Since Digimon have existed, they've been pooping all over the place. And while this might seem like a funny gag or a simple quirk of virtual pets, it actually says something about Digimon's relationship with us and their pseudo-biology. Hit the jump to find out more!
Under the blazing hot sun of a Tokyo summer, the Digimon franchise celebrated its 25th anniversary with a bunch of events around Tokyo, the real-life metropolis where the series set so many of its animated adventures. One of these was the 25th-anniversary museum, showcasing the entire history series from the little digital pets to its future. Go digital past the jump to check out our report from the museum!
Do you miss catching anime on Saturday mornings? Want to recreate that? Well, I've got the guide for you! From Dragon Ball Z to One Piece and everything in between, this guide will walk through all the must-haves for the perfect Saturday morning anime lineup.
After a long development, Digimon Survive was finally released last month. Taking the franchise into the realm of the visual novel, it provides a unique approach that embodies some of the strengths of the franchise while leaving behind some that have defined the games so far. Hit the jump for the full review!
"Why do all of you get the pizza, while I get the crust?" This piece of Digimon dialogue is one of the most infamous lines in anime dubbing, but if you look closely at it, you can actually find some reasoning for it. Celebrate National Deep Dish Pizza Day with an investigation of Apocalymon's metaphors!
Are you looking for that new anime to watch now that you've had a chance to digest the latest season and movie in the My Hero Academia franchise? We have a few recommendations of places to start. Check them out after the jump.
For over 20 years, Mamoru Hosoda has been a celebrated director of anime films, showing off a mastery of the medium that blends the fantastical with the relatable. Hit the jump for how he got his start with what would become the prequel to the classic Digimon Adventure series!
They say that a criminal always returns to the scene of the crime, but in this story from Adelaide, the alleged perpetrators not only returned once but twice! Posted on the official South Australian police website, five people were arrested for allegedly breaking into a game store and stealing rare Digimon cards along with some board games. Find out what else happened after the jump!