There’s been a recent interest in what’s known as “birthday cocktails” in Japan (aimed for woman), which tells you based on your birthday: your cocktail, color, and personality. I translated it for fun.
Some of these cocktails are Japan-based, so if you can’t find what the contents of your cocktail are and wish to know, I can find the recipe for you.
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Staff credits for “Digimon Frontier”. If you browsed the staff credits of the earlier three series, you’ll see a lot of familiar names in this one. Like, a lot.
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Part 3/5 of Digimon series staff credits, this one listing details for “Digimon Tamers”.
This series beats the rest with the largest number of insert songs.
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The staff list of people who worked on “Digimon Adventure Zero Two”, mostly written for my own benefit. *cough*
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I composed a detailed list of the major staff that worked on “Digimon Adventure” a few months ago for a project, and now I’ve posted it up here to share. Just goes to show I’m just that
much of a loser anal of a person.
I hope it helps you to appreciate the individual styles that encompass the entire series, though. You’ll also see that it isn’t just the voice actors and music artists who participate across series, which I thought was interesting.
“Unlisted Credits” here are a list of character voices that didn’t get into the official credits, but I’m going to credit them anyway. These lists are going to be added/deleted to as time goes on, when I find the time to re-watch episodes. They’re definitely not final right now.
Last of all, I’ve also found this→ convenient widget on the right side here called “Email Subscription” that you can use to be notified through email when I update. I’m not really sure if it’s working properly, so let me know! (Please be aware that not everything I update will be Digimon).
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