99% of it didn't really happen (and it seems like it's insanely unclear at what might be real at all.)I think there is some little plot hole: if this occur between part 1 and 2, why other kids' Digimons can evolve into Ultimate
No blu ray as yet (and honestly, with most shows still not sold out, I wouldn't hold your breath). Re the international thing, in the AiiA theatre (a theatre specifically for anime stage plays) they use special glasses where foreigners (English and Chinese reading) can see subtitles in real time kinda... floating? In space? It's pretty interesting technology. It wouldn't do well internationally when it's already a flop at home tho.Looking at the images... they should totally try going international with this. Just hire some more guys in grey to run around the stage and hold up big cardboard signs with subtitles whenever someone says anything.
Also, I hope the "DVD" mentioned earlier is a Bluray... it would be a shame if something as unique as this ends up in the same outdated standard-definition hell that all the commercial Appmon releases seem to have been consigned to.
Well, it did all happen. Just not in the real world. In an alternate space where time doesn't flow the same. Everything in the time altered space is where they aren't in school uniform. It's pretty clear I think.99% of it didn't really happen (and it seems like it's insanely unclear at what might be real at all.)
All girls denied liking someone. But Mimi also said she didn't know about her dreams only to be truthful later, so who knows? ;pSounds like a great show! Is there any hints regarding Shipping?
Paper orders are common at all types of stage plays from my experience. Not sure why they don't have some type of qr code link to save paper or something, but I guess it works? Disappointing that its pick up only (usually they have delivery options) So are girls crying (Btw, this is the Australian from the play lol)I don't think the DVD is available online yet. I filled out a handwritten form. On paper. Like a savage.
Interesting bit of trivia: the audience was about 80% female fans. The girls who sat next to me and my friend were literally crying at the end of the show.
A plot hole is missing foundational material. This stage play is meant to be fun supplementary material, not a necessary component in understanding Adventure as a whole. I don't really see why this would be a plot hole.As if Adventure hadn't enough plot holes...
I don't know, it still doesn't really fit. They never lost track of Meiko in part 5, and in the play the Digimon seem to have all of their memories intact.There are a handful of places I think it can fit, especially if you take certain things into account. I generally saw 'one' moment as quite possible (getting shunted into it inbetween the end of part 4 and the runaround at the beginning of part 5.)
We didn't see the beginning of that.I don't know, it still doesn't really fit. They never lost track of Meiko in part 5, and in the play the Digimon seem to have all of their memories intact.