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  1. MarcFBR

    20th Anniversary of Digimon Adventure 02: Hurricane Touchdown & 14th Anniversary of Digimon Savers 3D: The Digital World in Imminent Danger!

    It's July 8th in Japan, which is the release date of Digimon Adventure 02: Hurricane Touchdown/Transcendent Evolution! The Golden Digimentals The movie premiered as part of the 2000 Summer Toei Anime Fair. The film was used as the last of 3 parts for the American composite Digimon the Movie...
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    Digimon the Movie Promotional Slides! Scans of Posters and a Still!

    A fun little 'not quite a breakdown'. With it being the 19th anniversary of Digimon the Movie it seemed like a good time to jump in with some scans of something a bit special. We have a small handful of promotional slides for Digimon the Movie. These film slides have imagery from the movie...
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    It's the 19th Anniversary of Digimon the Movie!

    Anniversary time! It's the 19th anniversary of the theatrical release of Digimon the Movie! It came out October 6th, 2000. The film was a combination of both Adventure films, and the first Zero-Two film, with a bit of story...
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    Digimon the Movie DVD- Breakdown, Scans, Screencaps! Digimon Day Special!

    It's an adventure to big for television! Something SPECIAL for Odaiba Memoria/Digimon Day! It's time for a breakdown and scans of something that goes back a number of years... the original DVD release of Digimon the Movie! I won't be reviewing the film itself that much, as everyone has...
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    tri. Parts 1, 2, and 3 on Hoopla in English

    Another way to watch Digimon Adventure tri.! The digital library service hoopla has added Digimon Adventure tri. Parts 1, 2 and 3 to their service dubbed in English Parts 1 and 2 may have been there previously, we aren't sure, but 3 is definitely new since it only came out a week ago...
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    Short Audio Interview With Neil Kaplan

    Den of Geek has put up a short interview with Neil Kaplan. It's a short, but interesting and entertaining interview. Neil Kaplan is best known to Digimon fans as Hawkmon and his various evolutions (among quite a few other roles he played in Digimon), but the interview has a heavy focus on...