"Digimon: monsters who are born in the Digital World. Although they're made up of data, they can also cry, laugh, and fight like we do. They're our important friends! Let's gather up as many teammates as we can! Come along with us in our adventure through this world!"


Digimon Fusion (デジモンクロスウォーズ Dejimon Kurosu Wōzu?, lit. "Digimon Xros Wars", pronounced "Digimon Cross Wars"), is the sixth anime series in the Digimon franchise by Akiyoshi Hongo. It is divided into three seasons, with the second in Japan titled The Evil Death Generals and the Seven Kingdoms (悪のデスジェネラルと七人の王国 Aku no Desu Jeneraru to Nanajin no Oukoku?), and the third, which was skipped in the American English dub, titled The Young Hunters Who Leapt Through Time (時を駆ける少年ハンターたち Toki wo Kakeru Shounen Hantā-tachi?). The American English version simply names their two seasons as "Season One" and "Season Two". The series is available to be streamed on Pluto TV.

The third season is considered a separate series by Crunchyroll.[1]

It is the first Digimon anime series to not have an associated movie.

Its first episode aired on July 6, 2010 on TV Asahi,[2] making it the first season in the series to air on another network in Japan (Fuji Television aired all other seasons prior to Xros Wars). Just over three years after the end of the fifth season, a new sixth series was confirmed by Bandai for the Digimon anime. The official name of the series was revealed in the June issue of Shueisha's V-Jump magazine. The art style for the series is more like the first four seasons than that of Digimon Data Squad, and traditions such as the Goggles have been brought back. It is also the first Digimon series to be broadcast in Widescreen and in Hi-Def. Toei filed a trademark for a "Digimon Fusion Battles" with the US Patent and Trademark Office,[3] while Crunchyroll began pre-releasing English subbed versions on November 21, 2011.[4] Bandai announced in a press release on September 25, 2012 that it had acquired and would debut the series on October 8-11 at MIPCOM in Cannes, France.[5]

The premiere of Digimon Xros Wars in Japan coincided with the release of a broad range of merchandise, such as the Super Digica Taisen card game, the Digimon X Arena arcade game, the Digimon Xros Loader virtual pet, the Digimon Xros Figure Series toys, and a series of straps that were sold in capsule toy vending machines.[6] The name of The Young Hunters Who Leapt Through Time is a reference to the Japanese film, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time.

The series premiered in Malaysia on December 8, 2012 at 9am on Disney XD[citation needed], and premiered in the United States on September 7, 2013, on Nickelodeon.[7]

On February 24, 2014, the UK began airing Digimon Fusion on CITV, finishing its first run on April 2, then returned on April 28 to finish the series. When it finished, CITV began airing reruns on weekends, eventually ending on August 17 [citation needed]. On February 16, 2015, CITV started to re-air the series from the start again [citation needed]. On July 5, 2015, a one-off morning weekend slot was dedicated to the series[citation needed].

The third season was a nominee for the 2012 International Emmy Kids Awards for "Best Animation", but lost to The Amazing World of Gumball.[8]


Casting of staffs and voice actors for Digimon Xros Wars was largely influenced by Gegege no Kitarō (2007) and Hakaba Kitarō (2008).[9][10]

Due to impacts from the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers and as a part of Toei's promotion for upcoming Hollywood adaptation of Dragon Ball, release of DragonBall Kai was decided and Gegege no Kitarō in 2007 was discontinued, resulting in Digimon Xros Wars's transfer to TV Asahi's timeslot as the show was originally planned to release in the 9AM slot after Gegege no Kitarō (see here for more details).[11]

Plot summary[]

Digimon Fusion t
English logo
Digimon Xros Wars Logo
Japanese logo

Multiple armies are fighting for dominance of the Digital World. Fusion Fighters, Blue Flare, Midnight, and the Bagra Army are each searching for the 108 Code Crowns that grant control of Zones, fractured pieces of the Digital World, and whoever gathers all of the Code Crowns will be able to combine them into their original, complete form and be able to bend the entire Digital World to their will. The Bagra Army's goal is to transform the Digital World into a hellish realm of suffering, and the Fusion Fighters, led by Mikey Kudo, must stop them.

Digimon Fusion (2010)

Mikey decides to help Shoutmon, and together with their friends, they form their own army, the "Fusion Fighters", departing to travel throughout the Digital World, collecting the Code Crowns. During their travels they meet many friendly Digimon who join their cause while facing the evil Digimon of the Bagra Army, including its three commanders-in-chief, Tactimon, Laylamon, and Blastmon. They also encounter rival armies Blue Flare, led by Christopher, and Midnight, secretly led by AxeKnightmon with Nene as a tool in his schemes. After Nene is rescued from AxeKnightmon, who created the Darkness Loader to perform DigiFuses without her help, she and her loyal companions also join the Fusion Fighters.

After all 108 Code Crowns were claimed, Tactimon manages to steal Mikey and Christopher's Code Crowns. Though Tactimon is defeated by the teamwork of the rival groups, Bagramon uses a dimensional warp to take the Code Crowns for himself, which sends Mikey, Angie, Jeremy, Shoutmon, and Tactimon, to Earth. With the Fusion Fighters disposed of, Bagramon is reunited with his brother AxeKnightmon as he begins his reign over the Digital World. On Earth, Tactimon attempts to wreak havoc before his attempts are thwarted by Mikey and Shoutmon, who uses the power of human emotions to digivolve and defeat Tactimon and then return to the Digital World with Mikey.

Digimon Fusion Season 2 (The Evil Death Generals and the Seven Kingdoms)

Upon returning to the Digital World, Mikey and Shoutmon learn that Bagramon had it remade into seven kingdoms, each ruled by a Dark General possessing their own Darkness Loader, and whom now collectively rule the Digital World. Reunited with their allies, Mikey and Nene convince Christopher to join forces with them, and they set out throughout the lands to challenge the Dark Generals and liberate the Digital World from their oppression. Along the way, they also try to discover the fate of Nene's lost brother, Ewan. As they fight their way deeper into the war, they learn that Ewan has actually joined AxeKnightmon and the Bagra Army out of a belief that in the Digital World he is free to let his fettered hostility out, but by the time the Fusion Fighters finally challenge the gestalt MegaDarknessBagramon, Ewan has realized the truth and joins them. Together with all the Digimon of the Digital World, they finally defeat MegaDarknessBagramon through Shoutmon X7F Superior Mode and restore the Digital World and Earth to a state of balance.

The Young Hunters Who Leapt Through Time

A year has passed since Mikey and his friends saved the Digital and Human Worlds from MegaDarknessBagramon. Now Digimon from DigiQuartz, a space between the worlds, are being corrupted by human hearts and causing trouble in the human world. Furthermore, a group of three Digimon Hunters are found to be fighting and capturing these Digimon. Once captured the Hunters can use them to digifuse with their partners to make them stronger so they can capture even stronger Digimon. Alongside their new friend Tagiru Akashi, Mikey Kudo and Ewan Amano get involved with the mysterious Digimon Hunt and become a team of Digimon Hunters themselves.[12] After demonstrating their worth hunting escaped Digimon, the Watchmaker reveals that the true purpose of the Hunt is to determine the best candidate to stand alongside legendary heroes from other universes and fight Quartzmon, an immensely powerful remnant of MegaDarknessBagramon's data.


For a list of episodes, see List of Digimon Fusion episodes

Digimon Xros Wars first aired on TV Asahi in Japan on July 6, 2010. Its second part, The Evil Death Generals and the Seven Kingdoms, began airing on April 3, 2011, and the third, The Young Hunters Who Leapt Through Time, began airing on October 2, 2011.


Digimon Fusion and The Evil Death Generals and the Seven Kingdoms[]

Fusion Fighters United Army[]

Screenshot Character Voice actor Digimon Voice actor
6-01 Analyzer-01 JP Mikey Kudo
Taiki Kudo (工藤 タイキ Kudō Taiki?)
(En:) Nick Roye
(Ja:) Minami Takayama
Fusion Fighters
Fusion Fighters United Army
(En:) Ben Diskin
(Ja:) Chika Sakamoto
A teenager chosen to wield the red Fusion Loader as the General of Fusion Fighters. He is very athletic but naive of his child prodigy abilities. He is unable to turn down a request for a favor or to help someone in need.
6-12 Analyzer-08 JP Nene Amano
Nene Amano (天野 ネネ Amano Nene?)
(En:) Melissa Fahn
(Ja:) Houko Kuwashima
A mysterious girl who was originally the general of Midnight, blackmailed by AxeKnightmon through her brother Ewan into helping him obtain the Darkness Loader. After being saved by Mikey once AxeKnightmon obtains the item, Nene joins the Fusion Fighters as her black Fusion Loader turns lavender.
6-12 Analyzer-11 JP Christopher Aonuma
Kiriha Aonuma (蒼沼 キリハ Aonuma Kiriha?)
(En:) Vic Mignogna
(Ja:) Takeshi Kusao
Blue Flare
A cold and calculating teenager chosen to wield the blue Fusion Loader as the General of the Blue Flare army. He sees Mikey as an important tool for his team but acts as a rival. Eventually, he and Blue Flare join forces with Fusion Fighters.
6-01 Analyzer-03 JP Angie Hinomoto
Akari Hinomoto (陽ノ本 アカリ Hinomoto Akari?)
(En:) Colleen O'Shaughnessy
(Ja:) Ryoko Shiraishi
Childhood friend of Mikey who is a year younger but acts like his big sister. She acts as the peacemaker for the Fusion Fighters.
6-01 Analyzer-04 JP Jeremy Tsurgi
Zenjirou Tsurugi (剣 ゼンジロウ Tsurugi Zenjirou?)
(En:) Derek Stephen Prince
(Ja:) Daisuke Kishio
Self proclaimed rival of Mikey who practices kendo and is very knowledgeable about machinery. He is also terrified of heights, much to his humiliation.

Bagra Army[]

Screenshot Character Voice actor Digimon Voice actor
6-37 Analyzer-03 JP Ewan Amano
Yuu Amano (天野 ユウ Amano Yuu?)
(En:) Cindy Robinson
(Ja:) Kanae Oki
Nene's younger brother, whom AxeKnightmon tricked into a partnership by having him believe the Digital World to be a game world where no one can actually get hurt. Becoming a sadistic boy, Ewan uses a Darkness Loader and takes his sister's place as Midnight's General.
  • Tuwarmon: An infiltration expert who AxeKnightmon assigned to serve as Ewan's bodyguard.

The Young Hunters Who Leapt Through Time[]

Xros Heart (basketball team)[]

Screenshot Character Voice actor Digimon Voice actor
Tagiru and Gumdramon Tagiru Akashi
(明石 タギル Akashi Tagiru?)
(Ja:) Marina Inoue Gumdramon
(Ja:) Kumiko Watanabe
Energetic and reckless, Tagiru is a boastful boy who always does things without thinking. Wielding the crimson Fusion Loader, he is a member of the new Xros Heart. His goal is to be better than Mikey, yet despite his rash behavior, he is willing to risk anything to protect his friends. Being straight-forward and a bit of an airhead, he easily becomes obsessed during a Hunt. He is in the same grade as Ewan.
Taiki and Shoutmon Mikey Kudo
Taiki Kudo (工藤 タイキ Kudō Taiki?)
(Ja:) Minami Takayama Shoutmon
(Ja:) Chika Sakamoto
A teenager who was chosen by Omnimon to stop the Bagra Army, by wielding the red Fusion Loader as the General of the old Fusion Fighters army. He is very athletic, and is a prodigy in his own right. He is unable to turn his back on someone in need and deeply values his friends, believing in the good in everyone. He is a legend in the Digimon community, known as the boy who conquered the Digital World. Mikey joins the Digimon Hunt, but is most concerned with stopping the Digimon rampages.
Ewan and Damemon Ewan Amano
Yuu Amano (天野 ユウ Amano Yuu?)
(Ja:) Kanae Oki Damemon
(Ja:) Masami Kikuchi
Nene's younger brother, who was once used as a pawn in AxeKnightmon's schemes against Bagramon by being tricked into believing the Digital World to be a game world devoid of suffering. Once he learned the truth, Ewan gained a yellow Fusion Loader and joined the Fusion Fighters United Army to help them fight MegaDarknessBagramon. He is a child prodigy and is more mature then Tagiru, causing him to easily become exasperated at his teammate's antics.
Allied Hunters
  • Hideaki Mashimo (真下 ヒデアキ Mashimo Hideaki?): A Digimon Hunter who hunts to earn funds to open a takoyaki shop. His Digimon partner is Dobermon.
  • Kiichi Funabashi (船橋 キイチ Kiichi Funabashi?): A classmate of Tagiru who loves trains and railroads. His Digimon Partner is Locomon. He often provides Xros Heart a means of transportation.

Other Hunters[]

Ryouma's team
Screenshot Character Voice actor Digimon Voice actor
Ryouma and Psychemon Ryoma Mogami
(最上 リョウマ Mogami Ryouma?)
(Ja:) Tetsuya Kakihara Psychemon
(Ja:) Takahiro Sakurai
The calculating, calm, and somewhat menacing leader of the Hunter team which also includes Ren and Airu. He is interested in the legendary Mikey and his involvement in the Digimon Hunt, as well as observing Tagiru's progress. He hunts for the strongest digimon but will simply walk away if they prove too weak for his liking or are uncontrollable. He appears to be very familiar with the Watchmaker. He has a green Fusion Loader.
Ren and Dracmon Ren Tobari
(戸張 レン Tobari Ren?)
(Ja:) Houko Kuwashima Dracmon
(Ja:) Daisuke Kishio
Cold, manipulative, and dedicated to the Hunt, Ren holds some admiration for Mikey but won't hesitate to deceive others to help his cause. He is the most reserved of his team's trio but like Airu he only collects certain kinds of Digimon, ones he deems as "rarest." He does not hesitate to inflict cruel or even crafty means in order to capture his prey. He wields a grey Fusion Loader.
Airu and Opossummon Airu Suzaki
(洲崎 アイル Suzaki Airu?)
(Ja:) Megumi Han Opossummon
(Ja:) Ryoko Shiraishi
A sassy, selfish, and bratty girl who has no shame in flirting to get what she wants when she wants it and is the wielder of a pink Fusion Loader. Airu enjoys collecting "cute" Digimon to the point of obsession, even getting jealous when her prey is taken from her. In addition to being a master at making traps for capturing Digimon, Airu disregards the rules of the game and will steal Digimon she finds cute from other Hunters. She develops a crush on Ewan.
Ken's team


The threat that Quartzmon posed was so great that DigiDestined, Tamers, DATS agents, and the like had to be brought from other universes in order to combat Quartzmon on multiple fronts. The purpose of the Digimon Hunt was to pick a Hunter Representative to join the greatest heroes of the multiverse in the final battle against Quartzmon with the fate of all creation at stake.

Other characters[]

  • Watchmaker (時計屋のおやじ Tokeiya no Oyaji?): The owner of a clock shop who presides over Digimon Hunts and gives Fusion Loaders to Hunters. His Digimon Partner is Clockmon.
  • Angie Hinomoto (陽ノ本 アカリ Hinomoto Akari?): A childhood friend of Mikey who is a year younger but acts like his big sister. She was a member of the Fusion Fighters during the war against the Bagra Army, but now lives in a different city. Her partners are Dorulumon and Cutemon.
  • Jeremy Tsurgi (剣 ゼンジロウ Tsurugi Zenjirou?): A self-proclaimed rival of Mikey who practices kendo and is very knowledgeable about machinery. He was a member of Fusion Fighters during the war against the Bagra Army. His partner is Ballistamon.
  • Nene Amano (天野 ネネ Amano Nene?): Ewan's sister and a former ally of Mikey's during the war against the Bagra Army. She is now acting as an idol in Hong Kong. Her Digimon Partners are Sparrowmon and Mervamon.
  • Quartzmon: The creator of DigiQuartz and the ultimate purpose of the Digimon Hunt is to hunt him.



Sources compiled at Digimon Fusion/Appendices/Cast.

Voice Actor Role(s)
Asami Sanada Spadamon
Bin Shimada Jijimon
Mr. Sugimoto[13]
Binbin Takaoka Scorpiomon commander
Chika Sakamoto OmegaShoutmon
Shoutmon X4
Shoutmon X5
Shoutmon X7
Chinami Nishimura Lopmon
Chō Pharaohmon
Cocoro Kikuchi Chikurimon[14]
Midori Miike
Monitamon D
Piximon 1
Daisuke Kishio Blastmon
Guard B
Student A
Zenjirou Tsurugi
Daisuke Sakaguchi Iguneetmon
Eiji Takemoto Marsmon
Fumiko Inoue Coronamon
Cutemon Mama
Haruo Satou Monzaemon commander
Hideyuki Hori Dorbickmon
Hideyuki Tanaka Apollomon
Apollomon Whispered
Hikaru Midorikawa Splashmon
Hiroaki Miura BlueMeramon
Hiroko Ushida Junior High School Girl 2
Turuiemon A[15]
Hiromi Konno Lunamon
Hiromu Miyazaki Sagittarimon
Houko Kuwashima Nene Amano
Taiki's Mother
Ren Tobari
Ichitarō Ai Bukamon
Gizamon commander
Joji Yanami Karatenmon
Junko Minagawa Revolmon
Jyurohta Kosugi DarkKnightmon
Kanae Oki Yuu Amano
Kazue Ikura LadyDevimon commander
Kazuki Yao Zamielmon
Keiichi Kuwabara Gerbemon
Keiichi Nanba Pinochimon
Keiichiro Yamamoto Gorillamon
Keiji Hirai Wendimon
Keisuke Baba Cutemon Papa
Keita Toide Vilemon 2
Kenji Akabane Anubimon
Centalmon A
Grizzlymon 1
Meramon A[16]
MetalMamemon B
Police officer
Scorpiomon 1
Taiki's teammate
Troopmon 1
Vilemon A[17]
Kentaro Ito Huanglongmon
Kiyoyuki Yanada AncientVolcanomon
Kōji Yada Deckerdramon[18]
Kouhei Fukuhara Brakedramon
Kouzou Shioya Olegmon
Kumiko Watanabe Gumdramon
Mari Yaguchi Panbachimon
Marina Inoue Tagiru Akashi
Masaharu Satoh Gargomon
Masaki Terasoma Knightmon
Masami Kikuchi Damemon[19]
Akari's Father
Monitamon Elder
Masato Obara Hangyomon commander
Megumi Han Airu Suzaki
Baseball Club Member
Baseball Club Player
Employee B
Megumi Urawa Dracomon
Michitaka Kobayashi Angemon
Miho Saiki LadyDevimon A[20]
Miku Yoshikawa Kiriha's Mother
Minami Takayama Taiki Kudo
Mitsuaki Madono Neptunemon
Moriya Endou Kiriha's Father
Nobuo Tobita MadLeomon
Nobuotoshi Canna Examon
Nobuyuki Hiyama SlashAngemon
Nozomu Sasaki GranLocomon
Osamu Ryuuyani WaruMonzaemon
Rumi Kasahara Lilamon
Ryoko Shiraishi Akari Hinomoto
Ryotaro Okiayu Grademon
Ryuzaburou Ohtomo Setmon
Seirou Agino Doumon
Shigeru Nakahara Gravimon
Shinichi Yamada Seahomon
Shiori Mikami Kokomon 1
Show Hayami Wisemon
Taiki Matsuno Lucemon
Takahiro Sakurai Astamon
Takashi Nagasako Musyamon
Takaya Kuroda NeoVamdemon
Takeshi Kusao Kiriha Aonuma
Old Clock Shop Man
Tetsu Inada Kongoumon
Tetsuya Kakihara Ryoma Mogami
Tomohisa Asō SkullMeramon
Tomohisa Hashizume Bacomon 3
Boy C
Centalmon C
Cheer Squad Leader
Devidramon A
Goblimon 3
Middle Schooler 1
Man A
MetalMamemon A
Ninjamon 1
Troopmon 2[21]
Vilemon B
Tomoko Kaneda Ruka
Tomomi Kasai Bastemon
Tomomichi Nishimura Archelomon
Yasuhiro Takato IceDevimon
Yoshiyuki Kouno Etemon chief
Yuka Saito LadyDevimon B[20]
Turuiemon B
Yuka Shioyama Mermaimon
Yukiyo Fujii Boy B
Child 5
Middle School Girl 1
Yūko Maruyama Clockmon
Yusei Oda Stingmon
Yusuke Numata Flymon commander

Digital World[]

As opposed to previous series, the Digital World of Digimon Fusion has existed since before the invention of digital technology, and it's only recently that the Human World has become able to tap into and influence a small percentage of the Digital World's data. The Digital World is split into one hundred eight Zones, which are equivalent to countries. The Green Zone is the area that Mikey and crew first arrive in and where Shoutmon's home, the Village of Smiles, is located. The group explores many more Zones as they obtain the Code Crowns, but once Bagramon obtains the completed Code Crown, he reformats the Digital World into seven Lands, each based off of one of the days of the week.


Main article: DigiQuartz

The DigiQuartz is the place where the Digimon Hunts take place. It is a space between the Human and Digital Worlds, acting as a digital mirror of the Human World. It is quite fragile, and the matter within can disintegrate into data at a touch. Due to the DigiQuartz's connection to the Human World, the events within it often play out in the Human World through various analogues, such as windows blowing out or objects moving around.

Various Digimon manage to find their way into DigiQuartz and are lost there before being drawn to and corrupted by the power of human emotions. While Mikey attempts to get to the bottom of it at his end, Shoutmon has been attempting stop his fellow Digimon from traversing into DigiQuartz. Hunters must use a "Time Shift" with their X Loaders to enter the DigiQuartz, but many of the corrupted Digimon can simply draw in human victims from the other side.

The DigiQuartz imposes several rules on Hunters, most of which limit their power. For example, it is impossible within the DigiQuartz for a Hunter to realize more than one of his Digimon at a time, and they can only digifuse two Digimon together at a time.

Theme Songs[]


Opening 1 Theme: Never Give Up! [22]

  • Artist: Sonar Pocket

Opening 2 Theme: New World

  • Artist: Twill

Opening 3 Theme: Stand Up

  • Artist: Twill

Insert Song: WE ARE Xros Heart![22]

  • Artist: Wada Kouji
  • Songwriter: Sanjou Riku
  • Composer: Yamashita Kousuke
  • Arranger: Yamashita Kousuke

Insert Song: X4B The Guardian!

  • Artist: Wada Kouji

Insert Song: Sora Mau Yuusha! X5

  • Artist: Wada Kouji

Insert Song: Dark Knight ~Fujimi no Ousha

  • Artist: Takayoshi Tanimoto

Insert Song: Evolution & Digixros ver. TAIKI

  • Artist: Kouji Wada & Takayoshi Tanimoto

Insert Song: Evolution & Digixros ver. KIRIHA

  • Artist: Takayoshi Tanimoto & Kouji Wada

Insert Song: WE ARE Xros Heart! ver. x7

  • Artist: Kouji Wada, Takayoshi Tanimoto & Ayumi Miyazaki

Insert Song: Tagiru Chikara

  • Artist: Psychic Lover

Insert Song: Shining Dreamers

  • Artist: Takafumi Iwasaki


  • Artist: Hideaki Takatori

Insert Song: Legend Xros Wars

  • Artist:YOFFY & Takafumi Iwasaki

Insert Song: Brave Beaten

  • Artist:Oodira Soul

English Songs[]

Opening Theme: Digimon Fusion song


The title The Young Hunters Who Leapt Through Time could be a reference to Mamoru Hosoda's The Girl Who Leapt Through Time.



Notes and references[]

  1. Crunchyroll - Digimon Xros Wars - The Young Hunters Who Leapt Through Time
  2. Digimon's New Anime Titled & Dated: Digimon Xros Wars in July (Updated). Anime News Network (2010-04-17). Retrieved on 19 April 2010.
  3. United States Patent & Trademark Office: "DIGIMON FUSION BATTLES"
  4. Watch Digimon Xros Wars—The Young Hunters Who Leapt Through Time Episodes Online
  5. Saban Brands Acquires Digimon Brand; Will Debut New Digimon Fusion Season at MIPCOM Saban Brands (2012-09-25) Retrieved on 2012-09-27.
  6. New Digital Monsters/Digimon TV Anime's Image Posted. Anime News Network (2010-04-05). Retrieved on 19 April 2010.
  7. [1]
  8. International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences: "FIRST INTERNATIONAL EMMY® KIDS AWARDS NOMINEES ANNOUNCED"
  9. Hiroyuki Kakudō, 2012, あとはヤマトパパの部下が当時のアシスタントプロデューサー、現クロスウォーズのプロデューサの桜田と当時演出助手の地岡君で、バンダナ頭は前に上げた写真でもわかるかも。彼は劇中の2002年クリスマスより早く演出デビューして後に墓場鬼太郎の監督となったのでした。 on Twitter
  10. TV Asahi, October 2, 2010,「アニメ制作潜入ツアー!!「デジモン」ができるまで」
  11. ドラゴンボールリバイバルの陰で
  12. "The Cast of the New Season"
  13. Also credited as "Teacher".
  14. Listed as "Nanomon".
  15. Also listed as "Turuiemon".
  16. Also listed as "Meramon soldier A".
  17. Also listed as "Vilemon 1".
  18. Also listed as "Mysterious voice".
  19. Also listed as "?mon".
  20. 20.0 20.1 Also listed as "LadyDevimon".
  21. Also listed as "Troopmon".
  22. 22.0 22.1 http://www.toei-anim.co.jp/tv/digimon_xw/topics.html#100629

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