A Digi-Conclusion to “Digi-Month” on “The Cajun Samurai”

Hey guys! Samurai here, alive and well! I just have to thank each and every one of you out there who helped make our first “Digi-Month” a huge success! This project was not without its challenges, I can tell you, but seeing all the positive comments we received made it all worth while! To Recap, here are the final scores for “Digimon Adventure”, “Digimon Adventure 02” and “Digimon Tamers”: 

“Digimon Adventure” Scoring Summary:

Story Breakdown – 25/25
Characters – 25/25
Animation – 9.1/12.5
Music – 12.5/12.5
Performance and Production – 22.3/25

Final Score – 93.9/100 = 93.9% – (A)

“Digimon Adventure 02” Scoring Summary:

Story Breakdown – 10/25
Characters – 17.5/25
Animation – 10/12.5
Music – 10.25/12.5
Performance and Production – 9.5/25

Final Score – 57.25/100 = 57.25% – (F)

(Note: To date, “Digimon Adventure 02” is the LOWEST scoring series reviewed on this blog.)

“Digimon Tamers” Scoring Summary:

Story Breakdown – 21/25
Characters – 24/25
Animation – 12.5/12.5
Music – 12.5/12.5
Performance and Production – 24/25

Final Score – 94/100 = 94% (A)

And the Grand Total For the First Three Seasons add up to a grand score of : 245.15/300 =  81% (C)

So what does that say about the “Digimon” Franchise as a whole? Simply put: if you put effort into your writings to make it interesting without insulting anyone’s intelligence, make characters that are believable, lovable and realistic, never shirk or cut corners in the animation or music departments, and make SURE the actors you get to play their roles are really the right ones for the job on both sides of the Pacific, you can create a legendary series that can earn you lifetime franchise fans.

And with that, we bid a fond farewell to “Digi-Month” on “The Cajun Samurai”. It was fun, but, as did our intrepid group of Digi-Destined that we spent all month covering can vouch for, we have to go back to school, in anime that is, and hit the books DVD’s and check out some school-based anime! First up on the list is a series that shows even Elementary School kids can have Adult-Sized Drama. I honestly could’ve covered this series during “Music March”, but I only just bought the second season box set on my trip to Texas a few weeks ago. Oh yeah, we’re doing THAT one. So button on your Burucha’s and sing those scales because we’re going into the child-like world of…

“Kodomo no Omocha” or “Kodocha” [Child’s Toy]

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