DIGIMON FRONTIER (デジモンフロンティア, Dejimon Furontia),
known outside Japan as the fourth season of DIGIMON: DIGITAL MONSTERS,
is the fourth anime television series produced by
The series aired in Japan between April 7, 2002 and March 30, 2003,
with an English-language version, produced by
Sensation Animation ,
airing in North America between 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
* 1 Plot
* 1.1 Act 1 ( episodes 1-33 ) * 1.2 Act 2 ( episode 34-38 ) * 1.3 Act 3 ( episode 39-50 )
* 2 Characters
* 2.1 Main characters
* 3 Media
* 4 References * 5 External links
Long ago, a group of ten
ACT 1 ( EPISODES 1-33 )
There, these five Digi-Destined find their respective Human Spirits and "Spirit Evolve" into Digimon, the Legendary Warriors. However, while finding their respective Beast Spirits, the five find themselves hunted by five other Legendary Warriors that serve Cherubimon (for five of these spirits were given to the care of Cherubimon before his corruption). After they defeat four of them (JP destroys one, another loses his Beast Spirit to Koji and is destroyed by Duskmon for being useless, Zoe destroys another and Takuya destroys the last one), Koji Minamoto discovers that Duskmon, the fifth evil Legendary Warrior, is really his twin brother Koichi Kimura. With Takuya Kanbara's help, Koji is able to free his brother, and Koichi restores the Spirits of Darkness to their true forms and joins the team as the true Warrior of Darkness, Löwemon.
ACT 2 ( EPISODE 34-38 )
The DigiDestined arrive at the Rose Morning Star and find Ophanimon, trapped, who teaches them of Cherubimon's past and the war. Cherubimon then shows up and fights the lot. Proving to be too powerful for the DigiDestined, he steals all of their D-Tectors except Zoe's, who is still fighting to the very end as Zephyrmon. Just as Cherubimon is about to destroy Zephyrmon, Ophanimon breaks out of her imprisonment and sacrifices herself to save Zephyrmon and retrieve the others' D-Tectors. The children then discover that Ophanimon upgraded Takuya's and Koji's D-Tectors with her last bit of strength to allow them to Unity Spirit Evolve into EmperorGreymon and MagnaGarurumon, respectively. After using these new evolutions to defeat Cherubimon, the DigiDestined learn that the true mastermind is the very evil the Ancient Warriors sealed away within the Digital World's core, Lucemon.
ACT 3 ( EPISODE 39-50 )
So now the six DigiDestined must try to defeat the two Royal Knights,
Dynasmon and Crusadermon who were sent by Lucemon to scan all of the
Digital world's data to complete his rebirth. Ultimately Takuya and
Koji succeed in defeating the two evil knights as well as three
SkullSatamon (who also serve Lucemon), but not before they destroy and
scan the whole digital world and free Lucemon (who scans the Royal
Knights after the DigiDestined defeat them, allowing him to evolve to
a more powerful form than he was before). At this point, after
defeating Takuya and Koji as EmperorGreymon and MagnaGarurumon,
Lucemon destroys the Digital World's moons. He then began opening a
portal to the real world: a portal that leads to the underground train
station in which the DigiDestined were brought. He is confronted by
the Digidestined who try to attack him with a multi hit tactic,
fighting together as a complete team. However Lucemon ends up killing
Koichi (who sacrificed himself to save the others). Forming the
ultimate Legendary Warrior
The children go back to the real world and find that an hour hasn't even passed since they left (only a 1/2 hour at most). They find Koichi, who they discover was only in the Digital World for having been in a coma by falling down a flight of stairs. He then wakes up when Koji arrives and the kids' D-Tectors heal him before turning back into cell phones, leading everyone into living happily ever after by having the events of the Digital World change them forever.
CHARACTER VOICE ACTOR
Leader of the group. Uses the Human Spirit of Fire to become Agunimon (Agnimon) and the Beast Spirit of Flame to become BurningGreymon (Vritramon). He later received the power to assume the forms of Aldamon (Ardhamon) and EmperorGreymon (KaiserGreymon).
The main female member of this series, and is very independent. Uses the Human Spirit of Wind to become Kazemon (Fairymon) and the Beast Spirit of Wind to become Zephyrmon (Shutumon).
JUNPEI "J.P." SHIBAYAMA Shibayama Junpei (柴山純平) Do-Yeong Ahn Steven Blum (EN) Masato Amada (JP) In-Sook Han (KO) Noel Escondo (FIL)
The oldest of the group. Uses the Human Spirit of Thunder to become Beetlemon (Blitzmon) and the Beast Spirit of Thunder to become MetalKabuterimon (Bolgmon).
The youngest of the group. Uses the Human Spirit of Ice, to become Kumamon (Chakmon) and the Beast Spirit of Ice to become Korikakumon (Blizzarmon).
He was quiet and reserved, the "lone wolf." Uses the Human Spirit of Light to become Lobomon (Wolfmon) and the Beast Spirit of Light to become KendoGarurumon (Garmmon). He later received the power to become Beowolfmon (Beowulfmon) and MagnaGarurumon.
Koji's twin brother. He and Koji were separated as babies when their parents divorced. Originally suffered from amnesia and became Duskmon/Velgemon, an enemy to the others, but later became purified. Uses the Human Spirit of Darkness to become Löwemon and the Beast Spirit of Darkness to become JägerLöwemon (KaiserLeomon).
The series, produced by
The opening theme song used for the series which was first broadcast
in Japan is the song "FIRE!!" by
Kōji Wada . Two different songs were
used for the end themes, one for the first twenty-six episodes, and
the other which covered the rest. For the first ending theme, the song
"Innocent ~Mujaki na Mama de~"
(イノセント〜無邪気なままで〜, Inosento ~Mujaki na Mama
de~, "Innocent (Remain Innocent)") by
Kōji Wada was used. The second
ending theme song was entitled "an Endless tale" which was done by
Kōji Wada and Ai Maeda . In addition to the theme songs four insert
songs were used for the series these include; "With the Will" by Kōji
Wada , "The Last Element" by Ayumi , "Salamander" by
This audio drama takes place during and after their adventures in the Digital World. The children find a mailbox and decide to write letters to the people they care about, expressing things that they normally cannot say.
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