primary issues deal with connecting with people. Not only does Koushiro not
open up to people, others also don’t really seem to connect with Koushiro in
turn. For a good chunk of the series, Koushiro keeps to himself, hiding behind
his laptop screen to solve this or that mystery and never voicing any negative
feelings over people or events. As such, Koushiro isn’t exactly antisocial.
Koushiro is very aware and capable of social niceties, but he mostly uses these
as a buffer, his politeness both deflecting conflicts and giving off the
impression that he’s likeable, even when, on the inside, he feels no
connections to the people around him.
Bingo! Old-school Digimon fans rejoice, the adventure continues when DIGIMON ADVENTURE tri. debuts the first English-dubbed feature to be released in the U.S. since 2000! Revisit the DigiDestined as their adventure “digi-volves” once more. Tickets are available now at http://bit.ly/2binqud.
This mutant Digimon is a computer desktop trashcan come to life. Its
trashcan is like a black hole and anything sucked inside disappears
completely from the Digital World. It fires junk from a bazooka made out
Do you remember being a little kid and the hand-me-down Macs in the school computer lab had a little Oscar the Grouch animation appear every time you emptied the trash can? That’s this guy, I guess. That’s kind of adorable.