A Digimon podcast comparing the English dub and the original Japanese version and various other things, such as Digimon Adventure: and the Digimon Adventure novelisation. Hosted by Digimon fanatic and veteran May and joined by various friends. Chosen Children, let's roll!
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May, Quinn, and Chloe discuss episode 30 of Digimon Adventure and May, once again, is pumped about some random Digimon appearing. more
May, Quinn, and Chloe discuss episode 29 of Digimon Ghost Game and make some more Evangelion references. May also gives an everyone a lesson on Australia. Linkdump: https://lostintranslationmon.com/digimon-ghost-game-episode-29-podcast/
May, Quinn, and Chloe are breaking hearts and taking faces this week. Linkdump: https://lostintranslationmon.com/digimon-ghost-game-episode-28-podcast
Great show! Appreciate y’all’s knowledge and thoughts on Adventure 2020. more
Hey-ya. GleamingGarmore here. I’m a long-time listener and I’ve come to tell you what you’re getting yourself into if you decide to listen. more
I have been a fan of digimon for years, and hearing these two play off each other really is a blast. more
Thank you so much for this podcast I just stared it and am excited for the long trek through. I am a long time fan and have always questioned the weird out of place lines. I really appreciate hearing the sub lines and learning that I was correct in feeling like things were out of place. I am a die hard dub fan but also agree with many points that you both have. I have some critics but as it is over there is no point. Thank you for dedicating the time, I tried several Digimon podcasts then settle... more
ILove this podcast and has a lot of information about seasons I cannot watch so keep up the good work and please continue making content.
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Lost in Translationmon launched 7 years ago and published 420 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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