Digimon Savers

Digimon Data Squad

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Alternative Titles

Japanese: デジモンセイバーズ
English: Digimon Data Squad
German: Digimon Data Squad
Spanish: Digimon 5 Data Squad
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Type: TV
Episodes: 48
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 2, 2006 to Mar 25, 2007
Premiered: Spring 2006
Broadcast: Sundays at 09:00 (JST)
Producers: Fuji TV
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Original
Genres: AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, DramaDrama, FantasyFantasy
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children


Score: 6.951 (scored by 5029950,299 users)
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Ranked: #41722
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Popularity: #2131
Members: 85,557
Favorites: 312

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Upon meeting for the first time, undefeated street fighter Daimon, Masaru and renegade Digimon Agumon become friends in the most natural way possible for the knuckleheaded duo—by fighting their hearts out. The self-proclaimed "ultimate team" are recruited by a secret government organization called the Digimon Data Squad, or DATS, who had witnessed an unbelievable human fighting blow for blow with a Digimon. Their primary objective is investigating mysterious problems caused by Digimon entering the real world, and the world is currently in the midst of a crisis with Digimon appearing at an unprecedented rate.

Embarking on various missions with DATS, Daimon and Agumon become colleagues with adolescent genius Touma Norstein and his Digimon partner Gaoman, along with the kind-hearted Yoshino "Yoshi" Fujeda and her Digimon partner Lalamon. As the group continues to investigate the rapid increase of Digimon in their world, a darker truth begins to surface, and it is up to Daimon, Agumon, and their friends to get to the bottom of things.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Itou, Naoyuki
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Imazawa, Tetsuo
Episode Director, Storyboard


Opening Theme

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1: "Gou'ing!Going!My Soul!!" by DynamiteSHU (eps 1-29)
2: "Hirari" by Wada Kouji (eps 30-48)

Ending Theme

1: "One Star" by Itou Yousuke (eps 1-24)
2: "Ryuusei" by MiyuMiyu (eps 25-48)

Jun 2, 2008
I absolutely loved this anime, and everything about it, I can't help but give everything a 10, for some though, if I could, I'd give more than a 10, as I'll have in my reasons below

This review is being given after watching the Japanese version of this anime

Story: 10/10
You could say that this anime starts out a little slow, with the meeting of the main character, Masaru, and Agumon (once more the main characters digimon) and the introduction of all the other characters that will later play a big part in the series. I had this anime on-hold at episode 14, and when I started ...
Jun 11, 2013
You may like or dislike this series, but there's an undeniable fact: Digimon Savers actually saved the Digimon anime franchise, that's why we got the sixth series, Xross Wars. People who dislike (or even hate the series) are usually 2 types of people: 1) people who saw barely 3 or 4 episodes and abandoned it and 2) people who watched it from the beginning to finish annoyed by the fact that this series is way too different from the previous Digimon series. The first I can understand, as Savers doesn't have the strongest first arc (like every Digimon series), but the second one I don't: ...
May 3, 2016
I remember when I was about eight or nine this used to be on Kix, and I absolutely loved it. And five or six years later, I look online to see the horrible reviews it's getting.

To be fair, I never watched the original Digimon, so I can't really say anything. But I do know that this show doesn't deserve all the criticism it gets.

From what I know, it's DRASTICALLY different from the previous Digimon series. Different art style, older-looking characters, and a completely different concept. From what I understand, the previous Digimon series were about children being sent to the digital world, and Savers/Data ...

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