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Digimon Adventure Season 1 (English Dub) Blu-ray

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SKU: 875707030120

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About Digimon Adventure Season 1 (English Dub) Blu-ray

Digimon Adventure Season 1 (English Dub) Blu-ray contains episodes 1-54 of the English language episodes directed by Hiroyuki Kakudou.



When seven young kids go to camp for the summer, they never expect to find themselves whisked away to a world populated by Digital Monsters! In this strange Digital World, the kids must unlock the power within themselves if they hope to Digivolve their Digimon friends into new, more powerful forms and defeat the evil that threatens both worlds! From the dreaded Devimon and his Black Gears on File Island, to back in Tokyo to battle the vampire lord Myotismon from locating the Eighth DigiDestined child, then a face-off against the menace of the Dark Masters - all in this complete collection of the first season of Digimon: Digital Monsters, the hit series that defined the childhoods of anime fans around the world!


  • Publisher: DISCOTEK
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Adventure, Battles, Powers
  • Age Rating: ALL
  • Run Time: 1100
  • Year Created: 1999
  • Release Date: 12/27/2022
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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5 star rating out of 5

The Definitive Way to Watch Digimon Adventure!


The first full modern HD remaster of Digimon is here! Discotek did an absolutely stunning job upscaling the visuals and manually fixing the many, many video issues with the original release. The people behind this project clearly cared about making a high-quality remaster while staying fateful to the original fox airing of Digimon many of us grew up with. There's even a ton of old concept art and promos included as extras. Digimon Adventure has never looked this good and I'm so happy fans now have a convenient way to watch the original Digimon! I sincerely hope this sells well enough for the other season of Digimon to get the same treatment.

It's important to note that this release does not include the Japanese language version (that will be released at a later date separately)

5 star rating out of 5

Season 1 Blu-ray is fantastic

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The show looks so clear! I've watched up to the start of the Myotismon arc so far, and everything has been very high quality. I love the work that they did with this to make it, honestly, the best way to watch the original Digimon dub! The cover art shown here with Tai & Agumon is actually the slipcover art. The art on the front of the actual Blu-ray case has all of the main characters! I hope Discotek can release the other seasons, and if so, I can hardly wait (most likely 2 more years) for Season 3 (Tamers). That is my favorite in the series!

5 star rating out of 5

An Amazing Job!


I was really skeptical about this remaster, given how i've seen others try to attempt the same quality with other shows on bluray. but wow this remaster for the late 90's dub of Digimon looks like a brand new show! quite literally the quality is 1080p with no blurred lines like what we saw on the first dvd releases of this set back several years ago. the image quality is by far amazing for such an old show and for what they used. this set only includes the english dub as it was pretty censored and edited so much that you can't just apply the japanese dub over it. if your a digimon fan, this is THE set to get for the first season. show your support and buy this set so that we can guarantee seasons 2-6! Someone tell Discotek Media to do the same with the original DiC dub of seasons 1 and 2 of Sailor Moon please!

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A digi-nomenal upgrade to this classic series!

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This is a great new release for digimon. Have watched most of the set and this is a really nice upgrade. The only issue I have noticed is their is a glitch on episode 39 where a 6 sec scene from the previous episode is accidentally inserted. Besides this I have not noticed anything really wrong with the release. Really hope they release 02, Tamers, Frontier and Data Squad soon.

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A promising (and comically appropriate) use for AI

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One of the most exciting parts of this release was that this was the first time Discotek got to use the AstroRes upscaling AI they had gushed about before finding the film elements for Project A-ko. Having been able to see it for myself: this could be the holy grail for getting HD versions of digitally-produced-in-SD anime in a few years... but it's not quite perfect yet. In most cases, the image is more vibrant and cleaner than it's ever looked, but sometimes- almost exclusively in wide shots- it can't make out the finer details in the image, and the results are smudged weirdness. Honestly, if the show didn't have so many instances of hanging on a wide shot for an extended period of time, I may have never noticed.

That all being said, I'm not knocking any points off for this release, because this is still easily the best way to watch Digimon as it aired on TV back in the day, and hopefully the release of the Japanese version will be even better.