Digimon Season 1 Digimon Adventure DVD
About Digimon Season 1 Digimon Adventure DVD
Digimon Adventure complete collection contains episodes 1-54 plus a 40-page booklet featuring the original seven characters.
Seven children from Japan are suddenly thrust into a strange dimension called the "Digital World" while they are at summer camp. During their adventure, Tai, Matt, Sora, Izzy, Mimi, Joe, and T.K. discover that they are in a land where digital creatures called Digimon dwell. Befriending seven Digimon, the children learn that they have the ability to help their partners digitally evolve (digivolve) into stronger, more powerful forms that can combat enemies for a short amount of time. Setting off on their journey, the children start searching for a way home.
Special Features: Photo Gallery with Over 200 Images and Sketches.
Spoken Languages: English.
- Publisher: CINEDIGM
- Media: DVD
- Spoken Language: English
- Subtitle Language: None
- Genre: Action
- Themes: Adventure, Battles, Supernatural
- Age Rating: 10+
- Run Time: 1260
- Release Date: 10/9/2012
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: 1
Ratings & Reviews
A childhood memory well invested.
When I found out that Right Stuf!, was going to be selling the first season of Digimon, I was quite estatic and placed my pre-order ASAP. Once it shipped the package the eight disc collection came in was about the size of some multi-disc game cases on ease to access disc holders. Depending on what type of TV you use, or it could of been me not remembering the graphical issues from the mid-ninety's airing of the series, the images in certain scenes will look 'blurred' but not to the point you can't tell that it's from the production run from it's masters from back in the day. Overall the series is a good watch and you get to see some classic 'I'm screwed' moments from the baddies in this series and mind you this is a kid friendly series.
One of the best series to ever be brought to America
Digimon was one of the best series to ever be brought to the States. It was heartfelt, sincere, and full of good old-fashioned (albeit pun laden and corny) humor. Hopefully, the good folks will release season two and season three respectively! That will be a wonderful investment for my collection as well!
Change Into Digital Champions
Digimon Season 1 is a unique show. While the concept began as part of a corporate sales engine, it managed to break free of all the trappings therein. The human characters are different from one another and enjoyable in their own right. The digital monsters themselves are visually interesting and given more personality than base beasts. The animation can be fuzzy at times and the dub, while more than sufficient for the job, may leave you wondering where the japanese audio with subtitles is. If you throw any of these disks into your video player and sit down with a little time to spare, you won't regret it. The quality is consistent throughout. If you're up for a challenge, while this show is on your screen, sit back and try not to feel like a child again. It's a simple yet powerful story, told in an unassuming manner, and in the form of a company sponsored nanopet toy craze cash in, but there's more to this work than your first impression might venture you to guess.
bare bones but a great time
This was a nostalgia trip taking me back to the year 2000, while the features are a little bare bones I have no complaints about it.