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- Aug 10, 2010
... in what way does it "shit on the franchise"? Quality of the crossover aside, it doesn't do anything mean spiritedly or in disrespect.
The movie gave no indication either way, as it didn't really go into who that Omegamon was anyway. He was just some dude chasing after Mephismon.Wasn't the Omegamon in Digimon Tamers: Battle of Adventurers Taichi and Yamato's?
No it didn't. The dub was just as vague about Omnimon as the original was about Omegamon. Just some guy going after Mephistomon.It very well could have been, though I think only the dub makes it explicit.
Like many things, it might have been in the original plans for that Omegamon to be the Adventure one, but the final product simply doesn't bring up the subject at all.Well, the dub one does refer to the Tamers as "Digidestined." And in both versions, he had the same VAs as the Adventure Omegamon.
Said Apocalymon the movie is equally vague about.Bad moves is what the dub is made of, but it made them. Anyway, I think the original giving Omegamon the voices of Agumon and Gabumon is suggestive, and he would have been familiar with an Apocalymon.
Including any real progression of his character. He ended up being almost exactly the same as he was at the start of the season. No real development.It wasn't so much that Tagiru wasn't "likable", he was more or less following the standard shonen hero template. As much as practically every primary protagonist in Digimon has followed that template to some degree, the thing with Tagiru was that there wasn't much to him outside of wanting to be a superstar.