Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Anime Podcast
About This Show
A weekly Digimon podcast comparing the English dub and the original Japanese version. Hosted by Digimon fanatic and veteran May and Digimon newbie and skeptic, Jay.
Chosen Children, let's roll!
Most Recent Episode
Special 15 - It Was Because Of A Prophecy
3 days ago
May tries to escape from feelings but also wants more dark evolutions and Jay comes up with a fantastic theory. We discuss what we liked, what we didn’t like, and what we would have liked.
Thank you to our supporters on Patreon; SteviePatamon, Sam Krieger (who hosts a Digimon and Pokemon podcast with Stevie called ’The Moncast'), Wuqinglong who you can follow on his twitch of the same name, MetalMamemon, Joe, AnimeGuyKurosaki1, Chakmon, Ishpaul Bhamber, Hiro Alato, Jason Morosky, FrostMrajic, Steven Reeves, Kaida Washi, Mac, Noam, Riku, and Red & Garren from Breakfast with Digimon! Become a Patreon supporter for as little as a dollar per month and we’ll love you forever! https://www.patreon.com/LostInTranslationmon
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- Intro: 0.00.00-0.01.49
- Favourite Parts: 0.01.50-0.13.38
- Characters: 0.13.39-0.19.49
- Positives/Negatives: 0.19.50-0.38.18
- Overall Opinions: 0.38.19-0.52.05
- Onwards to Chapter 4!: 0.52.06-1.01.12
- Outro: 1.01.13-1.04.21
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Rated 5 out of
Finally, a podcast about Japanese Digimon
I have been trying several Digimon-themed podcasts, but always felt short because they only talked about the English dub, which I have always found rather childish and pale compared to the Japanese version. From the first episode of LostInTranslationmon, I knew I have struck gold. Not only are both versions of the show discussed, the two contrasting hosts (May the Digimon fan and Jay the reluctant first-time viewer) flesh out more about the show that I would have ever expected. To all Digimon fans, this podcast can not be recommended enough!
Date published: 2016-08-31
Rated 4 out of
Completely Different From Anything Else
I've never been much of a podcast person, but when I heard the description, I decided to give it a try and have become hooked. There's so many reasons to listen to this show--for the comparison between Japanese and English, for the fun perspectives of digimon fanatic and digimon critic, and for the hilarious hosts themselves. Die-hard fans will of course be a little turned off by the criticism, but seriously, actually give it a listen, and you'll find a new way of thinking, positively or negatively. Definitely a must-listen for any fan.
Date published: 2016-05-11
Rated 5 out of
An Amazing Show for Any Anime Analyst
Writing this after drinking a bottle of chardonnay on an empty stomach, beause it's Christmas, so please forgive any incoherence. I don't usually write reviews, and this is certainly not the only Digimon podcast to which I subscribe, but this quickly became one of my favorites, both for the tried and true digimon fan (May) and the reluctant skeptics (Jay). I really enjoy the banter between May and Jay, in particular, when Jay pokes holes in any digimon canon, and May does her best to develop some sort of logic behind the digimon narrative. I generally understand Jay's comments, but I also am quick to rally behind May's explanations (however thin) because of nostalgia. You guys do a great job of presenting how localization can essentially create a distinct show despite animation remaining (almost) the same. Based on your podcast, I would definitely be inclined to watch the original if I had the time, but as of now listening to your commentary is more than enough (and I look forward to it every week). I look forward to hearing your continued rambling on the digimon franchise and I wish you guys a happy holidays and an exceptional new year!
Date published: 2015-12-24