Oh man im sorry, I get a lot because ive been rolling one of my best girls, what’s your id?
my camera is terrible but I can take pictures later
the best part if if someone doesn’t wanna watch the digimon movie they can just watch summer wars because it’s essentially the same thing sans digital monsters.
This got a little long so im going to stick it under a cut.
okay so pokemon is obviously the winner in terms of cultural impact. Also as a game. I’ve played a few of the digimon games they’re no pokemon i tell you hwat. As for the anime I like the pokemon movies more than the running show, pokemon doesn’t change much, there’s obviously a lot of status quo that needs to be exercised. Ash also a shit, he’s a terrible pokemon trainer. Digimon meanwhile varies a lot from season to season, I liked season three the most because maximum edge (no but seriously it’s DAMN good, and people from serial experiments lain worked on it shit gets fucking morose). I like both but im much less emotionally invested with pokemon as a series, it’s sort of “there” pretty much. I notice that origin is playing it much more straight, like the games and for that I give them a nod. I also notice that they’re bringing very old things in the pokemon canon back to the fore in the main series, something that I was quite surprised about. So in summation pokemon is better than digimon as a franchise but digimon has more weight than pokemon.
So im in the middle of opening my boxes, they’re all blindboxes and I went the smrt way and just bought the box because hlj was having a massive sale. So, we have all together,
Every akibaranger and all the side characters you can get.
in the tiger and bunny hero uranai boxes I have 2 sets of all 8 characters plus two special glasses bunnies and a nonglasses bunny.
and in my kamen rider set I got everyone im so happy
You dissin the Medabots dub
absolutely not, but I watched the dub already i wanna watch the sub!!! I did this with digimon tamers too.
the animation in medabots is absolutely bursting with life/adorable I cannot believe how much I’ve forgotten