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Country of origin Japan
No. of episodes 50
Release
Original network Fuji TV
Original release April 7, 2002 (2002-04-07) – March 30, 2003 (2003-03-30)

The 50-episode anime series Digimon Frontier, produced by Toei Animation in 2002, is the fourth series in the Digimon franchise. It does not follow the plot of any of its three predecessors, Digimon Adventure and Digimon Adventure 02 or Digimon Tamers. Instead, the story features five children who are prompted by unusual phone messages to go to a subway station and take a train to the Digital World. After two secondary characters, Bokomon and Neemon, reveal that the Digital World is in danger, the children gain the power to transform into Digimon in order to stop the forces seeking to destroy the Digital World. The series was directed by Yukio Kaikawa and written by Sukehiro Tomita and Akatsuki Yamatoya, featuring music by Takanori Arisawa.

The season aired 50 episodes on Fuji TV in Japan from April 7, 2002 to March 30, 2003. Unlike the previous three series, Digimon Frontier aired on UPN in the United States, beginning on September 9, 2002 to July 14, 2003, and later re-aired on ABC Family Channel. In Canada, the series aired on YTV. The series was also scheduled to air in the United Kingdom on Fox Kids UK, though the scheduling plans were eventually cancelled and never aired on the programming block, being instead taken over by Transformers Armada. On 27 February 2007, this series of Digimon was first aired in Australia on Toasted TV despite that it was already shown on Cheez TV in 2003. The Latino American version was first aired from March to June 2003 on weekdays at 8:30 p.m. (-4 GMT) on Fox Kids. The first four episodes were aired on Sunday during the Digimon Tamers marathon.

Kōji Wada's song "FIRE!!" was used as the opening theme for the series. The two ending themes were "Innocent ~Mujaki na Mama de~", by Kōji Wada, and "an Endless tale" by Kōji Wada and Ai Maeda.

The fourth season of Digimon: Digital Monsters (aka Digimon Frontier) was formerly licensed by Disney's Sensation Animation in North America, and was also formerly distributed by Buena Vista Television and BVS Entertainment, also in North America, when it aired on Disney's One Too on UPN, Toon Disney and ABC Family Channel. After the first four seasons of Digimon, Disney and BVS Entertainment had lost the rights to continue dubbing Digimon, the rest of Digimon was handled and dubbed in English by Studiopolis before Saban Brands’s acquisition of Digimon, for Example, the un-dubbed four Digimon movies were dubbed by Studiopolis: Revenge of Diaboromon (DA02), Battle of Adventurers (DT), Runaway Locomon (DT) and Island of the Lost Digimon (DF) in 2005 and the fifth TV season, Digimon Data Squad in 2007.

Episodes

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Volume DVDs

North American Release

New Video Group released a complete DVD box set release of Frontier on September 10, 2013. Like previous releases, it is an 8-disc, English dub collection.

Japanese Release

01 ʁ "All Aboard!" ("The Legendary Warrior! Agnimon of Fire") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ April 7, 2002 (2002-04-07) September 9, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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02 ʁ "Lobomon: Warrior of Light" ("Wolfmon of Light, The Underground Labyrinth Battle!") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ April 14, 2002 (2002-04-14) September 16, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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03 ʁ "Kumamon Baby, Light My Fire" ("Bullying is Unforgivable! Evolve, Chakukmon of Ice") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ April 21, 2002 (2002-04-21) September 23, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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04 ʁ "Kazemon Kicks It" ("My Kick is Painful! Female Warrior Fairymon") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ April 28, 2002 (2002-04-28) September 30, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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05 ʁ "Ladies and Gentlemen: The Beetlemon" ("Thunder Power Shaking the Ground, Blitzmon!") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ May 5, 2002 (2002-05-05) October 7, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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06 ʁ "A Molehill Out of a Mountain" ("The Five Legendary Warriors VS The New Warrior!") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ May 12, 2002 (2002-05-12) October 14, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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07 ʁ "Island of Misfit Boys" ("Town Floating in the Sky! Toy Country of ToyAgumon") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ May 19, 2002 (2002-05-19) October 21, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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08 ʁ "Odd One Out" ("Save Everyone! Evolve Tsunomon") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ May 26, 2002 (2002-05-26) October 28, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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09 ʁ "Welcome to My Nightmare" ("Chakumon is the Enemy!? The Mysterious TV Forest") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ June 2, 2002 (2002-06-02) November 11, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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10 ʁ "Can't Keep a Grumblemon Down" ("Uncontrollable Beast Spirit! Garmmon's Evolution") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ June 9, 2002 (2002-06-09) November 12, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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11 ʁ "A Hunka Hunka BurningGreymon" ("Defeat Me! Legendary Warrior Vritramon Runs Wild") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ June 16, 2002 (2002-06-16) November 13, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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12 ʁ "Fear and Loathing in Los Arboles" ("Roar, Vritramon! Defeat Gigasmon!") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ June 23, 2002 (2002-06-23) November 14, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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13 ʁ "Better an Egg than an Egg Shell" ("Seraphimon Awakens! Secret of the Ten Warriors") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ June 30, 2002 (2002-06-30) November 15, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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14 ʁ "No Whamon" ("Rock Breaking Thunder! Bolgmon's Do-or-Die Challenge"") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ July 14, 2002 (2002-07-14) November 18, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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15 ʁ "Beastie Girl" ("Cool Beast Evolution! Calmaramon") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ July 21, 2002 (2002-07-21) November 19, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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16 ʁ "The Swiss Family Digimon" ("Strength Does Not Matter! The Beautiful Warrior, Shutumon") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ July 28, 2002 (2002-07-28) November 20, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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17 ʁ "Bizarre Bazaar" ("Blizzarmon, Blow the Snow, Call the Glaciers!") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ August 4, 2002 (2002-08-04) November 21, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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18 ʁ "Trailmon vs. Trailmon" ("Choo-Choo! The Great Trailmon Race") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ August 11, 2002 (2002-08-11) November 22, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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19 ʁ "You Want Fries with That?" ("Save the Burgermon! Tomoki's Pure Heart!") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ August 18, 2002 (2002-08-18) December 16, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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20 ʁ "From Dawn to Duskmon" ("Mystery Warrior Hidden in Darkness, Duskmon!") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ August 25, 2002 (2002-08-25) December 17, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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21 ʁ "Darkest Before Duskmon" ("Total Destruction of 5 Fighters!? Terrifying Dark Power") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ September 1, 2002 (2002-09-01) December 18, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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22 ʁ "Home Again, Takuya Returns" ("My home! Takuya's Lonely Return") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ September 8, 2002 (2002-09-08) December 19, 2002 ʁ ʁ
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23 ʁ "Sockit Takuya" ("Feel the Power of Digimon! Takuya's Full-Body Strategy") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ September 15, 2002 (2002-09-15) February 10, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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24 ʁ "Alone but Never Alone" ("Confrontation, Volcamon! Junpei's Battle with his Past"") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ September 22, 2002 (2002-09-22) February 11, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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25 ʁ "The Dark Heart of Friendship" ("Tomoki's Lonely Battle - Asuramon's Trap") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ September 29, 2002 (2002-09-29) February 12, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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26 ʁ "Zoe's Unbeelievable Adventure" ("Ranamon's Tenacity! Female Digimon Personal Combat") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ October 6, 2002 (2002-10-06) February 13, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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27 ʁ "Stuck in Sakkakumon with You" ("Double Spirit Miracle! Beowulfmon is Born") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ October 13, 2002 (2002-10-13) February 14, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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28 ʁ "Darkness Before the Dawn" ("Takuya's Fusion Evolution - Aldamon's Explosive Attack") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ October 20, 2002 (2002-10-20) February 17, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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29 ʁ "Phantasmagoric Sakkakumon" ("Escape! The Phantasmagoric Sefirotmon") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ October 27, 2002 (2002-10-27) February 18, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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30 ʁ "O, Brother, Who Art Thou?" ("Soaring! Warrior of Darkness Velgmon") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ November 3, 2002 (2002-11-03) February 19, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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31 ʁ "Workin' on the Train Gang" ("Sleep in Darkness - The Trailmon's Graveyard") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ November 10, 2002 (2002-11-10) February 20, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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32 ʁ "My Brother in Spirit" ("The Revealed Past! Duskmon's Secret") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ November 17, 2002 (2002-11-17) March 24, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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33 ʁ "Ne'er the Twins Shall Meet" ("The New Warriors of Darkness! Löwemon & JägerLöwemon") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ November 24, 2002 (2002-11-24) March 25, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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34 ʁ "Operation: Free Ophanimon" ("Decisive Battle!! Rose of the Morning Star - Ophanimon's Rescue Plan"") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ December 1, 2002 (2002-12-01) March 26, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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35 ʁ "Takuya and Koji's Evolution Revolution" ("Turn the Spirits Into One! Takuya and Kouji's Ultimate Evolution!") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ December 8, 2002 (2002-12-08) March 27, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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36 ʁ "Ice Ice Baby" ("The Flight Towards Victory! Confrontation at Cherubimon's Castle") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ December 15, 2002 (2002-12-15) March 28, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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37 ʁ "Cherubimania" ("Decisive Battle! As Long as There is Life - Get Back the Digital World") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ December 22, 2002 (2002-12-22) May 11, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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38 ʁ "It Can't Be! Lucemon Reappears" ("The Endless Death Match! Prelude of Lucemon's Revival") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ January 5, 2003 (2003-01-05) May 12, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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39 ʁ "The Man in the Moon is You" ("This is the Digital World?! Escape from the Moon!") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ January 12, 2003 (2003-01-12) May 13, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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40 ʁ "The Bully Pulpit" ("The Chosen Ones! The Children who Manipulate Digital Egg!") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ January 19, 2003 (2003-01-19) May 14, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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41 ʁ "Jerks and the Beanstalk" ("Don't Let Them Scan! The Beanstalk of Friendship") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ January 26, 2003 (2003-01-26) May 15, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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42 ʁ "Glean Eggs and Scram" ("Protect the DigiEggs! The Miracle of Disappearing Life") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ February 2, 2003 (2003-02-02) May 16, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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43 ʁ "Bad to the Bones" ("Annihilation of the Hometown! Messenger of Hell Forest Village") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ February 9, 2003 (2003-02-09) July 6, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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44 ʁ "Now You See It, Now You Don't" ("Fight together~ Kouji's Vow") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ February 16, 2003 (2003-02-16) July 7, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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45 ʁ "All Aboard the Tag Team Express" ("The Data of Operation! Defend Akiba Market") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ February 23, 2003 (2003-02-23) July 8, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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46 ʁ "To Make the World Go Away" ("Annihilation of the Digital World!? Lucemon's Rule of Darkness"") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ March 2, 2003 (2003-03-02) July 9, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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47 ʁ "When Knights Fall..." ("The Royal Knights Disperse - And then...!!") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ March 9, 2003 (2003-03-09) July 10, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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48 ʁ "The Brothers Yin and Yang" ("Turn Light and Darkness into One! Kouichi's Last Wish") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ March 16, 2003 (2003-03-16) July 11, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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49 ʁ "Lucemon on the Loose" ("Fight, Susanoomon - Lucemon Reaches the Human World") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ March 23, 2003 (2003-03-23) July 13, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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50 ʁ "End of the Line" ("Go Beyond Time! A New Legend's Start") ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ ʁ March 30, 2003 (2003-03-30) July 14, 2003 ʁ ʁ
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