I honestly don’t get the hate Frontier gets, it was a strong season with
a dramatic story, likable characters, and the most unique form of
digivolution. I mean, who didn’t want to become a digimon when they were
I sometimes wonder what my own Digimon partner would be like since they
reflect the traits of their human in many ways while also being
different in ways to compliment them and help them grow. I wonder what I
could learn from mine if digimon were real.
Sometimes I swear people forget how young most of the Chosen
Children,Tamers, etc. are. Thinking that Takato is pathetic for crying?
Thinking that a rather young Hikari is a mary sue for being innocent? A
lot of people cried easily as children, even at ten, and at least a
handful of us were sweet, innocent kids in our early years.
It really bothers me that from a plot standpoint tai and matt’s
relationship was always the the most important even though tai always
seemed to be better friends with Izzy and/or sora and while tai’s
relationships with sora and izzy are explored in many episodes
throughout the series, those relationships were never treated as
important come the finale episode of the arc. Just look at Tri; they had
an entire movie focused on tai and matt’s parallels and relationship.
I wouldn’t mind a Digimon Frontier sequel as long as Zoe isn’t the only
girl and it doesn’t become the Takuya and Koji show like the royal
knights arc did. Proper expansion of Zoe, Tommy, JP, and Kouichi’s
characters and maybe a wider cast to inherit the other four elemental
spirits would be interesting. Also, what would happen if a girl
inherited a male spirit like the metal spirit or a boy got the water
Mimi and Palmon are true feminist icons. Mimi was always a girly girl but she was still a really strong character and she shows that you can be feminine and strong at the same time. I mean she was able to run her own kingdom, she stood up to Monzaemon all by herself with no one but Palmon, she stood up to Puppetmon and his Garbagemon by catching their attack and throwing it back at them. And Palmon is girly but still a strong digimon. Like Palmon said: “I may be a lady but I am not a pushover.”
I see absolutely NO love for Digimon Savers. As a veteran fan of the
show (17 years), it makes me upset to know that this wonderful season
got shafted by the fanbase. I don’t quite understand why considering
it’s one of the most unique seasons comparatively, especially
considering the fact that the chosen children in this season were NOT
10-12 year olds. Didn’t that give anyone a sense of relatability? It
definitely did for me. Savers deserves more than being the “forgotten
I love the fact that Savers has a whole new unique style and that Toei
took a break from its regular style. Not that digimon style from the
shows is bad, but it’s nice Toei gave a chance for a whole new style
for a whole new digimon universe. It means in the future there could be
more new art styles for artists and new artists to get noticed for a
more new kind of digimon series. And for more exploitation.
I absolutely hate how Koushiro/Izzy was stereotyped to be obsessed with
computers. He is one of my favourite characters and should be given a
lot more depth than a whiz kid mask. If he were real, I would know how
he’d feel since I have been stereotyped in almost the exact same way. I
would personally have sympathized with him.
If they decided to make a female character as the main goggle head, they
mustn’t fill the series with feminist and SJW propaganda that would
make it unbearable to watch, especially on the English dub. I want to
see the females being treated equally and deal with the same problems as
the males do, not superiority or stupidity on either gender.
like how Izzy is the one to make sure Kari feels special to the group
by whispering the whistle plan to her (kids love being parts of secret
plans) cause it really shows how much he’s grown since the early
episodes where he just ignores Mimi & the others in favor of trying
to figure out the world they’re all in. It’s also cute that this
continues in 02 with him being the main one to watch over the younger
kids while they’re saving the Digital World.