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An animated series based on the popular children's toy "Digimon", in which kids raise electronic monsters to fight against those raised by other kids. The show follows the adventures of a team of real monster trainers as they travel about honing their skills and facing challenges from rival trainers.
Brian Keith Beacock (born March 29, 1966 in Hayward, California, USA) is an American television and film actor and a voice actor in anime and video games. He is perhaps best known for playing Byonko in Zatch Bell!, Takato Matsuki in Digimon Tamers, and Yamato Delgado in Battle B-Daman.
David Richard Paul Wittenberg (born September 1, 1971) is a prolific South African-born American voice actor for video games and anime with nearly 100 titles to his credit. While Wittenberg was born in a hospital in South Africa, he was primarily raised in Boston. He is also a script writer for some dubbed anime whose work includes episodes of the Digimon television series and narrates many documentaries and specials for the Travel Channel and the Food Network. Some of his aliases include Dave Lelyveld and Dave Whittenburg.
Bridget Hoffman is an American voice actress, ADR director and script writer in the Los Angeles area who works with Bang Zoom! Entertainment. She has provided voices for a number of English language versions of Japanese anime films and television series, usually under an alias such as Ruby Marlowe, Serena Kolb, or Tessa Ariel. Some of her notable roles include Belldandy in some of the early Oh My Goddess films, Mizuho Kazami in Please Teacher, and Shinobu Maehara in Love Hina.
Melissa Fahn (born April 28, 1973) is an American voice/stage actress and singer for anime dubs, cartoon series, Broadway and Los Angeles Theatre.
This season really had the most realistic approach to a world where Digimon may be real.
While this is nice enough considering the lack of additional DVD features, the real bonus for fans is the inclusion of a 32 page booklet with the set.
It's can be bitter and awful, and the people you love may do bad things for good reasons, or that the ones you love will die unjustly.
While a little dated, the episodes are sure to please. I hate that the producers did not continue with the digi-evolution of tamers and digimon.Published 8 days ago by Todd
Season 3 rocks! Digimon Tamers 4 lyfe!
The episodes are all there in shiny packaging and are good quality. Watched it the whole way through without a hitch.
Bought as a present for a friend. She loved it. A lot of people consider it the best out of the Digimon series that are currently out.Published 1 month ago by Julianne Borgardt
A large number of people my age have fond memories of the Digimon series, mostly Digimon Adventure (1 and 2). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Connor
What can I say tamers was one of the best season's followed by the first two they don't make show's like this any more they don't even have Saturday morning toons anymore just sad... Read morePublished 2 months ago by omar Palacios
Digimon Tamers sets itself apart from the other Digimon series for a few key reasons, the most notable is the dark tone the series takes after episode 34:... Read more
This is my favorite of the Digimon series, I tried watching the others, but none of them really had the same draw as this one.Published 4 months ago by David Kubota
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|Any word on the 4th season being on DVD yet?||
Digimon Frontier: The Complete Fourth Season, DVD SET & Digimon Adventure: Volume 4 DVD 3pk. will be released on September 10th. Read More
May 22, 2013 by L.W. | See all 3 posts
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I'm curious too, all I can think of is that both sets that I've gotten, an initial purchase and a replacement, have had a problem with the last scene of episode 29 in which leomon's text gets slightly garbled. since it's on both copies I've recieved maybe it's just poor transfers.
Jun 25, 2013 by Silver Stillman | See all 2 posts