'Digimon Adventure' To Make Comeback After Over 20 Years In Japan

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The 1999 anime series Digimon Adventure is making a comeback after more than 20 years which will be premiered in 2020. Its story revolves around  Taichi Yagami.

Written By Sounak Mitra | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The 1999 anime series Digimon Adventure is making a comeback after more than 20 years which will be premiered in 2020. Its story revolves around Taichi Yagami (the protagonist from the OG series) when he is in his fifth year at elementary school, according to the reports. According to the Anime News Network website the plot has been described as follows, "The story begins in Tokyo when a large-scale network malfunction occurs. Taichi is preparing for his weekend summer camping trip when the incident happens. Taichi's mother and his younger sister Hikari get stuck on a train that won't stop moving, and Taichi heads to Shibuya in order to help them. However, on his way there, he encounters a strange phenomenon and sweeps him up into the Digital World along with the other DigiDestined."

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Fans come up with mixed reactions

The trailer of the anime series has been put out for the fans by Toei Animation, the studio behind the show. The trailer reveals that the reboot of the show will first be premiered in Japan in April without any clarifications of further international release dates as of yet. The fans of Digital Monsters across the globe has come up with mixed reactions. Let's take a look at them. 

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