In this episode, a corporate-backed rival video channel threatens Astora’s superiority and drives him to go lowbrow and record flatulence symphonies. To be fair, we have seen even less mature responses to this sort of challenge.
In this episode, Eri wants to learn how to critique food and a food critic Appmon wants to taste it. Their mutually beneficial scheming lasts until the “important” parts of the plot show up and ruin everyone’s fun.
In this episode, we meet Eri and Dokamon: a sweet girl who wants to make everyone smile by pretending to be self-centered, hot-tempered and unreasonably violent, and her lovable partner so loud and obnoxious she locked him away for half a year.
In this episode, Gatchmon’s first experience with reality! A malfunctioning navigation app! A missing romantic interest! A dangerous foe with homing missiles! A new linking mechanic! A quirky villain! Haru summoning a powerful new form! An angry dog! How will they cover all of these? Got bad news for you…
In this episode, we preview the newest Digimon series scrutinizing artificial intelligence and how much of our lives revolve around mobile apps. Naturally it’s licensed right as we all got addicted to Re:Arise.