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Tilte says it all. tell us which season and why you like/love that season and hich season you hate the most and why.
Mine is Tamers (season 3)
The Reason: very interesting concept of using a card game to modify digimon, the idea for using a Non-digimon as a final boss (D-Reaper) was also a very good idea as well,
I also liked the bio merging that was the coolest part of the whole season.

Season hated: Data squad (season 5)

Why: besides the new digimon it was downright terrible, nothing new was really added and not that much different from the first 2 seasons ( Digimon Adventure /02)

welp thoes are my opinions what about yours :D
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My favorite digimon season was season 2.

I hated digimon frontier.
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My favorite digimon season was season 2.

I hated digimon frontier.
Seasons 2-3, not much of 4.
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My favourites are frontier and savers havnt comleted tamers yet and adventure 2 sucks
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The best season is Tamers for me, because of its sense of humour. And Zero Two, because there is a lot of episodes in it that I like. Also both of them (but especially Tamers) are based on Cthulhu Mythology. In Zero Two there is a whole episode about that (His Master's Voice).

Frontier also is good but with a bit of good will. Savers same, the first 15 episodes of it are plain crap but later it is good.

Xros is already running in TV, next episode is airing in next 40 minutes, and it also is quite good. Especially for that people who know well previous seasons.

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But the very best Digimon series is Digimon X-Evolution and manga more or less connected with it - Digimon Chronicle.
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Loved Adventures one and two as well as "Tamers", I hated "Frontier". I did hear that Xro Wars was pretty good.
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Why do You hate Frontier?
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Why do You hate Frontier?
I didn't really like the concept of the Beast Spirits. I preferred the traditional "human and digimon partner" relationship better.
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my fave was the original series least fave was beast spirits series stopped watching after that
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Why do You hate Frontier?
I didn't really like the concept of the Beast Spirits. I preferred the traditional "human and digimon partner" relationship better.
Turning into a digimon was a childhood dream frontier was awesome for that.
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Today has been announced that Digimon Xros Wars will get yet another season. It is titled: "Digimon Xros Wars : Teen Hunters Who Chase for Time".

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Oh is it styled like the skip from Adventure to 02?
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It seems so. At this scan we can see Yuu Amano, who in current season (Death Generals) is much younger. I think the time skip can be something like 4 years. Also it seems like he kept Damemon (who nota bene got his name due to a contest), but changed his Darkness Loader to a new gold Loader.
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Hmmm... that's a tough one to choose for favourites. I loved the original Adventures series as it gave me nostalgia for the virtual pets that the anime itself was based on. Not only that, but I like a lot of the plot elements it gave, especially the "Hell on Earth" battle with VenomVamdemon/VenomMyotismon. A close second would be Tamers, as it made the characters more like human beings rather than a representative of one concept. That, and D-Reaper was probably the scariest concept for a villain.

Savers is a guilty pleasure in the terms of it being so over the top in terms of Marcus Damon/Masaru Daimon's "RAWG!! I PUNCHED THE CRAP OUTTA THIS GUY, NOW EVOLVE!!!" antics. I also like the animation and art style in it as well, but that could be just me.

Adventures 02 was my least favourite out of all of them. I could go on a rant on why I disliked it so much, but I don't want to offend any fans of the season.
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I would like to hear why You dislike Zero Two so much ;)
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I would like to hear why You dislike Zero Two so much ;)
*sighs* All right, Nemomon, but I'll do it as calmly as possible:

I didn't really like a lot of the concepts they used in that season:

- Time in the Digital World was different than in the real world as established in the first Adventures. That concept was tossed out the window, tossing that concept out the window.

- Ken Ichijouji, as interesting a character as he was, made me want to rip him apart when he was the Digimon Emperor, not because his personality (I thought it was an interesting personality! I like evil masterminds!), but because his tactics felt like a hacker in an online game... or for that matter, Superman if he was on the dark side. "Neener neener, you can't digivolve with my control spires and Black Digiviiiiiice~" Basically a dark cheat... and that's no fun. (...unless they're the fun, modifying cheats that make games interesting. Those cheats are awesome.)

- Continuing with said character, he had a very interesting backstory. His reasons for being corrupted was dramatic, him atoning for his sins was INCREDIBLE. However the moment he joined the group, he was just... there. He didn't really have a personality that you could relate to or dislike... it was almost... not present. The only interesting thing the series brought to him during his time in the group was when he gets the vision of himself as the Digital Emperor dying for his past misdeeds, revealing that he still doesn't feel that he has paid for his crimes. Emo and dark as it sounds, it felt human. It felt interesting. He still felt guilt, and it developed his character. ...and then after that, we never really hear from his character again. It's a shame, because I think he's the most interesting in that season. Personal favourite of mine.

- DNA/Jogress evolution is cool and all, but the only combination that drew me in was Sylphimon. Paildramon's okay and Shakkoumon was ugly beyond recognition. (...okay, this isn't a concept I hate perse, but the evolution designs didn't impress me too much except for Sylphimon. Then again, cats and birds are awesome.)

- The sense of drama and tension was severely tame compared to the first season.

Adventures: "Vamdemon/Myotismon is ripping the real world apart, killing people, endangering your loved ones and creating a cult following even after his "demise"! We gotta get there before it's too late!! WE CAN'T LET HIM DO THIS."

Adventures 02: "BlackWarGreymon is destroying the very threads that hold the Digital World together! We must stop him! ...right after we go back home and sleep."

- I liked Yolei for being sort of the big-sister of the new group, always wanting to help out her friends. Buuuut the selfish vision she gets at the near-end of the series where she is spoiled and doesn't have any siblings kinda puts a hefty dent on her character development. (WHYYYYYYYYYYY!?!?!)

- Cody's character was... all over the place. So he's the young prodigy, rig--? Oh, he isn't? ...then he's one who thinks too rationally for his own goo-- oh wait, he has a set of morals that he shouldn't bre-- no? He actually is somewhat of a geniu-- ugh... this kid man. This kid. Doesn't help that he's rather monotone, so he comes off as a boring character.

- DAVIS. DEAR GOD. I. HATE. THIS. GUY. Sure Tai/Taichi was rash and gets him and Agumon into danger, but he learns the hard way. At least he learns and tries to be a better person so he could be a better leader. Davis was rash and gets himself, Veemon and EVERYONE into danger, AND DOESN'T LEARN FROM HIS MISTAKES. The only thing that comes to his mind (...he has one??) is being with Kari/Hikari and pushing TK/Takeru aside. Oh, and him mispronouncing/rearranging TK's name. Very cute. Except, wait NO! IT WASN'T CUTE. It wasn't cute the first time, it wasn't cute the second time, WHY THE HECK WOULD IT BE CUTE THE NEXT 57,000,000,000 TIMES?!? EVERYTHING THAT HE DOES, EVERYTHING HE SAYS, EVERYTHING HE BREATHES, I WANT TO PUNCH HIM.

*breathes in and out* Okay... I think I let the worst out. Let me calm down for a moment... *breathes and sighs* Okay. Let's do this.

- The whole "Everyone's a Digidestined" concept at the end of the season broke my brain, especially since the Digital World being extremely small. It's true that hard drive space can expand with enough devices and resources, but still, the digital world was roughly... half the size of the continent of Asia (...well the amount of lands anyhow.), and everyone around the world was destined with a Digimon. Hoo boy, we're gonna need some more servers. (Don't get me wrong, I think the concept of everyone having a Digimon is neat, but shouldn't the purpose of being a digidestined be that you're chosen to jump in and save the Digital World at times of conflict?)

- BelialVamdemon/MaloMyotismon... everything about that event made me scream. The design was not as intimidating as the original two forms: Vamdemon/Myotismon and VenomVamdemon/VenomMyotismon (Personal opinion.), he feeds off the fear of everyone in the universe, and the only way to kill him is to say: "I wanna be a doctor someday!" "I like strawberry ice cream!" "Life is wonderful!" and so on...

...and this is the guy who was tough as nails and needed holy attacks to kill him... and he was killed by gumdrops and happiness. Huh.

- The Beach incident with Divermon/Hangyomon came out of the left field. What was the purpose of that? We were promised of encountering the "Undersea Master" someday (Dagomon/Dragomon), aaaaand that never happened. It's like the Yamikage episode of Kirby of the Stars (Ninja Kirby, WHOO!!!) where he defeats the villain and he promises that he'll be back someday, only... he doesn't show up. It sets up a dramatic premise and they tossed it away.

- Sora and Matt/Yamato becoming a couple... why?? They NEVER hinted that relationship except for Matt saving her from a collapsing building. What happened to the pairing between her and Tai? It was hinted A LOT during Adventures. It was EXPANDED on in the movie "Our World Game" that they have a connection. It was rocky at best, but the connection was still there.

There are more reasons why I disliked Adventure 02, but I'll leave it as those. And keep in mind, this is just my opinion. You're welcome to disagree, and hey, if you like the season, I won't slap you for liking it. I don't particularly like it, but everyone is welcome to enjoy what they want to enjoy.
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- Time in the Digital World was different than in the real world as established in the first Adventures. That concept was tossed out the window, tossing that concept out the window.


Yes, but because of Apokarimon. He was the reason why the time was different in the RW (Real World), and in the DW (Digital World). When Apokarimon committed suicide, the time in DW back to normal.

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- Ken Ichijouji, as interesting a character as he was, made me want to rip him apart when he was the Digimon Emperor, not because his personality (I thought it was an interesting personality! I like evil masterminds!), but because his tactics felt like a hacker in an online game... or for that matter, Superman if he was on the dark side. "Neener neener, you can't digivolve with my control spires and Black Digiviiiiiice~" Basically a dark cheat... and that's no fun. (...unless they're the fun, modifying cheats that make games interesting. Those cheats are awesome.)


Ken was a tragical character along with Ryou Akiyama. From the flashbacks (and Digimon games for Wonderswan) we know why he became a Digimon Kaiser. Indeed he could come with a better strategy, but honestly we can say that pretty much about almost every antagonist. Devimon could easily kill all the Chosen Children when they were separated. Instead of sending his minions, he could attack them by himself. I am sure that at least half of them he would kill. Same is for example with Dark Masters. Instead of playing a chess game with Chosen Children, they would attack them and kill. Dark Masters were playing with CC, and they didn't took the battle seriously, and this is why they lost. Compared to Dark Masters Digimon Kaiser at least had ANY tactics.

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- Continuing with said character, he had a very interesting backstory. His reasons for being corrupted was dramatic, him atoning for his sins was INCREDIBLE. However the moment he joined the group, he was just... there. He didn't really have a personality that you could relate to or dislike... it was almost... not present. The only interesting thing the series brought to him during his time in the group was when he gets the vision of himself as the Digital Emperor dying for his past misdeeds, revealing that he still doesn't feel that he has paid for his crimes. Emo and dark as it sounds, it felt human. It felt interesting. He still felt guilt, and it developed his character. ...and then after that, we never really hear from his character again. It's a shame, because I think he's the most interesting in that season. Personal favourite of mine.


I need to agree with You. While Kaiser and his past was really interesting, then after Ken joined the team, he was just there. But the first part was all about him, this is why I think designers decided not to make whole Zero Two just about him. I haven't seen Zero Two since a lot of years (for the last time I think I was watching it 8 to 10 years ago), but from what I remember the worst character among them was Miyako. Not just she was same annoying as Daisuke, but also she didn't got much of development too. Takeru and Hikari got in Adventures. Iori a little because of his familly affairs (and Oikawa). Daisuke because he was the leader. Ken was shinning though the first half of the season. And Miyako just was there as an additional girl to the show... So I would say that Ken while later was a little emo, he at least contributed a little to the season.

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- DNA/Jogress evolution is cool and all, but the only combination that drew me in was Sylphimon. Paildramon's okay and Shakkoumon was ugly beyond recognition. (...okay, this isn't a concept I hate perse, but the evolution designs didn't impress me too much except for Sylphimon. Then again, cats and birds are awesome.)


What about Imperialdramon? then ;> I liked the appearance of Sylphimon. The rest were okay, more or less, but Sylphimon was the best. Shakkoumon was a little ugly, or at least much more different than the rest DNA Digimons, but maybe there was a reason for that.

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- The sense of drama and tension was severely tame compared to the first season.

Adventures: "Vamdemon/Myotismon is ripping the real world apart, killing people, endangering your loved ones and creating a cult following even after his "demise"! We gotta get there before it's too late!! WE CAN'T LET HIM DO THIS."

Adventures 02: "BlackWarGreymon is destroying the very threads that hold the Digital World together! We must stop him! ...right after we go back home and sleep."


The main world for characters still was the RW. It was not that he is going to annihilate all the humans, so he was not the top priority for children. Of course he was very important, but still he was only in a place which children were accessing from time to time. DW was not their home. Therefore they have had the time to sleep, eat, school, dates &c.

Also, You are providing Vandemon. His arc indeed was very brutal. But what we got after his arc? Puppetmon playing a game, or endlesly happy Piemon. Where is now the tension from Vandemon arc? It is gone. Basically only Mugendramon would continue the tension that Vandemon left. Similarly as Vandemon, Mugendramon was insane Digimon. Sadly he got the least amount of episodes among all other Dark Masters...

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- I liked Yolei for being sort of the big-sister of the new group, always wanting to help out her friends. Buuuut the selfish vision she gets at the near-end of the series where she is spoiled and doesn't have any siblings kinda puts a hefty dent on her character development. (WHYYYYYYYYYYY!?!?!)

- Cody's character was... all over the place. So he's the young prodigy, rig--? Oh, he isn't? ...then he's one who thinks too rationally for his own goo-- oh wait, he has a set of morals that he shouldn't bre-- no? He actually is somewhat of a geniu-- ugh... this kid man. This kid. Doesn't help that he's rather monotone, so he comes off as a boring character.


Ok... let it be. Let's say that Zero Two characters weren't the best ones we would imagine. Iori was the same bad as Miyako, but I much more disliked Miyako. After all the show was about Takeru, Hikari (who knew DW from their past experiences) and Daisuke the Leader. And all among who will be Hikari's boyfriend :P

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- DAVIS. DEAR GOD. I. HATE. THIS. GUY. Sure Tai/Taichi was rash and gets him and Agumon into danger, but he learns the hard way. At least he learns and tries to be a better person so he could be a better leader. Davis was rash and gets himself, Veemon and EVERYONE into danger, AND DOESN'T LEARN FROM HIS MISTAKES. The only thing that comes to his mind (...he has one??) is being with Kari/Hikari and pushing TK/Takeru aside. Oh, and him mispronouncing/rearranging TK's name. Very cute. Except, wait NO! IT WASN'T CUTE. It wasn't cute the first time, it wasn't cute the second time, WHY THE HECK WOULD IT BE CUTE THE NEXT 57,000,000,000 TIMES?!? EVERYTHING THAT HE DOES, EVERYTHING HE SAYS, EVERYTHING HE BREATHES, I WANT TO PUNCH HIM.


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I also dislike much Daisuke. And Taichi. And Masaru. All of them aren't using their brains at all. Maybe because they don't have it. So yes, I will join Your hate club. :seth:

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- The whole "Everyone's a Digidestined" concept at the end of the season broke my brain, especially since the Digital World being extremely small. It's true that hard drive space can expand with enough devices and resources, but still, the digital world was roughly... half the size of the continent of Asia (...well the amount of lands anyhow.), and everyone around the world was destined with a Digimon. Hoo boy, we're gonna need some more servers. (Don't get me wrong, I think the concept of everyone having a Digimon is neat, but shouldn't the purpose of being a digidestined be that you're chosen to jump in and save the Digital World at times of conflict?)


Well... I don't think that DW is very small. According to Koushirou from Advenure (if I recall correctly in the episode with that big battery and Centarumon or maybe somewhere later) the DW is same big, or maybe even a mirror, of RW. I think there would be a place for other Digidestined from other countries. But one thing I think it was wrong is the amount of Chosen Children. Firstly it was told that there is only 7 of them. Then Hikari came and she was 8th. Then Ken, and he was 9th. And then a bunch of them. And all of them, all, want to protect the Digital World...

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- The Beach incident with Divermon/Hangyomon came out of the left field. What was the purpose of that? We were promised of encountering the "Undersea Master" someday (Dagomon/Dragomon), aaaaand that never happened. It's like the Yamikage episode of Kirby of the Stars (Ninja Kirby, WHOO!!!) where he defeats the villain and he promises that he'll be back someday, only... he doesn't show up. It sets up a dramatic premise and they tossed it away.


I am again a little sleepy, so I will end my discussion here. This episode, I even still remember its title - His Master's Voice - was a smile to Howard Phillips Lovecraft and his Cthulhu mythology. I must say that it was one of my favorites episodes in Zero Two. Along with the one with Wizarmon's ghost. It was a bit mysterious compared to the other episodes. And Dagomon (personally I am calling him per Cthulhumon) indeed appeared later as "Undersea Master" in Xros Wars. ;)
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You make a lot of valid points, Nemomon! :-)

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Yes, but because of Apokarimon. He was the reason why the time was different in the RW (Real World), and in the DW (Digital World). When Apokarimon committed suicide, the time in DW back to normal.


D'oh! :facepalm: I can't believe I forgot that. I'll admit, my memory is kind of rusty about those seasons, but still it kinda affected the urgency of the season.

Especially the fact that a lot of the attacks in the Digital World were just something that everyone can just go back home and go to bed over, including the doomsday prevention of BlackWarGreymon's onslaught. I know that everyone's got their needs, and sleep is definitely one of them, but I don't feel pumped when the scenario goes:
"HOLY CRIPES! The world is in danger! We better do something!! ...right after I go back home and do my homework." (See?? There's a reason why Lan Hikari doesn't do his homework! *gets booted*)

Maybe if they did like Ken during his final days as the Digimon Kaiser/Emperor and camped out into the Digital World and fight there, it would make it seem a biiiit more pressing.


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I need to agree with You. While Kaiser and his past was really interesting, then after Ken joined the team, he was just there. But the first part was all about him, this is why I think designers decided not to make whole Zero Two just about him. I haven't seen Zero Two since a lot of years (for the last time I think I was watching it 8 to 10 years ago), but from what I remember the worst character among them was Miyako. Not just she was same annoying as Daisuke, but also she didn't got much of development too. Takeru and Hikari got in Adventures. Iori a little because of his familly affairs (and Oikawa). Daisuke because he was the leader. Ken was shinning though the first half of the season. And Miyako just was there as an additional girl to the show... So I would say that Ken while later was a little emo, he at least contributed a little to the season.


Yeah, that's the one thing that I felt bad about. As you said before, Ken was set up as a tragic character, and a lot more could be developed as he joins the group. However he never really had the development he deserved until the depressing, yet intriguing vision.

To be honest, I found Davis/Daisuke muuuuuuuuch more annoying than Yolei/Miyako, and I appreciate that I'm not the only person who hates the guy. (more on that later.) There were times in which I enjoyed her character, but there are times in which she, indeed, felt like she was just there to fulfill the "This team needs another girl" role. Cody/Iori was just boring.

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Indeed he could come with a better strategy, but honestly we can say that pretty much about almost every antagonist. Devimon could easily kill all the Chosen Children when they were separated. Instead of sending his minions, he could attack them by himself. I am sure that at least half of them he would kill. Same is for example with Dark Masters. Instead of playing a chess game with Chosen Children, they would attack them and kill. Dark Masters were playing with CC, and they didn't took the battle seriously, and this is why they lost. Compared to Dark Masters Digimon Kaiser at least had ANY tactics.


I'll give him credit, he did have a strategy. Piedmon/Piemon and Machinedramon/Mugendramon were the most clever/strategic compared to their other two compadres, but they were pretty careless in their assaults.

Devimon had planned to kill them all, but he relied on his minions waaaaaaay too much. Not only that, but he was the sort of the intricate plan villain who plans out his attacks way too elaborately when he could easily eliminate them all. But he didn't and now he's dead. (Silly villain is silly)

The only problem I have with Ken as the Digimon Emperor/Kaiser was just some of the tactics feeling like he had the power of God, a similar thing that Superman had that made him my least favourite superhero:

"Haha! I have super strength and the power of flight!"
"Yeah, but I'm behind a wall. You'll never find where I'm hiding!"
"I see you with my X-ray vision!"
"...what?"
"And now I shall freeze you with my icy breath!"
"...okay seriously, where the hell are you coming up with those--"
"SUPERSPEED CLOBBERIN' TIME!!!"
"...if you're gonna play like this, then I'm leaving."
"Oh."

I guess it's the one digivice affecting everything that gets on my nerves, but I'll admit, the Virus-MetalGreymon fight and Ken at the end getting desperate with Chimeramon was pretty cool. That's all I really enjoyed in the season, aside from Ken himself.

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I also dislike much Daisuke. And Taichi. And Masaru. All of them aren't using their brains at all. Maybe because they don't have it. So yes, I will join Your hate club. :seth:


Hehehe, thanks but I kinda like Taichi. He's a dunderhead, but a lovable one. That, and he does learn his lesson at times. Case in point, after the SkullGreymon event.

As for Masaru... well I actually made a Digimon Trading card based around him for kicks. I'll submit it on the forums so we can all get a good laugh. But the character himself, he's ridiculous.

A friend of mind told me I was too soft about my mentioning of Davis, but I'm holding back my thoughts about him just a wee bit. Don't wanna be vulgar or mean on the forums, so let's just leave it as: I hate him and I'd break his teeth if I saw him.

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Well... I don't think that DW is very small. According to Koushirou from Advenure (if I recall correctly in the episode with that big battery and Centarumon or maybe somewhere later) the DW is same big, or maybe even a mirror, of RW. I think there would be a place for other Digidestined from other countries. But one thing I think it was wrong is the amount of Chosen Children. Firstly it was told that there is only 7 of them. Then Hikari came and she was 8th. Then Ken, and he was 9th. And then a bunch of them. And all of them, all, want to protect the Digital World...


Hmm, yes, I remembered it being mentioned that the Digital World was a mirror of the real world. The only thing that gets me is that there aren't that many huge continents in the digital world except maybe Server. I wouldn't doubt there are other land masses that are roughly the size of the Americas, Europe and Asia, but the only ones that were known were File Island and the Server Continent.

I could get Ken and Hikari/Kari being Chosen Children, and more coming along the road was all right, but the fact that everyone and their brother and sister were destined to save the world with partner Digimon kinda made it ridiculous.

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This episode, I even still remember its title - His Master's Voice - was a smile to Howard Phillips Lovecraft and his Cthulhu mythology. I must say that it was one of my favorites episodes in Zero Two. Along with the one with Wizarmon's ghost.


Wizarmon/Wizardmon's cameo in the season was pretty nice, even if it was brief. Mysterious, but I enjoyed it.

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And Dagomon (personally I am calling him per Cthulhumon) indeed appeared later as "Undersea Master" in Xros Wars. ;)


Well it's cool that Cthulumon (...you know what? I'll join in and call him that as well!) showed up in Xros Wars. Shame he didn't show up in 02, as it would've justified the beach plot and everything. Felt a bit underwhelming to go through such a cool, bizarre and interesting episode only to not hear from it again in that season. That's my complaint about it, but I'm glad that you enjoyed that episode!
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Tamers is a definite favorite due to the deconstructionism that the show displayed. I also enjoyed the characters of season 3 the most, but Adventure 01 was definitely the best as a kids show. The worst is much more challenging due to a competition between what I consider to be the worst two seasons. Seasons two and frontier were both quite awful. 2 had characters that I found to be more irritating than interesting, and did not include the same dynamic that 1 had done so well. Despite this, Frontier is worst between the two. While 02 was irritating, Frontier was just unbelievably dull. The characters added in frontier provided little interest, and were also beaten down by the villains far more often than in other seasons. This becomes especially apparent in the painfully paced last arc of the show in which I skipped episodes to get through it. 02 may have been painful, but it still had a luster to it that made me enjoy it enough. It showed about the same amount of quality as the movie based on it which wasn't particularly good. All in all Tamers was the best and Frontier was the worst.
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