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Digimon Fusion: Season 1, Volume 1 (2014/Flatiron/Cinedigm DVD)

Picture: C+ Sound: C+ Extras: D Episodes: C+

One day after Mikey hear a mysterious voice who cries for his help, he and his friends Jeremy and Angie suddenly finds themselves transported to the Digi-world. Teamed up together with Shoutmon they learn the only way to get home is to defeat the evil Bagramon and collect the 'Code Crowns'. Together the protect the free and good Digimons from the forces of Bagramon. After Mikey and his friends get transported to the Digimon World, they meet Shoutmon a loud mouth Digimon who wants to become the Digi-King in order to protect all his Digimon friends

in Digimon Fusion: Season 1, Volume 1 (2014).

Mikey receives a red 'fusion loader' and has the ability to combine Digimons into a more powerful fighters. Together they are know as the Fusion Fighters, and they protect the free zones of the Digi-world and collect the 'Code Crowns'. Whoever collects all the Code Crowns will have the power to rule over the entire Digi-world. As they travel through each zones the make new Digimon friends who join their cause and 'fuse' with them against the forces of evil.

This was another Digimon-universe series, it is all about kids summoning various cute little monsters to fight evil monsters to protect the Digital World from those who wish to control it. The series is more for the younger kids teaching about friendship, loyalty, trust, and how good will always defeat evil. Also, they didn't use a point system where each character is yelling out exactly 'how' many point they attacked or received during each battle, so it pales as compared to the original series you can read more about at this link:


The image is a little weak than the original show, but lossy Dolby Digital sound is on par with that show. There are no extras.

- Ricky Chiang


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