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Re: Digimon

Postby Sabrblade » Sat Sep 22, 2012 6:27 pm

ironrod prime wrote:your telling me a digimon digivolving with a human doesnt count
It does count as evolution/digivolution, whereas "gattai" doesn't.
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Re: Digimon

Postby ironrod prime » Sat Sep 22, 2012 10:28 pm

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Re: Digimon

Postby Sabrblade » Sun Sep 23, 2012 4:49 pm

Yeah, so, what we got are the following processes a digimon can undergo to change from one digimon to another:

1. Evolution/Digivolution (and all variations thereof)
2. Gattai ("fusion")
3. Mode Change
4. DigiXros (and all variations thereof)
5. Kyūshū ("absorption")
6. Tensei ("reincarnation")
7. No name (a simple "change" from a disguise to a true form, like shapeshifting)
8. Henka ("transformation")
9. No name (the process in which Arresterdramon uses the Kinkoji to become Arresterdramon Superior Mode)


Eat your heart out, Pokémon. :P
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Re: Digimon

Postby Sabrblade » Wed Sep 26, 2012 12:10 am

Press release and official logo. Seriously, read the press release. There is a LOT of good news in this thing. :D

http://www.samuraicast.com/news/article.php?article=49-saban-brands-acquires-digimon
Saban Brands Acquires Digimon Brand

MarVista Entertainment to Manage International Distribution Beyond Asia

LOS ANGELES, CA (Sept. 25, 2012) - Saban Brands has acquired the Digimon franchise, adding the long-running Japanese anime property to its growing portfolio of entertainment assets. The acquisition, which encompasses rights to the property outside of Asia, continues Saban Brands' dramatic growth since reacquiring the Power Rangers property and purchasing lifestyle brand Paul Frank in 2010, amongst others. Saban Brands will work with MarVista Entertainment for distribution of the series outside of Asia. Japanese animation studio, Toei Animation Co., Ltd. will handle licensing and distribution of the property in Asia.

The Digimon franchise, which was first brought to the U.S. in 1999 by Saban's Fox Family Worldwide, explores a digital world where powerful creatures known as Digimon, or digital monsters, battle for supremacy. With the help of their young human partners, the Digimon defend their world and ours from various evil forces.

"We're thrilled to reconnect Saban Brands with Digimon, an entertainment franchise that embodies the strong fan base and growth potential we look for in new additions to our portfolio," said Elie Dekel, President of Saban Brands. "We look forward to reintroducing the brand in new and exciting ways that will allow more fans to engage with Digimon."

Saban Brands will debut the newest season, Digimon Fusion, at MIPCOM, which will be held Oct. 8-11 in Cannes, France. MarVista Entertainment has been appointed to handle international distribution (outside of Asia) of the new season, as well as distribution for more than 250 half-hours episodes of Digimon content from the library.

"We are naturally excited to further extend our relationship with Saban Brands to represent the Digimon franchise and to present the latest iteration, Digimon Fusion, to international buyers at MIPCOM," commented Fernando Szew, Founding Partner and Chief Executive Officer of MarVista Entertainment. "Children worldwide have embraced the Digimon television series since its launch, providing strong ratings success for broadcasters around the globe, and we anticipate a lot of enthusiasm from current and new partners who will undoubtedly want to play a key role in the continued growth of the Digimon franchise."

About Saban Brands
Formed in 2010 as an affiliate of Saban Capital Group, Saban Brands (SB) was established to acquire and develop a world-class portfolio of properties and capitalize on the company's experience, track record and capabilities in growing and monetizing consumer brands through content, media and marketing. SB applies a strategic transmedia management approach to enhancing and extending its brands in markets worldwide and to consumers of all ages. The company provides full-service management, marketing, promotion and strategic business development for its intellectual properties including comprehensive strategies unique to each brand, trademark and copyright management and enforcement, creative design, retail development, direct-to-consumer initiatives and specialized property extensions. SB is led by a superior management team with decades of experience in media, content creation, branding, licensing, marketing and finance. For more information, visit http://www.sabanbrands.com.

About MarVista Entertainment
Founded in September 2003, MarVista Entertainment is a leading Los Angeles-based producer and worldwide distributor of films and television programming with a content library now featuring more than 2,000 hours of programming. The company has grown to become a pre-eminent supplier of programming to major cable networks in the U.S., including Disney Channel, Lifetime, Hallmark Channel, NBC Universal, and MTV Networks, as well as key international broadcasters, generating extensive global terrestrial and pay television viewership. In the children's media arena, MarVista serves as the exclusive international distributor for Saban Brands' top rated action adventure franchise, Power Rangers, including the new seasons of Power Rangers Megaforce and Power Rangers Super Samurai, plus the classic library with over 700 episodes. Additionally, MarVista was recently named the international distributor for Saban Brands new animated preschool series, Julius Jr. In 2010, MarVista formed a partnership with Argentina's SNAP TV for original productions and distribution in the Latin America region. In 2011, the Company secured new investment capital from a private investment group led by Brian Sheth. http://www.marvista.net

About Toei Animation Co., Ltd.
With headquarters in Tokyo and sales offices in Paris, Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Shanghai, Toei Animation (Jasdaq: 4816) ranks amongst the world's most prolific animation production studios. Toei Animation's operations include animation development and production, and worldwide marketing and program licensing. Since the company's founding in 1956, Toei Animation has produced more than 10,000 episodes of TV series (more than 200 titles) and more than 200 long feature films.



Read more: http://www.samuraicast.com/news/article ... z27Y81ShYf

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Re: Digimon

Postby Sabrblade » Thu Sep 27, 2012 9:20 am

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Re: Digimon

Postby Sabrblade » Wed Oct 17, 2012 3:56 pm

It is done. As of today, fansubber PositronCannon has completed his fansub of the seventh Digimon movie--the only Frontier movie--Revival of the Ancient Digimon. And with that, it has finally come to pass that every single piece of Digimon animation (anime series, movies, OVAs, etc.) has been given and complete and (near-)proper subtitled form.

Movie 1 -- PositronCannon
Adventure 1-54 -- RyuuRogue
Movie 2 -- PositronCannon
Adventure 02 1-50 -- PositronCannon
Movie 3 Part 1 -- DmonHiro
Movie 3 Part 2 -- DmonHiro
Movie 4 -- PositronCannon
Tamers 1-15 -- The Wild Bunch
Tamers 16-51 -- PositronCannon
Movie 5 -- The Wild Bunch
Movie 6 -- DmonHiro
Frontier 1-50 -- PositronCannon
Movie 7 -- PositronCannon
Movie 8 X-Evolution -- RyuuRogue
Savers 1-48 -- RyuuRogue
Movie 9 -- RyuuRogue
Savers Tokuten Eizou -- RyuuRogue
Savers 3D: Digital World Kiki Ippatsu! -- RyuuRogue
Adventure 3D: Digimon Grandprix! -- RyuuRogue
Xros Wars 1-30 -- RyuuRogue
Xros Wars 31-54 -- RyuuRogue
Xros Wars 55-79 -- The Wild Bunch

This has been a great 15th anniversary! 8-)

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Also, some BIG news. :shock:

https://twitter.com/WithTheWill/status/255857105666461697
Digimon Xros Wars: The Young Hunters Who Leapt Through Time has been nominated for an International Emmy for best Animated Kids show.

https://twitter.com/WithTheWill/status/255858152979976192
So we can officially refer to Digimon as 'Emmy Nominated'

https://twitter.com/WithTheWill/status/255860015070576640
For people who want an official link to look at- http://bit.ly/PV5pAS (This informs the prior two tweets... so show all three if you can.)


:o Digimon is... Emmy Nominated!!! :shock: :grin: :grin: :grin:
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Re: Digimon

Postby ironrod prime » Wed Oct 17, 2012 5:50 pm

:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :o :o :o :shock: :shock: :shock: :o :o :o.......................................8-)
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Re: Digimon

Postby Sabrblade » Wed Oct 17, 2012 7:01 pm

Ironic though. The worst digimon series is the one that gets the nomination. Go figure. :P
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Re: Digimon

Postby Sabrblade » Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:09 am

Lucky Japan. :grin: :grin: :grin:



The game comes out in January in Japan. No release outside of Japan has been mentioned yet.

The entire anime cast is on board, including the series director. The voice recordings for the game are over 70 hours long.

The game will cover the entire series, including the post series movie "Our War Game." There will also be new material, including a crossover with the main 'hero character' and Digimon from the other seasons of Digimon.

A first press bonus will be made available- A PSP based recreation of the Digimon Adventure Digivice V-Pet.
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Re: Digimon

Postby Sabrblade » Sat Jan 19, 2013 9:57 pm

SQUEEEEEEEE!!! :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin:










And all together (partly cut, though):
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