Digimon (デジモン, branded as Digimon: Digital Monsters, stylized as DIGIMON), short for “Digital Monsters” (デジタルモンスター), is a Japanese media franchise encompassing virtual pet toys, anime, manga, video games, films and a trading card game. The franchise focuses on Digimon creatures, which are monsters living in a “Digital World”, a parallel universe that originated from Earth’s various communication networks. In many incarnations, Digimon are raised by humans called “Digidestined” or “Tamers”, and they team up to defeat evil Digimon and human villains who are trying to destroy the fabric of the Digital world.
The franchise was first created in 1997 as a series of virtual pets, akin to—and influenced in style by—the contemporary Tamagotchi or nano Giga Pet toys. The creatures were first designed to look cute and iconic even on the devices’ small screens. The franchise gained momentum with its first anime incarnation, Digimon Adventure, and an early video game, Digimon World, both released in 1999. Several seasons of the anime and films based on them have aired.
[Apr 25, 2001] ED1: AiM – My Tomorrow
[Aug 01, 2001] Best Tamers 1 Matsuda Takato & Guilmon
[Aug 01, 2001] Best Tamers 2 Makino Ruki & Renamon
[Aug 01, 2001] Best Tamers 3 Li Jianliang & Terriermon
[Nov 29, 2001] Best Tamers 4 Katou Juri & Leomon
[Nov 29, 2001] Best Tamers 5 Akiyama Ryo & Cyberdramon
[Feb 28, 2002] Best Tamers 6 Shiota Hirokazu & Guardromon
[Feb 28, 2002] Best Tamers 7 Kitagawa Kenta & Marine Angemon
[Feb 28, 2002] Best Tamers 8 Lee Shaochung & Lopmon
Digimon Adventure tri.
[Nov 25, 2015] 「I wish～tri.Version～」 / AiM
[Nov 25, 2015] Ayumi Miyazaki – Brave Heart ~Tri.Version~
[Nov 25, 2015] Koji Wada – Butter-fly ~Tri Version
[Mar 30, 2016] Koji Wada – Seven~tri.Version~
[Sep 21, 2016] Knife of Day – Boku ni totte
[Feb 22, 2017] AiM – keep on ~tri.Version~