Genki was playing a new video game when he suddenly found himself sucked inside of it - and now he finds himself in a land where the monsters are real! The evil monster Moo is trying to turn all the good monsters into baddies, but Holly and Suezo are trying to stop him by finding and releasing the legendary Phoenix. Genki joins these new friends in their quest to find the Phoenix. With his own monster, Mocchi, and the friends they make along the way, Genki and Holly will continue to seek out Mystery Disks until they find the one which contains the Phoenix and free the world from the evil Moo.
Seven kids are enjoying their summer when suddenly, a digivice appeared before them, and the next thing they know, they are in the "Digiworld." There, they meet creatures known as digimon. There are evil digimon in the Digiworld, but they are not bad in nature; rather, most of them have been turned evil by nefarious forces. Each child had a digimon waiting for them in the Digiworld; and though not all Digimon are strong, the digivice that the seven kids carry has the ability to allow their Digimon partner to evolve into a stronger type. Together, they will going to embark on a journey to save the Digiworld from pure evil and darkness!
monster rancher and digimon are basicly the same anime. They both take "real world" children, throw them into a digital world with monsters, give them a monster companion, and they have to defeat some form of evil monsterin the end.
The differences are the digimon world is filled with only digimon and the entire digital world looks and feels digital. While Monster rancher's world is also filled with humans and you often forget that he is, in fact, in a video game world.
Both are monster battle theme anime, with not shortage of action and adventure! Growth of monsters in both play a large part in the story as well as the main characters groth as a person!
if you like monster battle then should should really check it out!
In both these animes, the main character(s) get pulled into a world filled with talking monsters. They have to make new friends, and battle along side them, to save these mysterious worlds!
Diffrence set of heroes and mosters, over-all same themes of fighting your giant monster against the other guys.
Digimon and Monster Rancher both revolve around digital monsters in an alternate world. In Digimon, the characters are enter a digital world that resides inside their computers; they then meet the digimon, which are trained through the use of "Digivices". In Monster Rancher, the main character enters an alternate world inside of his playstation video game. In both series, the monsters train and battle other monsters.
The core concept of the two series is very similar; if you like one you should check out the other.
In a world where creatures known as Pokemon roam and would-be trainers capture and battle the beasts, the young Ash Ketchum can’t be happier; he has finally reached the age when he can have his very first Pokemon! Along with the electrical Pikachu and human buddies Brock and Misty, Ash must embark on a journey to battle countless others and become the best Pokemon Trainer of them all! From the Johto region to the Orange Islands, there’s plenty of Pokemon to catch and adventures to find, even if the infamous Team Rocket stands in the way!
Both invloe people teaming up with monsters to over come the problems that they face so that they are able to reach their goals.
This and pokemon have a lot alike, like most monster catching series lol only this one was a bit uglier and not as cute, but still, both good series
Both deal with monster battle and the main character on a quest for something. The main characters are funny, and serious about what they want to do.
If you like monster battle then check this out!
The basic idea of both series is to befriend and utilize your wild monster, train it and use it to beat up all the other ones.
Pokemon is slightly more light-hearted due to it's younger target audience.
All Takato ever wanted was his very own Digimon; all Ruki ever wanted was a strong Digimon; and all Jen ever wanted was a partner Digimon. Their wish came true, but along with it a string of Digimon came to destroy the world and conquer it. This unlikely trio must now fight with their partner Digimon created from the mysterious blue card and stop the impending doom that is coming their way. Together with some other friends they explore the Digital Zone to find out what is happening, and to discover the mystery behind the D-Reaper. This is not just a regular digital monsters card game, because this time, the Digimon are real!
In these series, monsters exsisted in the form of video games. The main characters find themselves now face to face with these creatures. Using their knowledge of the video games, the kids must defeat the evil monsters(/digimon).
In a massive online world, people act only as well as their conscience demands. When one player's punishment is to be trapped in this world, a disparate group of people seek the answers why. Their motives are varied; their methods even more so. What stands between when we tear down the walls of reality? Where does our soul end and we begin?
Both series are about a kid that gets stuck in a video game. While in this game, they make friend along the way that want to help them get out. Full of battles and good story, both are a good watch.
Ginta would much rather dream of fantasy worlds than do his homework; but when he dreams of the same place 102 times, he knows something is amiss. The 103rd time, his dream becomes a reality when he is whisked away to the enchanted lands of MAR Heaven, a place where magic and monsters really do exist, and the world is being torn apart by an evil queen. Now, before he can find his way home, Ginta must take on the queen with the help of newfound friends Babbo, Jack, Alan and Snow. Together, they could be MAR’s best chance of liberation from the hands of evil!