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- Sep 8, 2006
A bunch of updates for the English release of Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna!
First up, embedded above is the English dubbed trailer. We get to hear a number of new voices in it, and in addition we have a full cast list:
Tai Kamiya- Joshua Seth
Matt Ishida- Nicolas Roye
TK Takaishi- Johnny Yong Bosch
Kari Kamiya- Tara Sands
Izzy Izumi- Mona Marshall
Joe Kido- Robbie Daymond
Sora Takenouchi- Colleen O'Shaughnessey
Mimi Tachikawa- Kate Higgins
Menoa Bellucci- Erika Harlacher
Kyotaro Yamada- Kaiji Tang
Agumon- Tom Fahn
Gabumon- Kirk Thornton
Patamon- Laura Summer
Palmon- Anna Garduno
Gatomon- Kate Higgins
Tentomon- Jeff Nimoy
Biyomon- Cherami Leigh
Gomamon- Bob Klein
Davis Motomiya- Griffin Burns
Cody Hida- Bryce Papenbrook
Yolei Inoue- Jeannie Tirado
Ken Ichijouji- Derek Stephen Prince
Veemon- Derek Stephen Prince
Armadillomon- Robbie Daymond
Wormmon- Paul St. Peter
Hawkmon- Christopher Swindle
A number of ones aren't surprising to anyone, but the changes and new cast members are the ones likely of most interest to people at the moment:
Matt is being done by Nicolas Roye, who was Mikey in Digimon Fusion.
Mimi is being done by Kate Higgins, who was Miki in Data Squad, and Meicoomon & Gatomon in tri. (and Gatomon here once again.)
Erika Harlacher joins as Menoa.
Kaiji Tang joins as Kyotaro
Davis is being done by Griffin Burns.
Cody is being done by Bryce Papenbrook.
Yolei is being done by Jeannie Tirado.
Armadillomon is being done by Robbie Daymond, who is also returning as Joe.
Hawkmon is being done by Christopher Swindle.
Next up, the Blu-ray and DVD releases have been reconfirmed for October 6th.
Pre-orders are still open at Amazon: (affiliate links)
Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna BD/DVD
Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna DVD
A bonus feature for the disc titled “The Final Evolution: Remembering 20 Years of Digimon Adventure with Joshua Seth and Tom Fahn” has been announced.
The Shout Store has also begun taking pre-orders again for their version of the Blu-ray with a lithograph. When it was delayed they cancelled orders, so if you want that version, make sure to re-order.
The last bit of fully announced news is that the movie will get a digital release a week early, on September 29th, in both English and Japanese with subtitles.
The announcements finish with Toei and Shout teasing that 'special news and activities' will be announced as part of the leadup to the release of the movie.
Great to get an English trailer, cast list, and finalized release details, which have been in flux to some degree due to coronavirus issues. The cast changes, especially the ones that were more unexpected, will likely cause people to have some degree of issues with the release, but it'll be interesting to see how they sound (a few can be heard in the trailer to differing degrees.)