Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Takouj—Wait, did we say “space”? Sorry, we meant the Shibuya train station basement, that’s the real final frontier.

It’s time to reunite with some baby friends, kill the moon, defeat an endless parade of Lucemon transformations, and — like every tourist does in Shibuya — to get inspiration from hallucinations of their imaginary friends after collapsing in the train station basement.

In this episode, we look at how well Frontier’s final arc closes the season, examine the Western vs. Eastern imperial imagery of Lucemon and the Legendary Warriors, and lament poorly constructed distinctions between darkness and evilness. And stay tuned after the credits for talk about Buffy, My Hero Academia, and reactions to Jeff’s tasteless Koichi Falldown Mode joke.

Fortnightly Question

「Which kid had the most endearing emotional growth spurt?」


  • 0:00:00: Intro
  • 0:03:50: General
  • 0:35:33: Coastal Clash
  • 0:48:03: DigiMeiji Restoration
  • 1:03:49: Dark & Evil
  • 1:23:18: iTunes Review
  • 1:28:33: Villains & Death
  • 1:48:55: Unanswered Questions
  • 1:57:37: RDD
  • 2:01:37: Terminal Judgment
  • 2:17:53: Recommendation Articulation
  • 2:27:22: Outro

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Recommendation Articulation

Special Thanks

Our Agunimon artwork is by MaJo, who you can find on Deviantart and Instagram.

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Music used in this episode:

  • Intro and outro: “A World For Us All” by Dave Feldstein and Chris Horvath
  • Transitions: “With the Will” by Wada Kouji, available on iTunes JPN and Amazon JPN.

How would you rate these episodes?

Ep. 47: When Knights Fall…
Ep. 48: The Brothers Yin and Yang
Ep. 49: Lucemon on the Loose
Ep. 50: End of the Line

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