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When Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna is finally out on Blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday, it isn't just the release of the new movie.

The exact same day is actually the 20th Anniversary of the theatrical release of Digimon the Movie. To celebrate that anniversary, Jeff Nimoy wrote a decent sized blog post going over various details of the production of the film. As most know, Jeff wrote and directed (alongside his production partner of the time, Bob Buchholz) the movie, along with much of seasons 1 and 2.

He later returned to write and direct movie 4 (Diablomon Strikes Back), Data Squad, returned to voice in tri. and Kizuna, along with returning to write the dub adaption of Kizuna.


His writing about it expands on various elements that have been told in the past, including the usage of all 3 (at the time) Japanese movies, etc.

It's a good read, and very much worth looking over.

Jeff's post about the movie can be found here.





And of course, the home video release of Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna is on Tuesday!

Various bits of coverage for the US release of Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna we've done:
Digital release of the movie
Contest that ends tomorrow to win a prize pack including the movie
Review of the Blu-ray and DVD
Our Interview with Joshua Seth

Our discussion thread for Kizuna is here.

You can still pre-order the new movie at Amazon (affiliate links):
Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna BD/DVD
Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna DVD
 

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Nice insight from the already 20 years old animated feature film. That bit with Haim Saban saying he took a week to watch the third (which would be the third part of the) film cracks me up. It was the hardest part of the film to finish watching.
 
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