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Digimon - Digital Monsters is a Japanese children's anime series produced by Toei Animation which started in March 1999 on Fuji TV.

The series was originally and heavily edited by Saban Entertainment in the US and Worldwide for Fox Kids back in August 1999, until 2020 when the Digimon rights got expired and were bought by Viz Media and Shout! Factory to produce fully uncut English redubs of 4 Digimon anime seasons, along with a series of films and specials.

The series will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray on 1st August 2021, and on digital download on 1st September 2021 on Crunchyroll as well.

The series was redubbed in English produced by Studiopolis with a cast of voice actors, some new ones and old ones as well.

Debi Derryberry takes over Joshua Seth's role on Tai Kamiya but only in Digimon Adventure (1999 film) and the 1999 TV series of Digimon Adventure, while Joshua Seth only reprises his role on the same character in Digimon Adventure Zero Two.

The English redub of Digimon has original Japanese soundtrack with original Japanese songs translated into English as well.

Series of shows and films

  1. Digimon Adventure (1999 film)
  2. Digimon Adventure (1999 TV series)
  3. Digimon Adventure: Our War Game (2000 film)
  4. Digimon Adventure Zero Two (2000 TV series)
  5. Digimon Adventure 02: Part 1: Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!! / Part 2: Transcendent Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals (2000 film)
  6. Digimon Adventure 02: Revenge of Diaboromon (2000 film)
  7. Digimon Tamers (2001 TV series)
  8. Digimon Tamers: Battle of Adventures (2001 film)
  9. Digimon Tamers: Runaway Locomon (2002 film)
  10. Digimon Frontier (2002 TV series)
  11. Digimon Frontier: Island of Lost Digimon (2002 film)
  12. Digital Monster X-Evolution (2005 CGI film)

Cast of voice actors and characters

  • Dan Green as Angemon, MagnaAngemon, and the Narrator
  • Debi Derryberry as Tai Kamiya (Adventure 01)
  • Joshua Seth as Tai Kamiya (Adventure 02)
  • Emily Bauer as Kari Kamiya (Adventure 01)
  • Hynden Walch as Kari Kamiya (Adventure 02), Biyomon, Mimi Tachikawa (Adventure 01 and 02), and Jeri (Digimon Tamers)
  • Scott Menville as Matt Ishida (Adventure 01), Davis Motomiya, Izzy Izumi (Adventure 02), Ryo Akiyama (Digimon Tamers), and Takuya (Digimon Frontier)
  • Tom Kenny as Agumon, Tentomon, and Gomamon
  • Greg Cipes as Puppetmon, Roachmon #1 (Digimon Zero Two - Episode 6)
  • Ted Lewis as Joe Kido (Adventure 01), and J.P. (Digimon Frontier)
  • Tara Strong as T.K. (Adventure 01), Rika (Digimon Tamers), and Tommy (Digimon Frontier)
  • Veronica Taylor as Sora Takenouchi (Adventure 01 and 02), Mrs. Izumi (Izzy's mother), and Cody Hida (Adventure 02)
  • Ashleigh Ball as Palmon, and Yolei (Adventure 02)
  • Cathy Weseluck as Izzy Izumi (Adventure 01), and Terriermon
  • Eric Stuart as Mr. Izumi (Izzy's father) Wormmon
  • Rachael Lillis as Gatomon, Angewoman, and Mrs. Satoe Tachikawa (Mimi's mother)
  • Dan Castellaneta as Mr. Kamiya (Tai's father), Roachmon #2 (Digimon Zero Two - Episode 6), and other additional characters
  • Tress MacNeille as Mrs. Kamiya (Tai's mother), Mrs. Takashi (T.K.'s mother), and Mrs. Takenouchi (Sora's mum)
  • Hank Azaria as Mr. Tachikawa (Mimi's father), police officers, and other additional characters
  • Seth MacFarlane as Mr. Ishida (Matt's father) and Mr. Wong (Henry's father - Digimon Tamers)
  • Sean Schemmel as Joe Kido (Adventure 02)
  • Derek Stephen Prince as Ken Ichijouji 'aka' The Digimon Emperor
  • James Carter Cathcart as DemiDevimon, and Impmon (Digimon Tamers)
  • Eric Bauza as Kenta (Digimon Tamers)
  • Billy West as Monzaemon, Chuumon, and Kazu (Digimon Tamers)
  • Lisa Ortiz as Zoe (Digimon Frontier)
  • Joseph May as T.K. (Adventure 02), and Koichi (Digimon Frontier)
  • Mary Elizabeth McGlynn as Takato (Digimon Tamers)
  • Craig Blair as Matt Ishida (Adventure 02), Henry Wong (Digimon Tamers), and Koji (Digimon Frontier)
  • Cheryl Chase as Suzie Wong (Digimon Tamers)