Digimon Frontier

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Digimon Frontier , known as Digimon: Digital Monsters in English-speaking territories, is the fourth anime television series of the Digimon franchise, produced by Toei Animation. Unlike the first three series, the main characters, the DigiDestined... read more
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Digimon Frontier , known as Digimon: Digital Monsters in English-speaking territories, is the fourth anime television series of the Digimon franchise, produced by Toei Animation. Unlike the first three series, the main characters, the DigiDestined merge with ancient spirits known as "Legendary Warriors" to become Digimon themselves, instead of training. Like Digimon Tamers, the climax features any human fusing each partner as a Mega form. The series aired in Japan from April 7, 2002 to March 30, 2003, with an English-language version, produced by Sensation Animation, airing in North America from September 9, 2002 to July 14, 2003. It was the last season to use the Digital Monsters title as subsequent series, beginning with Digimon Data Squad and using unique localized titles.

Original Release

04/07/2002

Cast

Sawa Ishige Izumi Orimoto (voice)
Michael Shitanda Junpei Shibarama (voice) (as Masato Amada)
Junko Takeuchi Takuya Kanbara
Masami Kikuchi Narrator
Rica Fukami Ofanimon (voice)
Kazuko Sugiyama Bokomon (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe Tomoki Himi (voice)
Junichi Sugawara Papa Burgemon
Katsuyuki Konishi Pidmon
Hiroshi Kamiya Kouji Minamoto
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 All Aboard Sunday, 07 April 2002
2 Lobomon: Warrior of Light Sunday, 14 April 2002
3 Kumamon Baby, Light My Fire Sunday, 21 April 2002
4 Kazemon Kicks It Sunday, 28 April 2002
5 Ladies and Gentlemen: The Beetlemon Sunday, 05 May 2002
6 A Molehilll Out of a Mountain Sunday, 12 May 2002
7 Island of Misfit Boys Sunday, 19 May 2002
8 The Odd One Out Sunday, 26 May 2002
9 Welcome to My Nightmare Sunday, 02 June 2002
10 Can't Keep a Grumblemon Down Sunday, 09 June 2002
11 A Hunka Hunka Burning Greymon Sunday, 16 June 2002
12 Fear and Loathing in Los Arboles Sunday, 23 June 2002
13 Better an Egg Than an Egg Shell Sunday, 30 June 2002
14 No Wahmon Sunday, 14 July 2002
15 Beastie Girl Sunday, 21 July 2002
16 The Swiss Family Digimon Sunday, 28 July 2002
17 Bizarre Bazaar Sunday, 04 August 2002
18 Choo Choo! the Trailmon Race! Sunday, 11 August 2002
19 Save the Burgemon! Tomoki's Pure Heart! Sunday, 01 December 2002
20 From Dawn to Duskmon Sunday, 25 August 2002
21 Darkest Before Duskmon Sunday, 01 September 2002
22 Home Again, Takuya Returns Sunday, 08 September 2002
23 Sockit Takuya Sunday, 15 September 2002
24 Alone But Never Alone Sunday, 22 September 2002
25 The Dark Heart of Friendship Sunday, 29 September 2002
26 Zoe's Unbelievable Adventure Sunday, 06 October 2002
27 Stuck in Sakkakumon Sunday, 13 October 2002
28 Darkness Before the Dawn Sunday, 20 October 2002
29 Phantasmagoric Sakkakumon Sunday, 27 October 2002
30 O Brother, Who Art Thou? Sunday, 03 November 2002
31 Workin' on the Train Gang Sunday, 10 November 2002
32 My Brother in Spirit Sunday, 17 November 2002
33 Ne'er the Twins Shall Meet Sunday, 24 November 2002
34 Operation Free Ophanimon Sunday, 01 December 2002
35 Takuya and Koji's Evolution Revolution Sunday, 08 December 2002
36 Ice Ice Baby Sunday, 15 December 2002
37 Cherubimania Sunday, 22 December 2002
38 It Can't Be! Lucemon Reappears Sunday, 05 January 2003
39 The Man in the Moon Is You Sunday, 12 January 2003
40 Erabareshi Mono!? Enjemon o Ayatsuru Shounen! Sunday, 19 January 2003
41 Jerks and the Beanstock Sunday, 26 January 2003
42 Glean Eggs and Scram Sunday, 02 February 2003
43 Bad to the Bones Sunday, 09 February 2003
44 Now You See It, Now You Don't Sunday, 16 February 2003
45 All Aboard the Tag Team Express Sunday, 23 February 2003
46 To Make the World Go Away Sunday, 02 March 2003
47 When Knights Fall Sunday, 09 March 2003
48 The Brothers Yin And Yang Sunday, 16 March 2003
49 Lucemon on the Loose Sunday, 23 March 2003
50 End of the Line Sunday, 30 March 2003

Cast

Sawa Ishige Izumi Orimoto (voice)
Michael Shitanda Junpei Shibarama (voice) (as Masato Amada)
Junko Takeuchi Takuya Kanbara
Masami Kikuchi Narrator
Rica Fukami Ofanimon (voice)
Kazuko Sugiyama Bokomon (voice)
Kumiko Watanabe Tomoki Himi (voice)
Junichi Sugawara Papa Burgemon
Katsuyuki Konishi Pidmon
Hiroshi Kamiya Kouji Minamoto
Fumihiko Tachiki Cerberumon (voice)
Jōji Nakata WereGarurumon
Yukiko Hanioka Poyomon (voice)
Hitoshi Bifu Trailmon: Angler (voice)
Mari Adachi Mama Burgemon
Eiji Yanagisawa Trailmon: Worm (voice)
Miwa Matsumoto Kokuwamon
Hiroyuki Kawamoto Raremon (voice)
Daisuke Ishikawa Armadimon
Kaori Uotani Pagumon (voice)
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