In the debut episode of Podigious, we discuss our goals for the podcast, and introduce ourselves by talking about our favorite aspects of Digimon.
- 26:40: Adventure 02 (6 seconds—until 26:46)
- 26:46: Tamers (9 seconds—until 26:55)
- 28:36: Adventure 02 (30 seconds—until 29:06)
- 08:20: Digimon Virtual Pet
- 08:27: Digimon Adventure
- 08:39: Digimon Adventure 02
- 08:54: Digimon Tamers
- 09:15: Digimon Frontier
- 09:41: Digimon Savers (Data Squad)
- 10:04: Digimon Xros Wars (Fusion)
- 14:24: The Girl Who Leapt Through Time
- 14:32: Mamoru Hosoda
- 16:53: TxK
- 27:19: Serial Experiments Lain
- 27:27: Chiaki Konaka
- 34:13: Digivolution Levels
- 36:41: Dinosaurs
(Show image attributions)
Lindsey Wakefield made the amazing realistic rendition of Agumon's evolution line that we discussed in the show. You should check out all of her other awesome work on her blog or DeviantArt. Pixiv user sinko created the awesome fanart of the Royal Knights show above.
Our intro music is “Here We Go” by Jason Gochin, and our transition and outro music is “I'm Going Digital” by Jasan Radford. Both are available on the soundtrack for Digimon: The Movie.
The images shown here for Ken, Rika, Takato, Guilmon, Matt, Gomamon, Izzy, Terriermon, Impmon, Devas (except Makuramon), Yggdrasil, Myotismon, Ogremon, Wargreymon, Beelzemon, Burgermon (Champion), Burgermon (Rookie), and Kyubimon are from Digimon Wiki. Makuramon, White Lopmon, Tsunomon, and Cutemon are from Wikimon. Angemon, Weregarurumon, Gallantmon, Deputymon, Renamon, Tokomon are from the Digital Monsters Almanac. Angewomon and Botamon are from the Digimon Neoseeker Wiki. The Kyubimon toy is from the Digimon Encyclopedia. Devimon is from the Villains Wiki.
Our intro music is “Here We Go” by Jason Gochin, and our transition and outro music is “I'm Going Digital” by Jasan Radford. Both are available on the soundtrack for Digimon: The Movie.comments powered by Disqus
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