Digimon Tamers

Digimon Tamers

Volume 1

DVD - 2015
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A new generation of Digidestined take over protecting the Digital World from evil Digimon. Through a new gadget called the D-Arc, Takato and his friends can draw Digimon and make them come to life with one swipe through the D-Arc.
Publisher: New York, NY : Flatiron Film Company, ©2015.
Characteristics: 3 videodiscs (374 min.) :,sound, color ;,12 cm
video file, DVD video, rda
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Additional Contributors: Flatiron Film Company

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SterlingSilverOpal Feb 14, 2018

The 3rd season of Digimon Digital Monsters with an entirely new cast than the original. The original series is considered a Television series and most children are familiar with Digimon; however, they're nothing more than media entertainment (tv, video games, trading cards). Much darker and more adult than the previous two Digimon Adventure seasons, Chiaki J. Konaka brings in his background with Serial Experiments Lain to make an older and more mature Digimon series.

Although very controversial for the time period (not being a good show for the "target" audience), it's considered one of the best Digimon seasons, rivaling the original. Takato, the main character, immediately starts treating his Digimon pal (that he created) as a close and personal friend while also recognising it must fight, while other characters like Ruki (or Rika in the English), world Digimon champion, struggle to see their Digimon as more than just data to fight and win their battles. Li (or Henry) more struggles from being overly cautious about his Digimon because he sees it as a living breathing creature who endangers its life by fighting other Digimon. The cast of characters is wide and varied, and touches on insecurities, heart-ache, the pain of loss, and multiple social issues.

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You don't need to watch the previous series to understand what's going on. However, there's a very well known trope where a certain Digimon always dies in the series, and it's central to the plot. So if you don't feel you need to know about it to make the series more exciting, then feel free to watch it as a stand-alone.

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