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Re: Digimon

Postby ironrod prime » Sat Aug 06, 2011 9:59 pm

ok that is so not metal greymon and why does he have omnimons head
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Re: Digimon

Postby Sabrblade » Sat Aug 06, 2011 11:10 pm

ironrod prime wrote:ok that is so not metal greymon
It's a new Greymon and a new MetalGreymon. There's lots of redesigned digimon in this show. Get with the times, man. :lol:

ironrod prime wrote:and why does he have omnimons head
To put it without spoilers, it's a an homage. ;)
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Re: Digimon

Postby cyberwuss » Mon Aug 08, 2011 1:16 am

I really liked the two anime they showed on broadcast TV and that is about as deep as I got into it. I was into the pokemon game more than the digimon ones, but the digimon anime is far superior to any pokemon anime except for the movies. The two anime I mention are the one with Yukio or whatever the blonde secret agent guy is and the one with Tekuya and Koji and Koji's brother as the dark version of Koji. It has been ages since I've seen them but I remember the one with Koji was a long time getting momentum into the plot but turned out neat, though I still think I like the one with Yukio better.
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Re: Digimon

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Aug 08, 2011 1:36 am

cyberwuss wrote:I really liked the two anime they showed on broadcast TV and that is about as deep as I got into it. I was into the pokemon game more than the digimon ones, but the digimon anime is far superior to any pokemon anime except for the movies. The two anime I mention are the one with Yukio or whatever the blonde secret agent guy is and the one with Tekuya and Koji and Koji's brother as the dark version of Koji. It has been ages since I've seen them but I remember the one with Koji was a long time getting momentum into the plot but turned out neat, though I still think I like the one with Yukio better.
You must have seen the dubs of Tamers and Frontier, otherwise known as "Season 3" and "Season 4" in America. BTW, the agent dude's name was Yamaki. ;)

Tamers is widely considered one of the best series, while Frontier often regarded as one of the worst (I liked it, though).
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Re: Digimon

Postby ironrod prime » Mon Aug 08, 2011 2:21 pm

cyberwuss wrote: The two anime I mention are the one with Yukio or whatever the blonde secret agent guy is and the one with Tekuya and Koji and Koji's brother as the dark version of Koji. It has been ages since I've seen them but I remember the one with Koji was a long time getting momentum into the plot but turned out neat, though I still think I like the one with Yukio better.


soo youve never seen adventure 1 and 2 (i swear if you say no im takin away your geek card)
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Re: Digimon

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Aug 08, 2011 2:25 pm

ironrod prime wrote:
cyberwuss wrote: The two anime I mention are the one with Yukio or whatever the blonde secret agent guy is and the one with Tekuya and Koji and Koji's brother as the dark version of Koji. It has been ages since I've seen them but I remember the one with Koji was a long time getting momentum into the plot but turned out neat, though I still think I like the one with Yukio better.


soo youve never seen adventure 1 and 2 (i swear if you say no im takin away your geek card)
Adventure was awesome. Zero Two not so much (it does have its few great moments, but they're far and few compared to its plot holes). ;)
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Re: Digimon

Postby ironrod prime » Mon Aug 08, 2011 4:15 pm

but they are both one whole series basicaly
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Re: Digimon

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Aug 08, 2011 4:18 pm

ironrod prime wrote:but they are both one whole series basicaly
Two series, one continuity. ;)
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Re: Digimon

Postby ironrod prime » Mon Aug 08, 2011 4:35 pm

2 books same story :P
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Re: Digimon

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Aug 08, 2011 4:44 pm

ironrod prime wrote:2 books same story :P
But one's still better than the other.
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