We Love DiGiMONMUSiC Memorial Booklet comments (K-M)

A translation of the “100 Comments” left by voice actors and staff members for animation and music production from Digimon Adventure, Adventure 02, Tamers, and Frontier, which were included in a booklet from the DiGiMONMUSiC 100 Title Commemoration Release: We Love DiGiMONMUSiC (デジモンミュージック100タイトル記念作品 We Love DiGiMONMUSIC) album collection, originally released December 25, 2002. This also includes both versions of the addendum comment left by music producer Shintarou Matsui in both the original version and the December 25, 2013 rerelease.

With the exception of Producer Matsui’s comments, the original booklets organized all of the commenters by name in gojuuon order. For the sake of easier reading for English speakers, I’ve reorganized the comments in English alphabetical order by surname (or, in the case of pseudonyms without surnames, by pseudonym), and have split the list into portions.

Note that some names have never had official readings provided, so in such cases I made my best guess at how their names are read.

(A-I | K-M | N-S | T-W | Shintarou Matsui’s comments)

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Digimon Frontier Best Hit Parade first press edition booklet producer comments

The album Digimon Frontier Best Hit Parade (originally released April 2, 2003) contained a special booklet in its limited first press edition. The booklet contains comments from Toei Animation assistant producer Atsunari Baba regarding each of the series’ main characters, as well as a closing comment from Fuji TV producer Kyoutarou Kimura with a message in light of Frontier being the final Digimon anime series at the time, dedicated to all of the fans who supported Adventure through Frontier.

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