The 7th season of Digimon returns this November, bringing back the original 8 digidestines to the Digimon franchise. Set when the original digidestined are in their high school years, it follows the original 7 who were brought to the digital world during a blizzard while on a school camping trip.
On 1st August 2014, the “Digimon Adventure 15th Anniversary Event” was held at Odaiba Cinema Mediage. Odaiba was the place where the adventures series took place. The event sold many Digimon figurines as well as Blu-ray discs of all the Digimon movies. Blu-ray versions of the original series with remastered sound and graphics were sold on-site too.
The 7th season of Digimon, Digimon Adventures tri. will follow the original protagonist of the Digimon series, Taichi “Tai” Kamiya, in his high school years. Before this, in Digimon Adventures (the 1st season of Digimon) we followed an 11 year old Taichi, and in Digimon Adventures 02, its direct sequel, Taichi becomes a secondary character at 14 years of age. Taichi also made an appearance in the last episode of the 6th season Digimon Fusion/Digimon Xros Wars in Japan) as the 11-year-old, helping with the formation of Shoutmon X7 Superior Mode, as one of the legendary Digidestines.
The official “Digimon Adventure 15th Anniversary” website was launched with a Digi-Egg that invited guests to Nade-Nade on it daily. The Nade-Nade action is a rubbing motion in reference to episode 12 where Takeru “T.K.” Takaishi and Patamon stumble into Primary Village and are invited to do the same.
On September 7th, the Digi-Egg hatched into a Botamon, the “Baby I” stage of Agumon. It also revealed silhouettes of Tai and Agumon, and another Digi-Egg was added. The second Digi-Egg hatched into Punimon, the “Baby I” stage of Gabumon. It also revealed silhouettes of all 8 Digidestines as well as their Digimon partners.
On November 20th, 3 more Digi-Eggs were added which hatched on December 13th into Poyomon, the “Baby I” stage of Patamon, YukimiBotamon the “Baby I” stage of Tailmon(Gatomon), and Pichimon, the “Baby I” stage of Gomamon. Along with the newly hatched Digimon, the official Twitter account tweeted a poster containing the name of the new series, Digimon Adventure tri., as well as the name of three staff members: the director Keitarō Motonaga, Yuuko Kakihara on scripts, and Atsuya Uki for character design
On January 7th two more eggs were added which hatched on the March 10th into Yuramon, the “Baby I” stage of Palmon and Nyokimon, the “Baby I” stage of Piyomon
On March 10th, the original songs from season 1, “Butter-Fly” “Brave Heart” by Wada Koji and all eight voice actors from the original Digimon partners will be making a return.
On April 13th,the final Digi-Egg hatched revealing Pabumon (Tentomon Baby I Stage) as well as the first promotional video, which will air on May 6 after a streaming marathon of the Digimon Adventure on Niconico that will begin on May 4. The streams concluded with the first promotional video, which revealed that Digimon Adventure tri. will be released as a six-part theatrical feature, the first of which will be shown on November 21, named “Reunion”. It also announced that the voice actors from the original eight DigiDestined will return and that the first part’s ending theme will be I wish by Mimi’s original Seiyuu Ai Maeda aka AiM.
The DigiDestined will be voiced by different seiyuus from their Adventure counterparts. The seiyuu are as follows
Natsuki Hanae( Inaho Kaizuka from Alnoah Zero) as Taichi Yagami
Yoshimasa Hosoya (Saga Adou from Gundam Build Fighters Try) as Yamato Ishida
Suzuko Mimori (Umi Sonoda from Love Live!) as Sora Takenouchi
Mutsumi Tamura (Lasha Hakkarainen from Buddy Complex) as Kōshirō Izumi
Hitomi Yoshida (Luciano from Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds) as Mimi Tachikawa
Junya Ikeda (Gai/Gokaisilver from Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger )as Jō Kido.
Junya Enoki (Shion Kiba from Cardfight Vanguard) as Takeru Takaishi
MAO (Luka/Gokaiyellow from Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger) as Hikari Yagami