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List of Digimon Adventure ( TV series) episodes

This article is about list of the reboot anime series episodes. For list of the original anime series episodes, see List of Digimon Adventure episodes.

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Digimon Adventure
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Country of originJapan
No. of episodes67
Original networkFuji TV
Original releaseApril 5, &#;()&#;–
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Digimon Adventure: is a Japanese animetelevision series, the eighth incarnation of the Digimon franchise, and a reboot of the original anime television series of the same name. The series is animated by Toei Animation.[1][2]

The anime adaptation of the series began airing on Fuji TV in Japan on April 5, Crunchyroll began streaming the series, starting on April 4.[3] On April 19, Toei Animation announced that new episodes would be delayed due to the COVID pandemic.[4][5] Toei Animation later announced on June 19 that the series would resume broadcasting new episodes starting with Episode 4 on June 28 after episodes were rebroadcast from Episode 1 beginning June 7.[6][7]

The opening theme for the series is "Mikakunin Hikousen," performed by Takayoshi Tanimoto.[8][9]

The first ending theme from episodes is "Kuyashisa wa Tane," performed by Chiai Fujikawa.[10] The second ending theme from episodes is "Q?," performed by Reol.[11] The third ending theme from episodes is "Mind Game," performed by Maica_n.[12] The fourth ending theme from episodes is "Overseas Highway," performed by Wolpis Carter and Orangestar.[13] The fifth and final ending theme from episodes is "Dreamers," performed by ATEEZ.[14][15]

Episode list[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Digimon Adventure Gets New TV Anime Reboot in April Featuring Taichi in 5th Grade". Anime News Network.
  2. ^"Digimon Adventure Reboot Gets New Release Date". March 7,
  3. ^Animation, Toei (). "Get ready for a new adventure! Our new series, "Digimon Adventure:" had joined Crunchyroll's Spring Anime Lineup! Simulcast launches on April 4th! Via @Crunchyroll: https://bit.ly/2R8rq8i #DigimonAdventure #Crunchyroll #Simulcastpic.twitter.com/g4uTNwe1jO". @ToeiAnimation. Retrieved
  4. ^ToeiAnimation (@ToeiAnimation). "To All Our Fans:" April 19, Tweet.
  5. ^"Digimon Adventure:, Healin' Good Precure Delay New Episodes Due to COVID". Anime News Network. April 19, Retrieved April 20,
  6. ^デジモンウェブ公式 (@digimonweb_net). 【お知らせ】6月7日(日)朝9時よりTVアニメ「デジモンアドベンチャー:」を第1話からフジテレビほかにて再放送いたします。※地域により放日・時間が異なります。#デジモン #デジモンアドベンチャー" May 31, , AM. Tweet.
  7. ^"Toei Animation Announces Digimon Adventures: Return to Broadcasting". Twitter. Retrieved June 19,
  8. ^Komatsu, Mikikazu. "Check Out Preview for Digimon Adventure: Theme Song CD by Takayoshi Tanimoto". Crunchyroll. Retrieved
  9. ^Komatsu, Mikikazu. "Takayoshi Tanimoto Belts Out Digimon Adventure: OP Theme Song in Full Music Video". Crunchyroll. Retrieved
  10. ^Komatsu, Mikikazu. "Chiai Fujikawa Delivers Her Powerful Voice in Digimon Adventure: ED Song MV". Crunchyroll (in Spanish). Retrieved
  11. ^"Digimon Adventure Debuts New Ending Theme". Anime. Retrieved
  12. ^Harding, Daryl. "Maica_n Performs New Digimon Adventure: Ending Theme 'Mind Game'". Crunchyroll. Retrieved
  13. ^"Wolpis Carter, Orangestar Perform Digimon Adventure: Anime's New Ending Theme". Anime News Network. Retrieved
  14. ^"Digimon Adventure: Anime Reveals New Ending Theme Song Video for Show's 'Final Stage'". Anime News Network. Retrieved
  15. ^"ATEEZ's new Japanese song 'Dreamers' features in Digimon anime". allkpop. Retrieved
  16. ^"あらすじ | 第1話 |デジモンアドベンチャー: | 東映アニメーション" (in Japanese). Toei Animation. Archived from the original on April 8, Retrieved April 7,
  17. ^Collins, Hannah (13 April ). "Digimon Adventure Fan-Favorite Fusion Makes a Shockingly Early Debut". CBR. Retrieved 16 April
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Welcome, everyone, to my continued weekly review series for the reboot of Digimon Adventure! This week, we’re getting ther eturn of Yamato. So, let’s see how it went.

The Children’s Attack On The Fortress: Recap

The kids were almost to the Cloud Continent when they spotted what appeared to be a lighthouse in the middle of a fortress. As it turned out, this was actually a Solarmon searching for targets, and once the kids were spotted, Gorimon launched an assault. The kids barely made it onto dry land when a mass of Tankmon appeared and started attacking them. A mysterious stranger made the save and took them to cave.

The stranger is soon revealed to be Yamato – and, of course, Gabumon – who are planning to sneak into the fortress to see if it’s linked to the stuff going on in Tokyo. So, Yamato called them dead weight and told Taichi to keep them safe while he and Gabumon do just that. That plan worked as well as you’d think, and they found themselves boxed in. Joe tried to surrender and got attacked as a result, but that spurred Taichi into action.

From there, it was all action. Taichi and Sora went running off, and Mimi and Joe drew the attention of the Tankmon (albeit unintentionally). With the Tankmon distracted though, Yamato and Garurumon advanced again, only to find themselves outgunned by a massive Darktyrannomon. Luckily for him, Sora and Birdramon took over the fight, allowing the boys to dash inside.

There, Taichi and Greymon took out Solarmon, and Garurumon was able to leap up toward Gorimon. Yamato looked back and saw all the battles going on to help him and that caused his Digivice to glow. Garurumon powered up and took out Gorimon. Garurumon’s triumphant howl gave Mimi and Joe a boost, and that caused Palmon and Gomamon to evolve and take out the Tankmon. Meanwhile, Greymon made it back to help Birdramon push Darktyrannomon off a cliff. Seriously, they just kicked him off the top of a cliff.

Back inside the fortress, Yamato sort of apologised for calling them all dead weight, saying, “My bad.” Then, they found a control room and Taichi’s Digivice allowed him to translate the screen. The episode ended with him declaring it to be about the Holy Digimon.

The Children’s Attack On The Fortress: Thoughts

This was a lot of fun. I was really happy to see Yamato return, and for us to finally get a good look at Gabumon. Yamato was playing it cool all episode and was very stand-offish. We did see Gabumon hinting that he just wanted to keep everyone safe though, so it’s clear that he’s an actual good guy. The action was fun again, though the climactic battles were perhaps over a little quickly for my liking.

In terms of humour, the episode did well. I loved the surrender scene as Joe grabbed Mimi’s towel to use as a white flag, and she was very upset that it had been burnt up after the attack. Only for Palmon to deadpan that it was Sora’s towel. That was great.

I kinda expected Koshiro to arrive this week, but he didn’t. When he gave the short update on Tokyo though, we learned that, after less than a day, stores are running out of food. It’s amazing what a bit of panic buying will do, isn’t it?

Overall, I enjoyed this. Digimon Adventure is proving far better than I expected, and I’m really hoping that continues.

But those are just my thoughts. What did you think of these episodes? Let me know in the comments below.

 

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Digimon Adventure ( TV series)

television anime created by Toei Animation

This article is about the reboot anime series. For the original anime series, see Digimon Adventure.

Digimon Adventure: (Japanese: デジモンアドベンチャー:, Hepburn: Dejimon Adobenchā:) is a Japanese anime television series. It is the eighth anime series in the Digimon franchise and a reboot of the original anime television series of the same name. The series premiered on Fuji TV in April

Plot[edit]

See also: List of Digimon Adventure ( TV series) episodes

In the year , a series of cyber-attacks across Tokyo are the result of catastrophic events in another world within the internet, the Digital World, where creatures called Digimon roam. Taichi, a young boy gets transported to the internet and meets Agumon while they are attacked by a swarm of Argomon. They meet up with Yamato and his partner Gabumon and together they defeat the Mega Argomon as Omnimon.

While getting ready for summer camp, Taichi Yagami, Yamato Ishida, Sora Takenouchi, Koushiro Izumi, Mimi Tachikawa and Joe Kido are transported to the Digital World where they acquire Digivices and Digimon partners while learning that they have been chosen to stop the Dark Digimon causing attacks both the Network and the Digital World. They are lured into a fake Tokyo dimension where Eyesmon, another opponent attacks them. Omnimon is able to destroy Nidhoggmon (Eyesmon’s Mega form) before the countdown to annihilate the real Tokyo in the Real World happens.

They are joined by Takeru Takaishi, Yamato's brother on their mission to stop Devimon, an evil Digimon who rules the Cloud Continent. Later, after Devimon’s defeat, on the Eternal Continent, they are joined by Taichi's sister Hikari and her partner Tailmon, who serves as their guide to the Sealed Grounds, where Millenniummon, an ultimate weapon of the Dark Digimon, is to be revived. Unfortunately, Millenniummon’s servants, Vademon and Sakkakumon were able to restore Millenniummon’s body, and was unleashed in an attempt to destroy the entire Digital World, but was defeated by WarGreymon with the hopes of the friendly Digimon the Chosen Children befriended in their adventure.

And finally, after Millenniummon’s defeat, all eight Chosen Children must discover the true power of the Crests in their Digivices to stop Negamon from bringing the Great Catastrophe (and also learn that Omnimon can stop Negamon). Taichi and Agumon encountered the Argomon again, and this time meet a humanoid Argomon sent by Negamon to test Taichi and Agumon’s bond. After reuniting with each other, the Chosen Children face a swarm of Soundbirdmon, who digivolve to their true form, Ghoulmon. After Ghoulmon’s defeat, Negamon was released from its prison and begins the Great Catastrophe. The Chosen Children come face to face with their final enemy after defeating the humanoid Argomon. A brutal battle between Negamon and the Chosen Children begins, and later, Negamon digivolves into Abbadomon and destroys the physical forms of four of the Chosen Children while Taichi, Hikari, Takeru and Yamato continue to fight Abbadomon. The hopes of the humanity restore the four children back into their physical forms and enable Agumon and Gabumon to fuse into Omnimon. Taichi, Yamato and Omnimon enter inside Abbadomon where they confront the core body. After a great battle, Omnimon destroys Abbadomon for good, and peace of both worlds were restored.

In the epilogue, Taichi chooses to remain in the Digital World with Agumon to continue their adventures together while the others return home accompanied by their Digimon partners in secret.

Characters[edit]

Main article: List of Digimon Adventure ( TV series) characters

Production[edit]

Background[edit]

The series was officially announced in the March issue of Shueisha's V Jump magazine on January 20, [11] The project was developed independently and in the same period of time as the theatrical release of Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna, by producer Hiroyuki Sakurada and series director Masato Mitsuka, initially together behind Digimon Xros Wars and Dragon Ball Super. Matsuki Hanae and Naoko Sagawa are also the producers, Atsuhiro Tomioka is supervising the series scripts, Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru returns from Digimon Adventure to design the characters, Akihiro Asanuma is the chief animation director, Ryouka Kinoshita is the art director, Toshiki Amada is in charge of art setting.[12]

The opportunity of a reboot of the original Digimon Adventure series was hoped for since the days of Digimon Adventure tri. by Hiroyuki Sakurada, then producer of Dragon Ball Super. Sakurada expressed that the stopping point of the original Adventure series reached on its twentieth anniversary by Last Evolution Kizuna was "sad", but opportune to be able to propose, produce this reboot and deliver it in its current form, terming it as a proper Digimon entry that wasn't for the "children of the past", but for a new generation of children "And in order to introduce it to them, what better way to do it than to start from the beginning one more time with Digimon Adventure?" while mentioning the difficulties encountered to find the right timing back then, as the production team wanted to broadcast Digimon again on Fuji TV at 9 a.m. on Sunday morning "To secure that timeslot and produce content for it, you need the right timing and right elements for all sorts of things. Without such a close gamble, it’s difficult to produce a TV anime".[13] The nine o'clock slot on Sunday morning is the historical timeslot for the first five Digimon series on Fuji TV, from to

The original Digimon Adventure staff, working on the movie Last Evolution Kizuna, was not consulted for this project. Masato Mitsuka was referred as a director representing the younger generation, "He ensures the future of Toei Animation, as well as the rest of its staff." considered Hiroyuki Sakurada.[13]

Development[edit]

Hiroyuki Sakurada indicated that the highlights of this series would be the battle scenes, the "special trait" of each Digimon and how they would deal with the abilities of the Digimons that will attack them.[14] Atsuhiro Tomioka announced that as many different Digimon as possible will be shown, defining it as a festival "according to the situation, without holding back".[14]

"Our important task is to make sure things come across to the viewer as cool" stated Masato Mitsuka and specified that, although they were very enthusiastic about wanting to show off the pride of a Digimon of the Champion-level, they had trouble thinking about how to portray "cool" action sequences using the physics of the Digimon and especially Greymon, compared to Son Goku and his panoply of attacks in the director's work on Dragon Ball Super&#;; Mitsuka also claimed in August that the Digimon will reach the Mega-levelvery quickly, so in the long run, the time Agumon will actively spend as a Greymon will be gone&#;; calling Omegamon one of the most impressive "symbols" of Digimon to this very day with many derivatives. Its appearance and the when and how in the series were determined even before Mitsuka was brought into the project.[13]

In response to the Japanese media outlet What's In, calling the first three episodes "A start close to be a cinematic project, yet chaotic" by the story developments&#;; Sakurada said that the intention behind it was to display freshness without waiting. For Mitsuka, the overuse of privileged segments in the animation[15] for a TV anime was to show Greymon&#;; and Omegamon looking "cool" from its first fight, in order to leave just as much of a strong impression on those new viewers as on the old ones, a proper action-like depiction of it being uncommon in the previous projects, special circumstances protecting it for very particular moments, this production aimed to depict Omegamon as the miracle that appears after overcoming great difficulties "May each of its appearances in this new TV series be a chance to make it fight powerful enemies, while displaying his strength and a status of crisis saviour".[13] Mitsuka wanted to portray children actively fighting in the fights, a story in which the children participate with a keen awareness of what they have to save. "The children feel an obligation and a determination to "do something" [] The central theme of the series' direction is "a person and a creature" in both battle and adventure. It is the "way of life" that seduces me, my vision of the link between the two".[13]

Producer Sakurada invited children to have the feeling of traveling through this anime "even if they are stuck at home [] From the jungle to the oceans, discover a vast world without constraints"; by experiencing things that had become difficult due to the COVID pandemic, in August [13] Atsuhiro Tomioka has been called to be the main screenwriter of the project, with the request of Toei Animation to take the manga Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01 as a reference. "Of course, [Taichi] still works together with other allies, but we want him to be a heroic figure with a strong sense of responsibility and dependability. It's a willingness with the director and the production team to mix influences".[16]

The show premiered on April 5, on Fuji TV. Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna, "the last adventure of Taichi and Agumon", was still on the big screens and in promotion up to the end of July , due to the shutdowns and postponements caused by the COVID pandemic and the closure of movie theaters.[17] In mid, Toei Animation Europe listed Adventure for 66 episodes.[18] On September 2, , a 67th episode was announced.[4] Two weeks later it was confirmed the series would end with 67 episodes and be succeeded by Digimon Ghost Game.[19]

Marketing[edit]

On March 30, , Toei Animation organized an advertising campaign at Shibuya Stream, a retail complex in Tokyo's Shibuya district and in the Shibuya Station with posters and animations.[20] On March 19, , Toei Animation unveiled a new key visual that hinted at new digivolved forms appearing within the series; with new taglines: "Everything of "Digimon Adventure" is Epic! The story reaches its climax!" and a marketing campaign based on the buzzword "Epic" (アツい) on social media.[21][22][23]

Broadcast and distribution[edit]

On March 6, the first trailer for the series was released, announcing the series' April 5, premiere date. Digimon Adventure: has been broadcast on Fuji Television, and became available for streaming on Netflix, U-NEXT, Bandai Channel, Anime Hodai and Docomo Anime Store in Japan.[24] On April 19 , Toei Animation announced that the fourth scheduled episode and new episodes would be delayed due to the COVID pandemic.[25][26] A delay of about two months occurred until the return of the show; from April 26 to May 31, GeGeGe no Kitarō reruns in Digimon Adventure: timeslot.[26] Episodes were rebroadcast from Episode 1 beginning June 7.[27] Toei Animation later announced on June 19 that the series will resume broadcasting new episodes starting with Episode 4 on June [28]

Crunchyroll began streaming the series starting April 4, [29] The series is distributed simultaneously by Crunchyroll in North America, Central America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe, the MENA and CIS zones, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa[30] with English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Arabic, Italian, German and Russian subtitles. The anime was also simulcast on Hulu ()[31] and VRV[32] in the United States, AnimeLab ()/Funimation ANZ (from episode ) in Australia and New Zealand[24] and iQIYI ()[33] in Southeast Asia[34] with English subtitles and other languages including Chinese, Vietnamese and Thai. In France, the anime is also available on Anime Digital Network and J-One.[35]

On May , iQIYI stopped its simulcast at episode [33]Hulu stopped its simulcast at episode 49, having bought a licence for the first forty nine episodes.[36] Previously released episodes remain available on demand&#;; the licensing agreement won't be renewed for further episodes during the simulcast. On August 11, , AnimeLab and Funimation ANZ announced that they were unable to offer new weekly episodes.[37] Released episodes were no longer available on Funimation ANZ&#;; the licensing agreement won't be renewed during the simulcast.

Toei Animation Europe announced that the show would run for 66 episodes,[18] though on September 2, , the episode count was official changed to 67 episodes on Bandai's calendar.[4] The series ended on September 26, with a total of 67 episodes and was succeeded by Digimon Ghost Game, at the same time on Fuji TV.[19]

Soundtrack[edit]

Composer Toshihiko Sahashi was commissioned to write forty compositions by the director of the series, the idea explored was sounds played by a large orchestra. A first recording was conducted on February 25, [38] Two soundtrack albums were released by Nippon Columbia. The first volume on September 30, [39] featuring 34 tracks and the second volume on August 25, , for 31 tracks.[40]

The opening theme for the series is "Mikakunin Hikousen", performed by Takayoshi Tanimoto.[41][42] Tanimoto also sung three Insert Songs. The first is "Be The Winners", which is the theme song for the Champion level digivolutions,[41][43] the second is "X-treme Fight", which is the theme song for the Ultimate level digivolutions[41] and the third is "Break the Chain", which is the theme song for the Mega level digivolutions.

The first ending theme during episodes is "Kuyashisa wa Tane" by Chiai Fujikawa.[44] The second ending theme during episodes is "Q?" by Reol.[45] The third ending theme during episodes is "Mind Game" by Maica_n.[46] The fourth ending theme during episodes is "Overseas Highway" by Wolpis Carter and Orangestar.[47] The fifth ending theme during episodes is "Dreamers" by the K-popboy bandAteez.[48]

DVD/Blu-Ray[edit]

Digimon Adventure: was distributed in Japan on DVD and Blu-Ray by Happinet: in a first box set on December 2, containing the first 12 episodes.[49] Episodes 13 to 24 were released in a second box set on March 3, [50] Episodes 25 to 36 were released in a third box set on June 2, [51] Episodes 37 to 48 were be released in a fourth box set on September 3, [52] Episodes 49 to 67 will be released in a fifth, and final, box set on February 2, [53]

Reception[edit]

Early responses[edit]

As the series is not only the reboot of the first generation, but also the first Digimon series to be simultaneously distributed around the world, the launch attracted a great amount of media coverage and critical reviews. First impressions of the series' debut episodes were mostly positive-to-mixed with production values being praised;[54][55] although criticized for noticeably recycled plot beats from previous productions and specifically the Digimon movie' Our War Game!, Joshua Graves of Comic Book Resources notes "When you recreate scenes directly -- save for a few minor alterations -- it comes across more as a disservice to fans."[56] Despite this praise, most critics were puzzled by the general approach and shared some concerns about the narrative,[57][58] possibilities of world-building,[59][58] character developments,[57] the way the show can keep the stakes presented meaningful;[57][58] and the series' potential for reaching a new audience due to the pace,[57][59][58] the lack of introductions and exposition[57][59] about the overall concept and the digivolutions as anything other than regarded as a "senseless plot boost" in this early stage;[56][13][58]

Polygon's Karen Han saw this reboot as not being aimed at a new audience, but aimed at mashing its existing fans’ nostalgia buttons in a minimum amount of time.[58] Still, the announcement and debut of the anime was encouraged by the qualities seen in the original series as an adventure developing emotional growth, its characters and their relationships to each other and themes relating to childhood, society and technology.[57][59][60]Digimon Adventure: is considered part of the reboots & revivals craze seen in the West and Japan in the early s.[60][61]

Critical response[edit]

Digimon Adventure: received harsher responses and criticism through its run and, getting panned due to the overall structure, style, prioritization of the story and the lack of motivating ideas of the plot, as well as the absence of character, emotional and interpersonal dynamics developments,[62][63][64] "an absurd character psychology with no sense of wonder nor amazement";[65][66] and an excessive focus on Taichi,[67][63][64] sidelining the other characters in favor of "episode after episode of constant exhaustingly showdowns, fights and unearned power-ups".[62][63][64]Manga-News wrote, "Everything seems then artificial: The human-Digimon relationship exists only to bring some nekketsuesque situations and the new evolutions, only to bring some moneyshots".[66] Christopher Farris of Anime News Network stated that the writing tries to excuse a lack of development by saying the characters always had a defining destined relationship, as an excuse for consistently easy digivolutions, at-will, existing only to show power-ups that "we might recall" for characters that this iteration "counts on us to remember" to have any real interest or investment.[62]

Digimon Adventure: was named one of "The Worst Anime of " by Anime News Network in their year-end selection.[68] Writing for Comic Book Resources, Laura Thornton stated that the show had a fatigued story, tiring not only for its characters but for the audience as well, with the single focus of creating spectacle through life-and-death battles; and wrote about the importance of the light-hearted episodes in the original series, but also with models such as My Hero Academia or Avatar: The Last Airbender; considering that constant spectacle of over-the-top fights "has long grown stale", Thornton also criticized how the series, reintroducing some talking Digimon after thirty episodes, portrayed the monsters essentially as victims who must be protected by Taichi rather than making them proper characters with a culture or unique problem.[64] Hannah Collins opined that this iteration has too often traded the adventure part and strong character work, which traditionally anchored each iteration of Digimon, for spectacle and near-constant separation of the main group.[63]

Polygon felt that Masato Mitsuka's take lacked a sense of character, both in terms of the world it takes place in, and the characters themselves.[58]Manga-News considered it as a lazy and a hardly praiseworthy work for such prolific figures,[66]Anime News Network described the reboot as a failure and a wasted attempt, criticizing the lack of planning of the staff behind it.[68] Observed as an attempt to turn Digimon Adventure into action-packed genres and to expand marketing with ingredients similar and compared to what was done with the Dragon Ball franchise in the s;[67][66] the commercial target was considered ambiguous, for an age group undecided by its marketing, a loss of singularity by picking up current production codes to address the youngest, and elements from the first productions that appear to only serve as "aesthetic figures" defying any coherence and purpose such as the characters from vintage, the Crests, the titles of old episodes, etc. to address its long-time fans; Manga-News then questioned the legitimacy of such regarding the intentions of Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna.[66]Digimon Adventure: was regarded as predicated on a nostalgia simplified to "mere style references", power-ups and a feeling of false-familiarity.[62][67][58]

As the forty-episode mark was reached; what were considered to be the first demonstrations of development and interaction would be observed in the first filler episodes of the series;[63] these episodes also received a more favorable critical reception for their more episodic, calm and humorous tone.[69][70]

Public response[edit]

Responses from fans and spectators would be observed by various media and the international broadcaster as very mixed through its run. Comic Book Resources observed that the first three episodes divided fans about the direction the reboot was heading in,[56] Daniel Dockery, senior writer for Crunchyroll expressed his understanding of viewers' disappointment due to, among other things, the excessive focus on Taichi and said that the series doubled down on the aspects that the creators found to be the most appealing "Namely the idea of Taichi as a hero and the Digimon as combatants. I understand it if isn't everyone's cup of tea".[71]

Manga-News perceived that newcomers of all ages had turned away from the series due to a lack of introduction and a narrative that discouraged even regulars, and felt that the anime took "its youngest viewers for idiots".[66] Promotional images of episode 38 "The Blazing Blue Friendship", depicting crucifixions; went viral; spreading via memes from fans and nostalgics.[72]

Although the producer's ambition was to bring the franchise back "for a new generation of children";[13] Toei Animation declared that the series "struggled to acquire new audiences of children" in May The official reason given was the COVID pandemic.[73]

TV ratings[edit]

Six episodes can be seen in the TV Rankings of Japanese Animation: Episode 6 "The Targeted Kingdom", on July 12, (for % rating),[74] episode 11 "The Wolf Standing Atop the Desert", on August 16, (for % rating),[75] episode 40 "Strike! The Killer Shot", on March 21, (for % rating),[76], episode 58 "Hikari New Life", on July 25, (for % rating),[77], episode 59 "Bolt, HerakleKabuterimon", on August 1, (for % rating),[78] and episode 60 "Vikemon Ventures the Glaciers", on August 8, (for % rating).[79] Due to the spread of COVID, from April 26 to May 31, , it was Kitarō () that was temporarily rerun in the slot of Digimon,[80] the repeats of the first episodes of Adventure: and its pilot aired from June 7, with unranked ratings.[81][82]

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