I agree it's sort of weird looking in a line, but I think it works for some in some story way. Consider how Perfect was the original final level. Then Ultimate came around, it was like an other path in a sense. I always felt Warp Evolution from Adventure showed this, as it's not MetalGreymon turning into WarGreymon, but Agumon turning into WarGreymon. I always like to check if the Ultimate resembles the Child close enough. But agreed, sometimes they're just eyesores.Not sure if this has been brought up before, but I've really never been a fan of Perfect levels being the odd ones out in their lines. Ya see it all over the place. MetalGreymon and WereGarurumonm are prime examples, unless you use their latest Ultimates, as they keep the themes of those Perfects. The most glaring to me though is Tankdramon. He's an eyesore between Sealsdramon and Darkdramon. So what about Cyberdramon instead?
An important thing to note is that Justimon is not a Power Ranger, he's a Kamen Rider. A major theme in the Kamen Rider franchise is that they are not different from their enemies, the monsters. They are one in the same.Now a bigger eyesore is Justimon in Monodramon's line, I understand why it's like that, specially with Strikedramon's profile suggesting he also fights for justice, but Power Ranger isn't my favorite for Cyberdramon.
True but Digimon like that tend to have characteristics beyond color palette to differentiate them such as the aforementioned Sorcermon using ice based magic rather than the fire and earth magic of Wizardmon and the purely fire magic of FlameWizardmon.well there are also guys like Sorcerimon, so they don´t have to make it "namemon color"