It's been 20 years since the Digimon Tamers crew went digital for the first time, premiering in Japan in April 2001, so to celebrate, the annual Digimon Festival, DigiFes, will be looking back at the series with the cast. A new visual has been released featuring the Digimon Tamers characters wearing marine-based costumes, which can be boarded past the jump!
Digimon Tamers leaves behind the storyline found in Adventure to dissect exactly what it means to form a bond with a "digital monster." What lessons does it give us? Hit the jump to see why Tamers is so frequently called the "best" Digimon series!
A complex writer famous for his eccentricities, Chiaki J. Konaka is a household name among those who deeply love the bizarre. But how do his most influential works of the early 2000's fare today — and do they still have anything groundbreaking to say about contemporary horror? Hit the jump to go down the rabbit hole.
Lovecraft wrote “That is not dead which can eternal lie. And with strange aeons even death may die,” but one thing that seems to have everlasting life is the popularity of the Cthulhu Mythos in Japan. But where did this come from, and what ways has it influenced many other media works? If you can brave the madness, we’ll tell you the surprising history after the jump!
What's the best episode of Digimon Tamers? Fans in Japan voted for their favorite, and the winner will be rebroadcast next month! Find out more about it, and the upcoming BD box release, after the jump.
The official Twitter for Digimon Tamers, the third installment of Toei Animation's Digimon/Digital Monsters TV anime series, has confirmed that the upcoming Blu-ray box will come with a newly-recorded special drama CD produced by the anime's original production staff members, including director Yukio Kaizawa and series composition writer Chiaki J. Konaka. Hit the jump for more details.
In conjunction with Toei Entertainment, Crunchyroll is launching three new anime series, available in the US and Canada starting today. The anime in question are Digimon Tamers, Interlude and Gaiking: Legend of Daiku-Maryu.