The Digimon establishment has been around for barely two decades, with the long-running computerized beast arrangement praising its commemoration with various updates that have Digi-fans more energized than any time in recent memory. Toei streamed a video for the Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna anime film.
The film will open in Japan on February 21, 2020. Toei prods the film as “Taichi and Agumon‘s last experience.” The slogans on the mystery visual underneath read, “We will consistently be as one,” and, “We walk together with Digimon, toward every one of the kids.
- Natsuki Hanae as Taichi Yagami
- Yoshimasa Hosoya as Yamato Ishida
- Suzuko Mimori as Sora Takenouchi
- Mutsumi Tamura as Kōshirō Izumi
- Hitomi Yoshida as Mimi Tachikawa
- Junya Ikeda as Jō Kido
- Junya Enoki as Takeru Takaishi
- M.A.O as Hikari Yagami
- Chika Sakamoto as Agumon
- Mayumi Yamaguchi as Gabumon
- Atori Shigematsu as Piyomon
- Takahiro Sakurai as Tentomon
- Kinoko Yamada as Palmon
- Junko Takeuchi as Gomamon
- Miwa Matsumoto as Patamon
- Yuka Tokumitsu as Tailmon
Digimon, another way to say “Digital Monsters”, is a Japanese media establishment incorporating virtual pet toys, anime, manga, computer games, films, and an exchanging card game. The establishment centers around Digimon creatures, which are beasts living in a “Digital World”, a parallel universe that began from Earth’s different correspondence systems.
The establishment was first made in 1997 as a progression of virtual pets, much the same as—and affected in style by—the contemporary Tamagotchi or nano Giga Pet toys. The animals were first intended to look adorable and notorious even on the gadgets’ little screens; later improvements had them made with a harder-edged style impacted by American comics. The establishment picked up force with its first anime manifestation, Digimon Adventure, and an early computer game, Digimon World, both discharged in 1999.
Digimon first showed up in account structure in the one-shot manga C’ mon Digimon, discharged in the late spring of 1997. Let’s go Digimon produced the well known Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01 manga, composed by Hiroshi Izawa, which started serialization on November 21, 1998.