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In the episode entitled "And so it begins...," Saban replaces the name of the Digimon, written in katakana, with its English name.

The original Japanese version is on the left, while the edited dub version is on the right.  Click on each image to view a larger version.

Japanese
English
Koromon
In-Training
Lesser Digimon
Type:  Data
Special Technique:  Bubble
Japanese
English
Mochimon
In-Training
Lesser Digimon
Type:  Data
Special Technique:  Bubble
Japanese
English
Kuwagamon
Champion
Insect Digimon
Type:  Virus
Special Technique:  Scissor Arms
Japanese
English
Pyocomon
In-Training
Lesser Digimon
Type:  Data
Special Technique:  Bubble
Japanese
English
Tokomon
In-Training
Lesser Digimon
Type:  Data
Special Technique:  Bubble
Japanese
English
Tsunomon
In-Training
Lesser Digimon
Type:  Data
Special Technique:  Bubble
Japanese
English
Pukamon
In-Training
Lesser Digimon
Type:  Data
Special Technique:  Bubble
Japanese
English
Tanemon
In-Training
Lesser Digimon
Type:  Data
Special Technique:  Bubble

Later, when the Digimon evolve, the Digimon who got their names changed for the English dub had their original names painted out.  Saban, however, neglected to edit the names as they appear in katakana.

Japanese
English
Japanese
English
Japanese
English




 

 

 

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