Digimon Adventure: anime reveals new ending theme song for show’s ‘finale’ e! News uk
“Global Voice Group” ATEEZ Performs New End Theme “Dreamers”
Animation Toei started streaming a video for the new ending theme song for the Digimon Adventure: animates on Sunday. The show’s official website revealed on June 24 that “Global Vocal Group” ATEEZ will perform the new ending theme song “Dreamers” from Episode 55, which premiered on Saturday. The official website said the new theme song premieres as the anime enters its “endgame.”
The anime staff had teased in March that the show’s story was “heading for its finale.”
Digimon Adventure: premiered in Japan in April 2020. Crisp Is showing the anime while it airs in Japan.
The anime resumed airing from episode 1 in June 2020 after delaying new episodes due to the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
The new anime takes place in 2020 and features an all-new story that centers around Taichi Yagami as he is in his fifth year of elementary school. His partner is Agumon. The story begins in Tokyo when a large-scale grid failure occurs. Taichi is getting ready for his summer camping weekend when the incident occurs. Taichi’s mother and younger sister Hikari find themselves stuck on a train that keeps moving, and Taichi travels to Shibuya to help them. However, along the way, he encounters a strange phenomenon that draws him into the digital world with the other DigiDestined.
Masato mitsuka (Digimon Fusion episode director) is the director of the series at Animation Toei. Atsuhiro Tomioka (Inazuma Eleven, Pokemon, A play, Beyblade Burst) supervises the scripts of the series, and Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru comes back from Digimon Adventure: to design the characters. Akihiro Asanuma (Digimon: Data Team) is the chief animation director. Ryouka Kinoshita (Little Witches Academy, Hands off Eizouken!) is the artistic director, and Toshiki Amada (Fire force, Hands off Eizouken!) is in charge of the artistic staging. Matsuki Hanae, Naoko Sagawa, and Hiroyuki Sakurada are the producers.
Sources: Digimon Adventure: anime website, Mainichi Shimbun’s Mantan Web