Digimon Tamers (Season 3)Edit
Digimon Tamers (デジモンテイマーズ Dejimon Teimāzu?), known outside Japan as season three of Digimon: Digital Monsters, is the third television anime series produced by Toei Animation based on the Japanese Digimon franchise. Unlike the previous seasons, Digimon Adventure and Digimon Adventure 02, Tamers takes place in a different universe, where the first two seasons are a video game. The show mostly takes place in the real world and revolves heavily around the collectible card game based on the series.
This series is also known for its darker undertones and story plots, taking darker routes than in previous series. The anime has become controversial over the decade, with debates about how appropriate this show actually is for its "target" audience, especially due to the Lovecraftian nature of the last arc. The English dub is more lighthearted dialogue-wise, though still not as much as previous series.
- Takato Matsuda / Matsuki
- Jianliang Lee / Henry Wong
- Ruki Makino / Rika Nonaka
- Ryo Akiyama
- Juri "Jeri" Katou
- Hirokazu "Kazu" Shioda
- Kenta Kitagawa
- Xiaochun Li / Suzie Wong
Digimon Frontier (Season 4)Edit
Digimon Frontier (デジモンフロンティア Dejimon Furontia?), known outside Japan as the fourth season of Digimon: Digital Monsters, is the fourth television anime series produced by Toei Animation based on the Digimon franchise. Unlike the first three seasons of the series, the main characters, the Digidestined, don't train Digimon to fight for them but instead merge with ancient spirits (known as 'Legendary Warriors') to become Digimon themselves.
Digimon Savers (Season 5)Edit
Digimon Data Squad, known in Japan as Digimon Savers (デジモンセイバーズ Dejimon Seibāzu?), is a Japanese anime television series produced by Toei Animation, serving as the fifth series in the Digimon franchise, the first to be produced in four years following 2002's Digimon Frontier.
Digimon Fusion (Season 6)Edit
Digimon Fusion, known in Japan as Digimon Xros Wars (デジモンクロスウォーズ Dejimon Kurosu Wōzu?, pronounced "Cross Wars"), is the sixth anime children television series in the Digimon franchise by Akiyoshi Hongō. It is produced by Toei Animation. It follows a boy named Taiki Kudō (Mikey Kudo in the English dub) who utilizes the power of joining together Digimon in order to save the Digital World.